Freakout 11 - November 2-5th
Thu, Nov 2 at 6pm - Sun, Nov 5 at 11:30pm
The 11th Annual Freakout, Seattle's highly anticipated fall music festival, is gearing up for its biggest and most eclectic rendition yet. Join us this November 2-5 for an epic year, with headliners like:
Allah-Las: (Playing Friday @ Eagles) Los Angeles-based psych-rock outfit Allah-Las have garnered critical acclaim for their mesmerizing melodies and dreamy, sun-soaked sound. Their captivating live shows transport audiences to a hazy, nostalgic realm where jangling guitars and ethereal harmonies reign supreme.
The Gories: (Playing Saturday @ Eagles) Hailing from Detroit, The Gories have been pioneers of the garage rock revival since the late '80s. With their raw, high-energy performances and gritty sound, they have left an indelible mark on the underground music scene.
The Spits: (Playing Thursday @ Eagles + Friday @ Tractor) With their unapologetic punk ethos and frenetic energy, The Spits will be performing 2 sets at this year’s Freakout. The band consistently delivers an electrifying live experience, and this notorious group has carved out a dedicated fanbase with their legendarily chaotic performances. Prepare to emerge from the pit soaked in a combination of beer and sweat.
Son Rompe Pera: (Playing Sunday @ Eagles) Straight from Mexico, Son Rompe Pera brings their unique blend of cumbia and punk to the Freakout stage. Their vibrant and high-octane performances fuse traditional Latin rhythms with an edgy punk attitude, creating an irresistible and unforgettable sonic experience.
Sextile: (Playing Saturday @ Tractor) Emerging from the vibrant Los Angeles music scene, Sextile has been captivating audiences with their dark, dancey and atmospheric goth soundscapes. Their haunting blend of post-punk and electronic elements creates a mesmerizing sonic landscape and is best experienced on the dancefloor.
Freakout will continue to expand its lineup with additional exciting acts in the coming months, promising an even more extensive and dynamic roster of performers. The current lineup also features Acid Mothers Temple, Death Valley Girls, Jonathan Bree, El Khat, Gift, Lola Kirke, The Brightlight Social Hour, Kepi Ghoulie, GOON, Elis Paprika, Mauro Samaniego, Acid Tongue, Ramona, The Funerals, Michael Rault, Pearl Charles, zzzahara, Nestter Donuts, Monsterwatch, Mengers, Mala Suerte, Las Pijamas, Vondré, Shadow Show, Joudy, Archer Oh, Taleen Kali, Sunset Images, Tuesday Violence, Diminished Men, Brittany Davis, Biblioteka, Black Maracas, The Wind-Ups, All Star Opera, Dark Dazey, SuperMother, Midnight High, Ismay, Ritmo Cascabel, The Sugar Tradition, Moon Owl's Mages, Lobo Lara, Floating Witch's Head, Plum Vision, and Blix.
Freakout will return to Seattle's Ballard neighborhood, which provides the perfect backdrop for the fest. Attendees can explore the neighborhood's unique charm and enjoy the local cuisine in between sets at 8 local venues, each a short walk apart.
Tickets for the 11th Annual Freakout Festival are available now – fans are encouraged to secure their passes early to ensure the best possible price. For more information, including ticketing details and updates, visit the official festival website at www.the-freakout.com.
Freakout is a community-oriented music collective, producer of music festivals and record label. We provide music discovery opportunities for all while supporting artists locally and internationally by focusing on artist needs over profit. For more information, visit freakoutrec.com.