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Seattle, 24th Annual World Rhythm Festival (4/28 - 4/30): Immerse yourself in more than 100 drum and dance workshops and performances at the World Rhythm Festival at Seattle Center. Free.

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Tacoma, Tacoma City Marathon (4/30): Tacoma City Marathon is one of the area’s best and includes running across the Tacoma Narrows Bridge, or run the marathon relay, half marathon, or 5K.

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Wenatchee, 3rd Annual Rugrat Nation 3on3 Basketball Tournament (5/6): Rugrat Nation 3on3 is for grades K-3rd boys and girls. Held May 6 (Apple Blossom Weekend) at Pybus Public Market starting at 2:00 pm after the Grande Parade! Our beautiful venue overlooks the Columbi

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Seattle, Art In Bloom, Seattles Garden Art & Studio Tour (4/29 - 4/30): Featuring nearly 20 artists in a variety of media on a free, self-guided north Seattle garden art & studio tour April 29-30, 10 am to 5 pm. Celebrate spring looking for garden art with your friends or

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Olympia, Registration Now Open for Beauty and the Beast Jr (Summer Musical Theater) (2/17 - 7/14): Summer musical theater July 17-Aug 12. 5 performances. Ages 8-18. www.bkmusicalproductions.com

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Monroe, Homespun Spring Bazaar (5/6 - 5/7): Crafts-Displays-Food and Gift Vendors, Music and much more!! Lots of fun for the whole family!

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Tacoma, Spring Fairy Festival - 10th anniversary (5/6): A festival celebrating art, music, dance and local crafts

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Anacortes, Kuinka (5/5): Genre Indie folk pop & rock, etc.

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Anacortes, The Stacy Jones Band (5/20): Stacy Jones is the winner of the 2015 IMEA (International Music and Entertainment Association) award for Best Blues Song “Can’t Do Nothin’ Right” off her newest album Whiskey, Wine, & Water.

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Arlington, Carmine Black - Swagshop: Down & Dirty (4/30): In this workshop we will explore different ways to release your inner ratchet.

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Auburn, Auburn Bus Barn Bonanza 2017 (2/4 - 6/3): Featuring Jewelry, Hand Crafted Items, Candles, Cosmectics, Crocheted Items, Wood Crafts, Handmade Cards, Specility Items, Art, Food, Handmade Soaps, Fun Handmade Doll Clothes.

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Auburn, Broadway for #BrAvery (5/13): Come and see local talent perform current and classic Broadway hits at the first "Broadway for #BrAvery" on Saturday, May 13th, 2017 at 7:00 p.m. at the Auburn Riverside Theater (ART) at Auburn Rivers

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Auburn, Bus Barn Bonanza (3/4 - 12/2): We gather the 1st Saturday of the months February, March, April, May, June, October, November and December at Auburn Transportation.

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Auburn, Petpalooza (5/20): Bring your leashed pet to Petpalooza for a morning dog fun run, noon pet parade, pet contests, pony rides, entertainment, and vendors at Game Farm Park in Auburn.

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Bainbridge Island, Brenda Xu (5/13): "Xu's abilities as a vocalist on this album appear to be wide-ranging, if not boundless." - Justin Roberts, San Diego City Beat

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Bellevue, 12 Races of Earth: Humans and our Elemental Neighbors (4/30): The 12 Races, sometimes referred to as 'Elementals' include the races of Elves, Fairies, Mer, Gypsies, Atlanteans, Lemurians, and more.

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Bellevue, 2017 CAIR-WA Fundraising Banquet and Awards Celebration (5/7): Featuring WA Attorney General Bob Ferguson and Seattle Mariners announcer Tom Hutyler.

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Bellevue, Bellevue Chamber Chorus (5/20): Bellevue Chamber Chorus consists of professional and avocational musicians of diverse backgrounds, performing choral literature with varied accompaniment from all musical periods.

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Bellevue, Divine Ammunition: The Sculpture of Al Farrow (12/16 - 5/17): Divine Ammunition: The Sculpture of Al Farrow on December 16, 2016 - May 7, 2017 at Bellevue Arts Museum

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Bellevue, Mother’s Day Clay Art with Davicia Van De Venter (5/5): Come play with clay in this hands on workshop where students get the chance to make a one of a kind Mother’s Day plaque.

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Bellevue, Mothers Day at the Bellevue Botanical Garden (5/14): Plein Air artists, tours of the Garden, flower arranging demonstrations, and more! Make it a special day with your favorite Mom at the Bellevue Botanical Garden!

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Bellevue, Mothers Day Brunch (5/14): Make mom happy with an unforgettable family meal at The Melting Pot of Bellevue.

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Bellevue, Raise it Up: #PowerHappyHour (5/19): Join us for another RAISE IT UP event to benefit Atlantic Street Center!

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Bellevue, Sing! Sing! Sing! Spring! FREE SINGING LESSONS (4/10 - 5/10): Northwest Sound holds a free six-week workshop twice every year called sing! Sing! SING! to teach singing in the barbershop style. It's a risk-free way to see what it's like to sing on the risers w

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Bellevue, Sing! Sing! Sing! Spring! FREE SINGING LESSONS (3/1 - 6/10): Northwest Sound holds a free six-week workshop twice every year called sing! Sing! SING! to teach singing in the barbershop style.

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Bellevue, The Contact: Quilts of the Sierra Nevada by Ann Johnston (2/24 - 6/11): The Contact features over 30 of Ann Johnston’s large-scale quilts inspired by the California Sierra Nevada range.

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Bellingham, Ashes of Existence, (4/30): Ashes of Existence is a four piece Melodic Deathcore band based out of Bellingham WA.

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Bellingham, Chris Molitor (5/20): His honest lyrics and upbeat folk style stems from the simplicity of a Midwestern upbringing and a love for the adventurous open road.

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Bellingham, Ellis Paul (5/7): Ellis Paul is one of those gifted singer/songwriters.

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Bellingham, Heretic A.D., (4/30): We are Heretic a new upcoming band from Oxnard Ca. If your into Aggressive, Brutal, Dark, Violent, Monstrous sound then we are the band you should check out this year .

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Bellingham, Iya Terra (5/18): As the genre of Reggae music is continuously evolving, Los Angeles, California, based Iya Terra has found a way to take the messages of traditional Roots-Reggae and seamlessly mash them up in a today

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Bellingham, Josh Heinrichs (5/18): Josh Heinrichs is a stalwart in the American and worldwide reggae community.

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Bellingham, Marshall McLean Band (5/20): The Marshall McLean Band was born out of the Northwest, and it carries with it the unique sound that is becoming distinct to this part of the country.

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Bellingham, Pad Party (5/4): Enjoy some food and drinks while giving back to your community!

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Bellingham, Relay for Life of Washington University (5/20): Relay is a team fundraising event where team members take turns walking around a track or designated path.

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Bellingham, Stories of the Great Outdoors Benefit Dinner (5/20): We invite you to join the Whatcom Land Trust for the Stories from the Great Outdoors Benefit Dinner—an evening filled with stories our magnificent land, a live auction full of outdoors experiences, wo

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Bothell, 54th Annual Northwest Driftwood Artists Show (5/20 - 5/21): Over 100 artists will be displaying their driftwood sculptures at the 54th Annual Driftwood Sculpture Show.

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Bothell, 5k for Refugees (5/6): Students from Canyon Park Junior High welcome you to our 5k run and walk fundraiser for refugees.

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Bothell, 7th Annual Puget Sound Classic Basketball (5/13 - 5/14): The 7th Annual Puget Sound Classic basketball tournament offers four game guarantee for boys and girls teams. Divisions include 3rd grade to high school teams.

