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    Cool Bumbershoot!

    We’re getting ready to spend Labor Day Weekend in the crowd at Bumbershoot, Seattle's music and arts festival (Bumbershoot | Seattle's Music & Arts Festival). If you can't make it, or don't live in Seattle, you can still enjoy the music with these user generated Spotify Playlists that include albums from the bands in this year’s Bumbershoot lineup.


    Broken down by day:

    Saturday:
    Bumbershoot 2011 Artists - Saturday by amuller1111 on Spotify

    Sunday:
    Bumbershoot 2011 Artists - Sunday by amuller1111 on Spotify

    Monday:
    Bumbershoot 2011 Artists - Monday by amuller1111 on Spotify

    Which band are you most excited for? Tell us here!

    We will be there, listening to music and watching out for people with TOM BIHN Bags (Katy may even keep count)!
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    I hope you take lots of photos to share with those of us who can't make it, Katy!
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    I will! I'm still trying to decide which bag to take .
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    Not a band, but go see poet Andrea Gibson if you can ... women's poetry slam winner and such ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Katy View Post
    I will! I'm still trying to decide which bag to take .
    Hum? I want to have this "concern"...so I need to order more bags.
    I want, well…"one of everything in every colour combination." That should do it!

    Have a grand time. Looking forward to a report / pictures upon your return.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Maria View Post
    Hum? I want to have this "concern"...so I need to order more bags.
    I want, well…"one of everything in every colour combination." That should do it!

    Have a grand time. Looking forward to a report / pictures upon your return.
    It was my first concern! I have decided on a Plum/Wasabi Medium Cafe Bag .
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    Quote Originally Posted by tCook View Post
    Not a band, but go see poet Andrea Gibson if you can ... women's poetry slam winner and such ...
    That's the only day I'm not going .

    I haven't found a friend who has Sunday free so I'm still looking for a partner in crime for that day! Ahem.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Katy View Post
    It was my first concern! I have decided on a Plum/Wasabi Medium Cafe Bag .
    expanding the herd are we? I have no cafe bags, but this sounds like an excellent choice, being Plum and all!
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    Quote Originally Posted by dorayme View Post
    expanding the herd are we? I have no cafe bags, but this sounds like an excellent choice, being Plum and all!
    Indeed! I felt it was the ideal bag for the event. Keeps my hands free, etc . My Little Swift is a little lonely but it will be my main bag again soon .
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    Quote Originally Posted by Katy View Post
    That's the only day I'm not going .

    I haven't found a friend who has Sunday free so I'm still looking for a partner in crime for that day! Ahem.
    What time is she on? (Yeah, I'm that lazy, not looking it up myself right now ...)

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    Quote Originally Posted by tCook View Post
    What time is she on? (Yeah, I'm that lazy, not looking it up myself right now ...)

    The schedule on the website is confusing, I have a print out from the juice bar . She is on Saturday at noon.

    Sunday and Monday are the days I'll be attending (need partner in crime for sunday!) because: Sunday = Dan Savage, Toro Y Moi, Com Truise and Macklemore. Monday = Hall & Oates!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Katy View Post
    The schedule on the website is confusing, I have a print out from the juice bar . She is on Saturday at noon.

    Sunday and Monday are the days I'll be attending (need partner in crime for sunday!) because: Sunday = Dan Savage, Toro Y Moi, Com Truise and Macklemore. Monday = Hall & Oates!
    I have plans Sunday evening, otherwise I'd have considered braving the heat/crowd. Hope you find someone!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Katy View Post
    Indeed! I felt it was the ideal bag for the event. Keeps my hands free, etc . My Little Swift is a little lonely but it will be my main bag again soon .
    Would you please offer a comparison review of the MCB and LS? I have been enamored with the LS, but from time to time the MCB interests me. I would love a side by side.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dorayme View Post
    Would you please offer a comparison review of the MCB and LS? I have been enamored with the LS, but from time to time the MCB interests me. I would love a side by side.
    dorayme, I started a new thread with the comparison you asked for.

    For dorayme: Comparison review of the Little Swift and the Medium Cafe Bag

    Hope it helps!
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    thank you ncb4, going over to look right now!
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