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THE VERA PROJECT NAMED ONE OF THE 21ST CENTURY’S GREATEST NEW MUSIC VENUES
November 22, 2010, 1:35 pm
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Flavorwire has recognized The Vera Project, Seattle’s groundbreaking all-ages rock hall/community center, as one of the greatest new rock venues to have opened since the turn of the 21st century. Coming on the heels of Gibson’s Guitar’s inventory of the best rock venues of all time—a list which included legendary Seattle club, The Crocodile—Flavorwire compiled the list in an effort to shine a light on new music and the up-and-coming venues that support it. “Like many great all-ages venues conceived out of the DIY punk ethos, The Vera Project isn’t just a place to see bands play,” Flavorwire comments, citing the non-profit’s mission to foster a participatory creative culture through music, arts programs and volunteering. “The Vera Project offers […] many opportunities for teens to get involved in its community […]but the place still takes its bookings very seriously: Dan Deacon, Titus Andronicus, and Deerhoof are just a few of the great bands that have performed there.” To read the full article, be sure to check out the link.

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