SISTERS, a Seattle-based duo, plays during the Fisherman’s Village Music Festival lineup announcement party Friday, Feb. 10, at the Scuttlebutt Brewery and Taproom in Everett. (Photo by Christine Mitchell)

SISTERS, a Seattle-based duo, plays during the Fisherman’s Village Music Festival lineup announcement party Friday, Feb. 10, at the Scuttlebutt Brewery and Taproom in Everett. (Photo by Christine Mitchell)

Fisherman’s Music Festival in Everett features about 50 acts

EVERETT — Get your tickets.

The lineup for this year’s Fisherman’s Village Music Festival was released Friday by the folks from Everett Music Initiative.

The festival, March 31 through April 2 in downtown Everett, will feature about 50 musicians and bands whose music spans many genres.

Tickets — just $35 each for three fulls days of live music — are available online at everettmusicinitiative.org and thefishermansvillage.com.

The festival’s performance venues include Everett Performing Arts Center, The Anchor Pub, Tony V’s Garage and Black Lab Gallery. More artists and additional venues may be announced at a later date, said Ryan Crowther of Everett Music Initiative.

Crowther expects that more than 6,000 people will attend the fourth annual festival, which is the five-year-old Everett Music Initiative’s biggest event each year.

Everett Music Initiative was honored recently as Everett’s Organization Making an Impact, one of the annual Mayor’s Arts Awards.

So who is playing at the festival? Here’s the list:

Returning performers (most local) include The Winterlings, Campion, Greet the Sea, TELLERS, Fauna Shade, Mr. Night Sky, Crystal Desert, The Moon is Flat, Planes on Paper, Sleepwell Citizen, Spirit Award and Kevin Murphy from the Moondoggies.

Cave Singers, a Seattle-based indie band, has released four albums since its formation in 2007. Along with the regular guitar, bass, drums instrumentation is harmonica, melodica and flute.

Thunderpussy, also of Seattle, includes members Molly Sides on vocals, guitarist Whitney Petty, bassist Leah Julius and drummer Ruby Dunphy.

The Seshen, from the San Francisco Bay Area, and returning performer SassyBlack, the “Goddess of electronic psychedelic soul and hologram funk” have performed together before.

Courtney Marie Andrews was 16 when she left home in Arizona to pursue a music career. She will be traveling to Everett from the Treefort Music Fest in Boise.

Karl Blau is from Anacortes and just back from a European tour. Blau, an indie country-soul crooner and DIY recording artist, grew up associated with members of K Records’ Beat Happening.

John VanDeusen, another Anacortes guy, is the pianist who led The Lonely Forest.

The Dip is a seven-piece soul band from Seattle.

Kyle Craft, a Sub Pop artist from Portland, grew up in Louisiana with southern rock and voodoo-infused mythology.

Tangerine is a pop-infused rock trio from Seattle — sisters Mariko and Miro and their friend Toby.

Porter Ray is a Sub Pop hip-hop and rap artist from Seattle.

Jenn (Ghetto) Champion is a guitarist, formerly with Carissa’s Wierd.

My Goodness is a Seattle-based blues/garage rock band.

The Rainieros, a country band that recently played the Marysville Opera House.

Cataldo, who often performers with a band, is from Seattle.

LAKE, from Whidbey Island, offers soothing pop rock.

DoNormaal, from Seattle, performs psychedelic hip-hop.

Others include Legs, the Naked Giants, Sloucher, Tilson XOXO, Hideout Wild Powwers, Cardioid, Moondog Matinee, Flaural, Low Hums, Gabriel Mintz, Vacationeer, Snuff Redux, Fruit Juice, Edmund Wayne, Sleeping Lessons, Lowman Palace, Crater Lakes, Clone Wolf, Her Silo, Male Blonding, Nail Houses, The Skyemonkey, The Porters and Alex Johnston.

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