Capitol Hill Block Party 2016

Book tickets

Jul 22 - Jul 24 2016

Seattle, Washington (Capitol Hill)

$135 - $165 (3-Day GA); $300 (VIP)

For the past 20 years Capitol Hill Block Party has proven its reputation for bringing some of the greatest Northwest and national performers. CHBP has evolved from a one-day event with just one stage to an annual three-day music festival with an expected turnout of upwards to 30,000 attendees for 2016. CHBP offers exceptional musical performances in addition to defining Seattle as a cultural hub by showcasing resident art galleries, independent craft booths, restaurants and stores while also bring awareness to local pro-music politicians, The Vera Project, KEXP, and non-profit The Capitol Hill Chamber of Commerce.

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Festival schedule is not released yet.

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