World AIDS Day has been observed every year on December 1 since 1987. Between 2011 and 2015 the theme is “Getting to Zero”, according to the World Health Organization. It’s a time to raise awareness, support our communities and push towards greater access to treatment for all. Here’s what’s happening in Puget Sound.
On Friday, December 7, come to Seattle for “SMooCH”! Brad (Stone Gossard, Shawn Smith), the Chris Friel Orchestra with special guests Pete Droge and Carrie Akre, Stag, The Young Evils, The Sangster Family Band and Rachel Flotard will all donate performances to raise funds for Seattle Children’s at an evening LIVE concert and auction!
Michael Henrichsen spent two years persuading the British rock icon to play his party, and it paid off Friday at the packed Showbox SoDo club.
From singing and dancing, to sugar skulls and art work, come celebrate and honor your loved ones that have departed at one of these Puget Sound Dia de los Muertos (Day of the Dead) community events.
Six choirs representing different communities of faith around Puget Sound are singing for marriage equality in one concert on Sunday, October 14.
The first ever Sequim Balloon Festival includes 15 different events over four days. More than just a balloon festival, it is a family friendly Labor Day weekend extravaganza!
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.
Community and celebrating are happening all this weekend in Puget Sound! Auburn, Marysville, Edmonds, Kirkland, North Bend, and Seattle are having family activities, fun for kids and lots of food and entertainment!
Head to KeyArena to see Colton Dixon, DeAndre Brackensick, Elise Testone, Erika Van Pelt, Heejun Han, Hollie Cavanagh, Jessica Sanchez, Joshua Ledet, Phillip Phillips and Skylar Laine in concert!
When the weather gets sunny, the Seattle musicians turn out for some amazing music and lots of free concerts! Bring the kids, your lawn chairs and a snack or a sack lunch! Here’s where you can be entertained in Seattle this summer, even on your lunch break!