If you are a Weathervane Member at the "Event Access" level, you can reserve your spot by clicking the link below.
If you'd like to sign up as an Event Access member, simply click the link below to join or scroll down to learn more about this membership level.
Event Access - $125 / year
If you are not an Event Access member, you can purchase a ticket to this even through our web store. Options for single day tickets to either the Tracking or Mixing days, or a weekend pass to attend the entire workshop are available.
Day pass - $40
Weekend pass - $70
These Workshops are an opportunity to join the Weathervane staff and community for a hands on weekend of recording and mixing in a professional studio.
You can come for just a tracking or mixing day, or stay with us for the entire weekend as we make a brand new song from start to finish! Ask questions along the way and learn the processes and techniques we use for Shaking Through and every day in the studio.
To attend one of these workshops, you can purchase a day ticket or weekend pass (limited quantities available) or sign up now for an annual Event Access Membership that includes entrance to this and all other workshops, studio concerts, wrap parties, and any other Weathervane Music events for the next 12 months.
Sad Sinderella is a 3-piece alt/punk band from Philadelphia, PA. Founded by University of the Arts students McKinley Yarrington (guitar/vocals), and Siobhan Collins (bass/vocals) in November of 2017, Sad Sinderella was initially a 2-piece project formed with the intention of creating lyrically driven punk/alt-rock music. The duo was joined by drummer and fellow classmate, Joe Tocket in January of 2018.
Sounding something like Nirvana and The Faces getting in a chain fight in a seven-eleven parking lot (but in a good way), the band gigged sparsely around the Philadelphia area, mainly focusing on making demos, and eventually recording their full LP, "Poor at Heart". Following the release of the album on January 1st, 2019, Sad Sinderella has been booked at such Philly venues as The Fire, and The Pharmacy, as well as several low-profile DIY shows. They are currently looking forward to recording new music and hopefully playing shows to a wider audience.