Wecelium Wellness Weekender – Abbey Arts Presents, Seattle (Fremont Abbey Arts Center)

    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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    Wecelium Wellness Weekender

    Music & Health Experience – April 19-20, 2024 

    @ Historic Washington Hall 

      in Seattle’s Central District (Duwamish Land)

    + Sunday 4/21 @ Black & Tan HallGabriel Teodros, Day Soul Exquisite, Yirim Seck & Dsrt Flwr – TICKETS

    + Monday 4/22 @ Heron’s Nest on the Duwamish River (EARTH DAY) volunteer opp – VOLUNTEER


    FRIDAY: https://4-19-24-Wecelium.eventbrite.com 

    SATURDAY: https://4-20-24-WeceliumWeekender.eventbrite.com 

    (2 Day Pass discount tickets available at either link)


    Live Music sets by 

    Porangui, Yaima, Rafe Pearlman, Andy Fisher-Price, Alexa Sunshine Rose, Micaela Kingslight (of Three Wheels Turning), Sonya Robin, more


    DJ set by Adnan (Bloom Dance) with Ecstatic dance Saturday night 


    Host/Emcee (FRI/SAT): Aimee Ringle (of Three Wheels Turning)

    Opening moment (SAT): Maytrelli Diaz (Holistik Living)


    Breathwork with Suntaya & Elo 

    Interactive embodiment workshops

    Sound baths & integration tea time, community meals, more


    Elixir bar (Mertails and more), Diaspora Kava, cacao and more   

    {No alcohol at this event}

    Barefoot / socks /  no shoes in main concert space & tea lounge


    In addition to this beautiful 2 day community container of music and connection we will be celebrating Earth Day weekend and recruiting volunteers, donations and support for  The Herons Nest land project on the Duwamish River – 



    About Herons Nest: “​​Located in the heart of Seattle, along the Duwamish Greenbelt, the Heron’s Nest is a place to find solace in ever growing surroundings. Perched on the hills along the Duwamish River, and located in the largest contiguous forest left in the city, we are a place to stay, learn, grow, and build together. 

    Shared Spaces is currently leasing the 3.56-acre parcel adjacent to the Duwamish Longhouse and Cultural Center in West Seattle. We are collectively working to repurpose and renovate facilities for community use while raising funds to purchase the land in order to steward and repatriate it to The Duwamish Tribe.”




    Presented by Wecelium Wellness / Wecelium Network in partnership with Abbey Arts, nonprofit arts & music experiences in Seattle & beyond.  Also in cooperation with Darin at Imagine Music & Arts Festival (Orcas Island Sep 6-8, 2024), Washington Hall, Maytrelli & Holistik Living, Adnan & Bloom Dance, Hector & Ian at Diaspora Kava, and more. 


     Wecelium Wellness is part of the Wecelium Network, supporting transformational events, festivals, workshops and independent producers around the PNW.  Want to get involved and co-create?  wecelium@gmail.com www.wecelium.net 


     Wecelium & Abbey Arts have hosted artists such as Porangui, Mose, East Forest, Peia, Yaima, and numerous sound baths and other conscious concerts.  Our events in this series are without alcohol, often involve barefoot dance space, tea lounges, and welcome people to dive into their own transformation solo or with community.


    Wecelium Network –  www.wecelium.net  (PNW) 

    Abbey Arts Presents –  www.abbeypresents.org
    (Fremont, Ballard, South Park, Capitol Hill, UDistrict, Central District, Greenlake, Peninsula) 


    What is Wellness?  Google is pretty close… 

    People often think about wellness in terms of physical health — nutrition, exercise, weight management, etc., but it is so much more. Wellness is a holistic integration of physical, mental, and spiritual well-being, fueling the body, engaging the mind, and nurturing the spirit (1). Although it always includes striving for health, it’s more about living life fully (1), and is “a lifestyle and a personalized approach to living life in a way that… allows you to become the best kind of person that your potentials, circumstances, and fate will allow”