You're Going to Die

A 501(c)3 nonprofit bringing people creatively into the conversation of death & dying, while helping to inspire & empower them out of the context of unabashedly confronting loss & mortality

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You're Going to Die Presents... Chelsea Coleman + Scott Ferreter

  • Swedish American Music Hall 2147 Market Street San Francisco, CA, 94114 United States (map)

You're Going to Die Presents...
Chelsea Coleman
+
Scott Ferreter
@
Swedish American Hall
Doors at 7pm
Show at 8pm
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You're Going to Die offers a concert series proudly presenting great artists as they deserve to be presented: in the concert context of acknowledging their brilliant beaming mortal magic.
YG2D Presents curated shows steeped in the context of mortality, showcasing inspiringly enlivening musical acts with movingly entertaining spoken word.

On Thursday, October 26th @ Swedish American Hall, YG2D proudly presents both friends & inspiring artists, Chelsea Coleman & Scott Ferreter...

Oklahoma grown singing-songwriting powerhouse, Chelsea Coleman, creates sanctuaries out of songs, wherein her audience is moved, humbled, & exalted. A courageous & vulnerable storyteller, she invites you to endure open heart surgery, skillfully mending your heartache with strands of golden thread. Each listener leaves more integrally woven into the tapestry of humanity.

Scott Ferreter is a musician with a passionate belief that human beings are beautiful, & that they need not hide from their weaknesses & shortcomings, but celebrate themselves in full. A set of his music ranges from lighthearted & humorous to tragic & tearful, sometimes within the same song. He plays with an ever-changing cast of talented musicians from all over the Bay Area. He plays with Morgan Bolender as one-half of The Feelings Parade, which tours around the country creating musical spaces where people are invited to feel their own depths. His most recent release is "See You In The Morning Light," a cathartic album 4-years in the making that tells the story of losing his father to stomach cancer & discovering the shimmering beauty of being alive.