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Interrupt The Loop

May 31 @ 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

$15 – $35

Abbey Arts presents: Interrupt The Loop featuring Candice Rose, Earth Practice, Micaela Kingslight, and Daniel Nelson live at Fremont Abbey. An intimate evening of music, dance, visual art and deep presence.

Please come as you are. Bring your yoga mat & pillow. Nap, Journal, Cuddle, Dance, Stretch, Meditate, or simply Be. Come rest, restore, release, feel, move into deeper connection with yourself & the collective. We’re so excited to co-create this heart centered, human centered moment with all of you.

*zero cuddles required*

“Candice Rose is a singer songwriter based in Seattle who has been composing for guitar, voice, & synth for over 15 years. Candice knows music is one of the most powerful ways to rewire the brain & heal trauma. Her current compositions are informed by her own journey toward healing, authenticity, and the transformative power of music.“ -Artist Bio

“Earth Practice is the song collective of Jessi Rado, Yin Dwyer and Yam. They create healing musical spaces that invite people to sing together again. Their live shows are interactive and intimate, striking a unique balance of performance, play, ritual and house party.“ -Artist Bio

MICAELA KINGSLIGHT (of Three Wheels Turning):
“Micaela has two solo albums, four albums of her original music with Fly Paper and Three Wheels Turning released their first album in 2023.

On her own, her style is along the lines of medicine music with influences like Peia, Ayla Schafer, Marya Stark and Ayla Nero, yet with more of a bluesy flare paired with fiercely elegant guitar playing decorated with poignant lyrics that are easy to sing along with. She also writes song circle music which has been shared throughout the Singing Alive community and beyond. She has toured in every state in the US and has played extensively in Mexico, Guatemala, Columbia, Europe and Turkey.

Micaela is also an independent music producer creating her next album with the help of her trio, Andy Fischer-Price, Alexa Sunshine Rose and many other incredible musicians she has met on her travels around the world.”

“Heather Smith’s (she/her) dance journey began in Oregon, Illinois, where she excelled in various styles and gained recognition as a nominee for Dance America’s “Dancer of the Year” in 2006. She pursued her passion at the University of Illinois Champaign/Urbana, earning a BFA in dance and receiving the Talented Student Scholarship. Heather expanded her expertise as a certified yoga instructor and became a Choreographer at Sandals Resort and Spa in Turks and Caicos. In the Pacific Northwest, she integrated into the dance community, performing with notable ensembles and collaborating with esteemed choreographers. Beyond dance, Heather is the visionary behind ObnoxiouslyFit, where she inspires others through personal training, Pilates instruction, and dance teaching. Her commitment to movement, artistry, and wellness defines her life’s work, leaving a lasting impact onstage and off.

“Samantha Weissbach, (she/her) was born and raised in the Pacific Northwest and has been dancing since the age of 2. Over the past 3 decades, she has trained at various establishments but received her primary training through Cornerstone Studio, Ballet Bellevue, and Emerald Ballet Theatre. Samantha has worked with many local Seattle companies and choreographers such as CarliAnn Forthun, Ethan Rome, Diana Cardiff, Inlay Dance, Relay Dance Collective, Austin Sexton, FAUNIX, Intrepidus Dance, Holly Logan Livingston, and Sixth Day Dance. She is also a passionate teacher with over 15 years of teaching experience, and is currently the Ballet Department Program Director at Body Language Studio. In addition to dancing professionally and teaching in the Seattle area, Samantha is also the Owner & General Manager of Dancewear Center: a local dance retailer offering expert pointe shoe fittings and supporting our community through quality, integrity, and education.”

“Daniel Nelson is a visual poet, explorer, and perpetual child. Through live projection art, he translates the emotional atmosphere activated by music into an immersive visual experience. In this collaborative synesthesia, he invites you to slow down, get curious, get lost, wonder, and awaken to deep curiosity and presence.”

@ Fremont Abbey Arts Center
7p doors, 7:30p show
All ages, some seating available, bar w/ID

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Fremont Abbey is ADA accessible on either level.
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.
We have chairs with standing room in back.
Seating is not reserved or guaranteed, unless noted.
Please refrain from talking or texting during the show.
No video from the seating area please.
Please limit photos during the show so as to not distract other attendees from the experience.
We are an all ages venue. Kids 10 & under are free at Abbey Arts concerts & arts events unless noted.
Entering the venue indicates agreement to adhere to the Abbey Respect Policy. All are welcome.

Presenting welcoming music, arts & cultural experiences for people of all ages & incomes.

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Home Venue: Fremont Abbey, 4272 Fremont Ave North, Seattle, WA 98103 / 206-414-8325 Ballard Homestead: 6541 Jones Ave NW, Seattle | + South Park Hall, Woodlawn Hall Greenlake, UHeights Auditorium (UDistrict), St Mark’s Cathedral (Capitol Hill), & more

Note: All ticket sales are final unless noted. Lineup and performers are subject to change, no refunds for change of support acts.


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May 31
7:30 pm - 9:30 pm
$15 – $35
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Samantha Weissbach
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ADA/Accessibility Information
Fremont Abbey is ADA accessible on either level.