Now in its 23rd year, Cap Hill Block Party (CHBP) is set to bring some of today’s best in music to Seattle’s streets this weekend (July 19-21).
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!
Formed in 2012, ON AN ON is an American experimental-pop band out of Minneapolis, made up of long-time friends and collaborators, Nate Eiesland (vocals, guitar), Ryne Estwing (bass, vocals) and Alissa Ricci (keys, vocals). On July 24, 2015 they released their sophomore album And The Wave Has Two Sides. Be sure to catch ON AN ON at Capitol Hill Block Party this Saturday at the Vera Stage at 7:15pm!
Block Party’s Official 2016 Block Party Opening Celebration will be next Thursday, July 21 at Neumos featuring a special DJ Set by STRFKR! Get your tickets here.
Today, Capitol Hill Block Party (CHBP) announced the full lineup and daily schedule for their 20th anniversary event July 22-24. Rapper Mick Jenkins and Sub Pop Records artist Washed Out, who recorded the theme song to the popular IFC series Portlandia, are among the new additions. A limited number of single day passes went on sale beginning today.
It’s the 20th anniversary of Capitol Hill Block Party (CHBP), which is scheduled for July 22-24 this summer. Today, the first wave of confirmed performers were announced, which include Scottish indie-pop band CHVRCHES, experimental electro-pop group Crystal Castles, and local electronic duo ODESZA. You know it’s summer when the streets in the heart of Capitol Hill are blocked off and flooded by Seattleites. Good vibes, good music, and good weather are what makes CHBP an event to catch every year.
Check out Grandstand Media artists at Block Party this weekend.
Another year and another great musical lineup.
Seattle’s hottest outdoor music festival, Capitol Hill Block Party, will be Friday through Sunday, July 24th – 26th this year. It is usually superb weather in Seattle by the end of July, the reason that many Seattleites can tolerate the weather the rest of the year. With a great lineup consisting of big names,
Seattle (and the entire NW) amps up for a high-volume season.
Seattelites love to rock out all year-round, but when we’re finally blessed with never-ending azure days, we crank it up even harder. This summer’s music options include the obvious gems like Capitol Hill Block Party (July 25-27) and Bumbershoot (August 30-September 1), and we’re impressed once again with these events’ lineups that continue to “wow.”