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Bothell, Bothell Block Party and BrewFest (5/20): Sample beer from local breweries, eat from food trucks, and hear four bands at Bothell Block Party and BrewFest in Bothell Furniture parking lot for age 21+.

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Bothell, Ladies Night Out! (5/11 - 6/8): Grab your best friends and come out for an evening of relaxed shopping! Ladies Night Out at Country Village features drawings, refreshments, fantastic finds, and drastic discounts.

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Bothell, The Sparkling Stroll (5/13): Toast Mom, stroll from shop to shop at Country Village, and sample over 20 select Italian Proseccos & wines.

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Bow, John Michael Montgomery (5/5): He’s earned 15 number one singles, sold over 16 million albums and received numerous industry and fan-voted awards, including a Grammy Award, CMA Awards, ACM Awards and American Music Awards.

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Bremerton, EVITA The Musical (3/31 - 4/30): Fundraiser night for KIAC

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Bremerton, Kitsap Pokemon League S&M Guardians Rising Pre-release (4/30): Please come and join us on April 30th at Discordia Games. Looking forward to seeing you there!

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Bremerton, Los Lobos (5/12): Los Lobos were already East L.A. neighborhood legends, Sunset Strip regulars and a Grammy Award winning band by the time they recorded their major label debut How Will The Wolf Survive? in 1984.

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Buckley, MK5K and one mile fun run (5/6): Our 4th annual MK5K and one mile fun run is to raise funds for The Mary Kay Foundation. This spring marks the 21st Anniversary of the foundation which helps to eliminate cancers that affect women

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Buckley, Relay for Life - Rainier Foothills (5/19): Relay is a team fundraising event where team members take turns walking around a track or designated path.

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Burien, A Night of Giving (5/20): Join us for a fun & lively cocktail evening filled with tasty food, drinks, and a silent auction to benefit Orphan Relief and Rescue.

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Burlington, Hike for Mike (5/6): The Hike for Mike has been created as a way to support Officer Mike McClaughry and his family as he recovers from a gunshot wound which he sustained in the line of duty as a Mount Vernon, WA police of

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Chehalis, Relay for Life of Lewis County (5/19): Relay is a team fundraising event where team members take turns walking around a track or designated path.

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Cheney, Relay for Life of Cheney (5/20): Relay is a team fundraising event where team members take turns walking around a track or designated path.

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Coupeville, Penn Cove Water Festival (5/20): Penn Cove Water Festival in Coupeville has tribal canoe races, native arts and crafts, food, dance, music, traditional storytelling, and children’s activities. Free.

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Edmonds, 32nd Annual Powwow (5/6 - 5/7): Edmonds Community College is proud to host this year's 32nd Annual Powwow on May 6-7, 2017.

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Edmonds, Discover Edmonds CC (5/6): We invite you to come and #DiscoverEdmondsCC! See what the Triton experience is all about.

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Edmonds, ECA Special Engagement: Marc Cohn - 25th Anniversary Tour (5/5): After winning a GRAMMY for his soulful ballad "Walking in Memphis," Marc Cohn solidified his place as one of this generation's most compelling singer/songwriters.

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Enumclaw, Food Truck Invasion: Star Wars Night (5/4): Food Truck Invasion: Star Wars Night – Benefit for Enumclaw School Foundation and the Enumclaw Expo Center. May the fourth be with you…………Star Wars characters from local clubs in attendance.

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Enumclaw, Mount Rainier Duathlon (4/30): The gateway to Mount Rainier National Park serves as the host for this popular season opening event. This event begins at the Enumclaw Expo Center.

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Everett, “Celebrate Life” Benefit Dance Concert (5/6): Reflections School of Dance and Youth Unlimited will be presenting their 12th charity benefit on Saturday, May 6th, "Celebrate Life" Dance Performance & Silent Auction Fundraiser.

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Everett, 2017 Snohomish Womens Run (5/7): Come run along the Snohomish River on Mother's Day! The Snohomish Women's Run offers races for the whole family - Even dad and kids can run in a race.

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Everett, Grayskul (4/30): A host of tour-only releases paired with RSE albums Deadlivers and Bloody Radio put Grayskul on the national map, with indie rap icons such as Slug, Aesop Rock, Mr. Lif, Cage and Pigeon John making ap

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Everett, Mothers Day Celebration/Festival de Dia de la Madre (5/14): Come join us for Mother's Day Celebration/Festival de Dia de la Madre with Mariachi Fiesta Mexicana Band.

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Everett, Paine Field Aviation Day (5/20): See vintage airplanes flying (12 to 1:30 p.m.) and on the ground at Paul Allen’s Flying Heritage Collection, plus exhibits and vendors at Paine Field Aviation Day.

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Everett, Pearl Django (5/6): With more than twenty years of performing Pearl Django continues to be one of America’s most respected and busiest Hot Club style groups.

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Everett, Tha Alkaholiks (4/30): Tha Liks, are an iconic hip hop group from Los Angeles. The trio has produced party music with a hardcore hip hop edge since the early 1990s.

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Everett, Winter Wargames - Heavy Tanks! (5/13): Come down and learn tactics, strategies and teamwork alongside PACNW Tankers.

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Federal Way, FWCAT Break the Chains of Human Trafficking - 5K Walk/FunRun (5/20): Federal Way Coalition Against Trafficking - Break the Chains 5K Saturday, May 20th, 2017.

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Fox Island, Jeff Feagin Memorial Plant Sale (5/7): The Jeff Feagin Memorial Plant Sale will be held on May 7th.

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Goldendale, Something for Everyone: New Treasures from the Permanent Collection (3/15 - 11/15): The genesis of Maryhill Museum of Art’s permanent collection was a gift from Queen Marie of Romania during her 1926 visit to dedicate the museum.

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Graham, Tacoma Highland Games (6/23 - 6/24): The 48th Tacoma Highland Games will be held at Frontier Park (Pierce County Fairgrounds), Graham, WA on Friday evening, June 23rd from 6-9:00 PM and all day Saturday, June 24th.

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Granite Falls, Aldens Army 5K Family Fun Walk/Run (5/13): A fundraising event for the Hemispherectomy Foundation, a non-profit organization focused on helping families with financial support

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Grayland, Grayland Players Bye Bye Birdie (5/12 - 5/21): Theatre: Musical Production. By Permission Tams Whitmark Community Theatre Group performs in its 27th year at The South Beach.

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Issaquah, Northwest Paddling Festival (5/12 - 5/13): Canoeists, kayakers, and paddleboarders unite at Lake Sammamish State Park for demos, tours, races, and exhibits at Northwest Paddling Festival.

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Issaquah, Relay for Life of Issaquah (5/20 - 5/21): Relay is a team fundraising event where team members take turns walking around a track or designated path.

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Kenmore, Anna Rose (5/12): Anna Rose is rock n' roll. Raw and unfiltered only begins to describe the petite-blonde’s persona; so don't let her looks fool you.

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Kenmore, Austin Jenckes (5/19): From the rural town of Duvall, Washington comes the voice of an honest soul.

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Kenmore, Bastyr 18th Annual Herb and Food Fair (5/21): Herb and Food Fair offers cooking demonstrations, nutritional experts, art for children, live music, and garden tours at Bastyr University in Kenmore. Free shuttle or pay for onsite parking.

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Kenmore, James McCartney (5/12): Singer-songwriter James McCartney’s signature aesthetic of melding smart hooks and feral alt-rock with the grandeur and spiritual centeredness of psychedelic music has won him press plaudits and a str

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Kent, Calling Volunteers 55 and Older (5/15): The Retired & Senior Volunteer Program (RSVP) invites you to a discussion with Catholic Community Services to learn about:

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Kirkland, Relay for Life of Kirkland (5/20): Relay is a team fundraising event where team members take turns walking around a track or designated path.

