Chance of Rain: Urban Arts and Music Festival 2016, Sep 28-Oct 2

Alas, with Seattle’s beloved Decibel Festival will not be returning this year. It may not be gone for good, bur as founder Sean Horton relocated to LA, it was put on extended hiatus. But worry not, music fans. Starting this Wednesday, September 28, there’s a new digital sheriff in town. Hark, Chance of Rain, an Urban Arts and Music Festival, where “sun, rain, art, dancing and friends are in the forecast.” Here’s a rundown of events. Most are free with your festival pass, or you can purchase tickets for individual shows. All events are 21+. Festival passes are $125. See the official website for full details. Wednesday, September 28 On Wednesday, the party kicks off Wednesday night at Q Nightclub (1426 Broadway) with Jacques Greene. According to Q Nightclub’s website: “In fewer than two years, this enigmatic young producer from Montreal has given the current musical landscape progressively deeper ideas of what music can mean in the new decade. With a slew of remixes and original releases that haven’t skipped a beat, the talented songwriter has already collaborated with Radiohead, Katy B, and Jimmy Edgar.” Tickets are $11. Thursday, September 29 At Q Nightclub Thursday’s festivities include a personal favorite of mine, Detroit’s own Derrick May, along with … Continue reading Chance of Rain: Urban Arts and Music Festival 2016, Sep 28-Oct 2