Yule Tide Concert
Saturday, December 7th, 2019
7:30 – 10:00 PM
An annual concert of maritime songs, seasonal songs, and holiday songs (the tides, the yule… Yule Tide. Don’t worry, our music is better than our jokes).
Enjoy performances by some of the Northwest’s finest musicians, including Alex Sturbaum, TLSea, and The Whateverly Brothers, all in the beautiful atmosphere of this 1907 church.
Hosted by The Whateverly Brothers and Maritime Folknet.
Delicious refreshments and a gift bazaar during intermission.
Alex Sturbaum. Alex is a one-of-a-kind performer and songwriter. Steeped in musical traditions from both sides of the Atlantic, he sings shanties, plays bluegrass, and writes amazing songs that you’d swear are a hundred years old. Old ballads, contra dance tunes Irish, Scottish, Canadian, and more, His love for the music and joy in playing it is evident in every note he plays.
TLSea. TLSea is a multi-instrumental, full bore harmony, mostly maritime band. Backed by members of Emerald Fire, leader Lara Clark evokes the spirit of her mother, Teresa Morgan and family band The Cutters. They were a hit at the Maritime Music Showcase at this year’s NW Folklife Festival. TLSea embraces the ruckus of a good shanty as well as ballads of lost love with haunting harmonies. TLSea features Lara Clark on lead vocals, Kelley Kenison on Acoustic Guitar & vocals, Pamela Burdwell on Mandolin, Recorder, & vocals, and Deanna Kenison on Bass Guitar & vocals.
The Whateverly Brothers. Wit and humor along with great vocal harmonies and skilled instrumental arrangements mean you can laugh while you enjoy the music.
$15 – Adults
$12 – Members of Maritime Folknet, Northwest Seaport, or Immanuel Lutheran
$12 – Seniors and Under 30 years old
$5 – Under 20 years old
If you are not yet a member of Maritime Folknet & would like to join, please visit the Membership page
- Buy tickets through Brown Paper Tickets.
- Tickets will also be available at the door, space allowing.
- A limited number of scholarships are available for those in assisted living who don’t have spending money. Please Email any requests.
- Visit the concert’s facebook event page
Hosted by Maritime Folknet & The Whateverly Brothers.
Refreshments offered by Northwest Seaport
This project is supported, in part, by an award from 4Culture.