May is Mental Health Awareness Month, and to support the cause, Studio 4/4 and Grooving for Good have put together a night with Guy J. This event will occur on Saturday, May 20, starting at 10PM at Canvas Warehouse in the SoDo area of Seattle. The show will feature a warehouse stage and a tent stage, and many other interesting installations. If you’re looking for a fun night that promotes a great cause, look no further.
The space has evolved into a marvelous artistic space without losing its industrial warehouse roots. Canvas has hosted many different types of events in the past, all of which showcase creativity and connection. Canvas is no stranger to hosting electronic music events, so we’re looking forward to what’s in store for next weekend.
Grooving for Good’s Venue Setup
Grooving for Good has some exciting installations planned for the venue. They will curate a chill space experience designed to stimulate different senses and influence emotional relationships to music through them. James Pfaff has designed this space featuring interactive lighting for listeners to experiment with.
Artist Rolando Hayes will be painting live for attendees to observe while spending time in the chill space. He strives to symbolize the harmony between brushes and beats, and we can’t wait to see what he will create during this event.
Light Up Seattle has provided comfy light-up pillows to accommodate the space. With all these amazing attributes, the chill space will definitely be something to check out. This will be a great spot to kick back and tune in to self-awareness with music, creativity, and relaxation.
Headliner & Stage Lineup
Headliner Guy J is a progressive house, techno and electro producer. However, he’s mastered a sound that ranges throughout his passion for many genres. His brand Lost & Found has become well established amongst the underground. He encourages artists to create things that are undeniably true to themselves, and it’s resulted in the production of pure, good electronic music.
Along with headliner Guy J, a lineup of lovable local artists will show their support between the indoor warehouse stage and the outdoor tent stage.
Inside, we’ll get to experience a 2 hour b2b set from long-standing local leaders Fouad Masoud and Chris Wildr. After this, Guy J will take the stage for a 3 hour long set.
Outside, we’ll see a number of lively local artists that have teamed up the keep the B2B’s going all night long. The set list includes Jaogaz b2b David Ardila, Jesse Leer b2b Julie Herrera, [Ed. note: Julie Herrera replaces Friday K] Unknown_?layer b2b Allen Oh, and Simone BG b2b c0smic j0ke. This event will go until 3AM so there’s plenty of time to check out all of these amazing locals.
As we know, May support Mental Health Awareness. Together, organizers Studio 4/4, Grooving for Good, and Pacific Northwest Theater Associates are combining their passion for the cause by creating this experience. These organizations all work to bring attention to the PNW’s musical talents and place importance on mental health.
The event will have a heavy emphasis on bringing light to emotional awareness, and making connection through sense of sound. Each of these organizations have put great effort into putting it together and it’s a great contribution to the Seattle dance music community.
This event is a production of raw compassion, and we’re anxious to share in the importance. Show your support and have a good time while doing it, snag your tickets to support Mental Health Awareness with Guy J here!
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