Lineup set for Everett’s Fisherman’s Village Music Festival

EVERETT — Everett Music Initiative has announced the lineup for the second annual Fisherman’s Village Music Festival, May 16 and 17 at multiple Everett venues.

More than 2,000 people attended the festival last year, said Ryan Crowther and Steven Graham, founders of Everett Music Initiative.

More than 60 bands are scheduled to perform this year and more than 3,000 people of all ages are expected to attend.

Visual arts and food vendors have been added to the festival, which this year allows children 12 and under to attend for free. Early bird tickets are selling for $39 at

Among the bands and performers scheduled:

  • The Helio Sequence
  • Telekinesis
  • Jason Webley and full band
  • Deep Sea Diver
  • Barcelona
  • Wild Ones
  • Sisters
  • Cataldo
  • My Goodness
  • Summer Cannibals
  • Joseph
  • Jherek Bischoff
  • Brent Cowles (You Me &Apollo)
  • Lemelo
  • Brothers From Another
  • Nurses
  • Fauna Shade
  • Tango Alpha Tango
  • S (Jenn Ghetto)
  • Ravenna Woods
  • Murder Vibes
  • Maiah Manser
  • Prom Queen
  • Water Monster
  • Ruler
  • Genders
  • Cuff Lynx
  • So Pitted
  • Porter Ray
  • Deep Creep
  • Gibralter
  • Planes On Paper
  • Fruit Juice
  • Preacher’s Wife
  • Gabriel Mintz
  • Led To Sea
  • Just Lions
  • Hot! Donna
  • Mama Rags
  • Born Of Ghosts
  • Shark The Herald
  • Wind Burial
  • Choir Of Crickets
  • MTS &Tunnels
  • Each &All
  • The Winterlings
  • Crystal Desert
  • Gunpowder Stitches
  • The Juicy Jets

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