General info | Rainn Wilson and Friends | Pre-show dinner | After party
- The Office’s Craig Robinson!
- Presidents of the United States of America (in a special rare acoustic performance)
- Sean Nelson (Ex-Harvey Danger)
- Andy Grammer (up and coming S-Curve recording artist)
- Eric Corson and John Roderick from The Long Winters
- Mike Mitchell’s artwork created for the occasion
- Rainn’s appearance at Kiehl’s that afternoon (free!)
Looking forward to it :)
Oh my gosh. I hope I can make it!
i need to go to this.
oh balls. I live in texas. . .
Please come close to nj. I know alot of people who would come out and support your cause. Wish I could make it to Seattle.
I’m so excited for Saturday night, I can’t wait. Going on my own though – is there some kind of secret Tallyhead signal I can use to find others there??
Too bad I can’t afford it. :(
Got my ticket! And to the after party too WOOOOO!
Arrived in Seattle today. No rain, YAY!
Hope to see some Tallyheads at the show tomorrow night. :)
That’s great that you’re going to be there too. I hope to see you :)
@tanster, sorry there’s rain today. haha:) There’s supposed to be a storm tonight but that’s not stopping me from going!! Hope to see you later!
HILARIOUS SHOW! Can’t believe I saw you Tanster!
It was a highly enjoyable night for a great cause – Rainn joining the Presidents for Lump was probably my highlight. Also great to see you and OfficeTally get a mention-I whooped. 2 things niggled me about the night though – given the Mona charity’s emphasis on girls and women, I found it disappointing and a little shocking that there was not 1 female act on stage. Also, I got in early to book a great seat when it was planned for the Moore theatre, but the seat I was allocated at the Paramount when they switched venues was nowhere near as good. Anyway, I hope the Mona Foundation made lots of money, they’re a great charity.
[from tanster: thanks for whooping. it was very sweet of Rainn to do that. i hope i didn’t look too shell shocked. :) ]
Thanks for the terrific recap! Two of my friends are in the Presidents and they both said it was a blast (and that Craig was amazing and a really, really tough act to follow). I’m right here in Seattle, and had a ticket but was too sick to go–darn, but thanks for posting all the photos and news. My sister went in my place and said it was really fun. Great event for a great cause!
[from tanster: the presidents were awesome, really high energy! sorry you couldn’t attend, next year!]