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Capitol Hill Block Party Live Reviews

Wading Through the Vape Clouds: Recapping Capitol Hill Block Party 2018

Looking back at this year's fest, including sets from Dude York, Father John Misty, Parisalexa, Bully, and more.


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Capitol Hill Block Party, Day 3: In Photos

This year's Capitol Hill Block Party ended the weekend strong with stellar performances from TR/ST, Unknown Mortal Orchestra, and, of course, Father John Misty, just to name a few. Check out shots from photographers Eric Tra and Alley Rutzel.


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Capitol Hill Block Party, Day 2: In Photos

Day 2 of the Capitol Hill Block Party was packed with sun and some of the best in local music. Check out shots from the scene from photographers Eric Tra and Alley Rutzel.


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Capitol Hill Block Party Photo Galleries

Capitol Hill Block Party, Day 1: In Photos

There's nothing quite like summertime in Seattle and nothing quite like the Capitol Hill Block Party. KEXP took to the Pike-Pine corridor on Friday; check out photos from photographers Eric Tra, Niffer Calderwood, and Alley Rutzel.


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Capitol Hill Block Party Music News

Announcing the 2018 Capitol Hill Block Party Line-Up

We're excited to announce the line-up for the 2018 Capitol Hill Block Party, happening July 20th through 22nd, including Father John Misty, Alvvays, Bully, and so many more!


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Capitol Hill Block Party, Day 3: Julie Byrne, Cloud Nothings, Angel Olsen

Julie Byrne makes a face when she doesn't have to sing, one that expresses a sheer contentment with what's going on around her. She leaned back and made this face - which is featured on the cover her sublime sophomore outing, Not Even Happiness - at least six times during her Sunday afternoon set...


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Capitol Hill Block Party, Day 3: Danny Brown, Torres, Angel Olsen, Perfume Genius

Day 3 of 2017's Capitol Hill Block Party proved to be the fest's most musically satisfying, stellar sets from Danny BrownTorresAngel Olsen, and Perfume Genius sounding great against the urban Capitol Hill backdrop.


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Capitol Hill Block Party Live Reviews

Capitol Hill Block Party, Day 3: Diet Cig, Diplo

Energy. That's what a good live performance boils down to, and that's what both Diet Cig and Diplo (who have little more than the letter "D" in common) delivered at the Capitol Hill Block Party on Sunday night. Performing in completely different genres to completely different audiences, they both...


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Capitol Hill Block Party Local Music Live Reviews

Capitol Hill Block Party, Day 3: Remember Face, Sashay, Charms, Ravenna Woods

After three days of drunken fun in the streets and more tank tops than you've ever seen in one place, Capitol Hill Block Party came through with one last hurrah. Sunday was non-stop for exceptional local music from the opening sets to the last minutes of Perfume Genius' set on the Vera stage. Fro...


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Capitol Hill Block Party, Day 2: The Last Artful Dodgr, Bad Luck, YourYoungBody, Naked Giants

If day one of Capitol Hill Block Party had that much energy with everyone arriving after work, day two never stood a chance. Fully rested, hangovers nursed, and a fresh set of bands to gawk over; fans at CHBP were ready to up the ante. Thankfully there was a wealth of local artists to help quench...


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Capitol Hill Block Party Local Music Live Reviews

Capitol Hill Block Party, Day 1: Haunted Horses, Gifted Gab, Constant Lovers, My Goodness

In its 21st year, Capitol Hill Block Party feels more like a party than ever. The first day alone proved that people were willing to forgo their post-work tiredness and rage in the streets to Run The Jewels, Wolf Parade, and Mura Masa. CHBP may have the budget to keep bringing in larger and large...


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Capitol Hill Block Party, Day 1: Wolf Parade, Austra

Another year of Capitol Hill Block Party has arrived, bringing with it a sea of bro-tank tops, increased public intoxication, and a variety of local and national music acts. The music of Day 1 was quite good, with sets from Noname, Thundercat, and Katie Kate starting off the festival on an upbeat...


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