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Viking Disco with Jen Ayers And The Perfect Storm

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The Swedish Club, 1920 Dexter Ave N, , Seattle, WA 98109

Worlds collide at the Swedish Club when Viking Disco meets Swedish New Year's Eve! Wear your grooviest Viking threads and get ready to ring out the old and dance in the new.

In Skandia Hall, Jen Ayers and the Perfect Storm (featuring Kathy Moore, Patrick Porter, Richard Davidson and Aimee Zoe) play your disco favorites, while Skandia Kapell offers traditional Swedish music and folk dancing on the lobby floor.

Your ticket includes party favors, a glass of champagne, all the live music you can boogie down to, and an unbeatable view of New Year's Eve fireworks from our balcony overlooking Lake Union.

Blue card members $40; call 206-283-1090. Non-members $50. After Dec. 22, add $10 to ticket prices.

If all that dancing makes you hungry, we'll serve dinner with the theme Ships Ahoy! Dine like a modern-day Viking on seafood chowder, fish entrees, meatballs, salad and dessert. $70.

Children 5 to 12 half price; 13 and older pay adult prices.

SHe Said

(PDT, UTC-07) (PDT, UTC-07)

Broadway Performance Hall, 1625 Broadway Avenue, Seattle

TICKETS ON SALE NOW!

"SHe Said" is a gender-crashing musical story featuring Jen Ayers, Marc Kenison (aka Waxie Moon), a live band (Kathy Moore, Rebecca Young, Melissa Montalto, Geoff Reading, RL Heyer) and a multi-media mashup of 70s animation, soul-pop, glam rock and "The Moth" all rolled into one. Directed by Daryle Conners

The "SHe Said" double album released 9/9/22 on vinyl, CD and digital download. Produced by Jeff Fielder

SHe Said

(PDT, UTC-07) (PDT, UTC-07)

Broadway Performance Hall, 1625 Broadway Avenue, Seattle

TICKETS ON SALE NOW!

"SHe Said" is a gender-crashing musical story featuring Jen Ayers, Marc Kenison (aka Waxie Moon), a live band (Kathy Moore, Rebecca Young, Melissa Montalto, Geoff Reading, RL Heyer) and a multi-media mashup of 70s animation, soul-pop, glam rock and "The Moth" all rolled into one. Directed by Daryle Conners

The "SHe Said" double album released 9/9/22 on vinyl, CD and digital download. Produced by Jeff Fielder

SHe Said

(PDT, UTC-07) (PDT, UTC-07)

Broadway Performance Hall, 1625 Broadway Avenue, Seattle

TICKETS ON SALE NOW!

"SHe Said" is a gender-crashing musical story featuring Jen Ayers, Marc Kenison (aka Waxie Moon), a live band (Kathy Moore, Rebecca Young, Melissa Montalto, Geoff Reading, RL Heyer) and a multi-media mashup of 70s animation, soul-pop, glam rock and "The Moth" all rolled into one. Directed by Daryle Conners

The "SHe Said" double album released 9/9/22 on vinyl, CD and digital download. Produced by Jeff Fielder

SHe Said

(PDT, UTC-07) (PDT, UTC-07)

Broadway Performance Hall, 1625 Broadway Avenue, Seattle

TICKETS ON SALE NOW!

"SHe Said" is a gender-crashing musical story featuring Jen Ayers, Marc Kenison (aka Waxie Moon), a live band (Kathy Moore, Rebecca Young, Melissa Montalto, Geoff Reading, RL Heyer) and a multi-media mashup of 70s animation, soul-pop, glam rock and "The Moth" all rolled into one. Directed by Daryle Conners

The "SHe Said" double album released 9/9/22 on vinyl, CD and digital download. Produced by Jeff Fielder

Wild Rumours

The Crocodile, 2505 1st Ave, Seattle

Better late than never! Wild Rumours brings a Fleetwood Mac concert experience to the brand new Crocodile! The music of Fleetwood Mac performed semi-faithfully by Jen Ayers, Kathy Moore, Patrick Porter, Annastasia Workman, Richard Davidson and Geoff Reading! We are beyond thrilled to celebrate the new location of this storied Seattle venue, which is near & dear to all our hearts.

