SPF30: Sub Pop adds performers to August 11th Alki Beach event including Father John Misty. Plus, the schedule!

When we reported on the Sub Pop Records SPF30 event (August 11th, Alki Beach) update at last week’s Alki Community Council meeting, we noted that the label was planning to go public today with additions to the lineup. And they have! Plus, the day’s set times are all out too. From Sub Pop’s announcement (which you can see here in its entirety):

Father John Misty, Hot Snakes, and Bully have just been added to the lineup for SPF30 on Saturday, August 11th. The newly announced groups will join Beach House, Clipping, Kyle Craft, Fastbacks, Jo Passed, Loma, LVL UP, METZ, Moaning, Mudhoney, Shabazz Palaces, Wolf Parade, Caspar Babypants, The Not-Its!, and The School of Rock West Seattle House Band over four stages along incredibly scenic Alki Ave. in the Alki Beach neighborhood of West Seattle.

The stage names and set times are:

LOSER STAGE (@ Bathhouse West)
1:30 – Moaning
3:15 – Bully
5:15 – Fastbacks
7:00 – Wolf Parade
9:00 – Father John Misty

12:45 – LVL UP
2:30 – Loma
4:15 – Clipping
6:00 – Shabazz Palaces
8:00 – Beach House

HARSH REALM STAGE (@ 57th Street)
12:00 – Jo Passed
1:45 – Kyle Craft
3:30 – METZ
5:15 – Hot Snakes
7:00 – Mudhoney

PUNKY STAGE (@ Whale Tail Park)
1:00 – Caspar Babypants
2:00 – The Not-Its!
4:00 – The School of Rock West Seattle House Band

Also at the event, Sub Pop is selling four limited-edition singles – details on those are in the full announcement too.

5 Replies to "SPF30: Sub Pop adds performers to August 11th Alki Beach event including Father John Misty. Plus, the schedule!"

  • sam-c July 26, 2018 (1:37 pm)

    Awesome!  (Are they doing shuttle buses from the Park n Ride under the bridge, or am I confusing them with the Alki Art fair? I didn’t see anything on the Sub Pop page linked here)

    • WSB July 26, 2018 (1:53 pm)

      I don’t think the transportation plans have been announced yet but I’ll check. The shuttle you mention is definitely an Alki Art Fair thing.

      • C August 7, 2018 (1:06 pm)

        Hi! Any updates on potential transport along Alki Ave? (I’m thinking of taking the water taxi over…) Thanks!

        • WSB August 7, 2018 (1:07 pm)

          The transportation plan is minutes away. Check back shortly for a separate story.

  • m August 11, 2018 (7:37 pm)

    I can easily hear it from my house all day and must say; this is not real music. Jazz, Blues, Reggae and Classic rock and world music are all that qualify. Everything else sucks an is just noise, like what is blasting the n-hood.

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