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     OCT | NOV | DEC | JAN | PAST  |   All shows 8pm at Fremont Abbey unless noted.

    10/2: Ramblin’ Jack Elliott


    Location-BallardHomestead6541 Jones Ave NW

    *SOLD OUT*

    Ramblin’ Jack Elliott with Courtney Marie Andrews
    5 Time Grammy Award Nominee

    Doors: 7pm | Show 7:30 pm
    Tickets: $20 advance, $25 door, $18 senior/student | FACEBOOK RSVP

    *SOLD OUT*    Standing room/partial seating tickets may be available at the door at 7:30pm, waiting list goes up at 6:30pm.  $25.   Approximate set times 7:30 Courtney Marie Andrews, 8:15 Ramblin’ Jack Elliott.

    Free street parking on 65th, please do not park on Jones Ave. Parking lot may be available on 23rd as well.


    “In giving new life to our most valuable musical traditions, Ramblin’ Jack has himself become an American treasure.”  

    – President Bill Clinton awarding Jack the National Medal of the Arts

    “His tone of voice is sharp, focused and piercing.   All that and he plays the guitar effortlessly in a fluid flat-picking perfected style.  He was a brilliant entertainer….  Most folk musicians waited for you to come to them.  Jack went out and grabbed you…..  Jack was King of the Folksingers.”

    -Bob Dylan, Chronicles: Volume One


    10-2 Courtney Marie Andrews


    10/9: Gary Louris (Jayhawks)



    Gary Louris, vocalist and lyricist for the Minnesota Alt-country group, The Jayhawks, comes to Seattle, performing a rare concert at the Fremont Abbey Arts Center.

    TICKETS  $20  |   Facebook Event

    All Ages, bar w/ ID. Mostly Seated.



    “…lilting vocals and gentle accoustic fireworks: The slow waltzing guitars and sweet, wrenching vocals of the mortality-obsessed ‘Will I See You in Heaven’ might seem melodramatic on any other record, but not here, because time rolling slowly away from us is the Jayhawks’ main subject matter.” – Rolling Stone on The Jayhawks

    “…pioneers of the alternative-country movement.” – NPR

    The band the Jayhawks (cq) sing to a full house at the Filmore that came for the alternative country band on Friday January 20, 2001 in San Francisco, Calif. (CONTRA COSTA TIMES/ GREGORY URQUIAGA) 22JAYH.JPG

    10/13: The Round (#125)



    10/13 The Round (#125) featuring musicians Big Sur, Vicci Martinez, Debbie Neigher, and more sharing the stage with slam poet Matt Gano and live painters Glory Cancro & Penelope (youth artist). 2nd Tuesdays @ Fremont Abbey Arts Center

    The 125th event in our monthly series of collaborative arts performances. Each month a curated lineup of three musicians share the stage with a slam poet and live painter. Always a unique performance with different artists. Audience sits up close just a few feet away for this intimate listener oriented concert experience. Curated by Nathan Marion.

    TICKETS:  $8 advance / $10 door  |  Facebook Event

    10/15: Benefit Event


    10/16: Kapoor, Broderick




    Vikesh Kapoor
    Heather Woods Broderick (of Efterklang/Horse Feathers/Sharon Van Etten)
    Ora Cogan (Vancouver BC)

    TICKETS: $9 adv, $13 door  |  Facebook Event

    ​”​Kapoor’s cameos of blue-collar life are poignant and universal: wrecked home towns, insecure employment, busted dreams. An impressive debut.” ★★★★ THE GUARDIAN
    “A series of sharply etched portraits of struggling Americans that points back along a road of socially conscious songs.” – THE NEW YORKER

    Heather Woods Broderick is known for being a member of the internationally successful Danish band Efterklang, as well as Horse Feathers and as backing singer for Sharon Van Etten, her new solo release “Gilder” has been gathering critical praise from the likes of Vice Noisey, the Gaurdian (UK), Pitchfork, and was recently featured on NPR’s All Songs Considered.

    “It is ethereal and perfect. I just madly love this record.”
    Bob Boilen, NPR Music’s All Songs Considered

    “beautiful post-folk ballads…a thing of tremendous sonic depth…one of the year’s best debuts…”



    Musically like an intriguing fusion of Cockteau Twins meets Stevie Nicks.

