Who would have thought back in 2003, that a small, grass-roots, volunteer-run festival focused on underground electronic music and performance art would grow into a worldwide phenomenon attracting more than 26,000 attendees ten years later?
I’m not sure the founder of the Decibel Festival ever imagined such a huge success, but on its 10th anniversary, the festival is stronger than ever, but retains a grass-roots feel and is still volunteer-run. With a focus on multimedia, technology, electronic and experimental art forms, the festival provides interested folks with a gamut of choices, from live shows, an educational forum for professionals, deejays, visual artists and more to interact with media companies, artists and more.
Spanning five days and encompassing several Seattle neighborhoods, from SODO to Capitol Hill, folks can be entertained and educated by artists such as Moby, The Orb, Kink and others from all over the world. It’s definitely an experience worth checking out.