Seattle’s annual Earshot Jazz Festival returns Friday, October 12 and continues through Sunday, November 4 with more than 50 distinctive concert events in venues all around the city, and special guests like Grammy winning artist Branford Marsalis.
If your funny bone needs tickling, you’ll be glad to know that some of America’s most hilarious and well known comedians are making their way to Seattle! Here are some of our favorites.
Seattle is filled with amazing designers, cutting edge fashion and great looks for every occasion. Come and see what’s new and what’s “renewed” … from recycled gowns to leather jackets to dream wedding dresses, it’s all this fall in Seattle.
Nothing warms you up on a cool fall evening like a classical music performance. See some of the best in the Seattle area this season.
Weird Al is continuing his Apocalypse Tour, which began in 2011, on the West Coast. He’ll be in Seattle for one night on Thursday, August 16, with his best repertoire of old and new hits.
Feed your brain this fall with one of the best lectures available in Seattle.
On Thursday, May 17, the Seattle Symphony will delight you with the only opera by composed by Béla Bartók. A castle filled with forbidden doors, a torture chamber, a jewel house, a garden and a lake of tears make for an eerie story about past lives and Bluebeard’s past wives.
From boats to James Bond to wine and chocolate… it’s the first weekend during the month of love in Seattle! Here are some of our favorite events this weekend.
The former NBC Nightly News anchor will be interviewed by executive editor of the Seattle Times, David Boardman, in front of a live audience.
The Seattle Symphony is inviting you to their Symphony Summer Classic Movie Nights. Two of America’s best movies of all time on the big screen – with the Seattle Symphony’s live accompaniment!