Everett bands at top of Slack Fest bill

Slack Fest is the annual music festival/party held in Stanwood by KEXP DJ Don Slack and the good folks at Artist Home Booking. The lineup was announced this week and tickets are on sale today.

The whole lineup is solid, stacked with great bands from around the PNW with Everett bands The Moondoggies and River Giant at the top of the bill.

The music festival will be held at Slime Dog Speed Way in Stanwood on Saturday August 24 at 5 p.m. and tickets are on sale now for $30with the option to camp that Friday and Saturday for an additional $15. Tickets here.

Below are videos from some of the bands performing.

The Moondoggies

River Giant

The Comettes

Country Lips

Dude York

Keaton Collective

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