Must-see show alert: Motopony, Hot Bodies In Motion and Eternal Fair

Well, something is going to get broken in Everett tomorrow night when Seattle bands Motopony, Hot Bodies In Motion and Eternal Fair all come play at The Anchor. Any one of these bands can pack a club by themselves and all three are coming to Everett together.

The capacity at The Anchor is 213 bodies and based on the triple digit early ticket sales for this show I think this will be the first time I have ever seen that number reached. People have been joking online about ticket scalpers coming to Everett to try and make a buck off this show which might not be too far fetched. Other than some country music superstar performing at Comcast arena, this is likely the hottest ticket Everett has seen in a long time.

The buzz on all three of these bands is pretty huge right now. Motopony has been a Seattle favorite the last couple of years, Hot Bodies In Motion just released a fantastic new EP called Principal A that is getting great reviews (including from me) and Eternal Fair is looking to have a big year with the release of their highly anticipated debut full length album.

You can still buy tickets till midnight tonight here for $7 or there will be a limited amount of $10 tickets available at the door tomorrow night. Doors are at 8pm with Eternal Fair kicking the party off at 9pm.

You can see videos from all three bands below. My prediction for this show in one word… sweat.

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