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Kirkland, Vaudeville Etiquette (5/13): VE is Seattle Alt-Americana. Magnetic, provocative, and dynamic with deep roots and classic rock chemistry. Think Stevie Nicks and Ryan Adams on a 3-day bender with The Allman Brothers.

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Lakewood, Fairyfest (5/19 - 5/21): Join us for a magical weekend celebrating all things Fae. This family-friendly event is sure to delight the young and the young-at-heart.

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Lakewood, Rosencrantz & Guildenstern are Dead (4/14 - 5/7): Catch Rosencrantz & Guildenstern are Dead on April 14th to May 7th at the Lakewood Playhouse in Lakewood, WA.

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Leavenworth, The Crazy Mountain Billies (5/14): Formed in 2009 in the Rocky Mountains, the C.M.B. Style can be described as a psychedelic form of mountain bluegrass music.

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Longview, Run the Path (5/6): Please Join us for our 10th annual Run the Path! Run the Path is a 3.6 mile walk/run at Lake Sacajawea in Longview, WA put on by Columbia Wellness. Run the Path is first and foremost

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Monroe, 2017 Spring Carnival (5/5 - 5/7): Join us on May 5, 6, and 7 for the 2017 Spring Carnival.

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Monroe, Homespun Spring Bazaar (5/6 - 5/7): Crafts-Displays-Food and Gift Vendors, Music and much more!! Lots of fun for the whole family!

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Monroe, Key Classic Benefit Horse Show (5/11 - 5/14): Traditionally the Key Classic holds its 4-day show in May over Mother’s Day weekend at the Evergreen Equestrian Park in Monroe, Washington.

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Monroe, Seattle Metro Reptile Show (5/13): See frogs, snakes, geckos, and other exotic creatures at Seattle Metro Reptile Expo, with educational tables and vendors at Evergreen State Fairgrounds in Monroe.

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Mount Vernon, Tulip Festival (4/1 - 4/30): Skagit Valley Tulip Festival features spectacular fields of blooming tulips and daffodils. The free Tulip Festival Street Fair is in Mt. Vernon.

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Newcastle, Mamma’s Hands-Annual Dinner and Auction (5/13): We cordially invite you to join Mamma’s Hands for our grandest event of the year-an annual dinner and auction gala to benefit mothers and children at the House of Hope shelter.

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Newport, House and Home : An ongoing exhibition that explores what it means to live at home.

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Normandy Park, South Highline National Little League Casino Night Auction 2017 (5/20): The more you play, the more chances you have to win....and the more you can support SOUTH HIGHLINE NATIONAL LITTLE LEAGUE!

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Olympia, 10th Annual Young Life Golf Classic (5/12): This is our 10th annual Young Life golf event to benefit Young Life throughout Olympia, Tumwater, and Lacey.

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Olympia, Designing Diva 2017 Garden Tour & Spring Plant/Garden Art Sale (5/13 - 5/14): Walk a designer garden in Tumwater & shop for plants and garden art. This event is in its 12th year. Walk a beautiful garden with eclectic garden art.

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Olympia, Registration Now Open for Beauty and the Beast Jr (Summer Musical Theater) (2/17 - 7/14): Summer musical theater July 17-Aug 12. 5 performances. Ages 8-18. www.bkmusicalproductions.com

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Olympia, Welcoming Todays Refugees (4/30): Please come and join us on April 30th at Good Shepherd Olympia. Looking forward to seeing you there!

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Packwood, Packwood Mountain Festival (5/5 - 5/7): Packwood Mountain Festival includes live music, folk dancing, a craft show, fun runs, native drumming, and chili in Packwood.

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Port Townsend, 2017 Rhododendron Arts and Crafts Fair (5/13 - 5/14): This annual event is located on Madison Street at Water Street in downtown Port Townsend, WA.

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Poulsbo, Viking Fest (5/19 - 5/21): Viking Fest celebrates Scandinavian heritage in Poulsbo with a parade, carnival, music, food, and competitions.

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Pullman, Magic GPT - Omaha (Amonkhet Sealed) (4/30): Please come and join us on April 30th at Palouse Games. Looking forward to seeing you there!

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Puyallup, All Saint Schools 40th Annual Auction (5/6): Join us for our 40th Annual All Saints Celebrate Auction on May 6th!

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Puyallup, Puyallup RV Show (5/4 - 5/7): Join us in 2017 for the best selection of RVs, seminars, exhibits, attractions and fun!

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Redmond, Maha-Laya, a Rhythmical Rhapsody (4/30): Please come and join us on April 30th at VEDA Temple. Looking forward to seeing you there!

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Seabeck, Yr Parents (5/11): Yr Parents is an alternative punk band from Seattle. A sardonic dumpster fire of sentient rage expressed through spitting and string punching.

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Seattle, 24th Annual World Rhythm Festival (4/28 - 4/30): Immerse yourself in more than 100 drum and dance workshops and performances at the World Rhythm Festival at Seattle Center. Free.

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Seattle, Alive & Well (5/11): Alive & Well is a pop punk / alternative band from San Diego.

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Seattle, Alki jones (5/6): Lead singer and songwriter Andrew Galbreath and guitarist Tyler Petersheim formed ALKi Jones in the summer of 2011.

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Seattle, AlunaGeorge, (5/11): AlunaGeorge is an English EDM duo from London, made up of Aluna Francis who takes care of vocals and songwriting and George Reid who is responsible for production and instrumentation.

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Seattle, Arran Fagan (5/3): Genre Prog-Folk, Americana, Singer-Songwriter

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Seattle, Art In Bloom, Seattles Garden Art & Studio Tour (4/29 - 4/30): Featuring nearly 20 artists in a variety of media on a free, self-guided north Seattle garden art & studio tour April 29-30, 10 am to 5 pm. Celebrate spring looking for garden art with your friends or

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Seattle, Assuming We Survive, (5/9): Assuming We Survive is taking the world by storm, using raw passion and good old hard work has them becoming the new face of pop punk.

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Seattle, Bad Royale (5/12): We are 3 producers and an idiot. Our only dreams in life are to create awesome music, and to hunt sharks with machine guns from space.

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Seattle, Ballard Art Walk (3/16 - 12/21): Ballard businesses and venues partnering with artists every Third Thursday. Most venues open 6pm - 9pm.

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Seattle, Battlecross, (5/2): Thrash has proven an un-killable genre. Resistant to trends and fads it has remained the preserve of true metal fans worldwide, and in the hands of Battlecross it has been pushed to the next level.

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Seattle, Beakr (5/4): Beakr is the brainchild of Micah Smith. He's been composing electronic and indie rock music for 10 years.

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Seattle, Beat Connection, (5/11): Beat Connection (formed in 2008) is an American indie-dance music duo comprised of Jordan Koplowitz and Reed Juenger, hailing from Seattle, Washington, U.S.

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Seattle, Benny Freestyles, (5/1): Benny Freestyles is a world traveling, surfer, snowboarder, spiritually conscious individual, who was put on this earth to inspire through music.

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Seattle, Blank Range (5/15): Blank Range is an American rock & roll band living in Nashville, TN.

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Seattle, Book-Its 2017-2018 Season Announcement Party (4/30): Book-It is launching its 28th season with an announcement party in Elliott Bay Book Company's reading room on Sunday, April 30 at 6pm.

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Seattle, Booze & Glory (5/12): Booze&Glory – Punk band based in London , formed in July 2009 by Mark, Liam, Bart and Mario.

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Seattle, BREATHERRR (5/20): BREATHERRR is the brainchild of multi-instrumentalist producer Michael Anthony Espinach.

