Bumbershoot Music Festival 2016

Bumbershoot Music Festival 2016

September 2, 2016 - September 4, 2016
September 2, 2016 - September 4, 2016
Seattle
Seattle
 
 

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Bumbershoot is an annual international music and arts festival held in Seattle, Washington. One of North America's largest such festivals,[1] it takes place every Labor Day weekend at the 74-acre (299,000 m²) Seattle Center, which was built for the 1962 World's Fair. Seattle Center includes both indoor theaters and outdoor stages.[2] The name of the festival was taken from bumbershoot, a colloquial term for umbrella, probably coined in the 19th century as a portmanteau of the words umbrella and parachute.[3]

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Kygo
Norwegian DJ
bornSeptember 11, 1991
Bergen
 
Death Cab for Cutie
 
 
Macklemore & Ryan Lewis
 
 
Tyler, The Creator
American entertainer
bornMarch 6, 1991
Los Angeles, California

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Kyrre Gørvell-Dahll (Norwegian pronunciation: ['ɕyʷ:ɾə 'gø:rvɛɫ̪ daːɫ̪]; born 11 September 1991), commonly known by his stage name Kygo,[7] is a Norwegian DJ, songwriter, record producer and musician. He garnered international attention with his remix of the track "I See Fire" by Ed Sheeran, which has received over 48,7 million plays on SoundCloud and 60 million views on YouTube[8] and his single "Firestone" which has over 320 million views on YouTube with an additional 400 million plays on the music streaming service Spotify, as of August 2016.[9][10] Kygo has accumulated over 300 million views on his music on SoundCloud and YouTube.

Kygo has since released several singles, such as "ID", "Stole the Show", "Here for You", and "Stay", which have debuted on several international charts. Kygo's debut studio album, Cloud Nine, was released on 13 May 2016.[11] Kygo made history on 21 August 2016 when he became the first house music producer to perform at the closing ceremony of the 2016 Rio Olympics.[12]

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Macklemore & Ryan Lewis is an American hip hop duo, formed in 2008, from Seattle, Washington. The duo is composed of Ben Haggerty, a singer who goes by the name of Macklemore,[1][2] and Ryan Lewis, a record producer, DJ, and professional photographer, who met the former at a photo shoot and they have significantly collaborated ever since. In 2009 they released their first collaborative effort, an EP titled VS. EP. They have since followed up with VS. Redux (2010), the Grammy Award-winning album The Heist (2012) and This Unruly Mess I've Made (2016).[2][3]

Macklemore and Lewis' single "Thrift Shop" reached number one on the US Billboard Hot 100 in 2013.[4] The single was soon dubbed the first song since 1994 to top the Hot 100 chart without the support of a major record label by Billboard, although Macklemore, in a slightly unusual recording contract, pays a nominal percentage of sales to use Warner Bros. Records’ radio promotion department to push his singles.[5][6] Their second single, "Can't Hold Us" also peaked at number one of the Hot 100 Chart, making Macklemore and Lewis the first duo in the chart's history to have their first two singles both reach the peak position.[7] Macklemore and Lewis released their debut studio album The Heist on October 9, 2012, which charted at number 2 on the US Billboard 200. The pair won four Grammy Awards at the 2014 ceremony, including Best New Artist, Best Rap Album (The Heist), Best Rap Song and Best Rap Performance ("Thrift Shop"). Their second album, This Unruly Mess I've Made was released on February 26, 2016.

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Death Cab for Cutie is an American alternative rock band, formed in Bellingham, Washington in 1997.[6] The band comprises Ben Gibbard (vocals, guitar, piano), Nick Harmer (bass) and Jason McGerr (drums). In 2014, founding guitarist and producer Chris Walla announced that he would be departing from the band after recording their eighth studio album, Kintsugi.

The band was originally a solo project by Ben Gibbard, when he released the demo album You Can Play These Songs with Chords to positive reception. This led to a record deal with Barsuk Records.[7] Gibbard decided to expand the project into a complete band, releasing their debut album Something About Airplanes in 1998, and their second album, We Have the Facts and We're Voting Yes, in 2000; both records were positively received in the indie community. Their third album, 2001's The Photo Album, gave the band their first charting single, and the release of the group's fourth album Transatlanticism, in 2003, gained the band mainstream critical and commercial success. After signing with Atlantic Records, Death Cab For Cutie released their fifth album and major-label debut Plans in 2005, which received platinum certification from the Recording Industry Association of America. The band released their sixth album Narrow Stairs in 2008, which served as a stylistic departure for the group. Their seventh album, 2011's Codes and Keys, featured the band's first number one single, "You Are a Tourist". Their eighth studio album Kintsugi, the last to feature Walla, was released on March 31, 2015.

Death Cab for Cutie's music has been labeled as indie rock, indie pop, and alternative rock. It is noted for its use of unconventional instrumentation, as well as Gibbard's distinctive voice and unique lyrical style. Since their formation, the band has released eight full-length studio albums, four EPs, two live EPs, one live album, and one demo album.

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Seattle Center
Originally built for the 1962 World's Fair, the 74-acre (30 ha) Seattle Center is a park, arts, and entertainment center in Seattle, Washington. Its landmark feature is the 605-foot (184 m) tall Space Needle, a now-iconic building that was, at its completion, the tallest building west of the Mississippi River. Seattle Center is located just north of Belltown in the Lower Queen Anne neighborhood.

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News Articles6

Bumbershoot 2016, Day 3: Lisa Prank, Thunderpussy, & Deep Sea Diver
blog.kexp.org  –  September 6, 2016
On the final day of Bumbershoot, Lisa Prank started off the musical festivities at KEXP’s Gathering Space. In her colorful crown, sunflower dress, and Doc Martens, It’s easy to picture Robin Edwards, the sole member of the band, as a teenager holed up ...
The Best of Bumbershoot 2016: Sunday
seattlemet.com  –  September 1, 2016
Seattle sports an incredibly rich dance scene, and no outlet showcases as much of the city's choreographic diversity as Velocity Dance Center. Maximum Velocity offers bite sized tastes of the institute's favs in a concise hour-long program. If you've yet ...
The High List, Bumbershoot 2016 Edition
The Stranger  –  August 31, 2016
Seattle's most explosive boy band, Naked Giants, will get you right into *~*FESTIVAL MODE*~*!!! Or at least into a mode more energetic than the bong rip you rode in on. Their exuberant rock/punk sets are a near-constant whirlwind of shredding, thrashing ...
Literary Event of the Week: Celebrate the literary arts at Bumbershoot
seattlereviewofbooks.com  –  August 31, 2016
During all the hoopla over Paul Allen’s Upstream Music Festival coming to Pioneer Square next year, I had to wonder why Allen didn’t just invest in Bumbershoot instead. Two years ago, Bumbershoot found itself in real financial trouble, and One Reel ...
Only The Beat’s Bumbershoot 2016 Schedule
edmhub.com  –  August 25, 2016
It’s almost Bumbershoot! We’ve already sung our praises for this year’s lineup and now that the official schedule’s been released, we’re now facing the task of trying to figure out where we’re be throughout the weekend. I know there’s a lot ...
Bumbershoot 2016: All the Sets You Can’t Miss This Year
dancemusicnw.com  –  August 25, 2016
Bumbershoot is drawing nearer, and schedules have been officially posted, so it is time to decide which acts we must prioritize to see this year. Being one of Seattle’s biggest festivals, Bumbershoot has definitely pulled out all the stops to bring us ...

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