Snohomish Block Party 2024 Schedule

Friday on First: Nite Wave

Friday, August 23 from 5:30 – 10:00 p.m.
Snohomish Carnegie – 105 Cedar Avenue

Dance the night away at Friday on First with live bands playing your favorite retro classics – featuring laser lightsfood trucks, and the Alternative Roofing Systems Beer Garden. Gates open at 5:30 p.m. Ages 21+ with ID only. Ticket required for entry.

Nite Wave is Seattle’s live 80s new wave tribute band.

New Sensation: A Tribute to INXS

    Block Party Street Fair

    Saturday, August 24 from 11:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
    Union & Glen Avenues

    This lively street fair and artisan market, curated by the Snohomish Farmers Market, spans downtown Snohomish and showcases unique vendors, delicious eats, live music, and family-friendly activities in the Snohomish Sports Dome Kid Zone. This is a free community gathering, open to the public.

      Saturday Mainstage Live: L7 + Cherry Glazerr with Acid Tongue, Smokey Brights, La Fonda, Grace McKagan, and the NORTH SOUND Battle of the Bands Winner

      Saturday, August 25 from 1:00 – 10:00 p.m.
      Snohomish Carnegie – 105 Cedar Avenue

      This year’s mainstage event, presented by Looking Glass Coffee, is powerfully packed with grunge, punk, and indie rock! Also featuring onsite food trucks and 21+ Alternative Roofing Systems Beer Garden. All ages. Gates open at 1:00 p.m. Tickets required for entry

        L7 is a femme fueled rock band. Part punk, part hard-core, and part party band. They are “triumphantly unladylike” and deliver a collision of throat-shredding vocals, crunchy riffs, and a ferocious attitude.

        Cherry Glazerr is described by Rolling Stone as “sarcasm-heavy, garage rock” with “hooky choruses and punk stomphas.” Think lo-fi with elements of grunge, punk, and new wave.

        Acid Tongue is a garage band influenced by classic soul, punk, and psychedelic rock.

        Smokey Brights are a stony blend of Norwest rock & roll with razor-sharp disco grooves. They landed on KEXP’s Best Albums of 2023.

        La Fonda shares songs centered on sisterhood and create a sonically atmospheric vibe that lands in dream-pop and alt-rock.

        Grace McKagan is the daughter of Guns N’ Roses bass player, Duff. A rockstar by default, her sultry melodies deliver bold yet retro vocals in an alternative meets 60s garage rock punk style.