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!
It’s weekend celebrating the beauty of the Northwest! From tulips and lilacs, to music, NW history, culture and our community. Pick an adventure and hit the road!
Since 1984, the grounds of Chateau Ste Michelle winery in Woodinville have hosted amazing summer concerts. Purchase a ticket for the lawn and bring a picnic basket and blanket; or purchase a reserved seat in the area near the front and center of the stage. Tickets go on sale Saturday, April 28.
Record Store Day 2012 is on Saturday, April 21 at participating independent record stores around the US. It’s a day to celebrate the vinyl album and the independent retailer. And to help Seattle celebrate, country superstar Dierks Bentley will be doing a FREE live performance at Easy Street Records!
Seattle’s Experience Music Project (EMP) Museum is proud to be the only North American venue to host AC/DC: Australia’s Family Jewels beginning Saturday, April 28.
Spring is in the air, and so is the music. Here are five major musical acts coming to town this spring; be sure to see these world-class artists as they perform in Seattle.
In honor of the 100th anniversary of the Titanic’s epic voyage, The 5th Avenue Theatre is presenting a concert as grand and beautiful as the Ship of Dreams it celebrates: Titanic: The Concert, April 13 – 15 in Seattle.
Kent’s Rainier Chorale and Rainier Youth Choirs will appear together in concert for the first time to perform Mass of the Children by John Rutter on Saturday, March 24.
The Tony Award-winning singer and actress has announced that she’ll kick off her first ever concert tour on Wednesday, May 9 in Seattle.
You heard them at the Grammys… Now the Beach Boys are headed to Seattle! They’ll be at Chateau Ste Michelle winery this summer. Tickets go on sale February 25.