Noise for the Needy lineup announced

Noise For The Needy will be taking over Ballard Thursday, June 20, through Sunday, June 23, and all proceeds go to support the Ballard Food Bank. This festival will include shows at the Tractor Tavern, The Sunset, Conor Byrnes and will include an all ages family show at the new Ballard Party Lot behind Hatties Hat, which can hold over 500 people.

The lineup is below and will see more bands added to it in the future:

Horse Feathers, Said The Whale, Battleme, River Giant, Smokey Brights, Polyrhythmics, Hot Bodies In Motion, Kris Orlowski, “The Rolling Stones”(tribute band), “JD and The Schmitty Boys,” Julia Massey and The Five Finger Discount, and more

You can purchase tickets here. It’s going to be a great weekend of music for a great cause. If you are in a band and are interested in performing at Noise For The Needy submit by sending an email with your music to booking@noisefortheneedy.org.

If you aren’t familiar with some of the bands playing, you really should be and you can check them out below:

BATTLEME – “Touch” from Redbird Management on Vimeo.

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