It’s that time of year when the music festivals start happening, and that means a chance to see some high class hippie dancing! Seriously, there’s usually at least one guy with a mullet, jogging shorts, tie-dye socks, sandals, and no shirt dancing off to the side of the stage completely oblivious to anything but the music. And what can you say to that guy? You go, middle aged hippie dancing dude, move whatever way the music inspires until you and the universe become one.
First up for Fundamental Forces is the Jackson Street Jazz Walk on April 2nd. We almost couldn’t play this year due to conflicting gigs, but we were able to find a time slot between other commitments that allowed us kick off the day event’s at 4:30 at Wonder Bar.
Jackson Street Jazz Walk
Wonder Sports Bar
Seattle WA 98144
4:30 pm, No cover
Next up in April, we’ll be performing at Capitol Cider, which is actively challenging Vito’s for my favorite gig in Seattle. You seriously need to check this place out.
818 E Pike Street
Seattle WA 98122
5:30 pm, No cover
And our final gig in April will be the second installment of our Substation series, where we host a guest band and then Fundamental Forces closes out the evening. This month our special guest is the Sam Boshnack Quintet.
(with Sam Boshnack Quintet)
645 NW 45th Street
Seattle WA 98107
9 pm, No cover
And once again, all of these shows are free!
We’ll also be playing several other festivals late this summer, including the Shoreline Arts Festival and the Bite of Seattle… stay tuned for more information.