The 5th Annual NW Vintage Wedding Fair

The 5th Annual NW Vintage Wedding Fair

Saturday, May 10th, 2014
11-12PM Private VIP Preview
12-3:30PM Gen Admin

Fremont Abbey
4272 Fremont Ave N, Seattle, WA 98103

The NW Vintage Wedding Fair has grown from a boutique trunk show to become THE venue where all couples can find authentic vintage wedding treasures, nostalgic and handmade items, unique local vendors and oodles of inspiration all in one place. Now in it’s 5th year, couples will find the event dynamic and thriving, offering an array of vintage-styled wares, jewelry, services, favors, photographers and much more.

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“Brides have always loved nostalgic details, but over the past decade we are seeing entire weddings designed with vintage looks.  And WOW, couples are really doing some beautiful things to celebrate!”  ~ R. Wagner

We are excited to introduce the following vendors for our Spring 2014 event:

Pretty Parlor and her new Bridal Boutique (Our featured vendor!)


Barones Lovey de Luxe

Blush Celebrations

Botanique Floral

Bremerton Letterpress

Calliope Jewelry

Comet Tours

Dahlia Press

Firstlight Photography

Hello Heart Department

Julianne Santos Weddings & Events

Kimmi Designs

London Couture

Lucky Vintage

Rustic Dreams Photography

Stone Layne Baked Goods

The Bureau Bellingham

The Fremont Abbey

Vintage Ambiance Rentals

With These Rings

Wren Bird Arts

Plus a special handmade wedding backdrop installation by Celeste Cooning!

Music by DJ Vodka Twist!

Don’t wait to get your VIP tickets, so you get the first look at these inspiring artists and designers.

STUDIO 66 Feb 2014

STUDIO 66: 60’s Dance Night, DJ’s, Bands, Go-Go Dancers Seattle Feb 1st!

Seattle’s longest running 60’s night

Saturday February 1st, 9PM Doors


At The Lo-Fi Performance Gallery
429 Eastlake Ave E,
Next to the Victory Lounge

A night of 60’s MOD, Psychedelic and Garage Rock, Vintage Soul, Brit-Pop, Acid Jazz and International Pop- plus Fabulous Go-Go dancers and some of the Northwest’s Best bands.


The Gentle Pop of

Our House Band
The 66’ers

As always with Resident DJ’s

(“It’s a MOD MOD World” Modcast)


(Straight from London)

Plus Go-Go Dancing by

Psychedelic visuals in the front lounge, bands in the second room, two bars.

$9 cover
21 + admitted

More info and directions here.

STUDIO 66 May 4th

Studio66 May 4th 2013

A night of 60’s mod, psychedelic and garage rock, vintage soul, Brit-pop, acid jazz and international pop.

Featuring Live Music From –

60’s Power Pop Legends!

Studio 66’s own house band – THE 66’ERS

As always with Resident DJ’s CHRISPO, VODKA TWIST, and PELVIS


21 + admitted

Facebook Page:

Event Page for May 4th

Bumbershoot turns 41!

The Labor Day weekend, harbenger of the end of summer, brings North America’s largest urban arts festival, Bumbershoot to Seattle.

Now in the 41st year,  Bumbershoot is world renowned for showcasing musical talent.  And while there are a myriad of music choices, Bumbershoot by it’s very name is an umbrella of the arts (from the slang: bum•ber•shoot —n. informal An umbrella.)

So be sure not to miss:

The Magic Show at the Center Pavilion everyday from 11am-8pm, a multimedia exhibit that explores illusion, conjuring, levitation, and transformation.

Get your guns up with 2010 Stranger Genius Award winner Marya Sea Kaminski’s Bonnie and the Robberi, a collection of rock covers, original songs, and monologues that explore societal themes of women with firearms, love, and violence and is backed by the musical talents of Landlords Daughter.

Bumber by Number a fully interactive color by number show featuring some of Seattle’s favorite visual art talents and is curated by the beloved Marlow Harris & Jo David.  Pick up a veggie and join in the communal art creation.

Movies at SIFF Cinema and McCaw Hall feature projects: Films4Families, 48 Hour Film Project, Nerds Unite, and Animation for Adults, just to name a few.

Just in case you spend all your Bumbershoot days watching movies, seeing visual art shows, eating and shopping the vendor booths.  You can still catch a fabulous line up of musicians at Bumbershoot After Dark, a collaboration with Decibel, One Reel,  Seattle Center, & Kaos Theory.  This late night (10pm-4am) celebration at Exhibition Hall, features some of the most acclaimed electronic music performers and deejays.  Saturday brings the musical stylings of Craze, Claude Van Stroke, Jokers of the Scene, and The Dowlz. Sunday’s line-up is Z-Trip, Four Tet, and Dam Funk. Bumbershoot After Dark is boasting this collaboration “to be the most adventurous stage configuration that any of the organizations have ever produced throughout their 100+ years of collective experience.”