    Mama Shelter – Heather Broderick from Sea Chant on Vimeo.


    Joining Heather will be Vancouver’s Ora Cogan, her music interweaves, folk, psychedelic-country, dark pop and Americana influences. She is a mesmerizing vocalist whose ethereal sound draws comparisons to the likes of Angel Olsen, Jolie Holland, and Mazzy Star.

    Her recent EP “Crystallize” is getting great press and was recently picked as a US radio CMJ Chart Discovery last week.

    Ora has toured the the area several times opening for the likes of Chelsea Wolfe , Shana Cleveland and The Be Good Tanyas.

    10/17: Bombadil, Erik Walters


    Location-BallardHomestead6541 Jones Ave NW

    Bombadil – North Carolina
    “Quirky, multi-textured, wildly inventive, eclectic, and hugely enjoyable,” “…a combination of open-minded chamber folk and the bright and sunny pop music of the 1960s,” “Syd Barrett meets The Beatles,” are just some of the media accolades used to describe Bombadil, a band that over the past year or so has been building a steady buzz, catching the attention and support of media outlets like the New York Times, NPR, and Diffuser.”

    Silver Torches (Erik Walters solo) – Seattle

    7:30 show, 7:00 doors, all ages, seated

    TICKETS: $10 early / $12 advance  |  $15 door   Facebook Event

    Groove in the Garden – Bombadil – “People Look Everywhere But Up!” from Beau Vorous on Vimeo.

    10/23: Drummond, Talbot

    10-23 Nick Drummond

    10-23 Nathaniel Talbot

    Location-BallardHomestead6541 Jones Ave NW, Seattle

    Nick Drummond (of Impossible Bird/The Senate)

    Nathaniel Talbot (Album Release)

    TICKETS: $12 adv / $15 door 

    all ages, seated

    About Nathaniel: “With enveloping lyrical stories and a voice that elicits the ghosts of folk’s storied past, Talbot cuts through the throngs of the Pacific Northwest’s folk-pop hopefuls and stands high above in class unto himself.” – SSG MUSIC

    “Challenging what folk music is capable of, Talbot’s powerful, uplifting voice harnesses a country twang complemented by lush acoustic finger-picking and a violin that feels like it was birthed next to a babbling brook in the mountains” – SEATTLE WEEKLY

    10/30: The Moth

    11-21-the-moth-horizLocation-BloedelHall(1245 10th Ave East)

    Tickets & Info

    SPECIAL EVENT – Friday, October 30th
    Costumes welcome. 8pm storytelling event, 7pm doors, waiting list goes up at 6:30pm for 8pm entry based on space available. Event normally 3rd Fridays @ Bloedel Hall, 1st Thursdays @ Fremont Abbey.

    All ages, bar w/ ID, mostly seated.  All bar profits go to support local nonprofits.

    SUPPORT: We serve local beer from Hilliards and Two Beers Brewery; local cider from Seattle Cider and Schilling Cider; Washington wine from Wilridge Winery, a rotating cocktail from Sound Spirits Distillery. This is a fundraiser event which means all bar profits tonight go to support Fremont Abbey Arts Center.


    10/31: The Steel Wheels

    10-31 Steel Wheels - Credit Blue Muse


    6541 Jones Ave NW, Seattle

    About The Steel Wheels: “The Steel Wheels have captured audiences across the country with their heady brew of original soulful mountain music and their deep commitment to roots and community. Based in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia, this dynamic four-piece string band marries old-time musical traditions with their own innovative sound and lifestyle, generating a truly magnetic revival.

     …”End of the World Again,” quite possibly one of the most beautiful songs of homecoming ever written.  -The Bluegrass Situation

    These men don’t rely on clichés, but they do have their feet steady in the firmament of sophisticated folk music.  Woody Guthrie and Hank Williams would be proud of their word play, their ambitious colorful language in their story… The Steel Wheels should be enjoyed because they sound like no one else in roots music.” -No Depression

    All ages, seated, 7:30 show start, 7:00 doors open. Costumes welcomed but not required.

