Seattle’s own Thunderpussy will take the KEXP stage at 4:10 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 4 for Bumbershoot. (Lou Daprile photo)

Seattle’s own Thunderpussy will take the KEXP stage at 4:10 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 4 for Bumbershoot. (Lou Daprile photo)

Bumbershoot has something old, something new, Third Eye Blind and The Flavr Blue

In true Bumbershoot fashion, there is something for everyone this year.

Want some killer hiphop acts? Run The Jewels, Logic, YG, Macklemore and Ryan Lewis have got you covered.

Looking for a little throwback? Third Eye Blind is going to be there.

Looking for a big throwback? Billy Idol will be in the house. Yes. Billy Idol.

Want to dance yourself clean? Check out Zeds Dead, Pretty Lights, Manatee Commune, and Zach Van Lue will be dropping all the freshest jams over at the Key Arena stage.

Of course the main stage will boast huge names like Death Cab For Cutie, Anderson .Pakk, Father John Misty, Tame Impala and many more.

While all of that is nice, I’m here to highlight the local acts representing the PNW out there this weekend. Here is a list of some hometown artists you need to make time for at Bumbershoot:

Deep Sea Diver – Sunday at 6:40pm on the KEXP Stage

Manatee Commune – Sunday at 4:30pm on the Key Arena Stage

Lemolo – Saturday at 5:30pm on the KEXP Stage

Naked Giants – Friday at 3:10 on the Starbucks Stage

Fly Moon Royalty – Friday at 4:10pm on the KEXP Stage

The Flavr Blue – Sunday at 4:30pm on the Fisher Green Stage

Thunderpussy – Sunday at 4:10pm on the KEXP Stage

Maiah Manser – Sunday at 4:20pm on the Starbucks Stage

Snuff Redux – Friday at 3:00pm on the KEXP Stage

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