2024 Winter/Spring Season

COVID Policy as of November 2023: The following is subject to change depending on the viral status.

  • Masks are no longer required, but are strongly encouraged for attending our shows. Exceptions will be made if performers require masking of the audience, and will be publicized. If you’ve already purchased tickets for a show and feel uncomfortable with this, please request a refund by email to
  • We are no longer requiring proof of vaccination to attend in-person shows.
  • If you have a ticket for a live show and you feel unwell, please do not attend — we can accommodate you with a refund or credit — please contact us before noon on the day of the show at

Our highest priority for our in-person concerts is promoting a safe environment, where performers and audiences alike can feel comfortable gathering. Though we all hope for the best, we don’t know if this virus is through with us yet.


Check your concert times to avoid confusion!
Saturday concerts “Live at the Phinney Center” start at 7:30pm.
Sunday night concerts and online only concerts usually start at 7:00 pm.
(Streaming concerts when offered will be available online for 72 hours, starting from the livestream. There is a 24 hour time window to complete viewing or re-watch once you have begun within this time).

Please join us, and help support our artists with your ticket money!

We are partnering with Konnectclub, for all ticketing (live and online). This local company has provided an easy way for us to join the world of  virtual concerts. For live concerts, you may also purchase advance tickets in person while attending prior concerts if paying by cash or check.

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Wollenberg, Sturbaum, & Hoequist / West of Roan
Jun 08, 2024 (Sat), 7:30 pm - 10:00 pm
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Venue: Phinney Center Concert Hall, Brick Building, 6532 Phinney Ave N, Seattle

Shared evening: West of Roan brings carefully crafted, intuitive harmonies with voices and fiddle - from sweet to dissonant, following emotional arcs beneath the surface. Leah Wollenberg, Ida Hoequist, and Alex Sturbaum display a musical fluency and verve borne of long friendship coupled with disparate influences. With tender waltzes, mighty jigs and reels, and the odd full-throated labor song, they have created a sound that is both rooted in tradition and firmly of the moment.

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