    TICKETS: $12 student advance, $13 general advance, $15 door  |  Facebook Event

    NOVEMBER 2015


    11/3-14: #Abbey10


    Abbey Arts Ten Year Anniversary
    (10 Events, 10 Days)

    Celebrating a decade of arts & culture for all ages & incomes. Join in the fun and support Seattle’s creative community as we empower the next 10 years of Abbey Arts programs and events.  With over 31,000 attendance at our events and programs annually we are growing fast in 2015-16.  Abbey Arts needs your support to provide more affordable arts & culture opportunities for a growing city.  100% of donations goes to support programs, including ArtsConnect, Young Artists, Abbey Artists, and affordable music & arts events.

    11/3:  Launch Party @ Evo Fremont*

    Two live bands, local beer from Two Beers & Seattle Cider, arts fun, games, more! Enter via secret back entrance. TICKETS  | FACEBOOK EVENT

    11/4: Art For a Cause Party @ Fremont Abbey
    Join Bethany Foelber in helping to make art & encouraging cards for our neighbors at Patrick Place. FREE. 7pm.

    11/5: The Moth StorySLAM @ Fremont Abbey*
    8:00 show, Tickets & info

    11/6:  Family Concert, Puppet Making & Square Dance @ Ballard Homestead
    5:30 Puppet Workshop, 6:00 Community Dinner, 7:00 Concert, 8:00 Square Dance

    11/7:  OneBeat Music Event @ St Mark’s Cathedral*
    8:00 event, 7:00 doors.  25+ performers from around the world. Tickets |  More info

    11/8: OpenSpace Edition 1 @ Fremont Abbey
    8:30-9:00pm. Contemplative music. Bring pillows/blankets. FREE.

    11/10: The Round @ Fremont Abbey*
    Musicians, slam poets, live painters. TicketsMore info

    11/11:  Decorating Party / Volunteer Thank You @ TBD

    11/12: An Evening for Abbey Arts*

    Private Dinner, exclusive performances, live painting, and more.

    Event Chair: Helen Nesbitt, Event Host: Devin Schweppe.
    PRIVATE EVENT, RSVP REQUIRED.  $40-100 suggested
    Location in south Ballard, disclosed upon confirmation, free parking.
    6:00 Happy Hour, 7:00-9:00 Dinner, performances, and dessert.
    RSVP to Heather rsvp(at)fremontabbey.org

    11/14: Tenth Anniversary Party @ Fremont Abbey*

    Special performances by renowned Seattle musicians & artists. Food, drinks, art making, games, photo booth, Art Raffle, Family Hour, and more.  All funds go to support Abbey Arts programs for people of all ages & incomes.  

    Event Co-chairs: Erin O’Malley, Lori Austin.  

    $10-50 suggested donation



    RSVP for any event by contacting Heather – rsvp(at)fremontabbey.org

    All events are all ages  |  *Indicates Bar w/ ID  |



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    11/5: The Moth


    The Moth StorySLAM – World renowned storytelling event & top arts podcast as heard on NPR!

    1st THURSDAYS @Fremont Abbey Arts Center
    3rd FRIDAYS @Bloedel Hall, St Mark’s on Capitol Hill, presented by Abbey Arts (Except Oct 30)
    7pm doors, 8:00pm show, all ages, mostly seated, bar w/ ID. Arrive by 7:45p to ensure entry.

    ADVANCE TICKETS:  Tickets go on sale through The Moth email system (sign up and select Seattle) and they do sell out fast. Usually about 1 week before the show.   Note: Premium tickets let you get in early and skip the big line but do not guarantee a seat if you’re not there at 6:45.

    WAITING LIST:  About 20-50 spots are typically available at the door ($10 cash only) and we have a convenient waiting list system for you.  Here’s how it works: Simply line up when you can (lines often start by around 6:15pm and then the waiting list goes up outside on the door promptly at 6:30pm.  Once you sign up, feel free to grab dinner as actual entry will be based on space available at 8pm only, so you have to be outside at 8pm as we read down the list until the venue is full.

    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!

