Abbey Arts Presents, Seattle (Fremont Abbey Arts Center)
  • FREMONT ABBEY

    Upper Fremont at 43rd
    On the #5 bus line and short walk to E line


    4272 Fremont Ave North
    Seattle, WA 98103


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    TICKETS  |  JULY  |  AUG  | SEPT | OCTPast | About |

    6/3 Josiah Johnson, Lenore;  6/4 Art Neureau – FREE; 6/6 The Moth StorySlam; 6/7 Ballard Fiddlers; 6/11 The Round; 6/13 Crosscut; 6/14 Not Creepy Social Event; 6/14 Jordan, Jesse, Go!; 6/21 Sera Cahoone; 6/25 Sound Bath

    7/3 The Moth StorySlam (Wednesday!); 7/11 The Odd Kids; 7/20 This Is The Kit; 7/21 The Deer, Takenobu; 7/26 Bradford Loomis, Naomi Wachira, Katie Costello;  7/30 Florist;

    Monthly: The Round (2nd Tue), Open Space (2nd Sun – Free); Open Arts Mic (1st & 3rd Tue – Free), The Moth (1st Thu, 3rd Fri)

    6/21 Sera Cahoone, guests

    Sera Cahoone (solo),

    Bryan John Appleby,

    Lana McMullen

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

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    All ages, some seating available
    Bar with ID, profits to charity  (thanks to the generous support of our local sponsors)

    6/21 The Moth StorySLAM

    @ St. Mark’s Episcopal Cathedral 1245 10th Ave E, Seattle, WA 98102

    The Moth StorySLAM – World renowned storytelling event & top arts podcast as heard on NPR! Different theme every show!  1st THURSDAYS @ Fremont Abbey Arts Center, 3rd FRIDAYS @ St Mark’s on Capitol Hill, presented by Abbey Arts


    7pm doors, 8:00pm show, all ages, PG-13, mostly seated, bar w/ ID. Arrive by 7:45p to ensure entry.

    ADVANCE TICKETS: Tickets go on sale about a week in advance through The Moth email system (sign up and select Seattle).

    DOOR TICKETS:  About 50 tickets are now available at the door ($10 cash only). The Moth producer & volunteers manage tickets and entry.

    VOLUNTEER: Signup on the Abbey Arts email newsletter to find out other ways to get into The Moth such as the hard to get free Volunteer spots!

    Bar w/ ID. Profits to Fremont Abbey Arts Center thanks to the generosity of our local sponsors:Schilling Cider, Fremont BrewingCommuni-Tea KombuchaSound Spirits, and Proletariat Wine Company.

    July

    7/2 Open Arts Mic

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    FREE | Now on 1st and 3rd Tuesdays! | 7:30 doors/signups, 8:00 start | All ages, PG13, seated, FREE

    Check the Facebook Group for updates.  Generally held upstairs but look for signs.

    All performance art forms welcome. Music, poetry, dance, more. Unplugged, no PA, upstairs in the Abbey Great Hall. Grand piano is available.  Original music & art only please, no covers unless in the public domain.

    Our Open Arts Mic is designed to help develop an artful community and increase quality of performance here in Seattle. Please come expecting a supportive audience and a quiet respectful experience. No rock star attitudes please. If the list is full you’ll still get to enjoy some great art!  Hosted by Cooper Stoulil & friends.

    + Check out the Next Stage workshops on most 3rd Tuesdays at 6pm in the Gallery downstairs.

    7/11 The Odd Kids

    The Odd Kids: CD Release with Bleachbear, Before Our Time

    TICKETS | FACEBOOK

     

    All ages, some seating available

    #MyAbbeyStory Project

     Maganpromo  LeRoyBell (Promo)BirdsOfChicagopromo

    Read Their Stories Here

     

    7/20 This Is The Kit

    This Is The Kit, ings

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    All ages, some seating available

    7/21 The Deer

    The Deer, Takenobu

    + an opening set by Aviva le Fey & Daniel Steinbock

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    All ages, some seating available

    7/26 Bradford Loomis

    Bradford Loomis,

    Naomi Wachira,

    Costello

     

    TICKETS | FACEBOOK

    All ages, seated

    7/30 Florist

    Abbey Arts & All Camp present: Florist, guests

     

    July 30th @Fremont Abbey
    7:30p show, 7p doors 
    All ages, some seating, bar w/ ID

     

    TICKETS | FACEBOOK

     

     

     

