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Day In Day Out: The new Seattle music festival from Capitol Hill Block Party creators

While the Capitol Hill Block Party that we know and love won’t be taking place this year, the creators are bringing another fun-filled music festival to Seattle. Daydream State announced the first annual Day In Day Out music festival happening September 4 and September 5 at the Fisher Green Pavilion at the Seattle Center. The lineup consists of local Seattle artists, alternative, dance music and hip-hop. This lineup is hitting all the areas in our musical palette.

Day In Day Out will be for all ages with a 21+ VIP lounge deck. There will also be a beer garden, plus some of your favorite local food trucks. Two day GA passes start at $145 before fees and taxes, and you can purchase tickets here.

“After an incredibly difficult year for artists, fans and our local creative community, we’re excited to celebrate the return of live music by providing a new platform to revive the festival scene in Seattle. For this new event, our goal was to curate complementary and diverse daily lineups that offer the city’s music lovers a two-day mixtape experience to close out the summer.” -Daydream State Executive Director, Jason Lajeunesse

As many are still trying to navigate what the festival season looks like in 2021, we get excited for the potential of a return to the new normal. Would you consider going to the Day In Day Out festival? Let us know in the comments or on Facebook or Twitter!

DAY IN DAY OUT 2021 LINEUP:

Saturday:
KAYTRANADA • AMINÉ • TRAVIS THOMPSON • PARISALEXA • DAISY

Sunday:
CHVRCHES • BIG WILD • STRFKR • BLU DETIGER • CHONG THE NOMAD

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