Seattle’s Premiere Celebration of Independent Music
July 24 & July 25th – Seattle, WA
On Sale Friday May 1st 10:00am
Featuring! SONIC YOUTH, THE JESUS LIZARD, THE GOSSIP, DEERHUNTER, BLACK LIPS, EARTH, THE THERMALS, THE PAINS OF BEING PURE AT HEART, MOONDOGGIES, SPINNERETTE, THE DUTCHESS AND THE DUKE, MIKA MIKO, THE BLAKES, SLEEPY EYES OF DEATH, GIRLS, HEY MARSEILLES, THE MALDIVES, TRUCKASAURAS, AKIMBO, PAST LIVES, FUTURE OF THE LEFT, MICACHU & THE SHAPES, STARFUCKER, FAUX PUNK, NEW FACES, D. BLACK, HOTELS, PICA BEATS, FATAL LUCCIANO, FLEXIONS, THEY LIVE!, AUDICITY, SPACEMAN, BOW+ARROW, SOL, JAPANDROIDS
More to be announced soon….check out the NEW WEBSITE!!!
www.capitolhillblockparty.com for daily updates, videos, special promotions and more…
“The Capitol Hill Block Party is a huge, two-day explosion of bands and a great opportunity to see the most exciting new music from the best music scene in the country all while supporting great non-profit programs like The Vera Project and Home Alive.” – The Stranger
“This ain’t no burnt-wiener-and-potato-salad kind of block party. No, this one is more like a sweaty, boozy, scaled-down version of Sasquatch, only during the dog days of summer and right in our own backyard…. The Block Party has grown from an endearing street fair to a monster takeover of the now hotter than ever corridor of Pike between 12th Ave all the way down to Broadway.” Seattle Weekly
|The 2009 Capitol Hill Block Party takes over Seattle’s Capitol Hill neighborhood July 24-25. The Block Party is an annual music festival that draws upon and showcases the best indie and underground rock in the US, with a special focus on its Northwest artists. Launched 12 years ago, the Block Party has evolved into Seattle’s most anticipated outdoor party. With over 40 bands on 3 stages, great food, and plenty of cheap beer, this is by far the best party of the summer.John Richards -KEXP Morning Show Host exclaims, “There is no other local event that truly brings the Seattle music community together (and not just because of the free booze in the VIP area…well not all because of that), the people behind the music, the artists, local media and most importantly the fans.”
Partial proceeds from The Block Party benefit two excellent non-profits: Home Alive, which encourages violence prevention, and The Vera Project, a youth run all ages venue and recording studio in Seattle.
The Block Party continues to be one of the least expensive festivals in the country.
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