The Turn It Down Concert was written up in the Seattle Times by Matson on Music. He proclaimed the Turn It Down event as “a concert event that deserves your money.”
Turn it Down at the Kirkland Teen Union Building is a charming benefit for ears. Bands made up of young people will provide music (Daphne Loves Derby, Bad Timing, and 4th Avenue), the Evergreen Speech & Hearing Clinic will give everyone free earplugs (custom-molded earplugs will be purchasable with no retail mark-up), and proceeds go in part to fly local athlete and Western Washington University student Tom Guidon to Taipei, Taiwan, where he will hopefully win a gold medal for the USA in the Deaflympics.
Thanks Matson! We think it’s a charming event too!