Come on by
What’s the deal?
Concerts take place in a studio building next to the house. People start trickling in around 6:30pm for most shows. I like to cook, so I put out some food, usually tacos. I always have a vegetarian option, and the tortillas are gluten-free. Feel free to bring a side like chips or a dessert and your beverage of choice.
The concert starts around 7:30pm, or when it feels like everyone is there. The space is such that if you come late, or need to leave early, it’s no big deal. Concerts usually go until 9 or so. Sometimes people hang out after; we often have a campfire, especially for weekend shows.
Do I need to know someone?
Definitely not. Though there are regulars, it’s not the kind of space where everyone knows each other. We really love it when new folks come by. It’s a nice crowd.
How much does it cost?
Touring is tough, and one of our core missions is to support artists as much as we can. For most shows, we suggest a $20 contribution in the jar on the merch table, and 100% of that goes to the artists. Nobody will be looking over your shoulder or asking for money at the door. Please contribute as your means allow.
Do I need reservations?
Nope, though an RSVP by email of Facebook is always appreciated. It’s been full here, but we’ve never had to turn people away.
We’re a little hard to find. Navigate to 16th and S. Walker and we’re the log cabin at the end of the street on the left. The actual address will take you to the bottom of the hill. If that happens, just come up the stairs.
Parking in the neighborhood is pretty plentiful. Please do not park in my neighbor’s driveway.
We are just a short walk from the light rail station at Beacon Hill.
How do I get there?
You can unload a chair from a car in the driveway and access both the studio and house at ground level. We’ve done it before and it works pretty well. Please do let me know if you need this and we’ll be sure the driveway is free.
Feel free to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.