BiG BLDG BASH


The BiG BLDG non-profit was founded seven years ago with the purpose of organizing a yearly festival (The BASH) that celebrated the artists and musicians of Seattle!

All work at The BASH was done by volunteers and all proceeds from tickets, merchandise, and drink sales were distributed evenly to the artists that performed. To date, BiG BLDG has organized 6 The BASH festivals, raising over $100,000 for artists and community organizations. Some of our amazing BASH bands have included Beverly Crusher, Wild Powwers, High Pulp, and Terror/Cactus!

We know how to work hard here at BiG BLDG, but we also know how to play hard. Last year’s BASH had food trucks, a beer garden, over 40 + bands, and 5 stages! This year, our 2020 festival was cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic, but we still have hope for next year. Check out some awesome THE BASH testimonials and photos below!

“BiG BLDG BASH is DIY Perfection.” -- NadaMucho.com

"Inscape Arts Bash is the DIY Festival Seattle needs." -- KEXP

"With a lineup boasting 42 Northwest acts and broad range of genres from hip-hop to aggressive punk rock, the festival finds its niche among the DIY music community." -- Seattle Magazine

"Stacked live local music lineups are far from a new thing, but few have the bragging rights that the annual BiG BLDG Bash has." -- Northwest Music Scene

"BiG BLDG creates a unique experience you can't find anywhere else." -- KSXU Seattle

"The annual BiG BLDG BASH in Seattle showcases the vibrant local soundscape and the homegrown talent that perpetuates the notion that the Emerald City is a music hub in the Pacific Northwest." -- Everfest