It was a beautiful weekend for Capitol Hill Block Party. But alas, all things must end. Our writer Mike Ramos (@Ram0s206) was there to catch all the hits and misses from the weekend. And photographer Maddie Meyer took in the sights. Reminisce, or see what you missed, with this collection of posts from Twitter…More
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The third and final day of the Capitol Hill Block Party is heavy on the local acts, but still has some national headliners to attract the mainstream crowd.More
The Capitol Hill Block Party — Seattle’s favorite one-day actual block party-turned three-day corporate-sponsored music festival — is returning to a fenced-in Pike Street for the 17th year this weekend.
Friday’s lineup boasts headlining indie-rock veterans Spoon, who haven’t released an album since 2010s “Transference” but have a new one called “They Want My Soul” on the way that comes packed with a wannabe slacker-pop summer anthem “Do You.” Brooklyn DIY keyboard/drums dance-pop sweethearts Matt & Kim will also bring their energetic, feel-good live set to the main stage.More
Also featuring: two Seattle-area summer-music festivals, a golden-voiced country music hitmaker, and an indie-pop band from the MySpace era.More
The lineup for the 2014 Capitol Hill Block Party features A$AP Rocky, Spoon, Chromeo, Matt and Kim, The War on Drugs, ODESZA, Sol, A$AP Ferg, Beat Connection, Star Slinger, Budos Band, Tanlines, XXYYXX, Angel Olsen, Poolside, Cymbals and Shy Girls.
The music and arts festival runs July 25-27 and takes place in a six-block area of Seattle’s Capitol Hill neighborhood with two outdoor stages as well as music and events happening in the clubs, bars and restaurants within the gates.
Discounted three-day passes are available today through Friday for $99 and are available at the Capitol Hill Block Party website.
Three-day passes are $125 in advance, individual day passes are $50 in advance and $60 day of and at the door.More