Tickets on sale now for 2021 ShoreLake Battle of the Bands

Thursday, July 15, 2021

2021 ShoreLake Battle of the Bands

August 10, 11, and 14, 2021

ShoreLake Arts is excited to announce that ShoreLake Battle of the Bands will be returning this summer to a live and in-person open air concert series at Pfingst Animal Acres Park in Lake Forest Park. Join us in supporting our local musicians!

Each night will showcase 5 local bands all competing for some amazing industry and cash prizes. Selections for the Finals will be announced on August 10 and 11 after all the bands perform.

Tickets are now on sale for $5 per night, and the start time is 6:30pm (roughly ending around 9:30pm). Each night will also include Food Trucks (TBA).

Participating Bands:

Pool #1 | August 10
  • Halley Gregg | Rock
  • Brian James and the Great Unknown | Pop
  • Cousin Wolf | Indie-Rock
  • Eric Blu and the Soul Revue | Rhythm and Blues
  • Living with a Bear | Rock

Pool #2 | August 11
  • Sam and the Savages | Rock
  • Aurora Avenue | Indie-Rock
  • Stargazy Pie | Rock
  • CANNxN | Pop
  • Your Downstairs Neighbors | Indie-Rock

ShoreLake Battle of the Bands aims to support emerging and developing musicians in Washington State and encourage appreciation for the art of music in our community.

The 1st place winner will take home $1,500 and a one day of studio time at Robert Lang Studios right here in Shoreline. The 2nd place winner will take home $1,000 and a livestream performance at Annex Room Studio.

Winners will be decided by the judges. Plus, crowd enthusiasm and excitement is a factor in jury decisions. So don’t hesitate to cheer on your favorite acts from the evening!

ShoreLake Arts is proud to present this event with major support from Jack Malek of Windermere, Robert Lang Studios, Robert Lang Studios Academy, Annex Room Studio, Monka Brewing Co., the City of Lake Forest Park, ArtsWA, National Endowment for the Arts, and individual donors, like you.

ShoreLake Arts COVID-19 Requirements and Guidelines: We will be adhering to all CDC and Washington State guidelines during the events.

Questions can be emailed to Terri at

ShoreLake Arts is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization whose mission is to cultivate creativity and inspire our community through the arts. Established in 1989.


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