Concerts worth streaming online (and a few to see in person, too)
Do you love music but not the hassle of concert queues and packed venues? Well, do we have news for you. Plenty of new offerings this season allow you to enjoy groovy tunes from the ease and coziness of your own home. See below for some of our favorite findings.
Bounce to the pop jams of rainbow druids.
Looking for goofy indie-pop fun tonight? Hustle on down to The Crocodile to check out the Bonnaroo Preview Seattle edition featuring Rubblebucket, Babes, and The Hoot Hoots! The event series, sponsored by Angry Orchard, spans five cities all featuring a local Bonnaroo hopeful who needs your vote to make the stage in Tennessee. It’s the next generation of Battle of the Bands with online voting and social media determining the victor!
Concerts captured on camera shine at Triple Door; Langhorne Slim steals the spotlight on several Seattle stages
This Thursday, April 4, The Triple Door launches its month-long homage to 20 of Seattle’s top “rocktographers,” those talented photogs who regularly risk rowdy mosh pits and backstage chaos to document the scenes found here in the music mecca
Get your groove on for a good cause.
The second annual Beats for Boobs benefit show in support of local and invaluable breast cancer organizations. Amazing local DJ’s, fashion designers, artists and chefs will gather in order to bring you a star-crossed night filled with great entertainment, people, music and food. The DJ line-up includes Leopold Bloom + Court, Grindle (Knightriders) and Robotika (Deprogrammers/Fam Funk) to name a few.