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What to Stream in Seattle September 4–10

An exceptional virtual concert series kicks off at the Nectar Lounge and a Seattle resident shares his journey summiting the continents.

By Carli Ricker September 4, 2020

Climber in orange jacket stands on the top of a snowy mountain.

Vik Sahney is one of the few people to have summited the highest peak on each continent. 

Sun, Sept 6
Deep End Friends Podcast
In addition to their work as writers and artists, Reagan Jackson and Anastacia-Reneé co-host the Deep End Friends podcast. This week the duo is recording a live episode focusing on liberation and empowerment. The podcast will feature several interviews, such as with movement artist TAQUEET$, and ask questions like, “What are Black people doing to heal themselves and the world?” 6pm, $5

Wed, Sept 9
Black Fret Concert Series
Ten Seattle artists, each of whom received a $5,000 grant from the Austin, Texas–based music charity Black Fret, will showcase their talents over a 10-week concert series. Each concert will also benefit a different non-profit. The first artist slated to perform is electronic music producer, Chong the Nomad, whose show will help the Okra Project. Black Fret’s Seattle chapter opened in February of this year to support the creation and performances of local artists. 8pm, Free

Thu, Sept 10
BeWild with Vik Sahney
Vik Sahney is one of a few hundred people in the world who can say he’s completed the Seven Summits, which requires climbers to reach the highest peak on each continent. The Mountaineers community group, where Sahney is currently a climb leader, is hosting the online presentation. 7pm, $14

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