Easter weekend further solidified Upper Left as the event entertainment company that’s taking the Northwest by storm. As always, this collective group paired up with non-profit The Good Vibe Tribe to bring us yet another unforgettable night in Seattle.
Although young, Upper Left’s dedication to every last detail, from the lighting technicians to artists, brings an unparalleled energy to every event they throw. And Saturday’s “Joule” show at the Fremont Foundry was no different.Upper Left morphed the building into a multi-stage nightclub extravaganza, making the Fremont Foundry a perfect atmosphere for “Joule.” While the main room hosted Dirty Bird sets from Justin Martin, Ardalan and Sacha Robotti, bassier artists like Great Dane and G Jones dominated the more intimate stage a few floors up.The Foundry’s extensive rooms with levels overlooking the stages, multiple outdoor areas, views of the city skyline and plenty of bars, proved the perfect match for Upper Left & The Good Vibe Tribes’ event. Although packed, the layout spread attendees throughout the entire venue making sure everyone had enough space for personal expression.Wherever you found yourself, the contagiously good vibes of the night followed you everywhere. The crowd was refreshingly more mature with an acute focus towards the music and energy of the night; and with incredibly energetic sets, it seemed that the artists felt it too.Despite ticket prices ranging a little on the higher side, due to location and the extensive attention to production, tickets tend to go quick so get yours when you see that event notification! Also, make sure to bring cash for food or drinks if you don’t want to get stuck with those ATM fees.I’d recommend keeping your eye out for this power couple. Upper Left and The Good Vibe Tribe have never failed to bring an uncanny atmosphere to every Seattle-based event they’ve thrown.You’ll be sure to see Your EDM at the next epic display from Upper Left and The Good Vibe Tribe.
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