Sound waves /wink. September 25-29th, Seattle will be swept into a musical maelstrom – 140 performers from 20+ countries, spread over 12 phenomenal venues throughout Capitol Hill and Downtown – Decibel Festival is back. Celebrating it’s 10th anniversary, dBx brings a slew of conferences, four OPTICAL A/V showcases, and even some yoga, to round out it’s impressive performance program.
The five day & night event brings names like Orb, Lorde, XXYYXX, Nosaj Thing, Ben UFO and Giraffage, as well as Evian Christ, Dauwd, Lapalux, Poolside, Teen Daze, and Machinedrum to clubs, parks and boats around Seattle. dBx’s got you covered with an Interactive Schedule (powered by Sched) to plan out your experience ahead of time, leaving you with little guess work as to when and where you’ll need to be to catch your favorite artists.
Decibel Festival Passes are available for $250, which gets you into everything except boat parties. Individual Event Ticket prices range from $20-$40. Two showcases have already sold out, so if you’re looking at getting into Lorde on Saturday or Zedd & Friends on Sunday, you’ll need the Decibel Festival Pass. Passes can be picked up at this year’s Will Call Office, located at Broadway Performance Hall, passes must be picked up between specified times!
Short on funds this month but still want a taste? dBx offers a free day time Showcase, rain or shine (most likely rain):
Saturday, Sept 28 2013
DB In The Park
Broadway Performance Hall 11AM-7PM
Artists Poolside and Jenö, with support from Phidelity, Michael Manahan and Natural Magic. This event also features a yoga class, local food trucks, performance art, and beer garden.
The dB Conference is free as well, featuring workshops, panels and lectures, the conference covers 3 days (25th-27th) and runs from noon-6PM at the Broadway Performance Hall.
Grab the appropriate shoes and start practicing your flashiest moves or gentle sway, maybe a good twisting triangle pose – Decibel Festival 10 is less than 2 days away.