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Seattle, Brotha Groove, (5/14): Brotha' Groove is an eight-piece funk/jazz-fusion band that delivers its bump'n groove originals to audiences everywhere, such as those at Hempfest 2016, Taste of Edmonds, and Redmond Derby Days.

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Seattle, Brother Ali (5/10): Ali has won the hearts and minds of Hip Hop fans world wide with his intimate song writing, captivating live performances and outspoken stance on issues of Justice and Human Dignity.

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Seattle, Butterflies Of Death (5/5): Born of a Peruvian charango playing hobo tunes, a one-man-band's bass clarinet/accordion, suitcase/stumpf-fiddle percussion extravaganza, and driven forward by a bass-powerhouse. Bake for 666 degrees,

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Seattle, C.J. Ramone (5/3): Christopher joseph ward, better known as "cj ramone," is an american musician best known as the bassist for the punk rock group the ramones from 1989 to 1996.

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Seattle, Call of The Void (4/30): CALL OF THE VOID released its debut album Dragged Down a Dead End Path in early 2013 and quickly received copious praise from publications such as Pitchfork, Metal Hammer, and Invisible Oranges.

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Seattle, Charlie and the Rays, (5/5): Creating a new spin off a classic sound, Charlie and the Rays melds prominent melodies with smooth, intricate harmonies, punchy horns, and folk-inspired guitar and harmonica.

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Seattle, Child Bite (5/2): Genre Post Punk / Noise Rock / Hardcore

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Seattle, Chris Brown, (5/11): Grammy Award winning and multi-platinum-selling singer/songwriter CHRIS BROWN recently made his sixth #1 album entry on the Billboard R&B/Hip-Hop chart with his latest release X (RCA Records), accordi

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Seattle, Chris Cheveyo (5/5): Chris Cheveyo is a singer-songwriter from San Antonio, Texas.

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Seattle, Chris Pureka (4/30): It’s rare for an artist to bridge the divide between critical acclaim and dedicated fan engagement. Chris Pureka is a Portland-based singer-songwriter whose body of work has resonated deeply with thes

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Seattle, Chris Tomlin, (5/4): Chris Tomlin is another Christian rock act who plays to thousands gig after gig. Born in America 1972 Chris is the saviour of Christian rock.

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Seattle, Chuck Prophet (5/11): Chuck Prophet describes his new disc BOBBY FULLER DIED FOR YOUR SINS as “California Noir.”

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Seattle, Cinco de Mayo Celebration (5/7): Enjoy Mexican food, live music, children’s activities, and a craft fair at Cinco de Mayo Celebration at Jefferson Community Center.

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Seattle, Cochon 555 (4/30): Cochon 555 is a culinary competition that features a stand-up tasting of dozens of chef-prepared dishes paired with wine, beer, and spirits at the Fairmont Olympic Hotel for $125.

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Seattle, Color Me a Miracle 5K (5/6): Come and join Seattle University Dance Marathon for our 3rd annual Color Me a Miracle 5K run/walk!

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Seattle, Cross Out Cancer 5k (5/6): High school students from across the Seattle area are coming together with the common goal of raising money for cancer patients at Seattle Children's Hospital in financial need.

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Seattle, Current Swell (5/13): The four friends returned the following day ready to create. “He said we had finally tapped into that spark he heard in the very first demos we sent him,” recalls frontman Scott Stanton.

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Seattle, Dale Watson (4/30): Dale Watson, keeper of the true country music flame, latest album Call Me Insane, was recorded in Austin with veteran producer Lloyd Maines (Robert Earl Keen, Jerry Jeff Walker, etc.).

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Seattle, Dance For A Cure 2017 (4/30): Please join us for our 12th year of Dance for a Cure, to support cancer research! This will be a fun filled night!!

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Seattle, David Bazan (5/20): David Bazan has never had the answers. His first two solo records, 2009’s Curse Your Branches and 2011’s Strange Negotiations lived inside questions. Questions of politics, of relationships, of addict

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Seattle, Dead Horse Trauma (5/9): Dead Horse Trauma is a 5-headed war machine dedicated to infecting the masses with procedures and tactics used by our world to feed us the lies we are spoon-fed since before we can crawl.

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Seattle, Delain (5/6): From humble origins in Zwolle, Netherlands, to their current status as one of the hottest bands in the entire heavy music world, Delain have written their own story, with every successive chapter taki

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Seattle, Dirty Outs (5/17): Dirty Outs is the new band from the singer and guitarist of ‘90s pop-punk heroes Diesel Boy, and also features a trio of Seattle music vets from bands like Mutiny Mutiny, Modern Relics, and Bigfoot Ac

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Seattle, Don Trip, (5/9): So Don Trip turned to rap. He recalled the preteen rap duo Kris Kross, who emerged as platinum superstars in the early 1990s with fun raps.

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Seattle, Donte Peace (5/6): With features from some of the regions greatest artists besides the likes of Macklemore, Donte Peace is significantly heading in the right direction of conquering and being heard by Hip Hop lovers wor

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Seattle, Dougie Maclean (5/10): Scottish singer-songwriter and composer.

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Seattle, Dreaming Awake (5/6): Dreaming Awake is the collective of members from different bands from their home scene, bringing an array of different influences.

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Seattle, Drew Holcomb & the Neighbors (5/5): He turns a new corner with 2017's Souvenir, a highly collaborative album that finds Drew Holcomb and the Neighbors focusing on the things that truly stick with you - including family and friends, musi

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Seattle, Dude York (5/18): Dude York's Sincerely opens with a blast—the massive opening chords of "Black Jack," a squealing track that blends the swagger of glam with the heavy riffing and ringing hooks of arena rock.

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Seattle, E-40 (5/2): With millions of records sold, nationwide sold out shows, loved by both the streets and respected amongst his peers, without question E-40 continues to reign supreme.

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Seattle, Everclear (5/12): It’s been 20 years since Everclear released their 1997 multiplatinum smash So Much For The Afterglow, yet the album remains a beloved fan favorite, and continues to inspire new generations of musician

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Seattle, Evergrey (5/20): Spreading the metal since 1998

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Seattle, Fatal Footlights (4/8 - 4/30): Fatal Footlights, by Louis Broome and John Longenbaugh, is another installment of the Brass Family steampunk series, featuring characters including Oscar Wilde, Ellen Terry, and George Bernard Shaw.

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Seattle, Flogging Molly (5/6): Founded in Los Angeles in 1997, Flogging Molly has always defied categorization. The infectious originality of their songs is a badge of honor and key to the band's creativity, their urgency.

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Seattle, Flourish: A Chefs Dinner to Transform Lives (4/30): Join us for a spectacular evening with Jacques Pépin as we launch a partnership between FareStart and the Jacques Pépin Foundation to transform lives.

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Seattle, Fonzarelli, (5/17): Fonzarelli are a new wave punk band with leanings towards 60s soul and pop.

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Seattle, Foxtrax (5/4): Holing up in a cabin located in the woods of North Carolina for 5 weeks, the band wrote their debut EP “The Cabin”.

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Seattle, Fremont First Friday Art Walk (3/3 - 12/1): Fremont First Friday Art Walk brings together a number of our neighborhood’s arts-supporting shops, galleries, and restaurants each month for 3 hours of celebrating creativity in it’s many forms.

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Seattle, Gabriel Garzón-Montano, (5/16): Jardín, Gabriel Garzón-Montano sings of the struggles and uncertainties of the many-layered game that is America today, from the specific doubt and double consciousness of the first-generation hustle,

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Seattle, Gent & Jawns (5/12): After developing respectable solo careers as DJs and producers, long-time friends Billy the Gent and Long Jawns officially banded together as Gent & Jawns becoming an unstoppable force in the world of

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Seattle, Gig Harbor Beer Festival (5/20): Gig Harbor Beer Festival features a wide variety of Northwest craft brewers and live music in Gig Harbor for age 21+.

