Saturday 7/27 10:15-11:00 AM
In Seattle since 1991, Red Eagle Soaring (RES) empowers Native youth through the performing arts. The group will conduct a Land Acknowledgement of the Coast Salish homelands, followed by RES presents: YTT (Yesterday, Today & Tomorrow - Urban Native Performing Artists), doing a set of improv acting monologues blended with traditional and modern songs.
Saturday 7/27 11:15-11:45 AM
Sarah is a young pop singer-songwriter from the Seattle area. She writes and performs her own songs and hopes to one day be a published songwriter. She plays guitar primarily, and is also proficient with piano. Performing since she was 13, she has been working hard these past months to self-record and produce her own EP.
Saturday 7/27 12:00-12:45 PM
Angela Soffe is an Americana singer, songwriter, and leader of the award-winning Angela Soffe Band based in the Pacific Northwest. Her musicality is an amalgam of folk, pop, and bluegrass with touches of new age and classical music. Angela’s voice is known for its sweet emotional grace at the intersection of defiance, wonderment, longing, and vulnerability. Her music sits along masters like Alison Krauss, Gillian Welch, Sarah Jarosz, and Ben Rector. The band is a blend of upbeat Americana and folk rock.
Saturday 7/27 1:00-2:30 PM
Seattle School of Rock House Band is a group of talented young musicians that performs throughout greater Seattle and beyond. These students are among the most proficient musicians at the school. They are leaders and mentors to their peers and ambassadors for School of Rock. They are a high-caliber, family-friendly band performing classic rock favorites that will impress.
Saturday 7/27 2:45-3:45 PM
A 10-member unit sounding as if Frank Zappa took over Oingo-Boingo. The sax player was in a flight suit. The trombonist used a mannequin head as a mute. There were 2 sets of percussion, keyboard, bass guitar, trumpeteer, violins and congas… because… why not! Replace Electric with Everett and you have Everett Light Orchestra (ELO). It’s like a funky big band jazz wearing tie-dye.
-Seattle Music Insider
Saturday 7/27 4:00-4:45 PM
A Seattle-based band playing high energy originals and choice covers, built on a shared love of finely-crafted, groove-oriented rock and power-pop inspired by the likes of Elvis Costello, The Police, XTC, Squeeze, Paul Simon.
Saturday 7/27 5:00-5:45 PM
Morning Glory Revival is a Seattle-based psychedelic blues rock band, combining 70's style rock licks with infectious grooves and indie sensibility. Led by co-singer/songwriter/lead-guitarists Woody Frank & Ian McKagan, MGR has been melting minds at local house parties and venues for nearly 10 years now.
Saturday 7/27 6:00-7:00 PM
Tobias the Owl is an award-winning musical collective based in the PNW. Voted "Best Songwriting" in the Seattle Sound Music Awards and "Best Singer-Songwriter" in the Toronto Independent Music Awards, the orchestral folk music of TTO has resonated with an international audience. Credits include song contributions to television programs and feature films. The new album, "A Safe Harbor for Wayward Echoes" is being released on Megaforce Records, and features artists like Ben Harper who called the album "as much beauty as can be fit in the human sonic experience".
Saturday 7/27 7:15-8:15 PM
Seattle Singer/Songwriter playing original acoustic, electric blues, folk, rock, soul and vintage jazz. Annie O'Neill is currently recording, performing, teaching and songwriting. Recent collaborative projects include a new band with local gem Amy Denio on bass and harmonies. Having fun with natural grooves, soulful harmonies, and a style and sound all her own, Annie will rock your world!
Saturday 7/27 8:30-9:15 PM
Sunset is appropriate for the infectious dark tropical vibes coming from Mouth Mold. We’ll close out Saturday night with a wide-ranging house set with genre-bending takes on pop, R&B and house music that probably includes a couple of your faves and will introduce you to a few more.
Sunday 7/28 9:00-10:00 AM
Limber Yoga & Wellness is hosting a free hour-long vinyasa flow yoga class for all levels that includes simple sequencing as foundational postures are connected through breath and mindful movement. The class is led by Tracy Knight who has been teaching in and around West Seattle for five years. If you want to infuse your day with peaceful energy, laughter and light, join us at the beach to start your Sunday at the festival with an open heart and stoke that transformative fire within!
Sunday 7/28 11:00-11:45 AM
The Howdy Band takes many shapes and forms, but always with the same goal....to make every person feel like they are in the Band - no matter age or musical experience. Jamtown John plays original uke, piano and drum tunes. Expect free-wheeling compositions with a good dose of audience input plus a few surprises too. The Jamtown Howdy Band performs at events around the Puget Sound region including NW Folklife and Children's Festivals, Phinney Ridge Romp, and Seattle Libraries.
Sunday 7/28 12:00-12:45 PM
These guys deliver an intense passionate performance of eclectic originals and covers. Woody Bohunk plays songs you'll love, from punchy punk to soulful rock.
Sunday 7/28 1:00-1:45 PM
Payge Turner, originally from Kansas City, is now a Seattle musician taking the local scene by storm. Her vivacious soul, jazz, alt rock, progressive vibe is a unique listen. Bending and meshing genres isn’t something she’s afraid of. With a sound so bold and rich, Turner still finds a way to make you feel every emotion, by bringing authentic lyrical content to her songs. Her live performances are unforgettable; you’ll leave more emotional and sweaty than when you arrived.
Sunday 7/28 2:00-2:45 PM
This group radiates good vibes. The Odd Kids is a collective of songwriters, producers, musicians and creatives dedicated to spreading love and connection through music. Vibrant performers and winners of the 2019 Battle of the Bands, TOK’s pop funk sound features everything from several vocalists to saxophone solos to an electrifying trumpet. The group currently writes, records, and produces out of Silo Studio in Port Orchard, WA, and has members spanning from Seattle to Portland to New York City.
Sunday 7/28 3:00-3:45 PM
Based out of Seattle, Sam Cobra is a guitar-driven space rock band. Driving bass rhythms and melodic guitar riffs combined with the psychedelic dronings of viola and soaring vocal melodies culminate into a unique genre-bending musical cocktail.
Sunday 7/28 4:00-5:00 PM
Tiger Rider is a 3-piece indie rock band from Seattle. Not satisfied with being independent in name only, they are unsigned, self-produced in their basement, and untethered by expectations, allowing them to create a sound that is melodically welcoming yet aggressively raw in its earnestness and feeling. For fans of Weezer, Brand New, Jimmy Eat World, and Pixies.
Sunday 7/28 5:15-6:00 PM
Like jazz, but not. Rik Wright is an award-winning jazz guitarist known for his genre-bending performances - worldbeat one minute, rock the next, a touch of jam band and back to the core of jazz. Blending forward thinking arrangements with a solid groove that listeners can tap their toe to, his Fundamental Forces quartet has an undeniable allure that has propelled him all the way to the top of the jazz radio charts.