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Couvapalooza rocks a good cause

Couvapalooza rocks a good cause

first_imgOne From Many Couvapalooza’s organizers have never been afraid of thinking big.Heidi Hahn-Troxler and her husband, Michael Troxler, launched the music festival last year after visiting the South by Southwest festival in Austin, Texas. They figured if that area could have a big music exhibition, why not Vancouver?• What: Couvapalooza, a rock festival to support music programs in Clark County schools.• When: 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 17.• Where: Outdoors at Clark College, 1933 Fort Vancouver Way, Vancouver.• Cost: $25 at the gate, $15 with a military ID, kids younger than 12 free with a paying adult. Monitored parking available at Clark College’s Red Lot accessed from Fort Vancouver Way for $3.• Info: Event website.Admittedly, the dream of bringing a dozen or so national acts to Clark County for a rock fest seemed daunting, but the couple pulled it off, despite a few weather-related hiccups that led to smaller crowds.• What:Parties and mini-concerts before and after the Couvapalooza showcase.• Where:Pre-Palooza party at Malibu’s, 115 E. Seventh St., with nine bands playing short sets. Post-Palooza parties at Malibu’s and Cascade Bar and Grill, 15000 S.E. Mill Plain Blvd.• When: Pre-Palooza party starts at 7 p.m. Friday, Aug. 16. Post-Palooza parties both start at 9:30 p.m. on Saturday, Aug. 17.• Cost:All events are $5 cover, free for VIP ticketholders.Bands• Everclear.• Smoochknob.• Winchester Rebels.• Secret of Boris.• Remington.• One From Many.• Bond & Bentley.• Foreign Talks.• Dylan Jakobsen.• The Background.• Peter Chung.• Seth Myzel.• Bella Folly.• Battle Ground High School Advanced Jazz Band.• 7th Street Jazz Band.• In My Car.That didn’t stop them from aiming even higher this year. So they convinced their friend Art Alexakis and his well-known band, Everclear, to headline at their little-festival-that-could.last_img read more