With Sup Pop’s 20th Anniversary Party finished and the 2008 Decibel Festival still a couple months away, Seattle looks to to another kind of multi-day party for the interim. The Capitol Hill Block Party, now in its 11th year, is an annual music showcase that gathers indie and underground bands in the U.S., with a special focus on Northwest-based artists.

The 2008 edition, to take place July 25 and 26, will feature four stages, live performances broadcast on Seattle’s KEXP radio station, and a lineup that includes Girl Talk, Chromeo, Les Savy Fav, Vampire Weekend, Mika Miko, Common Market, and many more.

Tickets are probably the cheapest you’ll find for any outdoor festival this year, with advance passes being a mere $18 and two-day tickets priced at $34. Partial proceeds will go towards violence-prevention non-profit Home Alive and The Vera Project, a youth-operated, all-ages venue and recording studio.

Full Lineup
Black Whales
The Pharmacy
Airborn Toxic Event
Champagne Champagne
Pleasure Boaters
The Heavy Hearts
Talbot Tagora
Abe Vigoda
Mika Miko
Say Hi
Natalie Portman’s Shaved Head
Black Eyes and Neck Ties
Head LIke a Kite
Past Lives
The Emergency
The Dodos
Jay Reatard
Pase Rock
Paul Devro
Pretty Titty
Common Market
Girl Talk
Les Savy Fav
Vampire Weekend
Angelo Spencer
New Faces
The Whore Moans
The Loved Ones
Sleepy Eyes of Death
Voyager One
Valella Valella
Feral Children
Book of Black Earth
The Physics
Man Plus
Black Elk
Grand Ole Party
Schoolyard Heroes
Kristen Ward
The Hands
Darker My Love
The Builders and The Butchers
Jaguar Love
Throw Me a Statue
Steed Lord
Kay Kay and His Weathered Underground
Cave Singers
Kimya Dawson
Fleet Foxes
The Hold Steady

Above: Girl Talk. Photo By Jarrod Curry.