Wednesday, September 4, 2019


with special guests Coach Phillips

Tekla Waterfield

Elks Temple - Spanish Ballroom

6 PM doors, 7 PM show

$5 per person, Free for hotel guests

All ages welcome

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About Racoma

Indie alternative rock


Racoma is a Seattle-based four-piece Indie Alternative Rock band. They love pizza, their parents, and good times. These boys know how to caress your ears with simple yet honest tunes that make you want to cry and laugh all at the same time.

About with special guests Coach Phillips

Indie pop/rock

with special guests Coach Phillips

Coach Phillips is a Seattle-based indie pop/rock band comprised of Wade Phillips, Jessica Kim, Chet Baughman, Tom Moskal and Joe Oakes.

Formed amidst a series of Seattle house shows in 2017, Coach Phillips has spent the last year performing in support of their home-recorded and self-released 'Learning How to Swim' EP. Characterized by guitar-driven songwriting and a mix of witty, romantic, and melancholic lyrics, the release gained support from numerous radio outlets and was highlighted by NPR Music's 2018 'Heavy Rotation' series.

A debut Coach Phillips LP (titled ‘Never Is Enough’) is set to be released June 5th 2019 via Seattle independent label Den Tapes.


"...when it comes to summoning nostalgia, Coach Phillips really hits the nail on the (tape) head." — Capital Public Radio / NPR Music (2018).

About Tekla Waterfield

Tekla Waterfield

Seattle based singer/songwriter Tekla Waterfield lives in the wide-open realm of Americana Roots music, incorporating elements of folk, country, indie, rhythm and blues, and soul.

Her song structure influences come from many wonderful song composers including: The Velvet Underground, Gillian Welch, War on Drugs, The Cowboy Junkies, Wilco, Courtney Barnett, Frazey Ford, Bill Withers and more.

In addition to live performances with her band, Tekla lends her vocals to others for recordings and occasional live appearances, is an active member of Seattle's Bushwick Book Club, a group of artists who create work in response to literature, performs regularly at SeaTac Airport as part of the Experience the City of Music Project, and is a frequent featured vocalist with the highly revered Seattle Rock Orchestra.