Seattle's Progressive Music Festival
Begins on: From 06/21/2014 to 06/22/2014
We've decided to do it again! There will be a Seaprog 2014. We've already booked the Columbia City Theater for the weekend of June 21-22. We're still recovering from all the excitement, and won't be booking the artists for quite a while yet. Stay tuned for updates as we start gearing up.
Seaprog 2013 is history! By any measure that matters, the weekend was a great success. The music was truly world class and frequently astonishing, the venue was ideal and its staff were a marvel, and the community turned out big-time to demonstrate once and for all that there is indeed strong support for this type of adventurous music in Seattle. Boundless thanks to all the musicians, volunteers, staff, and especially the audience, many of whom are so passionate about this music that they traveled from as far as the East Coast to attend. We'll be glowing for months, and the success of this nutty experiment bodes very well for the future... As soon as we have time to catch our breath and sort through the multitudes of pictures taken, we'll put up a gallery of images from the festival.
Tickets are on sale! More details on the tickets page. We've got more pricing options and more ways for you to choose what you want to see.
As it turns out, our Amy Denio appearance will actually be a Tone Dogs reunion of sorts. Amy will be joined by original co-conspirator Fred Chalenor. Amy says, "Fred Chalenor and I will play a Tone Dogs set on guitars and basses, as a duo. We'll do a mix of songs and free wildness." For those who never encountered the wonderfulness of Tone Dogs, check out the video on the Artists page.
Well, it's taken a while to get all the proverbial ducks in the proverbial row, but we can finally announce the Saturday night headliner:miRthkon. This "Oaklandish Chambercore" ensemble has been making waves in the world of creative music for several years now, and will be playing the prestigious Rock in Opposition (RIO) festival in France later this year. We're proud to bring them to Seattle. If you haven't heard them before, check out some of their live videos for a hint of the treat you'll be in for.
Look up at the top of the page: it's our new logo, courtesy of graphic designer Scott Martin. We're extremely grateful for the work he's put in on our behalf. Check out his web site.