2016 Block Party At The Station

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2016 Block Party At The Station
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Join us Saturday, June 18th for the 2016 Block Party at The Station, the annual hiphop music and arts festival hosted by The Station cafe on Beacon Hill! The festival showcases and celebrates South Seattle's diverse creative community and provides a stage for local hiphop artists, a group largely underrepresented at other Northwest music festivals. For the 2016 Block Party at The Station we are partnering with Got Green, as well as Beacon Arts who will curate a visual arts alley featuring work for sale by local artists!

For more info, visit: http://stationblockparty.com

With performances by:
Stasia Meschel
Black Stax
Otieno Terry
Aisha Fukushima
ALPHA P. featuring Julie-C, Jack Gaffle & Suntonio Bandanaz
Graffiti Village Tour w/ Jamil Suleman, Jeffon Seely & Ari Glass
Shontina And The Sugar Shack
Sleep Steady
Travis Thompson
Silas Blak
(((The Jam))) Crew
Sendai Era
Rogue Pinay
Carlos Nieto
Aji & Adonis Piper
Yirim Seck

Reverend Dollars
Last Night's Mixtape

Hosted By:
Nikkita Oliver
Brett Hamil
Kirby Teuila Grey

Northwest Tap Connection
Youth Speaks
Seattle Capoeira Center

Live Painting by:
Crick Lont (dozer art)
They drift
Leo Shallat
Henry Luke

Sponsored by:
Concuss Creations
Day Moon Press
Dockside Cannabis
El Centro de la Raza
Gabriela Seattle
Hollow Earth Radio
Susan Sanders Realtor

Belle And Bay Jewelry
Clean Greens Farm & Market
Coleena’s Counter
Concuss Creations
Constantine Screen Printing & Boutique
Diana Lee
Food and Sh*t
Gossamer Chains Jewelery
Haley Williams
Hood Famous Bake Shop
Jake Prendez
Jamaican Island Cuisine Northwest
Patricia Ann Wilson
Neemas Comfort
Rebels & Scholars
ROAR: Roots of All Roads Mobile Farm Stand
Shades of Silence
Street Treats
ThisThat Screen Printing & Design

Poster design by Gabriel Teodros
Photo by Julie C

Block Party at The Station is and always will be a free event, open to every member of our community, with a particular focus on providing a safe space and spotlight for artists of color, the LGBT community, and youth voices. Our event is funded through sponsorships and grants by local businesses, arts organizations, and individuals, free from corporate or big-business influence. The festival also incorporates food vendors from local South End restaurants, live painting by Station-affiliated artists, demonstrations and performances by youth-focused organizations, and a dedicated space for kids and families to hang out.

For more info, visit: http://stationblockparty.com
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By: The Station