Fisherman's Village Music Festival Announces 2021 Lineup: Built to Spill, Enuclaw, Mount Eerie, More

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Janice Headley

After the COVID-19 lockdown, I want to attend every music festival around, and this is definitely not one to miss: KEXP is excited to co-present the Fisherman’s Village Music Festival, which returns this September 9th-11th for its lucky seventh year. And the line-up is the largest yet, featuring Built To Spill, Enumclaw, Mount Eerie, Black Belt Eagle Scout, Shaina Shepherd, True Loves, and many more. 

This year’s festival will also feature the Fisherman's Village Night Market, offering a stage programmed on Friday and Saturday, food trucks, beer garden, and over 40 vendors selling locally made goods. With so many Northwest artisans struggling during the pandemic, it'll be great to show up and support them directly. 

Tickets are $85 for the entire weekend and can be purchased here. See the complete line-up below, and check out some KEXP in-studio sessions from artists playing the festival. 

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