Three Imaginary Girls

Seattle's Indie-Pop Press – Music Reviews, Film Reviews, and Big Fun

[John Roderick / by Laura Musselman]

We know, we know. You’ve probably still got a bowl of Halloween candy you’re polishing off. But the holidays are fast approaching, and we didn’t want to go one more minute without telling you about our Imaginary Office Party! Grab a Sharpie, get your calendar out, and put a big ol’ star on Thursday, December 16th — you’re not going to want to miss this. Promise.

Who: your shiny happy friends over at Three Imaginary Girls, along with the fine folks of Columbia City Theater, present…
The Imaginary Office Party! A night of music and all-around awesomeness featuring The Tripwires, The Young Evils, Jose Bold, and a super-secret second act that is going to knock your socks off!
Where: Columbia City Theater, 4916 Rainier Avenue S.
When: Thursday, December 16, 2010 — doors at 7p
Why: Because we like you! No, really. The night is all about giving thanks to the lovely people we work with all year, and to help raise awareness about Teen Feed while we’re at it.

On top of the rad bands we’ve got scheduled to play, everyone’s favorite roots-and-soul expert Greg Vandy will be spinning in the Bourbon Bar from 7-9p to help us get our prefunk on. And it wouldn’t be a party without Santa John Roderick, who has graciously agreed to offer up his lap for photo ops with the esteemed Ms. Laura Musselman during the earlier portion of the evening. Can somebody pinch us, please?

There is one little catch to the night: there will only be a limited number of tickets for sale. We’ll announce here on TIG {soon!} when they’re available for purchase — just check back often and keep your eyes peeled for the link! The event is 21+ / $15, with a portion of the proceeds going directly to our friends over at Teen Feed.

We’ll have a pretty poster and an official press release coming your way lickety split — so stay tuned for more details!

{Endless thanks to Laura for the photo above from our 2009 party — there’s more where that came from over in our imaginary flickr pool!}