Fisherman’s Village Music Festival announced their 2018 lineup last week and as you can see from the flyer above, it’s stacked again. Over the last few years it’s been the unofficial start to northwest festival season and with this years selection of bands, they’ll be starting things off with a bang.
The festival will be held March 30 – April 1 instead of its traditional calendar spot in May that it held for the first three years, before moving in 2017, smartly creating some breathing room from Upstream Music Fest which takes place this year in June. Festival founder Ryan Crowther explained in a recent interview with the Everett Herald, “Everything went well with the move,” Crowther said. “Most people are excited to have it happen earlier than later.”
It’s the largest urban music festival north of Seattle and a large crowd, over 5,000, is expected to pour into the streets of Everett once again with a lineup that features names like Kevin Morby, Shabazz Palaces and Oberhofer – view complete lineup HERE.
Ryan Crowther also said, “This a landmark year,” Crowther said. “It shows that the festival is here to stay. It feels incredible to see the community support continue to grow.”
Fisherman’s Village Music Festival is brought to you by KEXP and the Everett Music Initiative and you can get more information about the festival at the festival website HERE and Facebook event page HERE.