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The second annual Seattle On Ice! winter celebration is coming back to the Neptune Theatre. This year Seattle Theatre Group and Do206 are bringing Smokey Brights, The True Loves, Cumulus, and All Star Opera out for a one of a kind experience. On December 6th, the Neptune will transform into a snow globe through projection mapping and art installations. Tis the season to dance the night away with 1,000 of your closest friends.

Seattle On Ice! Line-Up

Smokey Brights

A story of romance and pizza; the Smokey Brights started after Ryan Davis and Kim West met while working at a pizza place. The two are now married and joined on stage by a drummer, Nick Krivchenia, and bassist, Luke Logan. They blend Northwest rock and roll with a hint of disco boogie vibes.

They released their first LP, Taste of Blood, in 2014. Freakout Records picked them up and they put out the firey album, Hot Candy, in 2016. Now their playing major festivals and opening for big-label artists. Get familiar before grooving with these guys at the Neptune.

The True Loves

The True Loves are a soulful instrumental band. Nothing about them feels forced. It’s evident that they truly love what they do. They play high-energy infectious grooves taking turns to let every instrument shine. Their live performance is full of exuberance making it hard to look away.

Cumulus

Cumulus is a dreamy indie-pop band that likes to spread the warm fuzzies. They recently released their album, Comfort World. Which took its name from a mattress store billboard that lead singer, Alex Niedzialkowski, saw in Yakima, WA. That was right before her entire world crumbled around her and became anything less than comfortable. It seems the best art is always made in times of distress.

All Star Opera

All Star Opera, or simply ASO, is a six-piece bohemian hip-hop band that brings the comfort of your living room to every performance. They are one big happy family and that vibe transcends to the crowd. To celebrate the one-year anniversary of their debut album they released an instrumental version for you to groove to. Even though they have yet to record a super cool KEXP or Audio Tree in-studio performance (*cough* hint, hint *cough*) they have their own series, Jammin’ at Grandma’s Gallery.

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