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Seattle, Greyhounds (5/18): As Greyhounds, guitarist Andrew Trube and keyboardist Anthony Farrell have been making music and touring for 15 years, refining and developing a sound Trube calls “Hall and Oates meet ZZ Top.”

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Seattle, Hammerfall (5/6): Often credited with bringing back the melodies and honesty in music, the world-wide crusade continued with Renegade (2000), an album that generated a breakthrough for HammerFall and metal music in gen

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Seattle, Hanneke Cassel (5/13): "Exuberant and rhythmic, somehow both wild and innocent, delivered with captivating melodic clarity and an irresistible playfulness," says The Boston Globe about Hanneke Cassel’s playing.

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Seattle, Happy Heartbreak (5/18): Happy Heartbreak is 4-piece alternative / emo pop band that is built around reflective lyrics, bouncy guitars and moving cello. T

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Seattle, Honcho Poncho (5/12): Honcho Poncho is a five piece American alternative rock band from Seattle, Washington.

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Seattle, HSDCs 80th Birthday Celebration (5/4): Join HSDC in celebrating eighty years of service to our community.

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Seattle, Iska Dhaaf (5/11): Iska Dhaaf (taken from Somali, translated roughly to “let it go”) Is a band inspired by Sufi poetry, limitation, and an obsessive preoccupation with writing.

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Seattle, Jackson Boone (5/12): Jackson Boone is a songwriter who quietly emerged from the misty magic of Portland, Oregon. His music has been featured by KEXP, Stereogum, Impose Magazine, and numerous other publications.

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Seattle, Jamey Johnson (5/9): Acclaimed singer-songwriter Jamey Johnson has been showered with plaques, trophies and award statuettes, but they aren’t the answer to his dreams.

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Seattle, Jaya Lakshmi and Ananda (5/21): Jaya Lakshmi has been sharing her beautiful kirtans since 1992. She has four solo chant albums on Sequoia Records and has performed at many major festivals and events in the Western US, Hawaii and Eur

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Seattle, Jaytech (5/20): It’s the third studio album from the elite Australian progressive house producer, also responsible for one of the “Greatest Australian Dance Tracks of All Time”, and key producer on both the mighty An

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Seattle, Jet City to Jerusalem 2017: A Dessert Benefit for Kids4Peace (5/18): Join Kids4Peace Seattle supporters, volunteers, youth, families, and staff for our fourth annual spring celebration!

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Seattle, Jonathan Coulton (5/9): In 2005 Jonathan Coulton dropped out of a perfectly good software career to write music on the internet.

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Seattle, Jupe Jupe (5/5): With waves of haunting synthesizers, crooning vocals, jagged guitars and pulsating beats, Jupe Jupe creates mournful pop music that moves.

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Seattle, King Shelter (5/16): King Shelter is an independent indie/alternative rock band based out of Southern California.

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Seattle, KONGOS (5/14): KONGOS is a rock band of four brothers - Johnny, Jesse, Dylan and Danny Kongos. Sons of British singer-songwriter John Kongos, they grew up in London and South Africa, and are now based in Phoenix, AZ

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Seattle, Kurt Rockmore (5/1): Kurt Rockmore was born and raised in the not so sub, suburbs of long island NY.

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Seattle, La Luz (5/18): Genre surf, doo-wop

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Seattle, Late September Dogs (5/2): Late September Dogs is a Seattle-based female fronted rock band in the vein of Heart and Aerosmith.

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Seattle, Lowlands (5/5): Lowlands trade in expansive, grey-tinged indie rock that serves as a fitting musical accompaniment to their adopted hometown of Seattle; lush, perhaps a bit rugged, and with just enough blue sky peeki

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Seattle, Madness Blooms (5/11): Madness Blooms is an indie duo hovering at the intersection of folk, pop, and rock.

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Seattle, Man With Gun (5/17): Man With Gun is a noise punk outfit from Seattle whose songs make use of murder ballads, traveling songs, and down-on-their-luck antiheroes making the best of terrible options in life.

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Seattle, Marimekko, With Love (3/10 - 7/9): Marimekko, With Love offers a retrospective look at the company’s mid-century origins and the role Marimekko played in shaping a new aesthetic and approach to living through fashion and design.

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Seattle, Mark Farina (5/20): Voted as one of the top DJ’s in the world by URB, MUZIK and BPM magazines, Mark Farina’s taste making skills continue to turn the heads of seasoned Dance Music veterans as well as newcomers to the sce

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Seattle, Markus Schulz, (5/6): Forged in the fires of Arizona’s seminal 90s rave scene, Schulz first went state, then with equal speed national and international.

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Seattle, Marty Grimes, (5/1): Marty Grimes should definitely be on your radar if you’re even minutely in tune with the pulse of the music industry.

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Seattle, Masontown (5/9): Masontown, a young band with a concept as timeless as the Rocky Mountains, has alighted onto a bluegrass community that has already produced some of the best that the acoustic music world has to offer

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Seattle, Me First And The Gimme Gimmes (5/4): In that mythical era known as the 90’s, five brave young men emerged from the legendary halls of some of the mightiest bands on Fat Wreck Chords with a single mission: make all the rest of these dildo

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Seattle, Meklit (5/12): "I've always felt most at home in multiplicity," says Meklit Hadero. " And she should know: born in Ethiopia, raised in the US and nurtured by San Francisco's richly diverse arts scene, this acclaimed

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Seattle, Mental Health Stories: The Brainpower Chronicles (5/20): As part of Mental Health Month, the National Alliance on Mental Illness of Washington is hosting the premiere of Mental Health Stories:

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Seattle, Mod Sun (5/1): It can be far too easy to get caught in negativity in today’s world. We’re surrounded by it in the news, the media and even entertainment. And that’s what makes Mod Sun’s music and message all the mor

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Seattle, Moon Hooch (5/5): If any band is a poster child for turning the power of positive thoughts and intention into reality, it’s the explosive horn-and-percussion trio Moon Hooch.

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Seattle, Mother Mother (5/14): Mother Mother is a Canadian indie rock band formed in early 2005 from Quadra Island, British Columbia, Canada, based in Vancouver, Canada.

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Seattle, Mts & Tunnels (5/13): Mts. & Tunnels 2nd album, For a day or a Lifetime is out now! Co-produced by TJ Berry.

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Seattle, Negura Bunget (5/13): Negura Bunget is a black fog coming from a deep dark dense forest. The name tries to picture somehow the kind of atmosphere, both musical and spiritual we’d want to create through our music.

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Seattle, New Move (5/17): New Move is an independent American classic pop quintet from Portland, Oregon, formed in 2012 by producer & songwriter Jesse Bettis.

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Seattle, Newaxeyes (5/18): Newaxeyes operates on the boundary of cohesion and chaos. The Seattle quartet forms an aggregate of sonic elements informed by a an ever-expanding palette of influences, musical and beyond.

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Seattle, Norwegian Constitution Day (5/17): Celebrate Norwegian Constitution Day at 17th of May Festival in Ballard with a luncheon, kids’ activities, and music. The 6 p.m. parade includes marching bands, drill teams, and Norwegians in costume

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Seattle, Oddisee (5/11): One third of the rap group Diamond District and former member of the Low Budget crew, Oddisee is the stage name of American rapper and producer Amir Mohamed el Khalifa, hailing from Washington, D.C.,

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Seattle, Old Crow Medicine Show (5/10): Old Crow Medicine Show started busking on street corners in 1998 New York state and up through Canada, winning audiences along the way with their boundless energy and spirit.

