Capitol Hill Block Party Lineup Revealed

Dec 19 2017, 10:54 am

Chromeo, A$AP Rocky, and ODESZA are slated to headline the 3-day music festival, Capitol Hill Block Party, in Seattle, July 25-27th.

The party kicks off Friday, July 25 at 4 p.m. with the dreamy soundscapes of Shy Girls taking over the Main Stage and closes out Monday, July 28 at 2 a.m. with Seattle-based punk-rockers Murmurs on the Cha Cha Stage. The full schedule brought to you by our partners at Weedmaps can be found online at

Capitol Hill Block Party Lineup

“One thing that makes the Capitol Hill Block Party special is that the next stage is never far away but you won’t hear any sound bleed from one stage to the other,” said Jason Lajeunesse, the festival’s owner and producer. “We wanted to balance this year’s schedule so attendees could move from stage to stage and find a mix of genres playing at the same time.”

In order to make the full lineup of national acts available to everyone, CHBP organizers announced earlier an expanded ALL AGES second stage. Dum Dum Girls, Robert Delong, EMA and Man or Astro-man? are among the artists who will perform on the Vera Stage presented by Alaska Airlines Visa Signature Card.

Capitol Hill Block Party

Three-day passes remain on sale at the discounted price of $125. CHBP will continue to offer a limited number of VIP tickets for $250, while supplies last. VIP Packages include express entry, limited edition apparel, a CHBP poster, gifts from event sponsors, and access to the indoor and outdoor RIF VIP lounges with hosted snacks and beverages.



Spoon // Matt & Kim // ODESZA // A$AP Ferg // Robert Delong // Tanlines // Man or Astro-man? // HOLYCHILD // Shy Girls // Iska Dhaaf // Wild Ones // Childbirth // Sandrider // Lemolo // Natasha Kmeto // Constant Lovers // Shaprece // Dub Thompson // Dust Moth // Tom Eddy // Tennis Pro // Eternal Bad // Cabana // Tacos! // Theories


Chromeo // The Budos Band // Beat Connection // Star Slinger // Sol // The Thermals // Poolside // EMA // Cymbals // Hundred Waters // Pillar Point // The Chain Gang of 1974 // Weed // Special Explosion // Katie Kate // Otieno Terry // Ayron Jones & The Way // Country Lips // Fox and the Law // Audacity // Hand of the Hills // Ben Union // Deadkill // Sex Blister // Great Goddamn // Bad Motivators // Sashay // Blood Drugs // Power Bottom // The Dip

A$AP Rocky // The War on Drugs // Dum Dum Girls // RAC // xxyyxx // Angel Olsen // Slow Magic // Small Black // Raz Simone // Kithkin // Cataldo // Tangerine // Pollens // Magic Mouth // Valley Maker // Gaytheist // Ricky and Mark // Manatee Commune // Dude York // Wolfgang Fuck // So Pitted // Stickers // Haunted Horses // Paralyzer // Murmurs
Capitol Hill Block Party


  • Three-day passes offered at a discounted price of $125 while supplies last.
  • ALL NEW VIP Packages will now be made available for $250, while supplies last
  • Single Day tickets now on sale at $50 for each day



Ticket-buyers will have an option to donate to Creative Advantage, a local organization seeking to restore arts education to all Seattle classrooms. More information about Creative Advantage soon!


Named by USA Today’s “Pop Candy” as one of the “Twelve reasons to visit Seattle”, CHBP offers outstanding musical performances. In addition, the festival features resident art galleries, restaurants, clubs, and stores that help define Seattle as a cultural hub.

CHBP’s reputation for bringing the best in regional and touring indie artists to the stage has drawn 10,000 people a day for sold out shows year after year. The Capitol Hill Block Party showcases over 100 of the best Northwest and national bands and DJs. CHBP’s low ticket price offers fans 5 stages over three days each summer in.

Surrounded by all the great amenities you get in the middle of our beautiful city, we’re all about independent music and culture, thought, and progressive politics. We feature excellent independent craft booths, food trucks, local non-profits, introduce you to local pro-music politicians, and raise money for The Vera Project (, KEXP (, and The Capitol Hill Chamber of Commerce, as well as the neighborhood and various other charities.