The Head and the Heart to Play Free Show From Top of Pike Place Market Rooftop

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Janice Headley
photo by Vince Aung

This Sunday, August 25th, Seattle's own The Head and The Heart will perform a free concert from the top of the historic Pike Place Market rooftop. The concert will also be live streamed online exclusively on Amazon Music’s Facebook and Twitter accounts starting at 7 PM PT. If you attended our Raw Power event in 2015, you'll remember how special an event like this can be. 

This will mark the first time the band have played their hometown since the release of their fourth full-length Living Mirage, which is out now via Warner Records / Reprise Records. 

A press release states:

Pike Place and 1st Avenue will be closed to vehicles starting at 5pm. Sidewalks at the Market will remain open for access to restaurants and shops. Starting at 12pm on the 25th, at the Showbox across the street from Pike Place Market, The Head and The Heart will have a pop-up store featuring exclusive merch designed for the event, with all proceeds benefiting local Seattle-based music programs and initiatives. The Showbox pop-up store will be open all day from Noon to 9pm on August 25th.

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