After a play or concert, quench your thirst and satisfy your appetite at one of these excellent downtown venues for late night happy hour.
For some, nothing says Christmas quite like the Hallelujah Chorus. Fortunately, the Sound is filled with music from Handel’s Messiah this year, including Sing and Play Alongs, and a unique ballet and opera performance. Here are some of our favorites.
Seattle Symphony’s new Family Connections Program offers free tickets to kids and teens, 8 -18. Give your kids (and yourself!) a little culture and head to the symphony!
Since 1989, the Northwest Flower and Garden show has been bringing gardening enthusiasts from around the Northwest flock to this annual celebration, held in the beautiful Washington State Convention Center. The show runs from February 8 -12, and it’s the second-largest garden show in the US!
The spirit of the season comes alive with the signature sound of Mannheim Steamroller with Chip Davis! Don’t miss this ultimate holiday tradition from the #1 Christmas music artist in history!
First performed in April, 1742, and written by German composer George Frideric Handel, this much beloved classical oratorio has become a holiday tradition for many. Here’s where you can listen (or sing along!) in Seattle.
Whether you like to rock around the Christmas tree, or enjoy the classics, there’s a musical event for you this season in Puget Sound.
For one performance only, SEE Peter Jackson’s Oscar winning movie on a giant screen and HEAR score LIVE by the Munich Symphony Orchestra, Pacific Chorale, and Phoenix Boys Choir!