Summer Fest Bands Announced
Let’s Close the Streets and See What Happens
Summer Fest Featured Headliners Shannon and the Clams & The Briefs
The West Seattle Junction Association is excited to announce the full music line-up for West Seattle Summer Fest. This 36th annual event will occur July 13-15 in the West Seattle Junction.
Music is once again taking center stage with a stellar line-up that includes some of the best bands in the Northwest. Big names for this event also include Kinski, Dude York, Spesh, and The Black Tones. West Seattle’s Ben Jenkins and Troy Nelson, co-founders of Killroom Records, booked the event lineup and had this to say:
“We had a lot of fun rounding up the artists for West Seattle Summer Fest 2018. Showcasing artists that are making a significant impact in our city is something we focused heavily on this year. We also wanted to represent all genres from our vibrant music scene. We’re excited to see this line-up come together!”
In addition to the headliners, festival goers can catch more than 20 artists performing on the California main stage Friday through Sunday. The diverse lineup includes artists like Mirrorgloss, Dusty 45s, HYWAYS, Trick Candles and Versing.
This FREE 3-day party in the streets celebrates West Seattle as a thriving music and arts community. Sidewalk cafes, shopping, Gaming Tents, GreenLife, kids’ rides, and a beer garden next to the festival stage, means there’s something for everyone to enjoy.
Check out music from the full line-up on the Summer Fest band page. Find out more about the music line-up on the official Summer Fest website, Summer Fest Facebook page, on Twitter, on Instagram and on Snapchat wsjunction.
|Friday, July 13
|Saturday, July 14
|Sunday, July 15
|Rat City Brass
|School of Rock
|Gypsy Temple w/ Misundvstood
|The Black Tones
|Shannon and the Clams
About West Seattle Summer Fest
West Seattle Summer Fest is a production of the West Seattle Junction Association and managed by Monumental Undertaking. Now in its 36th year, this festival keeps getting bigger and better with free music, great food and shopping, and loads of fun for kids of all ages. Old school West Seattleites still call it Street Fair or Sidewalk Sale, which is truly how this event began back in 1982. But no matter what it’s called, it’s a great time to close the streets, get together, and have the best festival of the year!