The Round 215: Miguel Escobar, Her Mountain Majesty, Erika Lundahl +

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The Round 215: Miguel Escobar, Her Mountain Majesty, Erika Lundahl +

The Round featuring musicians, spoken word poet, and live painter, live at Ballard Homestead

By Abbey Arts Presents

When and where

Date and time

Starts on Tuesday, April 4 · 7:30pm PDT


Ballard Homestead 6541 Jones Avenue Northwest Seattle, WA 98117

Refund Policy

Refunds up to 30 days before event

About this event

  • 2 hours 30 minutes
  • Mobile eTicket

4/4 The Round (215) featuring musicians

Miguel Escobar,

Her Mountain Majesty,

Erika Lundahl

+ spoken word poet Laura Kim

& live painter Gracia


"Chicago-born graduate student. Interested in politically-conscious self-inquiry; public, shared questioning; and sounds that make a big brown man feel beautiful."

-Artist Bio


"Based in Seattle, WA, Her Mountain Majesty is the music project of Andi Lee Scher, a singer-songwriter & multi-instrumentalist originally from outside Baltimore, MD. Recently described as “Mountain Rock”, Her Mountain Majesty pours out raw emotion with boot-stomping rhythms woven in soul-affirming notions of connection and belonging. As if calling on fellow restless spirits and rebellious hearts to reimagine what the world might look like if we come together in presence with one another, Her Mountain Majesty builds an energetic forcefield of joy and togetherness while rocking stages in the Pacific Northwest."

-Artist Bio


"Erika Lundahl is a musician and climate justice activist, living on traditional Duwamish Land, in Seattle. She employs her classically trained voice and distinctive "tapping" guitar style to create an enveloping, earth-centered musical space. Her poetic, often autobiographical lyrics employ poignant and powerful imagery to deal with contemporary social issues. Her band's debut album “Songs of Shattering,” released in 2015 was inspired by the poetry of Edna St. Millay and debut onto CMJ's top 200 albums of college radio in March 2016. Her recent live in-studio album ‘Right Back at You’ recorded at London Bridge Studios features the moving storytelling and talented performance that Erika is known for. She tours the Pacific Northwest in her electric vehicle, from Vancouver, CA to San Francisco in late 2018."

-Artist Bio


"Laura Kim (they/she) is a poet who was born in Seoul & grew up in Seattle. They have been writing and performing for over ten years, featuring locally and in Korea. Additionally, they are a community organizer who has curated benefit shows for nonprofits including Crisis Connections, Korea Unwed Mothers Association, Dding Dong LGBTQ Youth Center, Be: Seattle, and more. Most recently, they had their first book, “The Motherland,” an anthology of poetry written by Korean adoptees & Korean Single mothers published in 2018. They hope to use poetry as a means of healing, social justice advocacy, and heartfelt connection. "

-Artist Bio


"Gracia The Artist was once dubbed a Multimedia Experimentalist.

It stuck.

Creative Director - Cinematographer - Photographer - Illustrator - Painter - with interests in storytelling, comedy, collaboration and elevating humanity; living in Seattle, WA. [available worldwide]."

-Artist Bio

@ Ballard Homestead

7p doors, 7:30p show

All ages, PG-13 (some content may not be suitable for young audiences)

Mostly Seated

No one turned away for lack of funds



has been held live in Seattle, WA (USA) every month for 200+ months in a row and features local and touring artists

Music | Poetry | Visual | Collaboration

Songwriters/bands sharing their music, alternating with a poet,+ visual artists creating live.

All together to create a unique evening of high quality & collaborative arts. and for more 



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  • Ballard Homestead is ADA accessible
  • Service animals as defined by the ADA are allowed. Service animals are defined as dogs that are individually trained to do work or perform tasks for people with disabilities.
  • Please refrain from talking during songs.
  • Please enter quietly if the show has already begun.
  • Please leave quietly, it's a very quiet neighborhood. I sense a trend here.
  • Quiet Picnics Welcome. Big surprise there right?
  • Light snacks & non-alcoholic beverages may be available for purchase, but no other food or bar service at Ballard Homestead shows.
  • We have a mix of normal chairs, some tall chairs, and standing room in back.
  • Seating is not reserved unless noted.
  • Please limit photos during the show so as to not distract other attendees from the experience.
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