Monthly Archives: July 2015

We Are The Gnot-Its!

 We spent this weekend on the coast in the small, sweet beach town of Seabrook, WA. This weekend was Seabrook’s Gnome Festival and we had a gnome-tastic time helping them celebrate! If you and your family are looking for a great spot to spend quality time and recharge from your busy life, Seabrook is the place to be! Check out their website here: 

Everything’s Bigger in Texas


We had a whirlwind-jet setting-two day trip to Plano, Texas to play a show at The Shops at Willow Bend. Lucky for us the venue was indoors in a air conditioned mall! It’s hot in Texas…
A huge thanks to everyone that came out to make this show a success, we hope to see y’all again real soon.

Queen Anne Days!

Familyfest at Queen Anne Days is an awesomeday of fun for families featuring a kiddie parade, bands that kids and parents will love, food trucks, carnival games, bouncy houses, bunny petting zoo, crafts and more! This is the second year we have played this cool event and hope to come back again next year! For more info on Queen Anne Days, check out their website:

Everything Is AWESOME!


We started our day off AWESOMELY in Burien playing for Awesome Kids Day! Awesome Kids Day celebrates the naturally healthy and joyful state of children and encourages them to live their lives with health, gratitude and joy. 
For more information about this awesome day check out their website:

Our next show is 6:00 this evening at Crossroads Mall in Bellevue, we always have a great time playing here! If you can, come rock out with us tonight and check out the other cool concerts at Crossroads Mall here:

Along Comes Mary(sville)

Today was the kickoff for the 2015 Children’s Summer Concert Series at Jennings Park in Marysville. 

There was a great turnout to start the series– the hillside was covered in kiddos and their grown ups as well as a couple of summer camps.   The crowd helped us celebrate this awesome day by participating during our song Participation Trophy! 

Jennings Park is a beautiful place to spend the day! For more information about the events happening here throughout the summer, check out their website:

Happy Birthday America!

 Today’s 4th of July festivities at Cal Anderson Park was an awesome way to spend the day celebrating our Independence. This is the 13th year that CAPA (Cal Anderson Park Alliance) has hosted this fantastic family friendly community picnic. There is a root beer float garden, hot dogs, face painting, arts and crafts, and much more — ALL FREE! 
CAPA supports many community events at the park. For more information check out their website: