Note-this is now an archived page for the 2010 Seattle Founders Day Festival August 14th and 15th
Thanks to the bands for making our festival sound so GREAT!!
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BANDS TEXT LINKS
Shenandoah Davis, http://shenandoahdavis.com/ | Feral Children, http://www.myspace.com/feralchildrenseattle | Love Markets (the) http://www.thelovemarkets.com/ | Ramona The Band, http://www.myspace.com/ramonatheband | Redwood Plan, http://www.theredwoodplan.com/ | Ryan Purcell and the Last Round, http://www.ryanpurcell.net/ | Smoke Shack Orkiestra, | Snowman Plan, http://www.myspace.com/snowmanplan | Strong Killing, http://www.myspace.com/strongkillings | Vince Mira, http://www.vincemira.com/ | Witness (the)
With Special performances by
Sage, http://www.sagealicious.info/ | Toy Box Trio, http://www.toyboxtrio.com/
Toy Box Trio........12:50-1:35
The Love Markets........6:40-7:25
DJ street event (DJ TBA)........10:00-Midnight
Pancake Breakfast Fundraiser at The Rendezvous
Sunday August 15th
Ramona The Band........7:50-8:35
Anne Fontaine presents Ocho Loved Flowers at the
at the History Tent
BE SURE TO CHECK THE SATELLITE EVENTS LINK FOR ALL THE EXCITMENT GOING ON IN BEAUTIFUL BELLTOWN
Friends of the Festival
Katie and Mark Stern
Bathtub Gin and Co.
Auction Fundraiser Contributors
A Spoon Full of Paper
Satellite Events are events going on in Beautiful Belltown during,
or shortly after the Founders Day Festival folds up each night.
If you would like to list your Belltown event here,please contact email@example.com
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City wide invitation to come down and have Breakfast with Belltown, come on out and enjoy some of Tia's Buttermilk Pancakes with your neighbors.
10 am - noon at the Rendezvous
Proceeds to benefit the Founders Day Festival 2011 campaign.
Happy Birthday to Cyclops, 20 years of making Belltown Great!
Cyclops Anniversary Event! Sun. Aug 15th from 7:00pm-12:00am
Annual KEXP BBQ!
Saturday the 14th at the Seattle Center Mural Ampitheater, 2pm-9pm
http://www.kexp.org for more details
Sunday, August 15 | in the History Tent
Pike Place Market: Cultural Mirror of Seattle
the Rendezvous/Jewel Box Theater
JA Jance, Book Signing at City Hostel (2237 2nd Ave) during the Founders Day Festival!
5:00-6:30pm Saturday August 14th Signing her new book Queen of the Night
J.A. Jance is
the top 10 New York Times best selling author of the J.P. Beaumont series,
the Joanna Brady series, the Ali Reynolds series, three inter-related thrillers featuring
the Walker family, and a book of poetry. Her books have more than 10 million copies in
In her latest series, Jance introduces Ali Reynolds, a 45-year-old television
anchorwoman who's just been fired for being too old in Edge of Evil. She's mad as hell
and, at the suggestion of her college senior son, starts a blog called cutlooseblog.com.
She leaves LA for her hometown of Sedona, Arizona and before she knows it there's a
murderer in her sights. The second Ali Reynolds hardcover, Hand of Evil, will published
by Touchstone in December 2007.
Jance is an avid crusader for many causes including the American Cancer Society,
Gilda's Club, the Humane Society, the YMCA and the Girl Scouts. A lover of animals,
she has a golden retriever, Daphne, named for Daphne du Maurier.
Born in South Dakota and raised in Bisbee, Arizona, Jance and her husband now split
their time between Seattle, Washington and Tucson, Arizona.
Bookseller- Seattle Mystery Bookstore
Eat My Shorts Play 'Feast' at Open Circle Theater
Dates From August 06, 2010
Through August 28, 2010 7:30 PM
Fridays and Saturdays only
Open Circle Theater
2222 Second Ave, 2nd Floor (between Bell & Blanchard Ave, above Buddha Bar)
Seattle, WA 98121
EAT MY SHORTS at Open Circle Theater is a ten-minute play festival highlighting spectacular works by local playwrights.
Twenty-four original plays will be performed the first three weekends of August. Each weekend the audience, along with a panel of celebrity judges, will choose two plays as Tastiest Bites to receive an additional performance the final weekend of August as Best of the Fest.
In addition, the audience favorite of all three weekends will be chosen as a Blue Plate Special and will receive an opportunity to perform their piece at Bumbershoot.
Tickets only $10 and available online at Brown Paper Tickets: http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/119854
an imaginary History of the end of the World from 1954 - 20XX"
Written and directed by William D. Brattain
the shadow of the monorail sits a building with no name. Once a nightclub,
most recently bland office space, and formerly a theater, we have swooped
in to reappropriate this space according to our whims and desires: this
space fallen into disuse by the same calamity that has rendered so much
of our fair city abandoned and flailing.
The Irrealist Theater (TIT) defines Irrealism as the subjective use of established, empirical truths for the auspices of awesome and aberrant circumstances. Fiercely devoted to the creation of new work in theater, installation, and sculpture, TIT is developing the Irrealist aesthetic for the masses, for artists to use as they see fit, and to usher in a new age of art at the beginning of the twenty-first century.
We have many, many allies.
Working out of Implied Violence's secret warehouse and utilizing the talents of Seattle's most dedicated and hard-working artists, The Irrealist Theater, a new company brandishing a new artistic movement presents to you a new site-specific play (this is as it should be):
"Amniotes: an imaginary History of the
end of the World from 1954 - 20XX"
Featuring the work of:
Actors Meredith Binder, Sharon Dummar and Jeffrey Willey, plus many
"Amniotes" received a staged reading in December of 2008 at the Free Sheep Foundation in its former Belltown location.
Location: 2115 5th Avenue, Seattle, Washington
In conjunction with "Amniotes", visual artist Thomas Vincent Chapel presents new art and installation work in "Beyond Boss", featuring KRONOS.
Opening reception: August 12th. Closing reception:
Produced in cooperation with Implied Violence, Boom! Theater, GreenStage and the Seattle Founders Day Festival.
Saturday August 14 · 7:00pm - 9:30pm
The Rendezvous | Jewel Box Theater
2322 2nd ave
Local Celebrity Guest Stars,
The Ogress from PUSS-N-BOOTS,
Babette La Fave,
Miss Anita Goodmann,
Nelson Heston Riley & Vincent Drambuie
for a chance to win fabulously funny prizes.
Meisce - http://myspace.com/meisce
The Legendary River Drifters - http://myspace.com/thelegendaryriverdrifters
Starving Art Family - http://myspace.com/starvingartfamily
Sunday, August 15th
FREE AS HELL! - 21+
box Theater - 2322 2nd Ave.
Ladies' Choice Presents:
7pm - The Quit - http://myspace.com/thequit
8pm - They Rise, We Die - http://myspace.com/theyrisewedie
9pm - The Deadless - http://myspace.com/bendeadless
10pm- Hidden Number - http://myspace.com/hiddennumber
11pm- SinDios - http://myspace.com/sindiosarmy
12am- Black Science - http://myspace.com/blacksciencemusic