When we started Seaprog back in 2013, the festival was very much an unknown quantity, and it could have easily ended up a big failure. The founders had a vision that seemed like it would be a good thing, but no one knew if that would work out. That first year, some brave music lovers took the plunge and became part of a family.
Our photographer, Danette Davis, came up with the idea of a group picture with people who have attended all of the editions of Seaprog. This is the result.
Some of those present (we didn’t get all the names) are Peter Comley, Kurt Ahrensfeld, Jack Pollack, Mike Pollack, DB Wood, Michael Trew, Clark Battle, Steven Kiner, Helaine Burch, Debi Byrd, Ken Sorensen, John Hagelbarger, Dave McClelland, Joe Fischer, Dennis Rea, and Jon Davis.
Conceived as a destination event rather than just another gig, Seaprog invites music lovers to spend a weekend enjoying stimulating and intelligent music and visiting the many fine restaurants, bars, and shops in Columbia City.
One great thing about the Columbia City Theater is that it has a front room that not only serves food and drink, but can host musical performances as well. We'll be taking advantage of this fact by presenting some solo/duo acts there between sets on the mainstage. Wouldn't want you to get bored!
It's time for another of our quarterly music events. On Wednesday, January 8 at the Substation, we'll have Guitar Cult, Obol, and Smooth Kiwi. Check out the Artist page for details about each band. It is our mission to present a variety of creative music, and we think you'll find this fits the bill admirably.
You can find the Facebook event page here, with more details and to let us know you'll be coming.
29 December, 2019
Greetings, Seaprog fans and supporters!
December is the time when many people make their annual tax-deductible donations each year. Will you consider including the Seaprog festival in your planned giving this year?
Go to our Donate page for more details about how you can help.
14 December, 2019
We all had a great time at this year’s festival, with so much excellent music and friendly camaraderie that we can’t help wanting to remember it forever. To help out a little with that task, we’ve got a spectacular set of pictures from our official photographer, Danette Davis.
And if you didn’t make it to Seattle for our event, you can get an idea of what you missed… and start planning for next year!
6 July, 2019