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Singles with Pop-Up Record Fair

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  • Sun, Jun 9

Run Time: 99 min. Rating: PG-13 Release Year: 1992

Doors & Record Fair at 6:30 p.m.; Film at 7 p.m. Tickets $15.
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Rocket back to the 90s when hair was long and grunge was strong. Featuring multiple appearances from rock legends and one of the decade’s most iconic soundtracks, Singles is a musical time capsule of the Pacific Northwest.

Come early for a pop-up record fair inspired by the film, where vinyl aficionados and cinephiles alike can revel in the nostalgia of a bygone era and celebrate the enduring spirit of individuality.

ON SCREEN: Singles

1992. Directed by Cameron Crowe. Runtime: 99 minutes. Rated PG-13.

Set amidst the burgeoning Seattle alternative music scene of the early 90s, Singles follows a group of twenty-somethings as they try to find love and try to come to terms with their passage into adulthood. Arranged as an episodic comedy, the film follows a group of friends who live in the same apartment building and hang out at the same coffee shop. 

The central couple is Steve Dunne (Campbell Scott) and Linda Powell (Kyra Sedgwick), a pair who meet at an Alice In Chains concert and eventually fall in love. Singles follows the tumultuous relationship between Steve and Linda and their friendship with Janet Livermore (Bridget Fonda), who is trying to win the affection of grunge-rocker Cliff Poncier (Matt Dillon).

The film also has a number of cameos, including actors Eric Stoltz, Tom Skerritt, Peter Horton, director Tim Burton and the film’s writer/director, Cameron Crowe. From the musical side of the fence, Singles features appearances by Sub Pop executive Bruce Pavitt, musicians Chris Cornell (Soundgarden), Pat DiNizio (Smithereens), Tad (Tad), and Pearl Jam’s Eddie Vedder, Jeff Ament, and Stone Gossard, who play Dillon’s backing band, Citizen Dick.

ON STAGE: Record sales from Super-Electric and more


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