Nordo Music Night: The Love Markets

Music Night at Nordo's Culinarium featuring The Love Markets - ONE NIGHT ONLY! 

Thrill to songs of love and revolution from these acclaimed "ruffle-clad ruffians" as they lure you into a world where Weimar Berlin meets New Orleans and pulp heroines stalk the shadowed streets. Lift your glass to slinky tangos, carnivalesque waltzes, back-alley brass and barfly blues.

Craft cocktails, local beers and wines are available all night, and back by popular demand: short-order mac & cheese created bar by our chefs Erin Brindley and Tim Hodgson will be available to buy during the performance!

The Love Markets

Eternally uniformed in their black slips and berets, The Love Markets have been gracing and disgracing Seattle stages since 2008, appearing at City Arts Fest, Seattle Art Museum, Town Hall, TV's ArtZone with Nancy Guppy, and all three main stages at ACT Theatre. They have performed for Burlesco Notturno, UMO Ensemble, Seattle Children's Theatre, 14/48 Theatre Fest, the Gregory Awards, Seattle International Cabaret Festival, Equalux Taste of GSBA, Lifelong AIDS Alliance, and Seattle Men's Chorus. Visit The Love Markets.com to check out the band's two critically lauded releases: WORLD OF YOUR DREAMS (2013) and last summer's BEAUTY FACTORY (2016).         

"Irresistible... Intoxicating theatricality... A deliciously dark carnival." - Seattle Magazine

"Angie Louise is a singer, songwriter and actress with fearsome chops... Uber-belter vocals... Ruffle-clad ruffians." - City Arts Magazine

"Sultry cabaret rhythms and a revolutionary's hankering to bring down the system... Louise is one of my most endeared performers." - JetSpace Magazine

"A unique group of Seattle super-talents." - TalkinBroadway

"Exactly the kind of thing you hope will happen... Onstage it's all black slips and berets, treating you to the experience of seeing Dave Pascal with a trademark bass player's deadpan thousand-yard gaze and a drooping shoulder strap." - The SunBreak

"Rousing... Haunting... Terrific." - Seattle Gay Scene

"Achtung!!" - Seattle Times