Art Chowder September | October 2017, Issue 11 - Page 36

T I N N A B U L AT I O N M U S I C F E S T I VA L By Matthew Meyer S aturday is rounded out by some of the Northwest’s top musicians, with Ravenna Woods, The Fame Riot, and The Dip, as well as two of Spokane’s top performers, Folkinception and Marshall McLean Band. These local musicians join acts like YouTube sensation Molly Kate Kestner, Coast Modern, gui- tar-slinging and power-voiced Cobi, and the American Authors, who hold a Gold album “Oh, What A Life.” The star-studded Sunday lineup caps off the festival with top local name Cami Bradley’s band The Sweeplings, plus Dude York, Runaway Symphony, and Night Argent, whose new album landed on Billboard’s “Top New Artist” chart. Artists like LOLO, who has collaborated with Panic! At the Disco and Fallout Boy; Colter Wall; MISSIO, whose song Middle Finger has landed in the top 10 on both Billboard and Sirius XM Alt 36 ART CHOWDER MAGAZINE Nation lists, plus two-time Juno nomi- nee Coleman Hell, fill in the lineup for one of the top performing acts in the industry. Grammy Award-winning OK Go brings their unmatched creativity to finish off the festival with a performance that will leave everyone thirsty for more. Festival attendees will be able to par- ticipate in a variety of interactive arts set up throughout the festival grounds, including drawing, taking photos, or watching artists in action as they create massive pieces of art. Plans include multiple giant chalk murals larger than 20 feet wide, art battles, fire breathers, aerial acts, and a Toyota vehicle with artists painting the Spokane landscape on it. The festival organizers plan to start with these ideas and grow them into larger art pieces that may well be incorporated into the park and scenery of Downtown Spokane, for people to enjoy year-round. The stage is now set for Spokane to host the tremendous and unique Tinnabulation Music Festival. Don’t be the one to miss it! Featuring artwork by La Resistance OK Go - American rock band