photos by Jason Tang
The band opened their act with the intro to their album, The Horse That Carries the Wheel Part One.
Soon after, Eternal Fair switched up the vibe by playing a mixture of slow songs, and then breaking down with a heavy bass to pump up the volume.
Dead Dog Hero was a crowd pleaser with a lot of positive energy and crowd interaction.
Later in the set, Vait proudly announced that their song Donny’s Impossible Dream was being played for the first time in Seattle.
The song is about nothing being out of reach, and how it’s realistic, but not easy, to achieve your goals.
Is it a story about Eternal Fair’s journey? Judging by Vait’s ability to switch seamlessly from guitar to keyboards and back again, all while maintaining a passionate vocal delivery, the song read as a testament to blissful, yet determined, perseverance.
The Horse That carries The Wheel Part Two, the last song from their album, closed the show on a triumphant note.
😭😭😭We are saddened to say that Timber! Outdoor Music Festival 2020 is canceled.
While we need a party now more than ever, we are going to miss you this year. Be safe and take care of the people around you. We will be back in 2021 to celebrate music, the outdoors, and community. Be well.
Automatic refunds will be issued via Bold Type Tickets. All ticket holders should expect a full refund to the card they used to make their purchase within 10 - 14 days.
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