Fall Free For All Free Music Festival Tacoma!

Posted: October 4, 2011 in Fall Free For All, Music, Northwest Music, Olympia Music

Bringing you the first year of what will hopefully become an annual free music and arts festival in Tacoma!

This Saturday is the first day of the Fall Free for All, a wonderfully lovely music and arts festival held in the theater district in Tacoma. More than 75 acts will be featured including music, arts, poetry, acting, stuff for little children and drunks alike!  Free wristbands allow for free entry to literally everything in existence at the festival, patrons are encouraged to apply for the wrist band early here. The full line up offers a far more extensive list of all the greatness, wonder,  and heavenly divine genius of art that is available, however some of the most notable artists playing at the Music at the Rialto Venue include:

10:30 – Ukulele Ohana
11:30 – Eternal Fair
12:00 – Kris Orlowski
12:45 – The Local Strangers
1:30 – Port St. Willow
3:15 – Northwest Sacred Harp Singers
5:30 – The Tacoma Round, with Noah Gundersen, Kris Doty, and Port St. Willow
7:45 – Paul Rucker
8:30 – Portland Cello Project, with Drew Grow and Horse Feathers
10:30 – Drew Grow and the Pastors’ Wives

12:00 – CityHall
12:30 – Hurtbird
1:15 – Pearly Gate Music
2:00 – Sons of Warren Oates
2:45 – Kelli Schaefer
4:15 – Laura Gibson
5:00 – Portland Cello Project, with Kelli Schaefer and Kevin Sur (of Indian Valley Line)
7:00 – Concours d’Elegance

So go! And remember to sign up for your free wristband, so you can into the free music festival, and of course check out their facebook.



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