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    Abbey Arts presents CATHEDRALS XII: Adra Boo, Maiah Manser, The Banner Days, Kelli Schaefer, Hope Simpson, Nouela Johnston, Phinisey - TICKETS AT THE DOOR TONIGHT, OPENS 7PM
    Abbey Arts @ St Mark's Cathedral
    Seattle, WA
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    Saturday Jun 04, 2016 8:00 PM - Saturday Jun 04, 2016 10:00 PM | $10.00 - $25.00




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    Abbey Arts presents CATHEDRALS XII: Adra Boo, Maiah Manser, The Banner Days, Kelli Schaefer, Hope Simpson, Nouela Johnston, Phinisey - TICKETS AT THE DOOR TONIGHT, OPENS 7PM
    TICKETS AT THE DOOR TONIGHT, OPENS 7:00
    $15 for Concert, $25 for Concert + Sound Bath
    Cash preferred

    6/4* CATHEDRALS XII: indie bands simplified down to only their voices perform in the massive St Marks Cathedral. Audience sits all around the space on blankets, yoga mats, benches, chairs.

    All ages, open seating, bar w/ ID in lobby.

    Singers this year include: Adra Boo (Fly Moon Royalty), Maiah Manser, The Banner Days (Bradford Loomis & Beth Whitney),  Kelli Schaefer (Portland), Hope Simpson (Ever So Android), Nouela Johnston, Phinisey (Tacoma) and special guests.  All performing short sets with no instruments.  All ages, open seating, bar w/ ID (bar profits to charity - Greening the Abbey campaign sponsored by Church of the Apostles).

    New this year: Giant Sound Bath follows the concert, featuring Daniel Blue (motopony) and sound bath experience in the massive Cathedral led by Daniella White.  Bring yoga mats or blankets.  

    Enjoy the sunset filtering through the amazing windows at St Marks Cathedral while listening to some of Seattles most powerful voices.  Concert will run 8-9:30 followed by a Giant Sound Bath experience at 9:45-11pm.  

    $20 for the sound bath only or only $25 for both

    Lineup subject to change, no refunds.


    NOTE - BE SURE TO PURCHASE THE CONCERT + SOUND BATH TICKET IF YOU WANT TO ENJOY BOTH EXPERIENCES

    Tickets: $12 advance, $15 door
    $25 with Giant Sound Bath experience
    7:00 doors, 8:00 performance, 9:30 short break,
    9:45-11pm Giant Sound Bath experience ($20 separately)


    All ages, open seating, bar w/ ID (bar profits to charity).
    Quiet picnics welcome.

    NO CAMERAS with audible shutters due to acoustics of space.
    ALL DEVICES must be silenced, thank you.


    LOCATION:

    ST MARK'S EPISCOPAL CATHEDRAL
    1245 10th Ave East on Capitol Hill
    Free parking lot on site

    DRINKS:
    All local - Wilridge Wine and Seattle Cider will be available.  *Bar profits go to support the "Greening the Abbey" campaign managed by Fremont Abbey building owners Church of the Apostles.  


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    IMPORTANT & UNUSUAL EVENT DETAILS:

    SEATING:
    To create a "giant living room" effect we offer an unusual concert experience with informal seating on the floor up front surrounding the stage and lots of pews, benches, and chairs around the space.  

    We highly recommend you bring blankets and cushions to create a more comfortable experience whether sitting on the floor or seats.  Quiet and non-messy snacks/picnics are allowed. No outside alcohol please.

    NOISE:
    Please actually silence all devices. Turn off vibrate, rings, etc.
    NO CAMERAS WITH MECHANICAL SHUTTERS  (This goes for Press too unless approved to shoot during applause only.)  That means silent digital cameras/photos are ok but we really recommend you enjoy most of the show through your own 'retina screens'.  

    Anyone exhibiting loud or disruptive behavior during the event will be asked to leave.

    Absolutely no talking during the performances please, this room is very live acoustically and everyone will hear you. :-)  We are unable to provide a separate room for viewing this event if you are not able to be silent, so please plan accordingly before purchasing tickets.  These shows are very very pin drop quiet so please consider that when deciding what ages are appropriate.  No cry room available at this venue and even voices in the lobby will be heard in the concert space.


    MORE INFO:

    http://www.abbeyarts.me/cathedrals for info, past shows, videos, etc.

    Sign up for our email list to get presale passwords for future shows plus exclusive recordings from Mirah, Gundersens, Mary Lambert, and more. http://www.fremontabbey.org/mixtape


    Past CATHEDRALS shows have featured Agnes Obel, Damien Jurado, Mirah, My Brightest Diamond, Noah Gundersen & Family, Sera Cahoone, Lemolo, Led to Sea, The Moondoggies, Tomo Nakayama, Shenandoah Davis, Kelli Schaefer, Campfire OK, Bryan John Appleby, and more.

    SOCIAL:
    Mark your photos:  #seattlecathedrals   and tag @abbeyarts on Instagram or Facebook, @fremontabbey on Twitter


    ABOUT:
    Abbey Arts is a Seattle nonprofit curating welcoming arts & cultural experiences for people of all ages & incomes.  Music, literary, visual, dance, storytelling, and more.  Nonprofit 501c3, non-religious events & programs. Since 2005.

    http://www.abbeyarts.me

    Home venue: Fremont Abbey Arts Center, 4272 Fremont Ave North, Seattle
    and the new Ballard Homestead, 6541 Jones Ave NW, Seattle


    *Lineup subject to change, no refunds

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    Location

    Abbey Arts @ St Mark's Cathedral (View)
    1245 10th Avenue East
    Seattle, WA 98102
    United States


    Categories

    Music > All Ages
    Music > Folk
    Music > Singer/Songwriter

    Dog Friendly: No
    Non-Smoking: Yes!
    Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!

    Contact

    Owner: Abbey Arts Center
    On BPT Since: Jun 06, 2007
     
    Nathan Marion
    206-414-8325
    arts@fremontabbey.org
    http://www.fremontabbey.or...