    Bar w/ ID. Profits to charity thanks to the generosity of our local sponsors

    August

    8/9 Gangstagrass

    Nectar Lounge & Abbey Arts Present:

    Gangstagrass, guest

     

    TICKETS | FACEBOOK

     

    All ages, some seating available
    Bar with ID  (thanks to the generous support of our local sponsors)

     

    8/17 Heather Maloney

     

    Heather Maloney, guest

     

     

     

    TICKETS | FACEBOOK

    All ages, seated

     

     

     

    8/17 Gareth Reynolds

     

    The Crocodile Presents:

    Gareth Reynolds

     

     

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    All ages, some seating available

     

     

     

     

    Bar with ID, profits to Yoga Behind Bars (thanks to the generous support of our local sponsors)

    8/28 Missy Raines

    Missy Raines, Warren G Hardings

     

    Aug 28th @Ballard Homestead,
    7:30p show, 7p doors
    All ages, seated

     

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    September

    9/2 The Posies

    The Posies, guest

    TICKETS | FACEBOOK

    All ages, some seating available, bar w/ID

    9/6 Yo, Is This Racist?

    The Crocodile Presents:

    Yo, Is This Racist?

    (Podcast)

     

     

     


    TICKETS | FACEBOOK

     

     

     

    All ages, some seating available
    Bar with ID (thanks to the generous support of our local sponsors)

     

    9/19 RISK!

    The Crocodile Presents:

    RISK!

    Live show and podcast, hosted by Kevin Allison

     

     


    TICKETS | FACEBOOK

     

     

     

    All ages, some seating available
    Bar with ID (thanks to the generous support of our local sponsors)

    9/20 Peter Bradley Adams

    Peter Bradley Adams, guest

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    All ages, some seating available

    9/21 Pokey LaFarge

    Pokey LaFarge (solo), Jack Klatt

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    All ages, some seating available

    October

    10/25 Chris Pureka

    Chris Pureka, Laura Gibson

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    All ages, some seating, bar w/ ID

     

    Bar w/ ID. Profits to charity thanks to the generosity of our local sponsors

    PAST SHOWS:

    6/14 Jordan, Jesse, Go!

    Jordan, Jesse, Go!

     

     

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    6/11 The Round (169)

    THE ROUND (169)

    With musicians:

    The Hackles,
    Kara Hesse,
    Ian Ketterer

    +spoken word poet Devonnie, and live painter Xcito

    @ Fremont Abbey, 7:30pm show, 7pm doors, all ages, some seating

     

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    Music | Poetry | Visual | Collaboration

    The Round features three songwriters sharing the stage, sometimes with a backing band. They alternate with a slam poet while one or two visual artists create live throughout the show and paintings are available for silent auction afterwards.  Audience members sit quietly a few feet away from a low stage, all together to create a unique evening of high quality & collaborative arts. Look forward to a unique finale on most shows, and often some crowd participation.  Musicians can only play the Seattle Round once a year, so it’s always a unique mix.  The Round has featured major acts like Damien Jurado, Nikkita Oliver, Mary Lambert, David Bazan, Haley Heynderickx, Buddy Wakefield, and many more.  www.TheRound.org

    6/7 Ballard Fiddlers

    6th Annual Fiddle Showcase featuring

    Ballard Fiddlers, Mighty Dreadful, Hot Cider

    + Square Dance after the show

     

    June 7th @Ballard Homestead,

    7p show, 6:30p doors, 8:30p dance
    All ages, seated

     

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    6/6 Sound & Stillness

    SOUND & STILLNESS:
    Abby Gundersen and Rae Helsel – Yoga & Music event

     

    TICKETS | FACEBOOK

    All ages, open floor, some yoga mats provided but please bring your own if possible

    6/6 The Moth StorySLAM

    The Moth StorySLAM – World renowned storytelling event & top arts podcast as heard on NPR! Different theme every show!  See www.TheMoth.org for details

    1st THURSDAYS @ Fremont Abbey Arts Center
    (pay lot 1/2 block up the hill or free street parking)
    3rd FRIDAYS @ Bloedel Hall St Mark’s

    7pm doors, 8:00pm show, all ages, mostly seated, bar w/ ID.
    The Moth does not qualify for TeenTix, Gift certificates or other special offers.  Note: Moth Storyslam content is not vetted or previewed.  This is an “open mic” type format and may contain adult language from both storytellers & hosts.

    ADVANCE TICKETS: Tickets go on sale about a week in advance through The Moth email system and their website (sign up and select Seattle). The shows often sell out.

