A mere 90-minute drive north of Seattle lies the dreamy town of Anacortes, and if you haven't visited yet, lemme tell ya, this is the weekend to do so! The third annual Anacortes Unknown Music Series, kicks off Friday, July 19th and runs through Sunday, July 21st.
Unknown is a continuation of the long-running What the Heck Festival, and boasts many of the same special details: aside from the music, there will be a rummage sale curated by K Records legendary singer/songwriter Lois, a small press book fair, a talent show, slideshow presentations, and more.
And, of course, the music! It's another stellar line-up from Unknown, showcasing the veterans of their local scene like Mount Eerie, LAKE, and Karl Blau, alongside newcomers like Ever Ending Kicks and Hungry Cloud Darkening.
Three-Day passes are sold out, but tickets will be sold at all shows (except the dinner show on Saturday). All the shows in Causland Park are open and free to the public. And start thinking of a special talent you can bust out at Sunday's talent show! See you there!
Here is the schedule:FRIDAY July 19th, 2013the UNKNOWN, 7pmD+Arthur BertrandEver Ending KicksLAKEVanessa RenwickMount Eerie
SATURDAY July 20th, 201311am, CROATIAN CLUBBirdie’s On Parade
CAUSLAND PARK, noonBryan, Frank & BobLori GoldstonSiLMFilardoEleanor MurraySK Kakraba Lobi
the UNKNOWN, noon to 4pmBOOK FAIR
the CROATIAN CLUB- 5:30 to 7“DINNER SHOW”Shelter, Food and Occupation: Puget Sound Utopian Colonies by Dirk Kinsey
the UNKNOWN, 7pmHive DwellersGendersWyrd VisionsÔ PaonMagnetic ReconnectionKey Losers perform “California Lite”
the CROATIAN CLUB- 9pm to 11pm“LOUNGE” with Ashley Eriksson
SUNDAY July 21st, 2013the UNKNOWN, noon to 4pmBOOK FAIR
CAUSLAND PARK, noon to wheneverTALENT SHOW featuring you (music discouraged)
the UNKNOWN, 4:30pmStephen Steinbrinkthe Drink Up HoneyLloyd & MichaelHungry Cloud DarkeningKarl Blau
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