Uncle Bonsai will perform at the Kirkland Performance Center on Nov. 18. Courtesy of Uncle Bonsai

Uncle Bonsai will perform at the Kirkland Performance Center on Nov. 18. Courtesy of Uncle Bonsai

Uncle Bonsai returning to Kirkland Performance Center Nov. 18

  • Thursday, November 9, 2017 2:20pm
  • Life

The Seattle trio Uncle Bonsai will return to the Kirkland Performance Center Nov. 18 to celebrate the release of its ninth recording, “The Family Feast: The Study of the Human Condition, First World Problems, and the Lasting Physiological and Psychological Effects of Eating Our Young.”

Now in its 36th year, the acoustic folk-pop trio continues to tackle topics such as first-world problems, the creation of the universe, the afterlife and holidays with the family, according to a press release.

Uncle Bonsai will be performing songs from their most recent release, along with selections from more than 35 years of performing and recording.

The show will be at 8 p.m. Tickets are $20-30.

Kirkland Performance Center is located at 350 Kirkland Ave. in Kirkland.

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