KEXP Presents: Audioasis LIVE Broadcast from the Sound Off! Finals 3/11

Local Music, Audioasis
03/10/2017
KEXP

Last month, week after week, some of the most talented young musicians in Seattle battled it out on the Sky Church stage at MoPOP. This Saturday, March 11th, four of the finest finalists will battle it out to be the 2017 Sound Off! winner, and KEXP will be there to capture it as it happens.

From 6:00 to 9:00 PM, KEXP's Audioasis -- the longest running local music show in the Northwest -- will be broadcasting live from MoPOP. DJ Troy Nelson will MC the event, while DJ Sharlese will spin tracks from Sound Off! alumni in-between the live performances. Be a part of the on-air excitement as we help crown this year's winner.And speaking of the artists who've made it to the end, this year's finalists include Jason McCue, The Good Weird, Falon Sierra, and Torpoise (wild card artist selected by MoPOP's Youth Advisory Board). The winner will receive recording time, gear, radio airplay, festival performances, and media attention. Meet them below, and watch more video of them performing in the KEXP studios here.

Tickets are $14 for general public, and $10 for MoPOP members + youth age 5–17. (Online tickets available here.) Doors are at 5:30 PM with the show starting at 6:00 PM. Purchase your tickets before midnight tonight (Thursday, March 9th) and you’ll automatically be entered to win a Sound Off! swag bag filled with MoPOP passes, an official Sound Off! t-shirt, and other surprises.

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