Choklate, recognized as an indie-soul/R&B trailblazer who consistently connects with audiences worldwide, comes to City Hall plaza, 600 Fourth Ave., for a free, all-ages performance, 12 to 1:30 p.m., July 25, as part of the Seattle Presents free summer concert series. Seattle Presents features eight consecutive weeks of free concerts on Thursdays at City Hall, July through August.
Choklate, who writes all her own music, has already taken the breath away from many listeners around the world. The Seattle-based songstress infuses her sultry alto voice with hard, progressive beats and very real lyrics—sparking many different kinds of emotions. “All of the music that I make is from my soul,” Choklate genuinely confirms.
Seattle Presents concerts are presented by the Seattle Office of Arts and Culture in partnership with Seattle Parks and Recreation, Metropolitan Improvement District and Triamp Group.