KEXP Suggests: Search Party at Seattle Center 7/1

Local Music, KEXP Suggests
Dusty Henry

What's better than beer and music? Beer, music, and supporting all ages venues; that's what. This Saturday, Elysian Brewery brings their Search Party festival to Seattle Center and they're donating all the proceeds from the event to The Vera Project. Not just that, but you'll get to see fiery performances from acts like Black Pistol Fire and The Struts as well as local favorites The Sonics and Thunderpussy.

KEXP DJs Riz Rollins and Stevie Zoom will also be on site spinning tracks to keep the lively vibe going throughout the day. Plus, renegade marching band Chaotic Noise Marching Corps and EnJoy Productions will be mixing things up throughout the day performances of their own. When you're not enjoying all the music, you can try some of the over 40 beers available on tap.It all starts on Saturday at 2 pm. Tickets are $35 and include 4 drink tickets. You can get your tickets here. Check out some of the bands below.




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