From French-made Scopitones of the 1960s to Michael Jackson dancing like a zombie — The EMP Museum is proud to unveil their latest exhibit, Spectacle: The Music Video, which will trace the evolution of "music videos" throughout history.
And you won't want to miss their spectacular opening night party, tonight, May 16th, from 7:00 to 11:00 PM!
KEXP's own DJ Sharlese will present a curated collection of videos in the gorgeous Sky Church along fellow tastemakers from Sub Pop Records, KEXP, Sync Music Video Festival, Decibel Festival, and World Famous.
And that's just the start of what EMP has in store: step into Macklemore & Ryan Lewis' "Thrift Shop" video to pop some tags and create the ultimate fanvideo. Sing your Heart out at I Want My MTV: 80s Karaoke Lounge. Listen and learn as OK Go present their famously unconventional music videos and discuss their creative process. Lastly, enjoy some super surprise performances. Trust us, you will want to say you were there.
Tickets are available for this all-ages event here.
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