KEXP Presents: Lyft Fest with Pickwick and Ravenna Woods 9/17

Local Music, KEXP Presents
Dusty Henry
Photo by Melissa Wax

Just when you thought festival season was over with Bumbershoot, another one has jumped in right before the buzzer. This means you've got one more shot to enjoy free outdoor music before the cold weather kicks in. This Sunday, September 17th, Lyft will host their first annual Lyft Fest at the Seattle Center Mural Amphitheater. They've brought along a stacked triple header of local acts, including the hypnotic grooves of Pickwick, Ravenna Woods, and SuperMother. Alongside the music, booths will be setup featuring art from other Lyft Drivers as well. Everything from crochet to costumes and quilts will be on display. It's a great chance to support local artists both in music and in a variety of other forms. Acquaint yourselves with the artists playing below.



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