Music: Full Capitol Hill Block Party 2012 Lineup Revealed!


CAPITOL HILL – The Capitol Hill Block Party has just released the artist lineup for this year’s block party!  Over 100 of the best Northwest and national bands and Dj’s will be rocking it.  The event will feature excellent independent craft booths, food trucks, local non-profits, introduce you to local pro-music politicians, and raise money for The Vera Project and KEXP, as well as the neighborhood and various other charities.

When?
Friday July 20: 3pm to 2am. Saturday July 21st: 1 pm to 2am. Sunday July 22th: 1 pm to 2am.

Advance tickets are available until July 20 at http://capitolhillblockparty.strangertickets.com and at the gate, the day of the show on a first come, first serve basis. Get your tickets in advance to avoid the lines! The festival box office will open on July 20nd at 8am, July 21rd at 1 pm, and July 22th 1pm

Where?
The main entrance to the Block Party is at E Pike Street & 12th Ave. At this entrance you may purchase tickets, pick up will call tickets, as well as pick up guest list tickets if you are so lucky. Another entrance exists on E Pine St at 10th ave by Odfellows Hall. At this entrance you can access the festival if you already have a hard ticket or wish to purchase a ticket.

How Much?
3 Day Passes are only $85. There will be no reissues for lost or stolen tickets. All sales are final. Rain or shine.

* Note: The last three years of the festival have sold out, and this year we’re lowing capacity each day and the number of tickets available, so we encourage you to purchase in advance.

Best Deal: Buying a print at home 3 day pass in advance,  means you save on mailing or will call fees, single day credit card processing fees and pay less per day. So add it up!

Get your tickets, here.

Written by Charles

Charles Koh founded EatSeattle, and has continued to use his expertise as editor-in-chief to guide the website’s growth over the last five years. Koh’s experience focuses on digital marketing and social media, and has been a part of several companies, some of which he created, specializing in both areas over the course of his career. Koh was previously with Google and Zagat where he helped expand and grow communities worldwide.

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