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HOT TIPS: The shows you don’t want to miss this month

By Keegan Prosser on August 30, 2013 – No Comment

Andy Lum and Joel Schneider of My Goodness play Sausagefest on Sept. 14 at Redhook Brewery. Photo by Hayley Young

Sausagefest 2013

Don’t let the name deceive you. This little concert/meat party may be one of the Eastside’s best kept little secrets – and it absolutely ROCKS. Last year’s lineup featured Portugal. The Man and Cold War Kids (and some GREAT beer). This year, talent bookers are keeping it a bit more local – with Beat Connection, My Goodness, Grizzled Mighty, Big Eyes, Fly Moon Royalty, among others. The 21-plus event will also serve as the release party for Red Hook’s new Joint Effort, a hemp beer collaboration with Seattle’s Hilliards Beer. Tickets are $10 in advance or $15 at the door. Sept. 14 at Red Hook Brewery.

The Lumineers

HO! HEY! Nope that’s not me calling you names. It’s just the catchy chorus from the Denver, Colorado-based act’s breakout song of the same name. If you haven’t already heard – this folk-pop four piece is kind of a big deal for their feel good, folks-y summer tunes. And live, it’s an absolute wonder to behold. PLUS: Marymoor’s grass lawn is the perfect place to kick your shoes off and dance in the sun. Sept. 20 and 21 at Marymoor Park.