Must-see show alert: Ravenna Woods and Kithkin in Everett

This Saturday night, two great bands from Seattle are coming to Everett. Ravenna Woods and Kithkin are coming to rock the Anchor on Hewitt.

Ravenna Woods is fronted by Bothell native Chris Cunningham and has been one of the more popular bands in Seattle the last few years.

Kithkin is on the rise big time right now and have been one of my favorites since seeing them at Doe Bay last summer. These guys are extremely high energy. I mean, they have two drummers. No, wait… Three drummers!

Tickets are available here for $7 or $10 at the door on Saturday night. The show is 21+ and doors will be at 8:30. Come out early to catch both bands, it’s going to be a great show.

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