Benefit show for the right to abortion | All proceeds go to Indigenous women who stand up

The Blue Room will host a show to benefit abortion rights by donating all proceeds from the concert to the organization Indigenous Women Rising. A representative of the organization will be present at the show and will lead a conference. A sales market will also take place from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. before the start of the performance.

About the artists:

Where is the exit ? ! –
Where’s the Exit is a five-girl band that plays eclectic pop-rock. Their songs cross different eras, genres and emotions. With story-like lyrics, blusely melodies, and a heartfelt performance, WTE hopes to inspire other female-identifying musicians and artists to share their art.

Meghan Hayes–
Meghan Hayes is a twenty year old freelance artist based in Seattle, WA. She is a singer-songwriter whose music is a mix of pop/folk/alt. She draws inspiration from artists like Taylor Swift, Maggie Rogers and Phoebe Bridgers. She is so grateful and loves her supporters to infinity!

Glitchlette –
Glitchlette is the alternative electronic solo project of Autumn Marceau, a producer and singer with a totally independent approach to electronic music that exclusively features her own writing, performing, engineering and production. With influences ranging from progressive metal to pop punk to IDM and dark wave, Glitchlette is the product of Marceau’s desire to blend aggressive percussion, sonic experimentation, powerful vocals and complex electronic texture into a pop format you can always dance to and cry to.

Emma Ecstasy –
Emma Ecstasy is a rising star in the PNW music scene. Mixing electronic and experimental music in their DJ sets, you’ll be ready to dance the night away as they bring the show to a close!

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