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Seattle, Olivier St. Louis, (5/11): In 2006 he released his first album titled “kilowatt”, which put the artist known as 'Olivier Daysoul' on the map within the underground electro-hiphop scene.

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Seattle, Perfect Chaos: A Reading and Discussion to Support Transitional Resources (5/7): The most valuable asset in our community is a place that provides hope, opportunity and recovery for people who grapple with serious mental illness.

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Seattle, Phil Wickham (5/4): Phil Wickham’s music has been called every flowery adjective in the thesaurus and some that may have even been made up.

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Seattle, Pierogi Fest (5/13): Pierogi Fest features pierogi (dumplings), potato pancakes, Polish beer, dessert, folk music, crafts, and kids’ activities at Polish Cultural Center.

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Seattle, Pomo (5/9): Pomo is a Canadian multi-instrumentalist and producer based in Vancouver who makes electronic beats influenced by hip hop, house, 70s and 80s funk music.

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Seattle, Pork Red Chile Tamales Making Classes 2017 (2/25 - 11/18): Pork Red Chile Tamales Making Classes 2017

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Seattle, PRO TEENS, (5/11): Genre R&B and Surf

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Seattle, Red Heart Alarm, (5/12): Red Heart Alarm is a roots rock Alt Country Americana band hailing from Seattle, WA.

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Seattle, Royal Khaoz, (5/19): Royal Khaoz stands as a unit whose sole purpose is to bring an energetic vibe through music.

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Seattle, Said The Whale (5/13): Long before Vancouver’s Said The Whale became a JUNO Award-winning, radio chart-topping indie rock band, it was an exploratory songwriting experiment led by high school friends Tyler Bancroft and Ben

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Seattle, Scholarships and Awards Dinner (5/20): Join us for The Coalitions' 10th Annual Scholarships and Awards Dinner. Enjoy fine waterfront dining while raising funds for scholarships.

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Seattle, SCM Dinner Fundraiser (5/20): Please join us for our dinner fundraising event to help fund SCM programs here and abroad.

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Seattle, Seattle Beer Week (5/4 - 5/14): Bars and breweries host dozens of beer-tasting and food-pairing events during Seattle Beer Week.

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Seattle, Seattle Erotic Art Festival (4/28 - 4/30): Seattle Erotic Art Festival is an uncensored collection of art, films, and live performances at Seattle Center Exhibition Hall. Bring ID and be age 18 to see the gallery and 21 to attend events.

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Seattle, Seattle Mineral Market (5/20 - 5/21): See beautiful minerals and shop from 45 dealers at the Seattle Mineral Market at Lake City Community Center. Free.

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Seattle, Seattle Opening Day (5/6): Watch boats parade through the Montlake Cut near the University of Washington at noon on Opening Day, preceded by races.

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Seattle, Self-Defense Workshop (4/30): Your body is a powerful weapon. Learn how to use it. Feel safer in your environment and gain peace of mind.

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Seattle, Señor Fín (5/11): Genre genre neutral

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Seattle, Serial Hawk (5/14): Formed in 2010, Serial Hawk is a crushingly heavy three piece from Seattle, Washington.

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Seattle, Seven Kingdoms (5/20): Finally, once they had a more solidified lineup, the band signed a management/booking deal with Intromental Worldwide in 2009, which lead to a record deal with Nightmare Records.

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Seattle, Shabazz Palaces (5/11): Shabazz Palaces are an experiential hip-hop duo from Seattle, US, led by Digable Planets member Ishmael Butler (aka Palaceer Lazaro) and multi-instrumentalist Tendai "Baba" Maraire.

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Seattle, Shredding for Charity event at University Village $10/box donation (5/6): Prevent identity theft and shred your sensitive documents professionally.

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Seattle, Shwayze (5/18): His latest release, Shwayze Summer, captures the essence of what he's all about and the lead single, "Love Is Overrated," has over two million streams and has already become a fan favorite.

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Seattle, Simian Mobile Disco (5/11): Simian Mobile Disco is an English electronic music duo that formed in 2005 in London, England. Their style is a blend of electro and house.

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Seattle, Simple Minded Symphony (5/14): The Simple Minded Symphony was originally founded after four eighth-grade band students heard Less Than Jake's "Does the Lion City Still Roar," and collectively said "why have we never heard this befo

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Seattle, Sleep On It (5/10): Sleep On It formed during March of 2013 in a dirty basement in Logan Square.

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Seattle, Sleeping Lessons (5/5): Sleeping Lessons is the latest Seattle indie-rock band on the block made up of Charlie Deane, Paul Kowalczyk, Dan Moretti, and Terence Bonsey.

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Seattle, Snarky Puppy, (5/11): With their new album, Family Dinner, Volume 2, the eclectic, unclassifiable jazz/funk/global collective has set their sights higher than ever.

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Seattle, Stanton Moore (5/9): Born and raised in New Orleans, Stanton Moore is a dedicated drummer and performer especially connected to the city, its culture and collaborative spirit.

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Seattle, Static & Surrender (5/7): National award winning singer songwriter jeff campbell was recruited by brothers adam & john schuman to write and record new ideas and just "see what happens".

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Seattle, Stephen Kellogg (5/5): My music has been described as Americana, Country-Rock, Folk, Singer/Songwriter, and, somehow, pop. I have always thought of it as American-rock n’ roll.

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Seattle, Steppenwolf, Wayward Strangers and What Thou Wilt at The Hard Rock Cafe (5/12): Revisit Steppenwolf (featuring original and former members of Steppenwolf) Wayward Strangers (a local classic rock & blues experience) and What Thou Wilt (local hard rock powerhouse)

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Seattle, Sterile Jets (5/20): Stoner Punk, Art Punk, “Rebel Noise Rock,” call it what you will, but there is no denying that the brand of caterwauling that STERILE JETS (SJs) produces is absolutely FUCK YEAH!

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Seattle, Sweet Spirit (5/14): Ironically, the nine-piece band Sweet Spirit started as a solo project.

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Seattle, Taco Libre Truck Showdown (5/7): Taco Libre Truck Showdown features dozens of taco trucks, a beer garden, and mariachi bands in Fremont. Free.

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Seattle, Tag 1st Annual Benefit Dinner (5/3): Join us in celebrating Tag's values and accomplishment at Tag's 1st Annual Sharing Knowledge, Changing Lives Benefit Dinner, an evening in support of Tag's mission and programs featuring keynote speak

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Seattle, The Adarna (5/12): Taking their name from a mythical phoenix-like songbird in Filipino folklore, The Adarna [pronounced uh-darn-uh] are the first band to ever coin their genre as “Jet City Rock,” due to their proximity

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Seattle, The Animal in Me (5/6): The Animal In Me's single "I Created A Monster" has been receiving warm reviews from fans and critics alike.

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Seattle, The Cave Singers (5/5): Hailing from Seattle, Washington, USA, The Cave Singers are am indie rock band that formed in 2007. The quartet have released a handful of studio albums and are known for their hushed, subtle folk roc

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Seattle, The Debaucherauntes (5/5): Veiberniks! Seattle-based Klezmer fusion band The Debaucherauntes is known for their tilt-a-whirl tempos, neo-vaudvillian-esque tinged stage presence, powerhouse vocals, blistering solos, and earworm

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Seattle, The Family Curse (5/5): Formed in 2004 in San Francisco, The Family Curse's live musical exorcisms commonly earn mashed up comparisons to the Butthole Surfers, Ministry, Pain Teens, Big Black, Godflesh and Jesus Lizard.

