Kindiependent Kids Rock Series 2019/20 - Info/tickets below
Come and jump around to great music and fun on Saturday mornings from October through February. Buy your tickets in advance to guarantee entry.
Individual show tickets - click on links below to buy tickets for individual shows today. Cost is $5 per person for each show for each person attending i.e. if 1 adult and 1 child, 2 x $5 = $10. 1 adult, 2 kids = $15.
Birthday parties for up to 20 guests and use of private room for food/drinks/fun are available at each performance for between $275 and $350. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for details/bookings.
The Mount Baker Community Club has free parking on the streets around and there are a couple of great places to eat/drink before or after the shows and a great park just opposite.
All shows begin at 10:30am on Saturday and last around 1 hour. Priority given to those who have purchased in advance. Some shows sell out - check back for details. All are welcome!
Tickets on sale from 15th September. Come back soon!
Saturday 26th 10am - The Not-its - Kindiependent
Saturday 9th 10am - Recess Monkey - Kindiependent
Saturday 23rd 10am - Caspar Babypants - Kindiependent
Saturday 14th 10am - Eli Rosenblatt - Kindiependent
Saturday 28th 10am - Brian Vogan & GBs - Kindiependent
Saturday 11th 10am - Recess Monkey - Kindiependent
Saturday 25th 10am- Johnny Bregar - Kindiependent
Saturday 8th 10am- Caspar Babypants - - Kindiependent
Saturday 22nd 10am The Harmonica Pocket - Kindiependent
Saturday 7th 10am- The Not-Its - Kindiependent
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