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TIMBER! Outdoor Music Festival 2015 exploded last weekend with bubbles and dust and sunshine and lots of music, nature and more music. The bridge over the river transported us to an otherworldly place where music drifted over sunkissed treetops and old friends laughed around campfires and children played naked in the river and men with rockets on their feet descended from the sky and young girls saw band after band with strong female voices and everybody bicycled and hiked and paddled and Beat Connection got us on our feet and La Luz spun some sort of choreographed Ferris Bueller’s Day Off moment and David Bazan made us cry into our wool blankets and The Dead Milkmen birthed a whole new generation of punk rockers and the voices of The Head and The Heart tucked us in. Thank you Kevin, Phil and Chad at Artist Home for another unforgettable weekend!
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We had such an amazing time at TIMBER! Outdoor Music Festival this year—including, but not limited to: (1) sitting front-and-center through J Mascis‘ mind-altering set, (2) watching Damien Jurado‘s gorgeous set from our tent, (3) the Milky Way overhead, (4) swimming in the river with good friends, (5) feeling a world away in Tolt-MacDonald Park, and (6) spending the weekend with some of our favorite people and artists. Thank you Kevin, Phil and Chad at Artist Home! Photos are below and films are to come…!
top photo courtesy of Crews Photography & Video
It was that time of day when the sun was at its highest, with a hint of heat-induced delirium creeping over the crowd, when the witchy tree people of Kithkin took to the Main Stage at TIMBER! Outdoor Music Festival.
What happened next was a frenzy of music and mania and maybe even sorcery that spellbound the audience and provided one of the most memorable sets of the weekend. So much happened—guitars were played with teeth, Lemolo’s Kendra jumped on stage for an impromptu drum jam, Kithkin’s Kelton Sears wandered through the crowd preaching post-apocalyptic screes and a banana was eaten. Into the microphone.
Lucky, lucky us. We again had the good fortune of joining Seattle’s only (and best!) mobile food tour as it added a local band to the mix for a night of indie pop, mouthwatering eats and a four-wheeled foray up, down and all about town and into some of Seattle’s best kept culinary secrets.
We’re firm believers that White Moustache gastro-guide Bryce Lathrop is one part Bacchanalian storyteller, two parts food anthropologist and three parts epicurean shaman. Meaning, he has the epicure for all that ails you and you’ll emerge from your food coma two days later boasting some anecdotal food history to boot. In a perfect interlacing of the senses, he invited one of our favorite up-and-coming bands OK Sweetheart to serenade a busload of gleefully gluttonous traveling tastebuds. Bryce played raconteur and the band played songs sweeter than milk and honey and everyone filled their bellies with cupcakes, barbecue, fried pickles and heaven.
Take a look at the video above (or the shorter videos below) for a glimpse at the night.
If you like what you see, don’t hesitate to purchase tickets for the next Musical Plates food tour!