Shimmertraps: Live Music at Emerald City Trapeze Arts
July 29th at 7:00pm
Join us live on Youtube or in-person July 29th at 7pm for a hybrid session with @shimmertraps at @emeraldcitytrapeze in Seattle, Washington. For an added bit of luxury, the in-person audience can witness what the camera’s capture through TV’s placed around the room. In addition to the incredible vibes that Shimmertraps produce, there’ll be an intermission with focus to the Emerald City Trapeze aerialists. All of this can be enjoyed with a beverage of choice from the bar.
Buy your tickets now through Eventbrite. There’s 3 options: $20 In-person ticket, Pay What You Can ticket, or a $10 livestream only ticket (stream link provided with the emailed ticket confirmation). Eventbrite ticketing link in our bio.
After quietly releasing their debut album in 2017, Shimmertraps spent the next two years pouring their time and creative energy into what they consider to be, “our most collaborative album yet.” With the addition of 2 new members to the project, “LOOK!“ (2020) became an exciting change of pace for the band. Together, they wrote, recorded, mixed and produced the entire album in their outskirt Bellingham living room. Evolving from their dreamy soundscapes and fuzzy lofi production, Shimmertraps boldly introduces their punchy, disco-focused rhythms paired with a plethora of wide and luscious sounding synths across the sonic journey of “LOOK!”. The band has proven to blend a variety of different genres and sounds into a captivating concoction, further defining the sound of Shimmertraps.
ABOUT SESSIONS IN PLACE:
If you enjoy what Sessions In Place is creating, please consider a monthly donation at patreon.com/sessionsinplace to assist in making the live streams continue to happen.
Sessions in Place is an Emmy award-winning live-streamed concert series based out of the Seattle area. We believe that #MusicIsEssential, and that now is a great time to enjoy live music in-person as well as at a distance.
This is a live studio experience. Upon buying this ticket, you accept the possibility that you might be on camera.