Tiki Trash Trailer Bash with Lushy and DJ Vodka Twist
Join us June 24th & 25th for the inaugral “Tiki Trash Trailer Bash Weekender” at the legenadry Sou’Wester Lodge located in the south end of Washington’s coast in Seaview. Aside from the music you will be able to peruse the grounds and view (or rent!) its 20 amazing vintage trailers, cabins or camp spots. In addition to the festivities onsite you can explore miles of coastline and the interesting town of Seaview with it’s famed karoke divebar & local brewery located just outside the main gate.
THURSDAY, JUNE 11TH – LUSHY SET AT 8PM
To celebrate the official opening of the Chophouse Row project, developer Dunn & Hobbes, along with the project’s tenants and neighbors, is throwing a neighborhood party on the evening of Thursday, June 11. The party will take place in the alley and courtyard at 1424 11th Avenue on Capitol Hill.
Festivities will include an outdoor beer garden and live stage with performances by local bands Breaks & Swells and Lushy, as well as sounds from Seattle DJ Wesley Holmes. Food and drink will be provided by ground floor tenants Chop Shop Cafe & Bar, Kurt Farm Shop, Amandine, and Bar Ferd’nand, as well as neighbors Osteria La Spiga, Cupcake Royale, and Café Pettirosso. The party will take place from 5pm to 10 pm, and will coincide with the Capitol Hill Art Walk.
Lushy returns to Vito’s Saturday, September 21st from 9PM to midnight fall into the autumnal equninox with us…in other words…bottoms up !
Poster by Rod Filbrandt!.
Hey you snazzy kids- Lushy returns to Vitos on Friday, September 30 from 9pm-midnight. The line up for the evening will be Andy Sodt- sax, flute, melodica and ukelele; Annabella Kirby-vocals, shakers; Patrick Napper- guitar, trumpet, flugelhorn; Shane Peck- drums. Don’t miss it and don’t forget your dancing shoes !!!
LUSHY at VITO’S
Friday, Sept 30
Poster by Rod Filbrandt
Vito’s is an iconic restaurant and lounge located on First Hill. Opened in 1953, it has a history rich in cocktail culture, organized crime and east coast, family style Italian food.In April of 2010, Jeff Scott and Greg Lundgren purchased this Seattle institution and began a major restoration of the space. Their goal is to return Vito’s to the glamor and style of the 1950s, respect its colorful past and set the course for a 21st-century resurrection. Over the years the club has fallen into disrepair and poor alterations. They have replaced the dance floor with a performance space centered around a grand piano, with lounge singers, jazz trios and Lynchian curiosities that will dazzle and entertain into the early morning.
927 Ninth Avenue
Seattle, Wa 98104