Thursday, December 13, 2018

Culture Dose: Fremont Abbey, This Weekend

“Leave your labels at the door” presents a night of unifying music.

These days, we’re on the hunt for all things uplifting, inspiring and positive, and we’re especially grateful for talented artists who bring the light in otherwise dark times. Here in Seattle, we’re eternally thankful for the hardworking folks behind venues like Fremont Abbey, who organize awesome events that continuously bring the community together.

If you’re looking for something to do tomorrow evening (Saturday the 18th), join a special gathering at the Abbey, celebrating the universal language of music with a show called “Leave Your Labels at the Door.” Enjoy special guests traveling from San Diego—Mimi Gilbert and band—plus Emy Reynolds, The Brambles and local favorite Beth Whitney premiering a new single. Spoken word poet Chelsey Richardson joins them onstage, too. It’s a feel-good night you won’t want to miss!

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@ Fremont Abbey Arts Center
8pm show, 7p doors
$7 advance, $10 day of show
All ages, mostly seated

About Corinne Whiting

Corinne, an east coast native who relocated here from the other Washington in 2011, was bit by the travel bug early on. She lived in Strasbourg, France (during her junior year at Georgetown University) and in Edinburgh, Scotland, where she got a masters degree in Cultural Studies. She feels very grateful to have explored incredible spots on our globe ranging from Bolivia and Egypt to Turkey and China, but there are passport pages yet to fill (and travel tales yet to be written!). After serving as associate editor at Where magazine in D.C. for five years, Corinne has embarked on a new adventure here in the PNW as a freelance writer and photographer, contributing to publications like National Geographic Traveler, the Alaska Airlines in-flight magazine, Amtrak's OnTrak, 1889 Washington, 1859 Oregon, Visit Seattle and so on. She loves exploring this incredible corner of the country while debunking the rain myths, upping her coffee quotient, hearing heaps of live music and finding her Zen near the water as often as possible.
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