Join Seattle FAM & The Blow Up on Saturday, March 24th from 5 to 10 pm at Dozer’s Warehouse in Beacon Hill for Culture Fest Vol. 3.

DJ Kween KayshDJ Stas Thee Boss will begin by setting the mood for the night by spinning sweet sounds during the networking hour. The Glow Up Podcast will be live broadcasting during this hour. Grab a drink, shop with more than 12 local vendors, and perhaps say hello to someone you might not know.

From there, Culture Fest transitions into an expert panel discussion on art & community led by poet, social activist, and mayoral candidate Nikkita Oliver. As well as US Women’s Soccer Gold medalist and social activist Megan RapinoeThig Nat of The Physics and Nordstroms, local art curator and installation artist Alex Codd, and filmmaker Dennis Lee.

Submit your questions to any of the five panellists ahead of time at

Spoken word artists Corbin Bugni and co-founder of Women.Weed.Wifi, Amanya Maloba will each share a piece before the night transitions into the fashion segment. Seattle GentsPDX Fashion NetworkWomen.Weed.Wifi, and Curtis Bright will bring you into their world by way of apparel, style and design. The fashion show will coincide with a happy hour where drink specials will be offered from 6 pm to 7 pm.

Things Not To Miss

Renowned international music producer, Keyboard Kid will be making live beats at a workstation — folks can walk up and put on headphones to tune into what the producer is creating.

Leo Shallat and Aye Crtv will be live painting throughout the night.

Spoken word poetry from Rell Be Free and Nikkita Oliver.

TA7J – My City

Koga Shabazz – Overture

Marshall Law

Jarv Dee

Vendors will be open the whole night from 5 to 10pm and include PRC ClothingFeed The PeopleRise AbovePerry PaintsCrane City MusicDistinction Music Management, and more.

In conjunction with the night, Seattle FAM & Pic-Cause will be collecting donations at the event for a community garden to plant in the spring. Seeds, gardening tools, and more are needed for a follow up “Day of Giving” on April 22nd where Seattle FAM & Pic-Cause will look to rally the community out to help build a community garden in Seattle.

General admission tickets are $20 with VIP passes running at $40. VIP offers a free meal from critically acclaimed chef Tarik Abdullah with beverages provided as well. Select artwork from painter Alex Codd, photographer Dipsauce, and more will be hanging in the VIP room.

Tickets are available at