The snow may have just finally thawed out around your neighborhood, but it’s never too early to start thinking about your summer block party plans – or at least your plans for Capitol Hill Block Party.
The Seattle festival returns for its 23rd year this July 19-21 to take over the Pike-Pine corridor. Today CHBP announced the full lineup for this year’s event, including the likes of buzzworthy national acts like RL Grime, Phantogram, Lizzo, Aminé, Mitski, and more.
There’s year’s lineup boasts heavy representation of Pacific Northwest talent as well with The Black Tones, Sloucher, Wild Powwers, Tres Leches, Kung Foo Grip, Perry Porter, and more making appearances at this years’ fest.
Check out the full lineup below:
RL Grime • Phantogram • Lizzo • Aminé • Big Wild • Jungle • Snakehips • Mitski • Ekali • Denzel Curry • Saba • Cuco • JPEGMAFIA • Chelsea Cutler • Shallou • Medasin • Yves Tumor • Still Woozy • Ayokay • Jack Harlow • Vagabon • Tribe Called Red • Crooked Colours • Peach Pit • Robotaki • Evan Giia • Mike • Houses • Waax • Niña • Valley Maker • Plastic Picnic • Breaks & Swells • The Black Tones • Romaro Franceswa • Sloucher • Kassa Overall • Dreamcatchr • Scarlet Parke • Nick Weaver • Bearaxe • Wild Powwers • Tres Leches • Rudy • Mirrorgloss • Samurai Del • Actors • Ok Sweetheart • Red Ribbon • Kung Foo Grip • Perry Porter • Marshall Law Band • The Spider Ferns • Hoshin • Little Wins • Basins • Taylar Elizza Beth • Spesh • Jason Mccue • Head To Head • Cold Comfort • Fluencie • Michigander • Psa • Chris King & The Gutterballs • Michete • Erin Rae & The Heartbeets • Episcool • Fleetwood Snack • Decent At Best
In addition to the musical lineup, CHBP has announced a pledge to match donations to raise $5,000 for event partners Jubilee Women’s Center, The Vera Project, Artists For Progress, an Lifelong. CHBP will also host free community events, including an artist panel at Chophouse Row, outdoor yoga at Cal Anderson Park, and more.
Looking back at this year's fest, including sets from Dude York, Father John Misty, Parisalexa, Bully, and more.
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