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March 2017: Looking ahead to the Upstream Music Fest + Summit with Jeff Vetting

Jeff Vetting.jpgUpstream Music Festival and Summit is Seattle’s newest music event – featuring both industry focused talks and learning opportunities, alongside performances from emerging Seattle artist in unique venues scattered throughout the historic Pioneer Square neighborhood. Our March 29 edition of Film + Music + Interactive Happy Hour will provide an overview of the event and give behind the scenes insight into Upstream’s planning and curating process with the event’s Executive Director Jeff Vetting.

As well as being the Executive Director for Upstream, Jeff serves as Music Events Director for Vulcan Inc. Prior to working for Vulcan, Jeff worked at KEXP where he ran the live events team and assisted in the move to the new studio at Seattle Center. Jeff has more than 20 years of experience in the music industry and served in a variety of capacities, including independent promotion, and assisting with international tours. Jeff will provide an overview of the event, offer a preview of the breakout topics and speakers at the summit, and will take questions from happy hour guests.

This event is free and open to the public. All ages are welcome, must be 21+ to drink.

Parking: There are several parking lots near the museum, as well as metered parking on the side of 5th Avenue N. However, make sure to read surrounding signage because there are restrictions! Please enter at the Culture Kitchen Main Entrance at the corner of 5th and Harrison

Public Transportation: The bus stop at 5th Ave N accommodates King County Metro routes 3, 4, and 82. The monorail from Westlake Center to Seattle Center is also available.

We hope to see you all on March 29 from 5-7 PM at the MoPOP Culture Kitchen!

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