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{Hot Bodies in Motion / by Andrea Lindquist}

You live in Seattle. You like music. You like drinking. And you like doing good. Right? Right.

Well, the fine folks over at the Vera Project know this, and they’ve managed to combine these four great tastes that taste great together with a lil’ somethin’ called A Drink For The Kids. Wherein you go out and do what you’re going to do anyway (pop by the bar for a sip or two) and they somehow magically make the money you spend that night turn into a direct fundraiser for the Vera. Poof! There’s drink specials, good buddies, and you: getting your happy hour on and supporting the best all-ages movement in town, merely by lifting up your glass. That sounds like a win-to-the-infinity-th to us!

Here’s all the places you can go do some good while you imbibe, starting this Sunday — including the big feature of the run, a night at the Sunset with self-proclaimed “baby-makin’ music makers” Hot Bodies In Motion:

Sunday {6/26}
Auto Battery, 1009 E Union St.
The Sounders will match happy hour proceeds! 1p – 6p.

Monday {6/27}
Cha Cha Lounge, 1013 E Pike St.
Solo Bar, 200 Roy St.

Tuesday {6/28}
West 5, 4539 California Ave. SW
Pony, 1221 E Madison St.

Wednesday {6/29}
Twilight Exit, 2514 East Cherry St.

Thursday {6/30}
Linda’s Tavern, 707 E Pine St.

Friday {7/1}
Redwood, 514 E Howell St.
Sunset Tavern :: Hot Bodies In Motion show!

Saturday {7/2}
5 Point Cafe, 415 Cedar St.
Hattie’s Hat, 5231 Ballard Ave. NW

With all these locations over seven straight days, there’s really no excuse to not stop in at one or two of these nights and do a little good for the greater good. If you want to pick up your Sunset tickets in advance, just head on over to Brown Paper Tickets here — the show’s $10 adv, 21+ and the party gets started at 9p.

We’ll see you out on the town!

{Photo of Hot Bodies In Motion by Andrea Lindquist.}