Kindiependent Kids Rock Series 2019/20 - Info/tickets below
Season pass is $35 per person. Buy a pass for each of you attending. A series pass and lanyard will be issued at the first show you attend. Each pass allows 1 person to attend all of the fun and fabulous 10 Kindiependent shows and 7 Pied Piper shows at the Mount Baker Community Club. The advance series pass guarantees you admission even if we are sold out on the day and includes a VIP series lanyard. All events on Saturdays at 10:30am.
Individual shows are $5 per person.
All shows start at 10:30am. There is free parking on the streets around Mount Baker Community Club and great places to eat/drink before and after next door
Birthday parties with a private room for eating/drinking/hosting with a view of the concert are also available at $275. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for details.
Saturday 26th - The Not-Its tickets here
Saturday 9th - Recess Monkey tickets here
Saturday 16th - Clay Martin’s Puppet Theater
Saturday 23rd - Caspar Babypants tickets here
Saturday 30th - Roberto the Magnificent
Saturday 14th - Eli Rosenblatt tickets here
Saturday 21st - Bill Robison
Saturday 28th - Brian Vogan & GBs tickets here
Saturday 4th - Cap’n Arrr!
Saturday 11th - Recess Monkey tickets here
Saturday 18th - Eric Haines
Saturday 25th - Johnny Bregar tickets here
Saturday 8th - Caspar Babypants tickets here
Sat 15th - Louie Foxx
Saturday 22nd - Harmonica Pocket tickets here
Saturday 7th - The Not-Its tickets here
Saturday 21st - Linda Severt's Juggle Tunes
Kindiependent is a collective of like-minded musicians who are passionate about cultivating a vibrant kids and family music scene in the Pacific Northwest. Two Saturdays a month, November - March, one of the Kindiependent bands performs a rock concert just for kids.
“Seattle: Ground Zero for Cool Kids’ Music … the Seattle kids’ music scene is so interesting these days. Today’s parents, who grew up listening to Nirvana, Pearl Jam, Soundgarden, the Presidents of the United State of America and other local wonders, might just be the unwitting witnesses to another Seattle music renaissance, this one in children’s music." – Martha Brockenbrough, MSN.com