Is it really only the fourth annual Fisherman's Village Music Festival? In just a few years, this Northwest fest has established itself as a must-see musical bonanza. This year is no exception: from Friday, May 20th through Sunday, May 22nd, the streets of Everett, Washington will shake with the sounds of 80+ bands over just three days: Grace Love & The True Loves, Pillar Point, Bear Mountain, SassyBlack, The Grizzled Mighty, Manatee Commune, Iska Dhaaf, Bryan John Appleby, Fauna Shade, Star Anna, and really, the list goes on and on.
And this year introduces a fantastic new concept: passes are PAY WHAT YOU CAN. No kidding. You could pay $10, or $50, or even zero dollars, if that's really all you can afford. The organizers just want to bring amazing artists to Everett: that simple. Passes are limited, so hurry and get yours now. And enjoy this Video Roundup to get you excited for the weekend ahead!
KEXP is excited to yet again partner with the Everett Music Initiative to present the 2018 Fisherman's Village Music Festival, March 30th through April 1st in downtown Everett.
On Wednesday, May 25th, KEXP will celebrate the 75th anniversary of Woody Guthrie’s Columbia River Songs with a day full of exclusive interviews, special programming on The Roadhouse on KEXP, and a live streaming video session with Bill Frisell, Gerald Collier, and John Doe.
As the world continues to mourn the passing of Prince (like with DJ Kevin Cole's incredible memorial show, streaming here), our friends at the Northwest Film Forum present their own tribute this Thursday, May 19th with a screening of the 1986 comedic caper Under the Cherry Moon.