Lunch Unplugged at Civic Space Park

It's often too easy to just stay sitting at your desk for lunch or to grab a quick bite and chew while walking to class. With the launch of Lunch Unplugged at Civic Space Park, downtown Phoenicians have an excuse to actually relax during lunchtime, as acoustic performers play for audience members and passerby.

The free concerts, from 11 a.m.-1 p.m., happen every Thursday through April 29 and include performances by local artists Clinton Switzer, Vanessa Atalanta, Tobie Milford and others.

If you have no idea where to find the venue, look up in the sky for the giant "jellyfish" sculpture, at 424 N. Central Ave. The spot has already hosted nighttime concerts by artists such as What Laura Says, so this sounds like a fun event that could aid in creating more community downtown.

If you're interested in performing or want more information, e-mail Laci Lester at [email protected].

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Nicki Escudero
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