Outdoor-music season is starting earlier than usual in West Seattle with “Rock for Orion,” a music festival that West Seattle High School students are hosting April 26th to raise money for YouthCare‘s James W. Ray Orion Center in downtown Seattle, which Katie Blackett of the WSHS ASB describes in the announcement as an “organization that specializes in the housing and rehabilitation of homeless adolescents in the Seattle area.” It’s happening in the courtyard by the main parking lot – that’s near the entrance to the school gym and theater. Here’s the lineup:
1:00 pm — Doors Open
1:30 pm — Tom Nook tomnook.bandcamp.com
2:20 pm — Follies and Vices folliesvices.bandcamp.com
3:10 pm — Smashie Smashie smashiesmashie.bandcamp.com
4:00 pm — iji ijiiji.bandcamp.com
5:00 pm — Tangerine tangerinetheband.bandcamp.com/
6:00 pm — Ephrata ephrata.bandcamp.com
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