I am delighted to invite you to my 2021 backyard concert series!
This summer, some of Portland's finest musicians will get together in a secluded backyard near Mt. Tabor Park to celebrate our (distanced) reawakening. Every second Sunday from June to August I will welcome two local singer-songwriters to play for 45 minutes each in front of a very limited outdoor audience. You will also hear a song or two from me at each event. I am looking forward to sharing priceless musical memories with you all.
Your host and friend, Katelyn Convery
June 13th June 27th July 11th July 25th August 8th August 22nd August 29th
West Tabor Neighborhood (address disclosed with ticket purchase)
This is a private, outdoor house concert, so please bring your own drinks and snacks. Only water will be provided. Bring your own blankets or camping chairs. You will be able to use the restroom in the house.
We have very limited tickets and there will be designated spots for blankets. Please wear a mask at all times unless seated. *Tickets must be purchased in groups of two or more. *
June 13th Session
June 27th Session
About Anna Tivel
Anna Tivel is a Portland, Oregon-based singer/songwriter with a flair for capturing intimate moments and crafting strong, narrative-driven Americana-tinged indie folk songs that invoke names like Anais Mitchell, Laura Veirs, and Gregory Alan Isakov.
Raised in rural northern Washington, Tivel has shared the stage with a diverse array of artists, including Blind Pilot, Mandolin Orange, Peter Mulvey, Matt the Electrician, and Jeffrey Martin, and was a winner of the Telluride Troubadour Contest and the Kerrville Songwriting Contest. She released her debut album, Before Machines, in 2014, via Fluff & Gravy Records. Heroes Waking Up arrived in 2016, with Small Believer arriving the following year.
July 11th Session
July 25th Session
August 8th Session
August 22nd Session
August 29th Session
Reserve your spot now!
Dude, it's a legit backyard house concert with legit musicians and we gonna party like it's 2021 - at a respectful distance.