The festival takes place Oct. 20-22 at various venues in The Emerald City including Benaroya Hall, Paramount Theatre, Moore Theatre, Showbox At The Market, Showbox SoDo, Neumos, Chop Suey, Comet Tavern, The Crocodile, The Triple Door and Rendezvous.
Robyn kicks off the festival Oct. 20 at the Paramount Theatre. She’ll be joined with a special yet-to-be-announced guest.
The Oct. 20 bill also includes Crystal Castles, Pogo, The Felice Brothers, The Horde And The Harem and The Long Winters.
Built To Spill take the stage at the Moore Theatre Oct. 21 along with Disco Doom and Seapony. Fans will have the chance to spend an evening with Ryan Adams that Friday when he plays the Benaroya Hall.
Additional Oct. 21 acts include Fences, Sons Of Warren Oates, The Boxer Rebellion and U.S.F.
City Arts Fest closes out Oct. 22 with a lineup featuring Ozomatli, Seapony, Mudhoney, Male Bonding, Shelby Lynne, and Thao with The Get Down Stay Down.
In addition to three nights of music the festival also includes interdisciplinary art showcases, exhibitions and events featuring 30+ local and national artists. There will also be an opportunity to join in movie sing alongs for “Purple Rain,” “Hedwig And The Angry Itch,” and “Grease.” Or maybe you’d like to attend the celebrity karaoke party at featuring performances from over 20 City Arts Fest artists and local celebrities. And who wouldn’t want to attend a dance class to learn the choreography to Michael Jackson’s “Thriller”?!
Three-day tickets go on sale Aug. 5 starting at $69. The general admission wristbands give fans access to all City Arts Fest events and concerts on a first-come, first-served basis.
VIP wristbands will also be available. The VIP perks include entry into the private opening night party Oct. 19 and the closing night event Oct. 22, as well as access to VIP-only areas at select venues and a special swag-bag.
Tickets for single events go on sale Aug. 24.
For more information, click here for City Arts Fest’s website.