Be warned if you go to Bumbershoot expecting to get a glimpse of John Oates fabulous mustache, you will be disappointed.  It has only been seen once in the last 25 years: last year’s National Moustache Convention where he was a special guest.  

For a breakdown of all the Bumbershoot events & happenings check the official SCHEDULE. Hall & Oates take the Bumbershoot main stage on Monday.

The Soul Hole Summer BBQ Edition – July 30th!

This Friday Night! Georgetown is gonna be a Twisting and a Frugin, as The Soul Hole throws down with a “Summer BBQ Edition” at The Georgetown Ballroom.
7 sets of music to be played by DJ’s: Greg Vandy, Miss Lilli, Nipper, Cruddy, Self-Administered Beatdown, Chilly and Johnny Horn, with a live music by The Basements.

If that don’t make you wanna jump up and dance nothing will!   If the party gets to crowded just do the Cavern Stomp!

Georgetown Ballroom
5623 Airport Way South


$5/ 21+

Food and Drink available

Kings Of The Vinyl Frontier

Check out this new monthly night at Smarty Pants in Georgetown brought to you by DJ Cash Audio ( Scott Giampino) and DJ Kingblind (Morgan) . This Saturday June 26th spinning the tunes are Lisa (DJ Teenage Rampage), Morgan (DJ Kingblind) and DJ EL TORO will be spinning at our new DJ night…

Cost: 100% free

Date: Saturday June 26th

Time:  *7pm till closing (*Normally we will start at 9pm but this June edition of KVF is an Artopia supershow.. so we are starting at 7pm)

Please check out  Kings Of The Vinyl Frontier for complete details and directions

Studio 66 Saturday Aug 1st!


Seattle 60’s Night STUDIO 66 is at Lo-Fi this Saturday.
Live Music by The Tripwires and Goldie Wilson
Go-Go Dancing by The Tangerine Tonic Go-Go Troupe
Resident DJs Chrispo, Gort, Vodka Twist
Joined by Special Guest Agent Double-O S.O.U.L.
Two Rooms, Two Bars, Two Bands Four DJs = Eight Bucks

Saturday August First @
Lo-Fi Performance Gallery
429 Eastlake Ave E.

* * * *

Also Join Studio 66 Resident DJ’s Chrispo and VodkaTwist
at MOE BAR 1425 10th Ave E (next to Neumo’s)
Last Thursdays (July 30th, Aug 27th, Sept 24th +)




Last Thursdays MOE BAR hosts a night featuring resident STUDIO 66 DJ’s Chrispo and Vodka Twist who join special guests for a night of Sixties and Sixties inspired sounds: BRIT POP, GARAGE ROCK, VINTAGE SOUL & INTERNATIONAL POP

MOE BAR is the bar next to Neumo’s on 10th E Pike across from the Comet. Admission is always free and the place is always warm and friendly. MOE MOD has been going on for over a year and is a fun way to spend a Thursday night. 21+ 9PM-2AM

Bag Painter and Co. ~ Chris Crites and Travis Lampe Friday June 12th at the Roq La Rue

Roq la Rue

Chris Crites
new paintings


Travis Lampe
“Best Loved Tales of Misery and Woe”
new paintings

opens Friday
June 12th 6-9pm
with music by
DJ Vodka Twist

Roq La Rue Gallery
2312 2nd Ave
Seattle 98121

Roq La Rue is pleased to host Chris Crites second show at the gallery, a new series of paintings entitled “About:Face”.
Working with acrylic on paper (including his trademark paper bags), Crites’ hyper meticulous works explores the communicative plane we humans share that speaks to us on so many levels that language cannot. This body of work is a continuation of Crites exploration of faces from different stages in time. Part of what fascinates Crites is the unseen story, or history behind each image, and depict very poignant moments in the subjects lifetime, captured in a still image. He says “By working in a larger scale and with different materials, this series represents a challenge to myself and what I believe to be some of my most engaging paintings.”

Travis Lampe makes his debut at the gallery with a show entitled “Best Loved Tales of Misery and Woe”.
Working in his humorous trademark retro animation inspired style, this exhibition “Is about a creeping stain of woe that is so permeating that it’s gone back in time and spoiled all of your childhood memories – but in a funny way.” says Lampe.

More info coming soon.
Please contact us to be on a preview list!
(Text from the Roq la Rue website)

Meow A Go-Go Wednesdays at the Tiger Lounge


Every 1st, 2nd and 3rd Wednesday at Georgetown’s Swingin New Venue The Tiger Lounge!

412 Orcas St just off 4th ave S

Go-Go Cuties, Killer Cocktails and a Brilliant Retro Scene made Visceral by DJ Agent Double O-S.O.U.L. on deck and the Lovelies of Burning Hearts Burlesque on the Go-Go beat!