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Seattle, The Frights (5/16): Ostensibly, The Frights are great for long drives in a Honda Odyssey. Their second full-length was produced by FIDLAR’s Zac Carper and will be released soon.

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Seattle, The Happy Fits (5/11): The Happy Fits are Luke Davis, Ross Monteith, and Calvin Langman. They have two goals in mind: make great tunes and Spread Positive social change through the power of jiggy music.

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Seattle, The Lightweight Champs (5/7): Fun-loving 3-piece indie rock garage band from Tacoma, WA

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Seattle, The Lonely Biscuits (5/14): The Lonely Biscuits are an alternative rock band hailing from Nashville, Tennessee.

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Seattle, The Magic Beans (5/7): The Magic Beans are a band sprouted from the cultural island of Colorado that are set out to bring their unique, genre-blending music to the masses and inspire good times.

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Seattle, The Magic of Flower Essences (5/2): Have you wondered what Flower Essences are, how they're made and what they're used for? This class covers the history, method of making them and how to use them. This is energetic medicine.

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Seattle, The New Up (4/30): The New Up is an independent ElectroRock band based in San Francisco. We wanna know what makes your souls tick..and we wanna share what makes ours!

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Seattle, The Nick Moss Band (5/5): Nick Moss has a story or two, or ten. His new concept record From the Root to the Fruit (Blue Bella Records 2016) presents the musical story of the birth and growth of the blues genre as it relates to

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Seattle, The Purrs (5/6): The Purrs are a Seattle psych-rock outfit who’ve made promises to each other and kept them to their audience.

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Seattle, The Schizophonics (5/17): The Schizophonics are, in one word, EXPLOSIVE. Their frenzied live performances tap into the same unstoppable combination of rock ‘n’ roll energy and showmanship that fueled the MC5 in the heyday of t

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Seattle, The Seattle Challenge (4/30): Seattle Challenge has teams run around the city solving clues to win prizes. It ends at a restaurant with awards and a costume contest.

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Seattle, The Slants (5/10): Nestled in Portland, Oregon's predominately white and hipster culture is all-Asian American dance rock band, The Slants.

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Seattle, The Stray Birds (5/17): All originally from Lancaster, Pennsylvania, The Stray Birds started as a duo of acoustic buskers in early 2010 when Maya de Vitry and Oliver Craven met with their instruments, their voices, and their

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Seattle, The Wayward Strangers (5/12): The "Wayward Strangers" is a classic rock and blues band.

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Seattle, The Weeks (5/14): If Easy bears resemblance to the raw, rowdy attitude of the The Weeks' live show, it's because the album was written at the end of a busy, five-year period that found the group rarely leaving the road

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Seattle, The White Buffalo (5/6): "I've always loved the combination of things that are really beautiful and things that are really dark or heavy. There's a lot of that on this album."

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Seattle, Tomorrows Bad Seeds (5/6): Tomorrows Bad Seeds, “leaders of the new school” is a five piece American band from The South Bay of Los Angeles California, formed in 2004.

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Seattle, Trap Them (4/30): Trap Them was formed in 2002 in Boston, MA by vocalist/lyricist Ryan McKenney and guitarist Brian Izzi, who shared a love of bands such as Entombed, Black Flag, Nasum, Swans, Neurosis, Darkthrone, and

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Seattle, Trick Candles (5/5): Trick Candles formed in early 2014 in Seattle by Robbie Luna (Panama Gold, The Royal Bear) and Prisilla Ray (Cute Lepers, Sweet Pups) with the intention of making music that is danceable with a nostal

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Seattle, Velocitys Spring Bash 2017 (5/18): Velocity’s Board of Directors present Velocity's Spring Bash on May 18th at Velocity Studios and Founders Theater in Seattle.

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Seattle, Vertical Horizon (5/12): Vertical Horizon was founded in the early 1990s, but it was seven years before lead singer Matt Scannell’s songs became the radio hits that brought the popular grass roots band to national attention.

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Seattle, Vieux Farka Toure (5/3): With his recent collaborations and performance before a billion people —yes, you read that right—at the 2010 World Cup in Johannesburg, South Africa, Vieux Farka Touré is one of the most celebrated Af

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Seattle, Vigor Seattle Maritime Festival Harbor Open House (5/14): Seattle Maritime Festival Harbor Open House features boat tours, walk-on tugboats, a boat parade, Coast Guard demonstrations, kids’ activities, a fireboat display, music, and a chowder cookoff with sa

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Seattle, Wake Of Humanity (4/30): Genre Hardcore, Metal

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Seattle, Wall of Ears (5/19): Wall of Ears is a freak pop band birthed out of N'awlins, now in Seattle, centered around the ongoing musical vision of CW Lott.

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Seattle, WedLocks 2017 (5/21): WedLocks is an interactive event focused on beauty for weddings.

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Seattle, West Seattle Community Garage Sale Day (5/13): Garage sale signs sprout all over the neighborhood during West Seattle Community Garage Sale Day.

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Seattle, Whitney Monge (5/13): Alternative Soul artist, Whitney Mongé, was once known for being the “Best Busker in Seattle”.

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Seattle, Witchburn (5/2): Genre Sludge Rock / Stoner Rock / Southern Rock / Metal/Rock/Hard Rock

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Seattle, Wozas 4th Annual Spring Fundraiser (5/4): You are invited to join Woza Soccer at our 4th annual spring fundraiser, and the capstone event to our Spring "33k for 11" scholarship campaign.

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Seattle, Xurs, (5/11): Angular weirdo punk from Seattle.

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Seattle, Year of Remembrance: Glimpses of a Forever Foreigner (2/17 - 2/11): On February 19, 1942, President Franklin D. Roosevelt issued Executive Order 9066, which resulted in the forced removal and incarceration of 120,000 Japanese and Japanese Americans.

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Seattle, Zee Will (5/14): I was born in Fresno, CA., but moved around a lot as a kid, being mostly raised in San Jose, CA. I always had a love for music and its effects when hearing certain songs.

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Seattle, Zero Down, (5/6): Formed in 2002, ZERO DOWN consists of five veteran musicians from the Seattle metal/punk rock scene that cast iron 70's Arena Rock and NWOBHM guitar riffs with hardcore punk intensity.

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Sequim, The Sequim Irrigation Festival (5/5 - 5/14): The Sequim Irrigation Festival (the state’s oldest festival) has an art walk the first day, arts and crafts, vendors, a carnival, logging show, tractor pull, fun run, kids parade, and grand parade. Fr

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Shelton, Bluegrass From the Forest (5/19 - 5/21): Bluegrass from the Forest Festival features national headliners, contests, a band scramble, mandolin tasting, youth programs, vendors, and jamming at Shelton High School.

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Shoreline, Christine Jensen (5/6): Montreal-based saxophonist and composer Christine Jensen has been described as, “an original voice on the international jazz scene… [and] one of Canada’s most compelling composers,” - Globe and Mail.

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Shoreline, In Praise of Grenache! (5/16): What grape is found in blends of France's Châteauneuf-du-Pape, in wines with cult-like status in Spain's Priorat region, and is the backbone of  some of our state's stellar Rhône-style wines? The answ

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Shoreline, Jordan Feliz (5/18): Fronting the West Coast buzz band A Current Affair gave Jordan’s powerful vocals some major exposure right out of high school. The band performed on the Warped Tour and other high profile gigs before

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Shoreline, Seattle Womens Jazz Orchestra (5/6): The Seattle Women's Jazz Orchestra (SWOJO) features many of the finest female jazz artists in the region.

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Snohomish, 2017 Snohomish Farmers Market (5/4 - 9/28): The Snohomish Farmers Market features local artisans & crafters ranging from metal & wood to glass & reclaimed furniture, Jewelry, soap, paintings & more!

