Celebrate Openly Secular Day with a Secular Concert!
Celebrate Openly Secular Day 2017 by Attending a Secular Concert with Singer/Songwriter, Shelley Segal!
October 20, 7:00 PM (Doors Open at 6:30 PM)
ALL AGES WELCOME! (Folks are encouraged to purchase food and drink to help cover the cost of the venue)
Cup and Bar: 118 NE Martin Luther King Jr Blvd, Portland, OR 97232
Never heard of Openly Secular Day? Here's their mission statement!
Openly Secular Day serves as a call to action for those with a secular identity by encouraging openness and dialogue around one’s identity and beliefs. Some common secular identities include atheist, agnostic, secular humanist, freethinker, and secularist, though you are encouraged to identify however your beliefs are best described.
($10 for CFI Members Planet Level and Above with ID. $15 General Admission)
Listen to what others have to say about Shelley's music:
"'A Master of Creating Experiential Art' -Chris Hofstader (Skepchick)
'Thoughtful Lyrics Celebrating Life, Love & Reason' -Julia Burke (Buffalo Spree)
'A Curious Form of Protest Music' -Augustus Welby (Beat Magazine)
Shelley's first single, folk protest song 'Saved' has become an anthem for grass-roots secular activists and is the opening theme music for Austin TV show The Atheist Experience.
Through her "mercurial voice and eclectic sound" (The Brag) spirited singer-songwriter Shelley Segal creates a space for her listeners. A space for people to engage with ideas, to question and to reflect on the everyday. Desirous of all expressions, Shelley flirts with elements of folk, pop, jazz, and blues.
"Bespoke songs that traverse jazz, folk, and blues with tender affection and great artistry" (It's Only Rock & Roll)
Since releasing 'An Atheist Album' and performing at the 2012 Reason Rally, Shelley's music has taken her across the world and on 11 consecutive tours of the United States.
Shelley has been a performer and speaker at many large-scale national and international atheist/secular/humanist events.
Check out one of Shelley's most well-known songs, "Saved."