Drink and Socialize in our Front Lounge, Dancetarium, Main Bar & Back Patio 6pm to Midnight

This is the funnest new club in town reminiscent of the Back Door Lounge way back when

Guest DJ Vodka Twist July 3rd

Speakeasy Tuesdays at Rosebud (and 1st Anniversary Party 5/12)

Greetings all you vamps, tramps, flappers and philosophers! For the past year,
the Speakeasy has been bringing you back in time to an era of vision and vice,
prohibition and progress, crime and creativity. And for the past year many of
you have come to drink in the history, cool down your heels, and kick them up on

And even as history repeats itself, the ingenuity of the American spirit in
having a good time and laughing in the face of economic turmoil remains intact.
Owing to that, each and every week the Speakeasy still comes on strong, and now
has made it to its first birthday!

So come on by to celebrate the one-year anniversary of the only night in the
West Coast that features 1920-30’s jazz/blues/rags/dancebands!
And if you’ve
been meaning to go and haven’t made it yet, well, you’ve missed over 50 chances,
but don’t worry, we’re a forgiving bunch! We’ll make it worth your while with
drink specials and some special giveaways, so drape some dapper threads and tip
along the stroll to the Rosebud!

719 E PIKE 21+ 10PM FREE

Wayfarers of the Gypsy Mansion a musical bazaar of sorts


“These are the times, my friends. And these are the days. Where the world becomes malleable, palpable. When novelty and genius are within our reach. We are cautioned against being passionate about these things by tales of progress turned to greed and of technology turning on us. And yet, the golden light is just right, the clocks are synchronizing, the stars are in alignment.

This is what we celebrate tonight. We celebrate these transient times, with these transient artists.” – c. lantz

WAYFARERS OF THE GYPSY MANSION – a musical bazaar of sorts

Sunday, May 10, 2009 3 pm to 10 pm
The Little Red Studio
750 Harrison Street, Seattle, WA
ALL-AGES, $15 donation

Wearables, craftables, and edibles provided by a plethora of local and regional artisans. We will take a dinner break (with DJ) at 6:30 pm – please bring your own sack meal, a picnic to share, or food can be acquired from two of our vendors. Vegan options available. Adult beverages can be purchased by 21+ individuals.

Spread the word. All are welcome.

Roq La Rue presents Stella Hultberg & Andrew Hem


Stella Hultberg

ink and watercolor on tea stained paper



Andrew Hem

oil on panel


Roq La Rue presents Stella Hultberg & Andrew Hem new paintings

Opens Friday Feb 13th 2009 6-9pm
• artists in attendance •
  Roq la Rue is pleased to present two solo shows for the month of February. Both artists deal with feeling isolated whether alone or in a broader cultural sense. Andrew Hem’s paintings depict young, waif like women who seem to cull an inner strength from within themselves. They are surrounded by imaginary creatures, both animals as well as more mythological type spirits that seem to dwell in the cathedral settings over shadowing the main subjects. Stella Hultberg’s art nouveau inspired sylphs are more more fluid and melancholy in this show. This show is based on Stella’s exploration of the fragility of human emotions, and the point where emotions can either break or become stronger.
  We hope you will join us for a reception with the artists ths Friday, Feb 13th from 6-9pm. Please contact us with any questions or to request an online preview of the shows.
And of course everything is better with dj vodka twist !

 Roq La Rue Gallery
“Purveyors Of  Pop Surrealism
and Underground Contemporary
Art Since ’98”

New Year’s Rockin’ 80’s Eve!

Throw on your Red Leather high waisted pants, ankle boots, off the shoulder shirt, rat your hair, and prepare to boogie in the New Year to the magical spinning of DJ Paco!
Fun fun fun! Starts 9pm. Free. 
Hosted by Ross & Molly the Cafe’s Newlyweds
Your New Years Bartenders/80’s Fashionistas: Ms. Heather Hughes and Ms. Cissy
Cafe Racer located in the heart of Rose Town
5828 Roosevelt Way NE

LUSHY at the New Year’s Eve Swank-O-Rama @ The Rendezvous


New Year’s Eve. Looking to attend something different, something special, something classy and hep, yet not stuffy? Then look no further than the Swank-O-Rama at Belltown’s Rendezvous! Lushy will be ruling the lair of The Grotto with it’s intoxicating blend of bossa-beats, tiki-tones, reggae-rhythms, and alterna-pop, with a few Christmas gems thrown in for cheery measure. Upstairs in the Jewel Box Theatre will be the musical machinations of the 7-piece Seattle band, Awesome. And, for your pre-recorded pleasure, DJ Vodka Twist will be spinning in the Velvet Lounge. For a night to remember, The Rendezvous will be THE PLACE TO BE New Year’s Eve!

Admission is $15. Advance tickets are available at