    SUPPORT:  Have a drink for a cause! We serve local beer from Hilliards and Two Beers Brewery; local cider from Seattle Cider and Schilling Cider; Washington wine from Wilridge Winery, a rotating cocktail from Sound Spirits Distillery. This is a fundraiser event which means all bar profits tonight go to support local charity SIXTH DAY DANCE.


    NOV 7: OneBeat Seattle

    @ St Mark’s



    11/20: The Banner Days

    11-20 banner days

    11/20 The Banner Days (Bradford Loomis) Album Release with Owl Parliment @ Ballard Homestead.  

    TICKETS: $10 early, $12 general advance, $15 door  |  FACEBOOK


    9/17: OK Sweetheart, Arc Iris

    9-17 OK Sweetheart- Arc Iris



    OK Sweetheart (Erin Austin)
    Arc Iris (Jocie Adams of The Low Anthem)

    Arc Iris who recently opened for The Gypsy Kings at Chateau Ste Michelle winery will be touring back through and playing an intimate concert at the Fremont Abbey sharing the evening with local favorite OK Sweetheart.

    SUPPORT: We serve local beer from Hilliards and Two Beers Brewery; local cider from Seattle Cider and Schilling Cider; Washington wine from Wilridge Winery, a rotating cocktail from Sound Spirits Distillery. This is a fundraiser event which means all bar profits tonight go to support 6th Day Dance, a nonprofit dedicated to bridging the gap between dancers and those with mental or physical disabilities.


    TICKETS: $8 early / $10 general / $13 door  | Facebook Event

    About OK Sweetheart \ About Arc Iris

    9/15: Open Arts Mic

    7-15 open mic small horiz

    Location-FremontAbbey(4272 Fremont Avenue North)

    Event held 3rd Tuesdays! – FREE event.

    All performance art forms welcome.  Music, poetry, more.  See Facebook Group for info.  7:00 signups, 7:30 start.  All ages, PG13, mostly seated.  Original music & art only please, no covers unless in the public domain. Hosted by Cooper.

    9/11: Lowland Hum

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    Lowland Hum, The Collection, Kathleen Murray

    Doors 7pm | Show 8pm
    TICKETS available at the door tonight, only $10 | FACEBOOK RSVP

    “Lowland Hum recently released their self-titled sophomore album, leading to an onslaught of positive attention from everyone from iTunes and Spotify to NPR Music, who debuted it on their First Listen stream; NPR cited the indie-folk duo as “Benefiting from a freewheeling, beefed-up studio band, the dynamic range of this 13-song set runs from hushed insularity to ardent expansiveness, alighting on dozens of gradations between.”

    Furthering their ever-growing popularity, the band was just featured on NPR’s World Cafe and Daytrotter, while their single “Odell” first debuted on Earmilk. In addition, the official music video first appeared on Nerdist, who writes that the number is, “…the perfect visual metaphor for Lowland Hum’s atmospheric brand of emotionally intelligent folk.” http://lowlandhum.com

    “It’s hard to convey the sound of two people in love, but Lowland Hum does that effortlessly.This music is mostly unadorned and pure, with considerable attention to detail. Lauren’s voice sounds refreshing and simple, and Daniel’s passion shakes from his head and literally to his feet.” -Bob Boilen NPR


    9-11 The Collection (2)

    SUPPORT: We serve local beer from Hilliards and Two Beers Brewery; local cider from Seattle Cider and Schilling Cider; Washington wine from Wilridge Winery, a rotating cocktail from Sound Spirits Distillery. This is a fundraiser event which means all bar profits tonight go to support the Artist Life Guild.


    9/10 Rabbit Wilde EP Release


    9-10 Rabbit WIlde


    *9/10 Rabbit Wilde (Wild Rabbit – Bellingham) EP Release Party

    with guests Preacher’s Wife and Patrick Chadwick.
    All ages, bar w/ ID.  7:00 doors, 8:00 show.

