What is Kazzufest?

Kazzufest is the annual music and arts festival brought to you by Friends of KZUU. Taking place April 2 at the BellTower in downtown Pullman, Kazzufest will feature a wide range of musical genres from artists across the Pacific Northwest. This year's lineup includes Seattle surf punks Tacocat, indie darlings Tangerine and Los Angeles DJ Dallas Cotton.

Check out the Kazzufest website »

 

A music festival?

in Pullman?

Yes, a music festival in Pullman. We at KZUU believe this isolated college town needs a dose of real, non-commercial music. So, we've spent months raising money; vetting bands, DJs and record labels; and working with community partners to make Kazzufest the coolest show on the Palouse.

 

How can I help?

For starters, you can attend one of our awesome Haus Shows! For just $5, you can jam out with local and touring bands, and help us raise money for the coup de grâce, Kazzufest. That's right: Small shows lead to the big one. Everyone wins, right? To the left is the flyer for our next Haus Show on March 5. You can RSVP right here.

If you're feeling extra generous, you can also donate to our Indiegogo campaign. Give enough and you'll get a mystery swag bag, a signed artist's print or a VIP pass to the Kazzufest after-party!

 

 

 

 

 

Where can I get tickets?

We'll sell tickets every Monday and Wednesday starting Feb. 8 on the Glenn Terrell Mall, the center of the Washington State University campus. They'll also be available online at brownpapertickets.com. The price is $12 for WSU students, $15 for the general public and $20 at the door. This gets you a full day at the BellTower with killer music, food vendors and, yes, alcoholic refreshments (if you're 21 or older).

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