Capitol Hill’s Chophouse Row has announced its busiest summer calendar yet, and there is something for everyone. This summer they unveil Sunday dance parties, a new outdoor art installation, and a jam-packed calendar of programmed events centered around food, music, fashion, and art happenings.
We are less than one week away from the second year of Upstream Music Fest. Single day and weekend passes are selling quickly and prices go up on June 1st. Get your tickets here.
MealPal, a lunch subscription service from the creators of ClassPass, launched today! MealPal offers convenient and affordable local restaurant meals for pickup to busy Seattleites. The launch area currently includes Downtown Seattle and South Lake Union.
New 300 Entertainment artist—rapper Paris Shadows is a California native new to the LA music scene. He’s already locked in a spot on a massive tour opening up for multi-platinum artists, Post Malone and 21 Savage. He’ll be in Seattle on 4/29 at the ShoWare Center.
Seattle’s annual music & arts festival in the heart of Capitol Hill in the Pike Pine Corridor includes headliners Father John Misty, DJ Dillon Francis and BROCKHAMPTON. More artists will be announced in the coming months. Single Day, Two Day, Three Day & VIP passes are now on sale!
We are about two weeks away from the national day of red and pink hearts. Here are some of our favorites for your loved friends, family, and significant others this Valentine’s Day.
Year six of Bon Appétit Presents Feast Portland food and drink festival, September 14-17, 2017, raised $72,043 through Feast’s charitable efforts. Mark your calendars for the seventh year of Feast Portland, September 13-16, 2018!
Columbia Records indie-pop artist Phoebe Ryan kicked off her North American headline tour on October 31st in Philadelphia, which includes a stop in Seattle this Saturday, November 11th. The show is at Barboza at 7pm. Buy tickets here.
Seattle is the Emerald City in the Evergreen State—there’s a lot of lush greenery wherever you look. And yet, every year, fall bursts forth in kaleidoscopic splendor. A drive along roads lined with vibrant reds, oranges, golds and yellows will lead you to a festive day at a pumpkin patch.
Q+A with Karl Moehring, CEO of Washington Shoe Company
Karl is a Seattle native who took the helm of the company in October 2015. Since then, Karl has made it a top priority to enhance the culture of the company and form a better environment for the employees. Washington Shoe Company houses three brands: Chooka, Western Chief, and Staheekum. Western Chief has been providing family footwear options since 1891. With the rain heading our way this week, it’s perfect timing to check out Chooka’s stylish and affordable fall fashion line.