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Snohomish, Queen Bea Tea (5/13 - 5/14): Mark you calendars for a special Afternoon Tea Event during the Historic Downtown Snohomish's A Charming Day in Snohomish event.

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Snohomish, Sky Valley Motorcycle Show (5/21): The Sky Valley Motorcycle Show celebrates individual expression along with the history of motorcycling in America during May Motorcycle Awareness Month.

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Snohomish, Wes Weddell Band (5/6): Seattle singer/songwriter Wes Weddell built a regional following with his 2001 efforts to chronicle the stories of area residents in song, a project that earned him the inaugural Mary Gates Venture Fe

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Spokane Valley, Swirly Peacock (5/2): Join us on May 2nd and paint "Swirly Peacock".

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Spokane, Be the Bodyguard/ 3rd party protection seminar (5/19): Are you ready to protect your family or loved ones? We are excited to have Kevin Lewis back again for this awesome 3 hour seminar.

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Spokane, Daniel Tosh - Star Theater at Spokane Arena (5/4): Daniel Tosh will host and perform an evening of standup comedy on Thursday, May 4 at the Star Theater at Spokane Arena!

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Stanwood, 19th annual Camano Island Studio Tour (5/12 - 5/21): The 19th Annual Camano Island Studio Tour builds upon the tradition of art that has grown in this community. Carefully juried artists, galleries and studios are selected each year representing diverse

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Stanwood, Kentucky Derby (5/6): Join us for 2nd Annual Kentucky Derby. We will be having fun lawn games, prizes for best hat and tie, photos, appetizers, beverages, and so much more.

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Stanwood, Refresh - A Womens Event 2017 (5/5 - 5/7): Refresh, there's room for your soul in a weekend-long Women’s Event. Take time away from the daily duties of life to relax, worship, pray, and be spiritually nourished.

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Sumner, My Fair Lady (5/6 - 5/21): This beloved family musical boasts a score of cherished classic songs like, “Wouldn’t It Be Loverly,” “I Could Have Danced All Night” and “On The Street Where You Live!”

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Suquamish, Parmalee (5/17): From this tiny town that’s home to a gas station, two blinking yellow lights, and a small tin- roofed barn dubbed Studio B, country rockers Parmalee launched their long journey to Nashville.

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Tacoma, 2nd Annual Fawcett Elementary Vendor Fair (5/6): Come walk through our 40 unique vendors for a gift for Mom.

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Tacoma, Armed Forces Day Celebration (5/20): Joint Base Lewis-McChord opens its gates to the public to celebrate Armed Forces Day, with historical reenactments, military vehicles, music, vendors, and carnival rides. Requires ID for age 16+. Free

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Tacoma, Brew Night at the Zoo (5/18): Join us and toast the new Washed Ashore exhibit at Point Defiance Zoo & Aquarium.

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Tacoma, Exotics@ACM – Seductive Supercars Exhibit Opens to Public (5/6): Opening to the public May 6, Exotics@ACM – Seductive Supercars will focus on the crème de la crème of exotic cars that embody the world’s best designs, technology and performance.

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Tacoma, Family Day: Sweet Sea Shells (5/13): Learn about different types of sea shells and their importance for the animal and effects of ocean acidification with University of Washington professor Bonnie Becker!

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Tacoma, Fancy Nancy The Musical (4/22 - 4/30): Book and Lyrics by SUSAN DILALLO. Music and Lyrics by DANNY ABOSCH. Based on the series by JANE O’CONNOR.

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Tacoma, Historic Homes Tour of Tacoma Tour 2017 (5/6 - 5/7): The Historic Homes Tour of Tacoma Tour 2017 features Bethany Presbyterian Church and six historic homes in North Tacoma.

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Tacoma, Into the Deep (9/24 - 9/1): Into the Deep will introduce visitors to the similar properties between glass and water, taking them on a journey through the wide possibilities of glass and the beauty of marine life.

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Tacoma, Legendary Deck Buliding Day! (4/30): This will be a FREE fully Prize Supported tournament and a free learn to play side event with participation prizes just for coming!!

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Tacoma, Self-Defense Empowerment Seminar (5/13): The Student Social Work Organization (SSWO) at the University of Washington Tacoma will be hosting our first Self-Defense Empowerment Seminar: Book & Toy Drive benefiting the Crystal Judson Family Jus

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Tacoma, Spotlight Gala 2017 (5/20): Bates Technical College Foundation exists to support student and program success by securing resources through building community relationships and awareness.

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Tacoma, Spring Fairy Festival (5/6): Spring Fairy Festival is a free indoor/outdoor street fair with artists, craft vendors, dancers, magicians, musicians, and costumed fairies & elves in Tacoma.

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Tacoma, Spring Fairy Festival - 10th anniversary (5/6): A festival celebrating art, music, dance and local crafts

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Tacoma, Tacoma City Marathon (4/30): Tacoma City Marathon is one of the area’s best and includes running across the Tacoma Narrows Bridge, or run the marathon relay, half marathon, or 5K.

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Tacoma, Tacoma Guitar Festival (4/29 - 4/30): The largest guitar event ever held in the Northwest. Now two days!

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Tacoma, Tacoma Guitar Festival - Sunday (4/30): The Tacoma Guitar Festival will feature over 150 exhibit style booths, guitar workshops led by industry experts, live performance music played by well-known guitarists...

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Tacoma, Tacoma University Book Store Presents Local Author Lori Tsugawa Whaley (5/6): The event is a book reading, signing and discussion by Lori Tsugawa Whaley, local author of “The Courage of a Samurai: Seven Sword-Sharp Principles for Success.”

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Tacoma, Totally 80s, Totally Murder (5/4 - 6/8): Poison Ratenstein is in town for a killer concert, but his fans may be looking for a refund after this twisted tour turns tragic with a murder and a mystery to solve.

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Vancouver, Fifth Annual Champagne Brunch (4/30): Please join us for a Garden of Possibilities, the Fifth Annual Bridge the Gap Champagne Brunch.

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Vancouver, Making Beauty: Native Beadwork of North America : Experience the beauty of traditional and contemporary Native American beadwork from across the Northwest Coast, Plateau and Plains regions.

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Walla Walla, 500 Pro Tree Shootout (4/30): Rocky Jennings Enterprises is sponsoring a .500 Pro Tree Shootout! This will be run in conjunction with our normal race.

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Walla Walla, Walla Walla Swim Club Mums Fun Run (5/13): Walla Walla Swim Club is hosting a 5km & 10km family-friendly run & walk to raise money for our club.

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Walla Walla, Walla Walla Valley Wine Alliance : Walla Walla sits in the foothills of the Blue Mountains in the Southeastern corner of Washington State

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Wenatchee, 3rd Annual Rugrat Nation 3on3 Basketball Tournament (5/6): Rugrat Nation 3on3 is for grades K-3rd boys and girls. Held May 6 (Apple Blossom Weekend) at Pybus Public Market starting at 2:00 pm after the Grande Parade! Our beautiful venue overlooks the Columbi

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Wenatchee, Washington State Apple Blossom Festival (4/27 - 5/7): The Washington State Apple Blossom Festival in sunny Wenatchee offers apple pie, arts and crafts, golf, a car show, carnival, parade, and run.

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Woodinville, Violet Sees Annual Birthday Party (5/6): It's that time of year again! Violet Sees is having a birthday and we want you to celebrate with us!

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Yakima, Bark for Life of Yakima (5/13): The American Cancer Society Bark For Life is a noncompetitive walk event for dogs and their owners to raise funds and awareness for the American Cancer Society's fight against cancer.

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