Category: Seattle parties

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

Ghost Gallery’s 2012 Holiday Mini Art Extravaganza!

It’s that time of year, as Ghost Gallery leads up to their 6 YEAR ANNIVERSARY! The gallery will be filled with miniature art, all ready for gifting to friends and family,
or as original art treats for yourself.
Opening Thurs, Nov. 8th 5-9pm
504 E Denny Way at Summit/Olive
*Artwork will be available to take home after purchase beginning Friday, Nov, 9th (the day after the artist reception)* Pieces will also be listed ONLINE as of Nov. 8th.

“We’re proud to have gathered together such a fantastic group of local and national artists~

Allyce Wood
Amber Anderson
Anne Le Fever
Blanka Dvorak (Prague)
Brad Strain
Cait Willis
Carrie Schmidt
Catherine Kail-Tucker
Celeste Cooning
Chandler Woodfin
Cory Benhatzel (NY)
Deviant Decor
Devin Wais (VA, the famous OooohStitchy!)
Erin Kendig
Heather Hydra
Jeanie Lewis
Jesse Link
Jody Joldersma
JoEllen Wang
Kat Houseman (Bellingham)
Kelly J Brownlee
Kim Gordon (San Francisco)
Larkin Cypher
LeBrie Rich (PenFelt, Portland, OR)
Lis Wright-Ivec
Marco Rosichelli (Southern OR)
Margot Bird (NY)
Mary Louise Silva
Mary Ruth Butterworth
Maxx Follis
Natalia Czajkiewicz
Olivia Lazer
Richard David Moore (Richmond, VA)
Ronnie Taylor
Roy Powell
Ryan Molenkamp
Sara Everett
Serrah Russell
Shelly Engels
Terra Holcomb
Twozdai Hulse
Zoë Williams (NY)

This show will be in the main gallery rooms throughout November,
then in the Petite Works room in December. Runs thru 12/31/12.
image: Twin Pinks by Marco Rosichelli, mixed media on wood block 2012
Ghost Gallery Blog ~ PLUS! Visit our new Ghost Gallery Shop

“Twin Peaks” by Marco Rosichelli, mixed media on wood 2012


Another Zombie infestation: ZomBcon ~ Oct 21-23

Zombies Invade Seattle (~again) for ZomBcon the world’s premier Zombie Culture Convention returns to Seattle October 21 – 23 at the Seatac Hilton.

A few bites about of how the infection will spread:

Are you prepared for the zombie apocalypse?

Even Playboy is talking about it:

Northwest Chocolate Festival Oct 22-23

The Northwest Chocolate Festival features the work of twenty bean to the bar craft chocolate makers. The NWCF is the largest gathering of true craft chocolate makers in North America, October 22-34 at Seattle  Center Northwest rooms.

A taste of what you will experience

  • Learn about chocolate with presentations by award winning chocolate makers
  • Crush cacao beans by hand using traditional tools
  • Meet cacao farmers from Ecuador and Peru
  • Learn to taste and distinguish fine chocolate from different origins around the world
  • Taste and experience fresh cacao fruit direct from South America, a rare experience in the United States
  • Discover the health benefits of chocolate
  • Learn how to temper chocolate, make truffles and ganaches, and fine desserts
  • Seduce your senses in the Aphrodisiac Room
  • Expand your palate with chocolate and drink pairings

The amount of artisan chocolate makers gathering for this summit on fine craft chocolate is unprecedented and certainly exciting!

You will have the chance to taste chocolate as well as attend educational workshops and presentations in five of the Northwest Rooms at the Seattle Center. The festival features 16 hours of chocolate culinary demonstrations at the culinary kitchen in the Chocolate Dessert and Confection Room, two full days of talks on culture, trade equity and cocoa agriculture in the World of Chocolate Room.

They also offer the opportunity to enjoy wine, coffee, tea, and beer paired with chocolate in the Beer and Wine Garden.

Don’t miss out on the Aphrodisiac room to experience the sensual nature of chocolate and foods.

And don your mask and fancy ball gown for the Chocolate Masquerade Ball on Saturday night 8-12pm (21+)

Running of the Balls

In Spain, there’s Running of the Bulls. In Seattle, we have Running of the Balls.

10,000 yellow tennis balls are released out of a dumptruck on a very steep hill. Object of the ball dump is to get the balls down the hill as fast as possible. Kids roll up newspapers to use as sticks to get them down the hill and into the pen at the end. The balls all have numbers on them. People have pre-bought the balls and the “winning” ball gets a cash prize. This was an event hosted in Edmonds, Washington by international travel guru Rick Steves.

Shmootzi’s Birthday Party video recap from 1/27/11

Video recap of a Special Event

Shmootzi’s Birthday Party – 1/27/11

at Cafe Racer and the Official Bad Art Museum of Art

with Special Performances by

God’s Favorite Beefcake

Armitage Shanks

Sister Mary F**kFace

Orkestar Zirkonium


Here’s a teaser video below, where the party spills out into the streets!



Shmootzi’s Birthday Party – 1/27/11

Shmootzi’s Birthday Party – 1/27/11

at Cafe Racer and the Official Bad Art Museum of Art

with Special Performances by God’s Favorite Beefcake, Armitage Shanks, Sister Mary F**kFace, and Orkestar Zirkonium


















…And here’s a slideshow of some of our favorite photos of the Birthday Boy

Photos above are by Marlow Harris and JoDavid, and the last three are by Steven Miller taken of Shmootzi at the Bumbershoot Fahion Challenge Grant organized by Greg Lundgren.

Cafe Racer

Official Bad Art Museum of Art

God’s Favorite Beefcake

Armitage Shanks

Sister Mary F**kFace

Orkestar Zirkonium

All videos by JODAVIDEO

Fremont Abbey’s 5th Birthday Bash: Wed Nov 17th

Fremont Abbey, the only arts center in North Seattle, is turning five and having a bash to celebrate!

Fremont Abbey Arts Center, an arts center where everyone can discover something new, is a nonprofit, non-religious, arts & community organization.  It is a vibrant community venue where people of all ages & incomes are supported in their artistic and social development through  collaborative arts experiences.

Located in the artistic Republic of Fremont at 4272 Fremont Ave N the Fremont Abbey is home to The Round, soon to have its 70th monthly collaboration of poets, painters and musicians, that has moved on to cities all across the country.

Come celebrate this enriching organization’s 5th year with family hour face painting, happy hour in the Abbey Cafe, photo booth, music, a raffle, mini auction, door prizes, pin-your-heart-on-the-Abbey & more.




Marcus Eaton Houseparty at Buchholzpalooza II


We were fortunate to be present at a special evening of acoustic music with Marcus Eaton, at the home of David and Christina Buchholz. Recently home from a successful and well-received series of performances in Colorado and Southern California, Marcus is currently working on a new studio album which should be available soon. We were lucky to hear Marcus playing selections off his earlier releases “The Day the World Awoke” and “The Story of Now,” as well as songs off his upcoming CD, plus a special improvised version of “Billie Jean”.

And it turns out we were also celebrating Marcus’ birthday. There was an awesome cake and a Happy Birthday sing-a-long by party attendees.

Marcus continues touring and you can view his schedule on My Space or Facebook. He should be playing locally again soon, and watch Seattle Twist for future local performances.