Seattle Office of Film + Music


DON’T MISS 12 BOOKS POETRY AND HIP HOP SALON TONIGHT

Night School
Tonight, April 26 starting at 8:00 pm at the Sorrento Hotel, Night School will bring together Seattle’s vibrant hip hop and poetry communities. Check out the free all ages night of poetry and hip hop with performances from poets Ruth Forman, Karen Finnyfrock, Rich Jensen, Kary Wayson, Jeremy Richards, Rachel Kessler, Trent Moorman, Storme Webber, and Tara Hardy; and MCs Larry Mizell of Mash Hall, Geologic of Blue Scholars, Gabriel Teodros, D. Black, Fatal Lucciauno, Hollis of Canary Sing, Tilson of The Saturday Knights.

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PHOTOS FROM MAYOR MCGINN’S INAUGURAL CELEBRATION AT SHOWBOX SODO

The Stranger
Check out these great shots by Kristen Blush of Mayor Mcginn’s inaugural celebration at Showbox SODO this past Saturday night. The evening featured performances by The Maldives, Wheedle’s Groove, Hey Marseilles and Gabriel Teodros and was a free, all-ages event.



WHEEDLE’S GROOVE, MALDIVES AND OTHERS PLAY MAYOR MCGINN’S INAUGURAL MUSIC FESTIVAL THIS SATURDAY
January 8, 2010, 11:54 am
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Seattle Subsonic
Seattle City of Music is proud to partner with Mayor Mike McGinn’s Inaugural Music Festival, a free, all-ages event featuring Wheedle’s Groove, The Maldives, Hey Marseilles and Gabriel Teodros. The event will be held at the Showbox SODO, 1700 1st Avenue South, starting at 8 p.m. Saturday, January 9. In addition, popular local food vendors will be parked outside the venue. Scheduled mobile food vendors include Marination Mobile, Kao Samai Thai, Gert’s BBQ and others. The event is all-ages and free.



FRESH AND LOCAL: IT’S THE LIVE @ HIDMO SERIES

christinorbe_hidmoSeattle Times
For a free night out enriched with music, head out to Hidmo. The Central Area restaurant is hosting a free summer concert series, called “Live @ Hidmo,” with such Seattle artists as Laura “Piece” Kelley, Orbitron and J. Pinder. “We want to make local talent accessible to the local community,” said Rahwa Habte, Hidmo’s managing owner. All sorts of music will be represented every Friday — soul, spoken-word, funk, pop, rock and hip-hop. And shows are all-ages. The setting is an intimate family atmosphere, where the Who’s Who of the local arts community go to relax and sit back as audience members.