    “Rabbit Wilde captures the wind, the streams and the mountain air in their songs. Their beautiful vocal harmonies take you down a well-beaten path in the wilderness accompanied by rhythm and melodies from the classic Americana folk instrument family…This quartet of incredible musicians have lassoed the Northwest spirit and infused it into their own brand of storytelling lyrics and deep and passionate hearts for the land they grew up in.” The Hype

    “Even those who don’t read this will be drawn to the sound of Rabbit Wilde’s Americana Stringband thanks mostly to the seraphic vocals of string player Miranda Zickler. Her voice, bookended by the Hamer brothers on uke and [guitar], plus cello will have you giddy and glad to be alive.” The Stranger, The Lowdown on Summer Meltdown 2014

    TICKETS  $10 early, $12 general, $14 at the door

    SUPPORT: This event is a benefit show with all bar profits going to a local charity. We serve ALL LOCAL Hilliards, Two Beers Brewery, Seattle Cider, Schilling Cider;  Wilridge Winery, and a rotating cocktail from Sound Spirits Distillery. Support for this show goes to 6th Day Dance, a nonprofit dedicated to bridging the gap between dancers and those with mental or physical disabilities.



    9/8: The Round (#124)



    Musicians Rachel Zylstra (NYC), Henry Mansfield and guest perform and collaborate alongside visual artists and slam poet Brian McCracken (Olympia).  All ages, mostly seated, PG13 event.

    About Rachel Zylstra: “From Grand Rapids, famous primarily for Gerald Ford and furniture, comes this wordy, bespectacled, self-conscious young lady who for all you know could be Michigan’s answer to Nelly McKay. “ – The Village Voice

    “A classically trained pianist with a weakness for Radiohead… [Rachel Zylstra is] smoky, sweet and verbose (in the best ways)” – Scoutmob.com

    TICKETS: $6 advance | $8 doors

    8/22: Ben Chasny

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    8-22 Alicia Amiri


    8/22 Six Organs of Admittance (Ben Chasny’s first acoustic solo show since 2005!)

    with Alicia Amiri: https://aliciaamiri.bandcamp.com/

    and Valley Maker (solo): http://www.valleymaker.com/  

    Influenced by the Fahey school of guitar picking, his [Chasny] musical style varies from everything from “new folk” to “psychedelic drone” and everything in between, often incorporating chimes and eclectic percussion. His latest album is quite loud and was informed by a compositional system he created  to spur creativity, which was informed heavily by Gaston Bachelard and Jeu de Marseille.  While very different, the most well-known parallel system is probably Brian Eno’s Oblique Strategies.

    This performance is a unique solo acoustic show.​    

    TICKETS  $12 advance, $15 door  |  FACEBOOK RSVP

    8/21: SAM Remix

    SAM Remix – Aug 2015 OSP

    @ SAM’s Olympic Sculpture Park 

    “The #SAMRemix returns and we celebrate summer at the Olympic Sculpture Park among Sam Vernon’s site-specific installation, How Ghosts Sleep (Seattle): Hive and SAM’s Olympic Sculpture Park collection, during a special evening of performances, tours, dancing and more at this late-night creative explosion.”

    {Special Event} Abbey Arts is a co-host sponsoring this fun arts & culture event along with other local nonprofits. Presented by SAM.

    Friday, Aug 21.  18+ event.


    8/21: Byrne & Kelly – SOLD OUT

    8-21 B&k


    (6541 Jones Ave NW)

    8/21 Byrne & Kelly (Celtic Thunder) Acoustic By Candlelight @ Ballard Homestead, all ages, seated

    “What began as Celtic Thunder’s Neil Byrne and Ryan Kelly performing a series of shows together called ‘Acoustic By Candlelight’ a few years ago has turned into what is now known as Byrne and Kelly.  Driven by vocal harmonies, the duo seamlessly dives into combining genres like traditional Irish and Americana to create a fresh, folk sound.    In 2013 Byrne and Kelly was awarded ‘Best Duo in a Concert, Pub or Festival’ and ‘Best New Album’ for Acoustically Irish by the Irish Music Association.  In addition, Acoustically Irish took the Billboard #1 position, World Album #1 on iTunes in the United States, Australia and Canada, Amazon World Album #1 and cdbaby Global Chart #1.”

