About this Event
Multi-disciplinary, queer-femme force, SIESKI, is a Vancouver-based, indie-alt songstress, actor and creator. In connection to her roots on the West Coast, her name itself represents the tides of the sea and the keys of a piano. SIESKI draws you into her dream-alt world with alluring vocals and melodies that flow and swell and absorb the listener. Bridging mischief, power and play, she combines movement, musicality, and theatrical influence, into a palatable, ethereal sound.
SIESKI’s femme-love anthem, ‘Lady Deity,’ shone in the #VizzybilityProject; a queer showcase, curated by season one winner of Canada’s Drag Race, Priyanka, and Toronto-based Queer Collective.
Located in a recently restored heritage building (St. Andrew's-Wesley United Church), The Chapel is an intimate space perfect for happy hour, live music, poetry readings, and small gatherings.
On the corner of Nelson and Burrard, we're right in the heart of Downtown and the West End. Look for the glowing pink doors behind the 2/44 bus stop on Burrard St.
This spring we're hosting live music, pop-up, happy hours on select Fridays. Join us for wine, beer, and light snacks after work or before heading out for the night! Please note that we are 19+ venue only.
Doors open at 6:00pm (on the Burrard street entrance), with live music starting at 6:30pm. Last call around 9pm. General seating: first come, first served.
This event is being held on the stolen, ancestral territories of the Musqueam, Skxwú7mesh-ulh, and Tsleil-Waututh nations. As we live and organize space as settlers on these lands, we have an obligation to continuously work to repair harms perpetrated upon Indigenous communities, presently and historically.
Oppressive attitudes and behaviour -- including but not limited to misogyny, transphobia, racism, fatphobia, cultural appropriation and ableism -- are not welcome here - this is a brave West End space.
There are 16 steps to the main entrance and an accessible entrance on Nelson St. (please note if this is needed in ticket add ons). The washroom is single-stall, all-gender, with additional gendered washrooms as needed.
With a mix of high and low top tables, there's a spot for everyone. Reserve a whole table to have it to yourself or just book one ticket, sit next to someone new, and make friends. We do not offer refunds on purchased tickets.
This event will be in compliance with the with BC Provincial restrictions and guidelines. Sanitizing and cleaning will be in effect. If this event needs to be rescheduled due to Covid restrictions tickets will be honoured at the new date.
If you have any questions, please reach out at [email protected]
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Event Venue & Nearby Stays
The Chapel at St. Andrew's-Wesley, 1022 Nelson St, Vancouver, Canada