    DOOR TICKETS:  About 50 tickets are now available at the door (cash only). The Moth producers & volunteers manage tickets and entry.

    VOLUNTEER: Signup on the Abbey Arts email newsletter to find out other ways to get into The Moth such as the hard to get free Volunteer spots!

    Bar Profits to local charities thanks to the generosity of our local sponsors:

    5/31 Elliott Morgan

    The Crocodile Presents:

    Elliott Morgan

    Mike Falzone

     

     

     


    TICKETS | FACEBOOK

     

     

     

    All ages, some seating available
    Bar with ID (thanks to the generous support of our local sponsors)

     

     

    5/21 The Westerlies

    5/21 The Westerlies

    TICKETS | FACEBOOK

     

    All ages, some seating available
    Bar with ID  (thanks to the generous support of our local sponsors)

     

    6/3 Josiah Johnson

    Josiah Johnson, Lenore, Dean Johnson

     

     

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    5/23: LiveWire

    7:30p, 6:30p doors

     

    5/25 Rainbow Girls

    Rainbow Girls, guest

    TICKETS | FACEBOOK

    All ages, some seating available

    5/28 Sound Bath

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    Resonance Chamber Community Sound Bath experience with Irene Ingalls 

    All ages, very quiet event. Bring your own yoga mat or soft blanket to lay down on. Tea will be available for donation.

     

    7:00p doors, 7:30p start.

     

    Capacity is limited for this event.  Bring your own yoga mat if possible, we will have a limited number of mats & cushions available. Tea will be available for donation. All ages, very quiet event. No cameras or phones please.

    A Sound Bath is a unique and wonderful blend of sound concert and transformative healing session, a sensory experience in which participants are awash in sound vibrations produced by singing bowls, voice and other sound tools. Seattle Sound Temple offers weekly community sounds baths, private, one-on-one sound healing sessions and private group sound bath sessions, all with the Temple’s owner and sound healing practitioner, Irene Ingalls. In her sessions, Irene works with up to 20 Alchemy singing bowls, her voice and other tools to create an immersive soundscape that is, at once, deeply relaxing, healing and a beautiful sonic treat.

    TICKETS  |  FACEBOOK

    May 17: Michael Meade

    May 17, 2019 - Friday 7-9pm - Inner Wisdom: Seeking Spirit, Making Soul - an evening with Michael Meade

     

     

    East West Bookshop presents:


     INNER WISDOM: SEEKING SPIRIT, MAKING SOUL – AN EVENING WITH MICHAEL MEADE


    MAY 17, 2019 – FRIDAY 7-9PM


    Upstairs @ Fremont Abbey



    Info & Tickets

    CANCELLED: Paul Byrom

    CANCELLED:
    5/17 Paul Byrom

     

     

    TICKETS | FACEBOOK

    All ages, seated

     

     

     

    5/14 The Round (168)

    THE ROUND (168)

    Kate Dinsmore, Cody Kilpatrick, Limanjaya

    Musicians

    Allison Morton

    Spoken word poet & live painter

    Ashleigh Miller

    Dancer & spoken word poet

    @ Fremont Abbey, 7:30pm show, 7pm doors, all ages, bar w/ ID, some seating

    Music | Poetry | Visual | Dance | Collaboration

    TICKETS | FACEBOOK

    The Round features three songwriters sharing the stage, sometimes with a backing band. They alternate with a slam poet while one or two visual artists create live throughout the show and paintings are available for silent auction afterwards.  Audience members sit quietly a few feet away from a low stage, all together to create a unique evening of high quality & collaborative arts. Look forward to a unique finale on most shows, and often some crowd participation.  Musicians can only play the Seattle Round once a year, so it’s always a unique mix.  The Round has featured major acts like Damien Jurado, Nikkita Oliver, Mary Lambert, David Bazan, Haley Heynderickx, Buddy Wakefield, and many more.  www.TheRound.org

    5/12 Open Space

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    Feat. Lacey Brown & Alex Mrakovich

     

    Open Space – 2nd Sundays

    8:30-9:00pm live music. FREE. Contemplative non-religious music by different local musicians each month.  The perfect chill way to ease into the week.  

    Bring cushions/pillows/blankets and lay down anywhere around the Great Hall.  Some cushions & yoga mats provided.  Doors open at 8:00.  No talking and please turn all mobile devices to airplane mode when entering.    Event co-sponsored by Church of the Apostles. 

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