If you didn’t have a chance to support Vera at our sold out Viva Vera gala, here is another way. We are honored to be a recipient of the James Keblas Fund. James is a founder of Vera and a champion of all ages music and arts. This fund is in recognition of the contribution he has made to the Seattle community over the past ten years. Thank you, James!
It’s that time of year again…the Viva Vera Gala is Saturday, February 22!
We want to thank our sponsors: Sub Pop, Snoqualmie Tribe, 4Culture, Boeing, Chihuly Garden and Glass, Eyes on Fremont, Fin Records, Hard Rock Cafe, OOLA Distillery, Seattle Office of Arts & Culture, Space Needle, The Stranger, Uber, Billy O’Neill, United Reprographics, The Pike Brewing Company, Linda Derschang, Caffe Vita, and Pearl Jam Ten Club.
We also want to thank YOU: our showgoers, our members, and our volunteers!
The gala is SOLD OUT, but even if you didn’t get a ticket, we still want to see you! Fin Records is proud to present the Viva Vera After Party, with hosted drinks, live performance by Tangerine, and a DJ set from DJ Hojo!
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The Recording Academy, Decibel, and The Vera Project present: GRAMMYU KICKOFF PARTY
This program aims to connect interested students with music industry professionals. GRAMMYU events provide both music industry education outside of the classroom, and supportive environments for networking. The event will feature a panel discussion, eat & greet and two music exciting performances.
PANEL - “THE ARTIST TEAM”
Moderator: Andrew Matson (Seattle Times, The Stranger)
Ali Hedrick (Billions)
Piers Henwood (Manager, Tegan and Sara)
Brandon Ebel (Founder, Tooth and Nail Records)
Cameron Collins (Attorney, Sport n’ Life)
Cat Harris-White (Member, THEESatisfaction)
EAT & GREET:
The Eat and Greet gives participants an opportunity to ask questions of the panelists in person. This will also be attended by former and current board members, including…
Jen Czeizler (Sub Pop)
Sean Horton (Decibel)
Sharlese Metcalf (DJ, KEXP)
Darryl Crews (Songwriter, Nicki Minaj)
MUSIC CURATED BY DECIBEL:
Teen Daze - Live
Lefse Records / Ghostly International - British Columbia
Manatee Commune - Live
Doors will open at 6:45 PM, with the panel beginning at 7:15 PM sharp. The event will end at 10 PM.
Enjoy solving mysteries or deciphering a good puzzle? Real Escape Game is a unique and interactive live puzzle event where teams solve mysteries and games within a time limit. The objective of the game is to find and solve the mystery in order to escape within the time allotted encouraging players to work in teams to efficiently crack the puzzles as the Game Master directs game play. Put down those books and get offline! Come be a part of a REAL story!
The Vera Project is hosting Escape From the Werewolf Village with five Early Bird times between January 18-19! Tickets are listed below:
Are you 13 to 17 and love music? We’d love to have you be part of this amazing opportunity to have your voice represented at one of the best Festivals of the summer!
You are invited to participate in Bumbershoot’s Youth Focus Group coming up this Wednesday January 15th from 6:00PM-8PM at The Vera Project (in the Seattle Center – Corner of Warren Ave. N and Republican St). We’ll have free pizza and soda (naturally) and better yet, participants get one free pass for one day of the festival. More than that, you’ll know that your voice was integral to shaping Seattle’s biggest music and arts event of the year, which makes for some serious bragging points with your friends.
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Spots are very limited so sign up quick!
The condensed version:
What: Bumbershoot’s Youth Focus Group
Who: You, if you are a young person (age 13-17) with something to say about arts and music in the northwest
When: January 15th from 6:00PM-8:00PM
Where: The Vera Project (Corner of Warren Ave N and Republican St)
Why: Because you want to make Bumbershoot as awesome as possible and the free ticket is pretty sweet too!