TV on the Radio, Built to Spill, Flatbush Zombies, More to Play Capitol Hill Block Party 2015

Final Announcement Poster for March 31

Capitol Hill Block Party (CHBP) today announced the first wave of performers confirmed for the 2015 music festival, which is scheduled for July 24-26 in Seattle. Headliners include critically-acclaimed TV on the Radio, UK garage punk band The Kills and New York City electronic duo RATATAT. Discounted three-day passes are on sale now for $99 through April 2.

“This year I feel personally connected to the line up more than ever. I have history with many of the top tier acts dating back to their very first shows in the PNW, so it’s exciting to see them circle back years later headlining our festival. We made a concerted effort to book bands we felt best exemplified the spirit and history of the festival, putting an emphasis on indie rock and punk bands alongside genres like hip-hop and EDM.” said Jason Lajeunesse, the festival’s owner and producer. “We booked the acts we’d want to see and, as a result, the artists we chose reflect the energy and heart of this music festival and neighborhood.”

Fans will be able to enjoy a diverse lineup of local and national musical acts across three days and five stages. Three-day passes are available for $99 through April 2; for $125 between April 3 and July 4; and for $150 beginning July 5. VIP tickets will also be available for $250 and will include limited edition apparel, access to the outdoor VIP beer garden with hosted snacks and beverages, a Capitol Hill Block Party poster, and gifts from our sponsors.

The full musical lineup and single day pass prices and availability will be announced in early June. Details regarding the visual arts program, creative installations, digital activities and more will be announced at a later date.


 

2015 PARTIAL LINEUP

RATATAT • TV On The Radio • The Kills • Toro Y Moi • Built to Spill • The Julie Ruin • Broods • Wye Oak • Flatbush Zombies • Jamie XX * • Giraffage * Shabazz Palaces * DIIV • Com Truise • Deafheaven • Wet • Shannon And The Clams * Unknown Mortal Orchestra * The Flavr Blue * Sam Lachow * BADBADNOTGOOD * Lower Dens * Protomartyr • Daktyl * The Coathangers * Meatbodies • Chastity Belt * Ambassadeurs * Lost Lander * Kite String Tangle * The Wooden Sky * • Smokey Brights • Industrial Revelation • Kinski * Crater * One Above None Below * Slow Bird * Zoolab


 

CAPITOL HILL BLOCK PARTY 2015 TICKET INFORMATION

  • March 31 – April 2: pre-sale three-day passes available for $99, while supplies last
  • April 3 – July 4: three-day pass price will be $125, while supplies last
  • July 5 – July 26: three-day pass price will be $150
  • VIP Packages are available for $250, while supplies last

 

CAPITOL HILL BLOCK PARTY WOULD LIKE TO THANK THEIR SPONSORS

Anheuser-Busch * RIFF  * Santa Fe Tobacco * Red Bull * Alaska Airlines Visa Signature Card * EMP * Porter Novelli Seattle * Hotel Max * Hum Creative * KEXP * KNDD * Caffe Vita


 

MORE ABOUT CAPITOL HILL BLOCK PARTY

Named by USA Today’s “Pop Candy” as one of the “Twelve reasons to visit Seattle”, CHBP offers outstanding musical performances. In addition, the festival features resident art galleries, restaurants, clubs, and stores that help define Seattle as a cultural hub. CHBP’s reputation for bringing the best in regional and touring indie artists to the stage has drawn 10,000 people a day for sold out shows year after year. The Capitol Hill Block Party showcases over 100 of the best Northwest and national bands and DJ’s. CHBP’s low ticket price offers fans five stages over three days each summer in. Surrounded by all the great amenities you get in the middle of our beautiful city, we’re all about independent music and culture, thought, and progressive politics. We feature excellent independent craft booths, food trucks, local non-profits, introduce you to local pro-music politicians, and raise money for The Vera Project (www.theveraproject.org), KEXP (www.kexp.org), and The Capitol Hill Chamber of Commerce, as well as the neighborhood and various other charities.