A new week, another chance to see some exceptional live music. You could also wind up at some pretty lame shows.
Luckily we’re looking out for you.
Seattle's Best Concerts, In-Stores and More
Adapting to festival life isn’t so hard. Our brains have already adjusted to thinking, “Oh, this is our life now. We rush around Seattle Center all day listening to amazing music. I guess we live here now.” But alas, silly brains. That is not the case. For today is the final day of Bumbershoot (queue gentle weeping and cries of “NOOOOO!!!”).
Maybe we should save the weeping for tomorrow morning when it’s back to work and “normal” life, whatever that is. So for now, let’s rejoice and revel in the fact that today boasts another amazing lineup of music! Hurrah!
DAY 3 – MONDAY, SEPT. 1
La Luz – 12:30 PM, Fountain Lawn Stage
Sweet vocals over strong surf undertones from the Emerald City.
Smokey Brights – 1:45 PM, Pavilion Stage
Country-tinged rock with a PacNW twist.
Rose Windows – 3:30 PM, Fountain Lawn Stage
Hometown, female-fronted ethereal retro-rock that keeps it sludgy yet buoyant.
Julianna Barwick – 5:30 PM, Pavilion Stage
Atmospheric and echoy Iceland-inspired melodies from a Brooklyn-based vocalist.
Hurray for the Riff Raff – 6:15 PM, Starbucks Stage
Knee-slapping Appalachian mountain music from a Puerto Rican virtuoso.
Nada Surf – 7:00 PM, Fountain Lawn Stage
Legendary Brooklyn indie-rockers with a penchant for intertwining the highs and lows of life.
Jacco Gardner – 8:15 PM, End Zone Stage
Cinematic, psychedelic indie-pop from a young, Dutch 60’s enthusiast.
Real Estate – 9:00 PM, Fountain Lawn Stage
Pleasantly hazy surf-tinged indie-rock from the Garden State.