Must-see show alert: Daydream Vacation at the Anchor

I talk about Daydream Vacation a lot on the blog. I love this band and see them any time they play in the Seattle area because everywhere they go they start a straight up dance party.

I am delighted to share that the Everett Music Initiative has teamed up with the Sno-Isle Natural Food Co-op to bring Daydream Vacation to downtown Everett this Saturday night to party with Everett band I Will Keep Your Ghost.

In case you missed it, Daydream Vacation is the new band from Dave of Head Like A Kite and Asy from Smoosh. With Asy living in Brooklyn now, it’s not often you get the chance to see this band so the fact that they are playing in Everett tomorrow night is pretty special.

I highly recommend getting there early for Everett band I Will Keep Your Ghost. There is a great buzz in the area and on the internet right now surrounding these guys and the release of their electro cover of Bobby Darin’s hit “Dream Lover.”

The show is at the Anchor on Hewitt and will get going at about 9 p.m. Check out both bands below and click here to purchase tickets or get your tickets at the door for $5.

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