Third Eye Blind, Live, Eve 6, Screaming Trees Set For Bumbershoot

Third Eye Blind, Eve 6, Harvey Danger, Squirrel Nut Zippers and God Lives Underwater are just a few of the bands that have already firmed-up their Labor Day vacation plans, as those groups will join the over 2,000 other artists and artisans at this year's Bumbershoot Fest, being held in Seattle from September 4-7.

Other groups taking off for the great Northwest next weekend include Live -- making its first appearance since heading into a studio last month to start work on a new record (see "Live To Webcast Recording of New Album"), Fuel, Morcheeba, Mark Eitzel, Sean Lennon, Whiskeytown, Sunny Day Real Estate, Mary Lou Lord, Ozomatli, Yo La Tengo and Cracker, among a host of others.

Another act making a notable appearance at the arts festival -- which got its start back in 1971 -- is the Screaming Trees, whose Labor Day gig marks a "reunion" show of sorts, as the presently label-less band hasn't played live together in almost

two years.

Tickets for the four-day event being held at the Seattle Center are available through all Ticketmaster locations for $10/day in advance, $14/day at the door.