    VIP Doors 6:15  | General Doors 7 pm |  Show 7:30 pm
    TICKETS: $55 VIP Advance, $35 Advance, $40 Door  |  FACEBOOK RSVP

    8/20: Social Event

    8-20-Not-CreepyPromo TICKETS: $8 early discount / $12 at the door.

    “The Not-Creepy Gathering for People Who Are Single and Want to Fall In Love.”

    This event is created and hosted by Jenna Bean Veatch, a performing artist whose last show, 50 HEARTBREAKS (AND I’M STILL IN LOVE WITH YOUkraine) played last year in Seattle, New Orleans, and Bellingham.  She is currently at work on a new show, YOU ARE NOT ALONE, premiering next year in San Francisco. 21+ event, bar w/ ID.  All bar profits go to support Sixth Day Dance, supporting movement education for people with disabilities.

    More INFO & Facebook RSVP

    TICKETS  $8 early / $12 door

    8/11: The Round (#123)


    The Voice - Season 8

    8-11 Round 123 Haley Johnsen


    Location-FremontAbbey(4272 Fremont Avenue North)

    The Round (#123) – Gabriel Wolfchild (as seen on The Voice), Olivia De La Cruz, Haley Johnsen with Slam Poet Steven Wilbur & live painter Teresa Grasseschi

    TICKETS:  Early $7, Advance $8, Door $10  |  FACEBOOK RSVP

    8/6: Fremont Yelp Showcase

    Found in Fremont {Special Event}


    “Seattle’s top “Yelpers” converge at the Fremont Foundry to experience the best of what our neighborhood businesses and organizations have to offer! This 21+ event is full of local favorites and new discoveries.”

    Thanks to Yelp for including Abbey Arts in the showcase!  Arts activities inside + live musical performances throughout the evening on the roof top deck.   Info

    7/22: Daniel Blue (Motopony)


    Location-BallardHomestead(6541 Jones Ave NW)

    Daniel Blue (Motopony), Lizzie Weber.

    Doors 7pm | Show 8pm  
    TICKETS: $12 Advance, $15 Door | FACEBOOK RSVP

    7/21: SAM LEE (UK)

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    Location-FremontAbbey(4272 Fremont Avenue North)

    SAM LEE (UK) – first Seattle performance by this Mercury prize nominee.

    w/ Brenda Xu

    Lee is a 21st-century artist, collecting new versions of old songs on his iPhone and laptop, but his repertoire is steeped in the reek and smoke of folk history and lore, its tales of love, parting, exile and murder bound by a sympathetic magic still resonant today, parting the veil on vivid scenes from our islands’ deep history.

    Awarded the 2011 Arts Foundation prize and nominated for the 2012 Mercury Award for his debut album, ‘Ground Of Its Own’, he has taken his music worldwide to more than 20 countries, appeared in Peaky Blinders on TV, and joined The Unthanks to commemorate the Great War at the Barbican in London. Lee reached an even larger audience with his performance of ‘The Tan Yard Side’ to the accompaniment only of a nightingale on Radio 4 on 19 May 2014. This remarkable recording marked the 90th anniversary of the first-ever outside broadcast of ‘Singing with the Nightingales’ by cellist Beatrice Harrison on 19 May 1924.

    “The rising star of traditional English folksong”The Daily Telegraph

    “One of the most promising folk singers to emerge from the London scene this decade” – The Independent

    “An extremely natural and charismatic performer. His modern, often trancelike arrangements of traditionals never fail to still a room.”  – Timeout

    Brenda Xu Promo Shots

    Doors 7pm | Show 8pm
    TICKETS: $10 Early, $12 Advance, $15 Door | FACEBOOK RSVP


    7/17: The Moth StorySLAM

    11-21-the-moth-horizLocation-BloedelHall(1245 10th Ave East)

    Tickets & Info

    8pm storytelling event, 7pm doors, waiting list goes up at 6:30pm for 8pm entry based on space available.

    All ages, bar w/ ID, mostly seated.  All bar profits go to support local nonprofits.

    Thanks to our local sponsors – Hilliards Beer and Two Beers Brewery;  Seattle Cider and Schilling Cider; Washington wine from Wilridge Winery, a rotating cocktail from Sound Spirits Distillery, and Jones Soda.