When you think of the ideal location for a concert, what do you usually think of? A stadium? A designated concert venue? Someone’s house? Screw all that, how about an auto-repair store? If you live in or near the Seattle area and are in the mood to see three of the finest punk outfits coming out of the West Coast all in one auto-repair store, consider stopping by Seattle’s Repair Revolution on Saturday, June 4th.
Repair Revolution is proud to present a jam-packed night of empowerment and rocking the fuck out in the form of San Francisco-based queer punk supergroup The Homobiles (which notably features Lynn Breedlove of Tribe 8), as well as Cockeye, Portland’s defining high-octane queer/feminist punk band, notable for their energetic and personality-driven live performances. Rounding out the bill is local dance-punk outfit My Parade.
GSBA award-winning shop Repair Revolution was founded with a vision to empower clients by teaching them about their vehicles and build community for people that want to learn to work on their own cars. A continuation of this mission is to produce fun queer spaces for community events, such as live music shows. The owner, Eli Allison along with booking/events coordinator, Slaven Slaven, and sound engineer, Jamie Henkensiefken, create an inventive and professional venue space to highlight queer musicians. In the past, Repair Revolution has hosted fellow local favorites CHILDBIRTH, S, Sassyblack, My Parade, Aeon Fux, Tenderfoot, ManDate, and many others.
For those interested in the show, you can find out more information about the show at https://www.facebook.com/events/1882317638661853/. Tickets will be $8, and will be available at the door.