No matter where you fall on the political (or rationality) spectrum, Nov. 8 promises to be a day of dread, worry, and uncertainty. Even on a normal year, Election Day can be especially contentious, but this election in particular has been one of the most divisive, frightening, and bizarre in U.S. history. While we all wait for what we hope is a peaceful transition of power, we’ll definitely need something to distract and alleviate the stress, and, luckily, our next Acme Feed & Seed showcase happens to fall on the very same Tuesday. The latest installment in our long-running series, a trio of stellar local artists promise to entertain and delight, and will help you find refuge from political turmoil, if only for few hours.
Longtime friends of the site, local rockers Waterfall Wash head up the bill, rounded out by indie pop/rock duo The Narrative, and folk/pop singer-songwriter Kayleigh Goldsworthy. For the usual price of free, and beginning at 7 p.m., this is one of our favorite Acme lineups all year; read on for more on why you don’t want to miss it!