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KEXP Presents: 2014 Halloween Kids Dance Party

Posted: 2014-10-23 09:00:53

This Sunday, October 26th, KEXP will host its annual Halloween Kids Dance Party! This will be the harvest party of the year, hosted by John Richards and featuring KEXP DJs Darek Mazzone, DJ Chilly, Miss Ashley and DJ Shannon!

What’s special about this party? This year, we’ve expanded into two rooms! We’ll be taking over EMP Museum’s Level 3 and Sky Church, with plenty of room for family dancing! Crafts include an array of different and fun activities provided by The Adventure School to get you in that autumn mood!

Featured Activities:
• Make a bird feeder
• Ping pong toss
• Fishing activity
• Make an eyeball mask
• Face cut-outs for photo opportunities
• Face painting

We will also have pizza dough tossing with our sponsor Pagliacci Pizza, and, of course, our annual Halloween parade led by Grand Marshall DJ El Toro and the D20 Brass Band!

The party starts at 11:00 AM, with doors at 10:30 AM! Advanced tickets are on sale now at EMPMuseum.ORG.

KEXP Presents: Audioasis Community Partnership & Benefit Show 7/5

Posted: 2014-07-02 10:00:12

For quite a while now, I’ve been booking the KEXP Community Partnership Benefit Shows, but not once has one of the benefits fallen on my birthday. Well, this year I’m lucky enough to have this dream come true. So this Saturday, July 5th, I’m inviting you to come out and celebrate 36 years of my existence with me while enjoying some great music for a great cause.

I also want to mention, that 36 is such a boring age to turn. I looked up 36-years-old in Urban Dictionary (because of course, they know everything) and it says “36-years-old isn’t defined. Can you define it?”. Well, here’s my definition… The age when you realize you’re closer to 40, the over the hump mid-30 age. The age where you think about what you’ve achieved in your life and are you on the right “path” because you’re close to turning 40. Well, the cool thing about KEXP is, age doesn’t matter! It’s about the music, and that’s what this line-up is about. We’re going to dance, sing, and discover some cool local bands while supporting a great charity that also supports local bands. It’s perfect!

So, please enjoy this line-up in support of Washington Lawyers for the Arts who helps arts organizations and independent artists of all disciplines navigate the legal aspects of their art careers!

[Listen to DJ Sharlese in the streaming archive]