Currently in Seattle, WA:

Main Stage




12:00 to 1:15 - DJ T-Top - Movie Soundtracks
DJ T-top has performed in Paris, London and Shanghai as well as providing his eclectic ever changing mix for 5 year residences at Seattle’s Last Supper Club and the Contour. He now concentrates his time producing and mixing at Speed of Sound Audio Complex right here in White Center. T-top will begin the main stage Saturday lineup by choosing a variety of mostly Film Soundtracks and some popular TV themes.

1:30 to 2:15 - Matt the Hoople
An electrifying 70s Rock Experience, Matt the Hoopla will take you on a fantastic glam rock trip to glittering early 70s London.

2:45 to 3:30 - Lounge Vultures
Lounge Vultures is a Seattle Rock band specializing in Post Grunge Emo Core Post Power Pop Punk, and Led Zeppelin mash ups. A non stop adrenalin fueled thrill a minute nitro guzzling spiral death defying guitar solo smorgasbord of carnal an philosophical delights.

4:00 to 4:45 - DJ WD4D
WD4D blasts the hinges off genre definitions with his inventive and eclectic style. Not only a knowledgeable producer but an engaging performer as well, WD4D was named champion of Seattle’s 2010 Battle of the Mega-Mixes.

5:15 to 6:00 - Gunn
From Ass Kickers to Tear Jerkers, the music of Gunn, (also known as Gunn and The Damage Done) encompasses the true emotions of life, gritty and honest. Not always smooth and pretty, but always pure.

6:30 to 8:00 - Delridge Boys

8:30 to 9:00 - Josh, CDQ and Masse Visionz
“Josh McClung was literally born a drummer. When his Mother was pregnant with him, she prayed that a drummer would be born. Fast forward 29 years, and he has now traveled across the world to Seattle from Lithuania to follow his passion in music. Josh has been playing drums professionally for the past 14 years, and wants to share that passion with other musicians.”
 “CDQ, a born and raised Malaysian beat boxer has been been in the game for 4 plus years. He has collaborated with various artist with many genres.
“MasseVisionz, straight from the city of rain, started out as a rapper participating in high school hall cyphers then later on began getting into the underground scene through open mics, and local hip hop events. He was always in it for the adrenaline rather than competition.”

9:30 to 10:00 - EriAm Sisters
Who are The EriAm Sisters?
Mr. Piers Morgan, a hard to please judge of the popular NBC show Americas Got Talent, said to the EriAm Sisters “You are the future, you are the next Destiny Child, you have got incredible voice”. Sharon Osbourne said “right now, there are no girls like the EriAm Sisters in the music industry” while David Hasslehof said “you are the most talented kids I have ever seen since the beginning of the show”.
Before becoming Semi-Finalists on Americas Got Talent, many asked “how it was possible that such a big voice can come out of a little girl”, referring to Haben’s voice recorded when she was only 8 years old. Indeed, Haben and her sisters possesses a voice that is so controlled and mature, you would think your ears were playing tricks on you.
Music’s newest darling, Haben Abraham (15), now makes up 1/3 of the progressively POPular new group EriAm Sisters, the other two thirds are none other than her equally talented and beautiful sisters Salina (17) and Lianda (19). “EriAm” stands for Eritrean-American; the talented and diverse trio wanted a name that would highlight the uniqueness of their cultural makeup and international aspect of their journey. The EriAm Sisters come from a musically and culturally diverse family. Their parents were born in an East African country named Eritrea.

10:00 to Close - Dj T-Top featuring visuals by Benjamin Van Citters
Benjamin Van Citters is a projection and procedural artist as well as programmer.  He works in video games and interactive software and has worked with musicians across all genres to create psychedelic synaesthesia concert-visuals and music videos.

11:00 to 11:45 - Dj T-Top (Movie Soundtracks)
DJ T-top spins Soundtrack Music through the Main Stage TommySound 20,000 watt SAE Line Array Sound System

12:15 to 12:45 - Fashion Show
The Cultural Fashion Show is to promote the culture diversity that we have. The fashion show is run together by both domestic and international students from Seattle Central College who organized the fashion show for their annual biggest school event, Unity Fair. Among the cultures that were shown at the Unity Fair were Indonesia, Vietnam, Malaysia, Japan, Korea, Mexico, Cham, and Mongolia

1:00 to 2:00 - Mambo Cadillac
Mambo Cadillac plays High Octane Salsa and Latin Jazz. Headed by veteran percussionist Tor Dietrichson and featuring the very best Latin singers and instrumentalists in the Northwest, the band has been a mainstay in the Salsa scene in Seattle area for the past ten years. For more information go to

2:45 to 3:30 - Tess Thomas
Tess Thomas is a well-known and loved Pacific Northwest singer. Starting out she opened for acts such as James Brown, Della Reese, Bobby Blue Bland, B.B. King and Tina Turner. For many years Tess was the “First Call” vocalist to sing the National Anthem for Seattle’s major league sports teams. More recently she performed in Marlee Walker’s “Women in Blues” performances. With her own band Tess brings her passionate vocals to a great variety of Blues, Rock, R & B and Ballads.

4:00 to 5:00 - Dj T-Top

5:00 to 6:00 – Adrian Xvaier
A Seattle native, Adrian Xavier’s Reggae Flavored Pop Music has been a fixture in the Pacific Northwest music scene for over a decade; headlining and performing at festivals like Seattle Hempfest, Bumbershoot and the Conscious Culture Festival; plus performing and sharing the bill with a wide range of other artists, such as the Black Eyed Peas, John Legend, Sean Paul, Michael Franti & Spear Head, Katy Perry, Sly & Robbie, Israel Vibrations, Eek-A-Mouse, the Itals, Culture, Kanye West, Naz, Public Enemy and more


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