The Little Big Show #5 Photo Recap - The Walkmen & Father John Misty

Little Big Show, Live Performances, Live Reviews
01/29/2013
Dillon Sturtevant
all photos by Jim Bennett

STG, KEXP, and Starbucks came together to put on the 5th edition of the Little Big Show benefit concert series on Sunday night, where The Walkmen and Father John Misty brought down the house at the Neptune with two rousing sets to benefit Youth In Focus, an after-school program that gives students an opportunity to develop positive identity, social skills, and voice through intensive photography training.

Sunday night's show sold out well in advance, so be sure to get your ticket early for Little Big Show #6, which takes place on May 15th at the Neptune with headliner Jim James! Tickets go on sale this Friday! For now, check out the photos below from Sunday's amazing concert, by photographer Jim Bennett:

DJ El Toro

Father John Misty:

The Walkmen:

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