Capitol Hill’s parks were busy this weekend. Saturday, the inaugural Lusio light art festival added its glow to Volunteer Park’s nighttime shadows. Sunday, Cal Anderson also hosted a first time ever event.
206 Zulu brought its Park Jams series to Capitol Hill for the first time and filled Cal Anderson Park’s meadow bowl with local DJs, musicians, and visual artists.
— Alex Garland (@AGarlandPhoto) August 1, 2016
While attendance fell far short of the some 10,000 per day who showed up last week for the Capitol Hill Block Party, the 206 Zulu Park Jam did provide a music fest experience without the big ticket prices thanks to 206 Zulu and an Office of Arts and Culture grant.
The Zulus got Cal Anderson Park active!! pic.twitter.com/sbEOhJx47R
— corny by default (@TheGoodSin) July 31, 2016