Haley Heynderickx, Sheers @ WASHINGTON HALL

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Haley Heynderickx, Sheers @ WASHINGTON HALL

Abbey Arts presents: Haley Heynderickx, Sheers live at Washington Hall

By Abbey Arts Presents

When and where

Date and time

Starts on Friday, April 21 · 7:30pm PDT


Washington Hall 153 14th Avenue Seattle, WA 98122

Refund Policy

Refunds up to 7 days before event

About this event

  • 2 hours 30 minutes
  • Mobile eTicket

HALEY HEYNDERICKX: haley-heynderickx.com

"Haley Heynderickx’s songwriting is crushingly intimate, vivid, melodically inventive, and completely unpredictable. Her debut album I Need to Start a Garden seamlessly contrasts her unconventional tunings and American-Primitive-inspired fingerpicking with enveloping sonic outbursts. Lead by her raw, immersive vocals, the Portland songwriter’s music defies categorization. NPR called her “an utterly distinct and wonderfully nervy, idiosyncratic presence,” while Stereogum named the album “one of the most intriguing and immersive debuts of the year.”

-Artist Bio

"Heynderickx is the sort of virtuoso who puts her gifts toward making richer, more intricate, more deeply felt music"


"[Haley Heynderickx's] songs alternately shimmer with playfulness and shudder with earnestness; one moment, they take a magnifying glass to bemusing, mundane details, and the next, they pose startling existential queries."


SHEERS: sheers.bandcamp.com

"The spacious harp textures underlying Sheers' music turn the flashy into fragile, like carefully opening a gift tied with silky ribbons of jazz harp. Sheers’ songwriter Lily Breshears developed this sound over years of being a session harpist, which you can hear behind the voices of Moses Sumney, Weyes Blood, and more. Backing musicians Adriana Wagner (trombone) and Liz Harper (vocals) bloom around Breshears’ crooning into heartfelt minimalism, solos peeking through.

With lyrics that often find intense nostalgia and flippancy in the same verse, Sheers sets are as relatable as they are virtuosic. Seemingly simple torch songs slowly unfold into a larger, abstract narrative built of small moments. Songs weave through romantic and platonic, new and old, disarmingly personal and distant – as if sifting through memories to find details lost to time."

-Artist Bio

This show sold out fast at Fremont Abbey so we're moving to a larger venue - the beautiful historic Washington Hall!

All tickets honored at new venue.

Please tell your friends there is more room now!


153 14th Ave, Seattle

7p doors, 7:30p show

All ages, some seating available

Simple bar w drinks, snacks including various non-alcohol options


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