The city is putting 10 pianos out on the sidewalks downtown as part of a showcase called "Street Tunes: An Invitation for the Public to Jam." (Image courtesy the City of Everett)

Everett artists paint pianos for sidewalk play

Don't be shocked if you see a piano sitting on a sidewalk in downtown Everett starting Wednesday.

The city is putting 10 pianos out on downtown sidewalks as part of a showcase called "Street Tunes: An Invitation for the Public to Jam."

"These pianos are very spectacular to look at," said City spokesperson Kate Reardon. Each piano was decorated by a different local artist.

"[The pianos] are going to be spread out throughout the downtown area for people to come up and enjoy the art as well as interact with the art - so we want people to play those pianos," Reardon said.

The instruments will be on the streets and available to play until Aug. 24.

Map of piano locations

View Everett Street Tunes: Piano locations in a larger map

Brandi Kruse, KIRO Radio Reporter
Brandi Kruse is a reporter for KIRO Radio who is as spontaneous and adventurous in her free time as she is on the job. Brandi arrived at KIRO Radio in March 2011 and has already collected three regional Edward R. Murrow awards for her reporting.
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