STUDIO 54 featuring HIT EXPLOSION
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This event has been rescheduled again from July 31, 2020 to August 21, 2020 in order to buy everybody more time to have a safer reintroduction to live concets. All original tickets have been transferred to the new date. Thanks for your patience and understanding, and we look forward to seeing you at the show!!
8.21 Friday (Live Band / Disco / Dance)
Nectar and Roseta Productions Present:
featuring HIT EXPLOSION
An evening of the 70s and 80s most influential dance hits played LOUD and LIVE!
$15 early advance (first 100 tickets)
412 N 36th St
Voted “Best Live Performance Cover Band” by the Northwest Music Awards Association, Hit Explosion performs authentic 70’s and 80’s disco and dance hits combining exceptional musicianship with an electrifying presentation. The group sets itself apart by its diverse and talented lineup, allowing for impressive reproductions of the original 70’s hits. Since its inception, the band gained sudden success and has remained at the zenith of the “disco explosion” craze, an ensemble possessing a rare and unique chemistry, with that “special something” igniting even the toughest crowds. From college to corporate, from kids to seniors, Hit Explosion is notorious for their ability to captivate & energize diverse audiences.
Some of their performances include: New Year’s Eve at the Space Needle (for 25,000 people); New Years Eve (2006 & 2007) at EMP (3,000+ people) sold out in advance, the Bite of Portland (headliner); Bumbershoot; The Seattle Mariners “largest post game concert ever” (over 12,000); the Kingdome Implosion Party on Channel 13 (KCPQ); “News at Noon” live show on Channel 7 (KIRO); The Rosegarden (Portland’s 21,000 seat venue), The Showbox; regular sell-outs at The Crystal Ballroom (Portland); Portland Rose Festival (w/TV); performances at actor Bruce Willis’ club (The Mint) in Sun Valley; The Seattle Art Museum’s Black & White Ball; The Bacon Bowl; the Gorge Games; Poncho, WAC Jubilee; Medina Days; Pronghorn Club (Bend, OR); Sun River Resort (OR), the Seahawks’ Halftime & Players Parties; Pre-game/Halftime for the Seattle Sonics season opener & other games in Key Arena; The Bird’s Nest Music Fest (w/ Glen Frey) at the PGA Phoenix Open (Phoenix, AZ); Seattle Summer Nights on the Pier (the only regional headlining act, selling out 4,000 tix); the YellowStone Club (Big Sky, MT) & private parties for many other film & sports celebrities.
Microsoft, Intel, Boeing, Nike, K & L Gates, Y.P.O., Y.E.O., Rolls Royce, Big Fish, KOMO TV, Yoshita, AT&T and hundreds more, are choosing Hit Explosion above all other bands for their employee corporate parties. Paul Allen, Bruce Willis, Jack Sikma, and other celebs (and CEO’s) have been spotted on stage playing with the band. Bill Gates has even been spotted on stage with Hit Explosion at Seattle Center Exhibition Hall. Hit Explosion has played with other national acts including : Chaka Khan, Tower of Power, Kool & the Gang, KC & the Sunshine band.
In film, Hit Explosion vocalists’ performed in the opening track, “On FireSuite” of Smoke Signals, the feature film that captured both the Audience Choice Award and Filmmakers Trophy at the Sundance Film Festival.
Hit Explosion was voted “Best Live Performance Cover Band” by The Northwest Music Award Association and “Best Local Band” by The Eastside Weekly Readers’ Choice Awards. Group members were seen in life size murals (along w/ other celebrities) appearing to wait in line on the walls of the Seattle Nordstroms downtown flagship store.
The Seattle Mariners have described Hit Explosion as “Seattle’s favorite band.”
Voted “Best Live Performance Cover Band” by the Northwest Music Awards Association, Hit Explosion combines exceptional musicianship with electrifying showmanship. The group sets itself apart by its diverse and talented lineup, allowing for impressive reproductions of the original dance floor songs.
“Last Friday night after Hit Explosion’s first set, a palpable cloud of steam rose off the body crush that packed not only the dance floor but every other nook and cranny of the brick-walled basement. They clearly love this music and their audience.”
— Seattle Times
“The upbeat, danceable disco band has a following like few others, and their appeal is undeniable.”
— Seattle P-I
412 North 36th Street
Seattle, WA, 98103