The non-profit arts organization Abbey Arts celebrates the opening of a new community venue in NW Ballard it is curating. The new space, known as the Ballard Homestead is located on Jones Ave NW just north of NW 65th Ave. Built in 1923 the new nonprofit venue has been renovated to “host to a variety of distraction-free acoustic concerts and cultural events for people of all ages and incomes.”
This cozy new home-like venue will be host to many small concerts including bluegrass, acoustic, folk and family events. With a beautiful new space, the Seattle community can enjoy a show in an intimate setting with a great full sound. There are many opportunities to bring the young ones along as well. The downstairs area features a living room filled with games like foosball, pool shuffle ball, corn toss, air hockey, creative arts making and more.
The Opening Night will take place March 7th with a celebration from 4-9pm including performances, details below. Abbey Arts will curate events and performances at the Ballard Homestead. Upcoming events are listed on the Abbey Arts website or the Ballard Homestead Facebook page. Folk artist Kris Delmhorst will perform at the Ballard Homestead on March 13.
On March 7th all are welcome to stop by and enjoy music, arts and fun activities at the Ballard Homestead.
4-6p Family Fun & open house with tours, live music, art making, games. (FREE)
7-9pm Acoustic music & arts performances ($5-10 donation)
All ages, all incomes.
6541 Jones Ave NW in Ballard. Free street parking and lot 1 block east on 23rd.