The Wanna-Bes, Lisa Marr with the Tranzmitors

The Seattle Pop Punk Festival Day 2

The Wanna-Bes

Lisa Marr with the Tranzmitors

The Hextalls, Dreadful Children, Who Is She, Waffle Stomper, The Cheap Cassettes

Fri Jan 11 2019

Doors: 6:00 pm / Show: 7:00 pm

El Corazon

$13.00 - $15.00

This event is 21 and over

2nd Annual Seattle Pop Fest is happening! 
2 day passes are available as well.

Offical Facebook page is at 
facebook.com/TheSeattlePopPunkFestival/

The Wanna-Bes
The Wanna-Bes
Pop-punk band from Longview, Washington.
Lisa Marr with the Tranzmitors
Lisa Marr with the Tranzmitors
Lisa from Cub teams up with the Tranzmitors
The Hextalls
The Hextalls
Pop punk band from the Pacific North West with fun songs about things like hockey and video games.
Dreadful Children
Dreadful Children
Dreadful Children champion the unlikely equation of Iron Maiden–esque riffery and the Toy Dolls' sense of bouncy, infectious absurdity and somehow create a mad-scientist hybrid that totally kills! -the Stranger, Seattle
Who Is She
Who Is She
Who Is She? is members of Tacocat, Chastity Belt, and Lisa Prank. Started as a friendship project writing songs based on the missed connection ads from Seattle newspaper the Stranger when Robin Edwards (Lisa Prank) and Bree McKenna (Tacocat) were living in bedrooms next door to each other at legendary Seattle punk house Spruce House, the two Seattle music celebs then enlisted another gal with a lot of free time on her hands, Julia Shapiro of Chastity Belt, to play the drums. The songs then expanded from lonely ditties about admiring (but not talking to) strangers on the bus to other hard-hitting topics like the magical chemistry between Courteney Cox and David Arquette in the Scream franchise, 90s internet time traveler John Titor, fictional My So-Called Life dreamboat dud Jordan Catalano, and the brutal ranking system of friendship on Myspace. Inspired by Canadian cuddlecore sensation Cub and the silly inside joke holes you go down when you’re constantly hanging out with your pals, Who is She?’s Seattle Gossip is a star-studded, all-killer no filler addition to the booming Seattle music scene canon.
Waffle Stomper
Waffle Stomper
Do you remember this pop punk band from Redmond, WA? The Green started in 1992 & later changed their name to Waffle Stomper before breaking up in 1996.
The Cheap Cassettes
The Cheap Cassettes
High Energy, Lo-Fi Garage Pop buzz. For fans of The Replacements, The Jam and Cheap Trick. Rock and roll like it was meant to be played.
Venue Information:
El Corazon
109 Eastlake Ave East
Seattle, WA, 98109
http://www.elcorazonseattle.com/