Join us for this early show, with 6:00 PM doors and 7:00 PM showtime. Advance tickets are recommended.

$20

Nov20

A SMASH Benefit - Songs of Hope LIVE

Moore Theater, 1932 2nd Ave, Seattle, WA 98101

Seattle Musicians Access to Sustainable Healthcare, known as SMASH, celebrate coming back to live music with their fourth annual SMASH fundraising benefit concert: Songs of Hope LIVE.

SMASH’s mission is to keep local musicians healthy, and we do this by providing access to free and low-cost medical, dental, and mental health services to low- and limited-income working musicians.

Curated by Seattle music non-profit Black Fret, SMASH’s 2021 highly anticipated show will feature live performances by:

Dave Matthews, Tomo Nakayama, Sera Cahoone, Shaina Shepherd, Duff McKagan, Stephanie Anne Johnson, Ian Moore, Brittany Davis, Stone Gossard, Zan Fiskum, Alec Shaw, Shelby Earl, Beverly Crusher, Naked Giants, Eric Howk (Portugal the Man), Julia Massey (Warren Dunes), Kim West & Ryan Devlin (Smokey Brights), Mike Musburger, Rebecca Young, Paul Hiraga, Tim DiJulio, Jefferson Brown, Jen Ayers

The Social: A Southend Salon

Columbia Hillman Arts & Cultural Distict on FACEBOOK

A monthly, living room variety show, showcasing the dynamic talent of SE Seattle: Song, Music, Dance, Spoken word, Visual Art, and More. Brought to you by the Columbia-Hillman Arts and Cultural District, from a red couch in the 98118.

This FIRST Episode has an exceptional lineup, a mixture of incredible talent across the Rainier Valley. It includes:

Boka Kouyate and The Djeliyah Band (MUSIC) Eli Rosenblatt (MUSIC) Daemond Arindell (SPOKEN WORD/POETRY) Amaranta Ibarra (VISUAL ART) Jen Ayers (MUSIC) and Cipher Goings (DANCE)

**The Social was created in April amidst the throngs of COVID. And, in light of the current global protests for a much larger, historic pandemic, around racism and police brutality, we couldn't merely launch this series and stand idly by. And so, we hope that this monthly concert series can also serve as a place to rage, to heal, to rest, to inspire, to motivate.

We recognize that the Columbia Hillman Arts & Cultural District is on the traditional land of indigenous people. Today, we are proud to unite artist and creatives from the diverse communities that now call Columbia and Hillman Cities home - through authentic and inclusive arts.

To that end, we unequivocally know that Black Lives Matter. We firmly know that we must invest in our communities. We unquestionably know that Enough is Enough!

This month's theme for The Social is COMFORT/DISCOMFORT.
We've asked our artists to create works that reflect this theme, however they want to engage with it.

We will accept contributions. 80% will go directly to artists, and the remaining 20% will go to Black Lives Matter Seattle Freedom Fund for bail relief.

Last week while we were enjoying a family virtual happy hour on Zoom, my sister-in-law said, “you know, since most of us are hanging out all day in our pajamas, you should do a Pajama Party Performance for us.”

Sooooo, keep those pajamas on and tune in for the show. I'll be singing and playing a bunch of my favorite female artist’s songs in my pajamas! And some special guests/friends will be joining in on the fun (remotely of course) to sing a tune – also in their PJ’s!

I’ve decided to use this Friday’s Pajama Party to help raise money for THE ROYAL ROOM (my favorite neighborhood music venue here in Seattle!) and their unemployed staff. Rather than tipping me as a gesture of your appreciation, please consider donating to THE ROYAL ROOM if you are in a position to give:

gofundme.com/f/royalroomstaff