Three Imaginary Girls

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{Lemolo / by Victoria VanBruinisse}

This Thursday {yep, that's 6/14}, the folks over at Team Up for Nonprofits and Gigs4Good are putting on a mouthful of a lineup over at the Triple Door. The show is a fundraiser for Rainier Food Bank, and get this: every ticket sold will provide $240.00 worth of food to people in need. Think about it! When was the last time you bought a ticket for a show that went that far?

The installment of this show is aptly titled Songs of Summer, and we're hoping that it'll help to coax out the sun! For a mere $25.00 ($30.00 at the door), you can share your evening of do-gooding with sets from Lemolo, Noah Gunderson, Big Sur, Ghosts I've Met, Sons of Warren Oats, Hanalee, Brad Loomis, Gabriel Mintz, Steve Norman, Phil O'Sullivan, and more. If you want to get more familiar with any of the bands, you can take a peek at this great playlist that the G4G team put together on YouTube over here — but with two sold-out shows coming down the pike at the end of this month at Columbia City Theater, we're going to go ahead and say that the ticket price is worth it just for a chance at catching Lemolo's headlining set alone.

Get there early for a good seat — doors are at 6:30 and the music starts at 7:30, and yes, it's all ages. We'll see you there!

{Advance tickets here, Facebook party here. Photo of Lemolo at the Showbox by Victoria VanBruinisse.}