Between the cancellations of Bumbershoot and Capitol Hill Block Party, it’s been quite a while since Seattle has had a music festival. But get excited because a very real, two day music festival is coming in-person to Seattle Center this September! Trust us, you don’t want to miss Day In Day Out Festival.
Day In Day Out Festival is brought to you by Daydream State, the folks behind things like Capitol Hill Block Party, Neumos, Barboza, and Block Party Presents. That fact alone lets you know that the folks here know what they’re doing. And with this festival, they’re going for a “mix-tape-inspired experience to close out the summer”.
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You’ll be able to see artists CHVRCHES, Kaytranada / Big Wild / Aminé/ STRFKR / Travis Thompson / PARISALEXA / Chong The Nomad, Blu DeTiger, and DAISY. Beyond music, you’ll also be able to enjoy delicious food trucks, an indoor/outdoor beer garden, and unique VIP experiences with Space Needle overhead. Plus if you haven’t been vaxxed you could win free one-day tickets by doing so at a site approved by the festival.
If you’d like to learn more about Day In Day Out Festival you can click below. We hope that you guys get out there and check this one out because it’s been way too long since Seattle has had a real music festival. Who knows, we might just see you out there!
Day In Day Out Festival
When: September 4th & 5th
Where: Fisher Green Pavilion, 305 Harrison St
Cost: $80-$200 plus fees
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