KPC's 10 Days of Rock: Shania Shepherd with Erin Rae & the Heartbeets

350 Kirkland Ave, Kirkland, WA 98033

Join-us for our reopening celebration this summer with KPC’s 10 Days of Rock from August 13-29.

For night four of the festival, we’re excited to welcome Shania Shepherd, featuring Erin Rae & the Heartbeets.


All tickets are $25 and can be purchased using the links above. Can’t decide on just one show? No problem! Choose any four shows for $100 and you’ll also receive a complimentary festival shirt.

Face Mask Policy

To maintain the safety of our audience, we encourage everyone who is not vaccinated to wear a mask during shows.

About the Artists

Erin Rae:

Erin Rae Murray has lots of feelings, writes songs about them, and plays them with her friends.

In a short time, this Seattle Bluesy Americana singer-songwriter, has gone from a south end open mic to bringing her project, Erin Rae & the Heartbeets, to one of the biggest festivals in Seattle: Capitol Hill Block Party.

In the mean time, they have been highlighted by NPR’s Tiny Desk Concert Contest, played in front of hundreds at the famed Emerald City club, Neumos, and won fans of all kinds with their welcoming anthems of personal growth.  The Heartbeets play raw-yet-relatable music. You will hear entreaties to raise your chin and love yourself (and your fine ass!). Each of the band’s songs has a story, like traditions passed between family members. Indeed, they are embraces.

The Squad:

  • Erin Rae Murray – Vox/Guitar/Keys
  • Josh Eacrett – Vox/Guitar
  • Ezekiel Lords – Drums
  • Danny Lacker – Mouth Trumpet/Beat Box/Vox
  • Tim Mudd – Bass
  • Jordan Baron – Keys

About Shania:

Shaina Shepherd is one of our city’s brightest voices, to the point where she barely needs an introduction. She’s a classically trained singer who injured her vocal cords in her early-twenties only to become one of the most distinctive singers in Seattle music today; the frontwoman of genre-hopping rock band BEARAXE and an equally stunning solo singer/songwriter in her own right. Just hearing her voice and piano can bring a venue full of people to its knees; a sight of people convening to witness a live performance becoming a memory so faint it is starting to feel like a mirage.