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Pompeii: The Exhibition

History comes alive this winter and spring when Pompeii: The Exhibition comes to the Pacific Science Center in downtown Seattle. Experience what it was like to live under the shadow of Mt. Vesuvius.  Read More 

Spooked in Seattle Zombie Prom 2015

If you’re feeling like you’d rather say “death to Valentine’s Day” this year, then Spooked in Seattle has just the event for you: Zombie Prom 2015! Come join other undead as they boogie the night away to a variety of DJs spinning tunes.  Read More 

Don Quixote

Let Seattle’s Pacific Northwest Ballet (PNB) sweep you away to another world in the form of Don Quixote. A classic ballet first revitalized and imagined by Alexei Ratmansky and performed by PNB in 2012, the expansive production is back for another round of astounding performances.  Read More 
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Full Moon Trek

Enjoy the full moon in all its glory! On Saturday, January 31, join other night owls at Discovery Park in Seattle’s Magnolia neighborhood, for a Full Moon Trek.  Read More 

The Seattle Symphony for 29 Bucks

Hey, you know what’s really cool to do? Go see live music! You know what’s even cooler? We have an exceptional orchestra in the Seattle Symphony in our own backyard – downtown Seattle, to be exact.  Read More 

Games, Games, Games!

From our content partner, Red Tricycle: Whether it’s Monopoly, Hungry Hungry Hippos or Chutes and Ladders, the winter months are a great time to unplug and enjoy a board game with the fam.  Read More 

Cirque du Soleil’s Kurios

Turn your imagination and perspective inside out with Cirque du Soleil! The popular performance troupe is heading back to Redmond’s Marymoor Park with Kurios.  Read More 

Strange Brewfest

If you make the effort to travel out to Port Townsend this weekend, not only will you enjoy a great, friendly town, but you’ll encounter the 11th annual Strange Brewfest! The party was so awesome last year, they weren’t sure they could top it, but inspired by Spinal Tap, they decided to turn the festivities …  Read More 

The Nile Project

Head to the University District at the end of this month to get a new perspective on the world. The Nile Project is part of the University of Washington’s World Series, and brings together musicians from eleven countries in the Nile Basin.  Read More