Can’t wait for music festival season? Turns out you don’t have to, between April’s concert lineup and now The Freakout Weekender, you’ll have days upon days to listen to tunes. Let’s get into some details on what to expect from this two-day music festival.

The Freakout Weekender comes from the folks behind Freakout Festival. While it’s only two days long it’s bigger than you might think. “The multi-venue, multi-cultural Seattle music festival will feature over 40 artists from around the globe, including Antibalas, Austra, Molly Burch, Armand Hammer, Efterklang, Surfbort, Tunde Olaniran, Cobra Man, Public Memory, Mintfield, and many more.”

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If you’ve been wanting to see new live music, this is the festival for you. The lineup is full of names that you probably haven’t heard of before. Whether you want to hear hip hop, garage rock, punk rock, afrobeat, there’s a genre for you.

Like most events and concerts around the city, we highly recommend planning ahead and purchasing your tickets ASAP. It’s also worth noting that you have the option of choosing between one day, two day, and VIP passes depending on what you’re looking for. So get out there and treat yourself to a rocking April!

The Freakout Weekender

When: April 1st & 2nd
Where: Multiple venues
Cost: $50-$225