A new music series called The Hump Day Hash kicks off tonight at Century Center, which is the complex of buildings behind the old Brightwood Mill at the intersection of Southwest Century Drive and Southwest Commerce Avenue. It’s also going to host the Bend Roots Revival in September, as Frequency told you back in February.
Tonight’s show starts around 6 p.m., with singer-songwriter Kylan Johnson and hip-hop powerhouse Mosley Wotta. There’ll be food and drinks to purchase, and — as part of the series’ effort to showcase local nonprofits — PoetHouse Art will be on hand to let folks know what they do. They’ll get a cut of the vendors’ sales, too.
I wrote a longer story about The Hump Day Hash that ran in Tuesday’s Community Life page in The Bulletin, which includes where the idea came from, who’s going to be selling food and drinks, and the rest of the series’ lineup. Click here to read it.