Psychedelic Holiday Freak Out
Seattle, WA - FunkFarm, a Seattle-based imprint, has announced the Psychedelic Holiday Freak Out -- a 2 day, 38 band music festival taking place December 6th and 7th on Seattle's Capitol Hill. With stages for rock and hip-hop, the festival will bring top West Coast talent to the city to play alongside a collection of rising local artists.
The event was conceived during a hung-over drive between Portland and Seattle. "We saw the dreariness out the window and decided that Seattle needed a late-fall festival to shake things up before winter really set in," said organizer Nate Leonard-Berliner. "We originally wanted to cater to fans of psychedelic music, but our scope quickly expanded when we saw the sheer variety of great acts interested in working with us."
The lineup highlights top performers across a wide swath of genres, including sonic futurist Vox Mod, hip-hop fire spitters Kung Foo Grip and hard-driving garage rockers Fox and the Law. Individual stages will be hosted by legendary radio DJ Marco Collins, consummate sci-fi cowboy Brent Amaker and local hip hop veteran Bishop I of Oldominion.
Shogo Ota of Tireman Studio was brought on to manage design. "We've worked with Tireman a few times before," said Leonard-Berliner. "It was a no brainer Shogo's raw, colorful aesthetic matches the spirit of the event exactly."
Tickets, a full list of artists, and complete event details are available at www.HolidayFreakOut.com. Please contact Drew McCornack at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions or requests for press passes.
Waid's, Highline Bar, Therapy Lounge & Velocity Dance Center (View)
Seattle, WA 98122
|Minimum Age: 16|
|Kid Friendly: Yes!|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: No|