most beloved bands
, thanks in large part to their amazing live shows, packed with smashing power pop and the superstar charm of lead singer/guitarist Rachel Flotard. Tonight, Visqueen play their final show
, after which the band’s members will devote themselves to new projects, one of which will be onstage tonight, just behind Flotard’s guitar, in its fifth month in utero
. Go bid farewell to one of the bands that made Seattle’s rep as “a great music town” a fact. With Broadcast Oblivion. (Neptune Theatre, 1303 NE 45th St, www.stgpresents.org, 8 pm, $11 adv/$13 DOS, all ages
Then score some dank herb from Ruckus to help with the stress.
For the past decade, Visqueen have remained one of Seattle’s