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Jazz Night School

Jazz Night School

Looking to add a little jazz to your life? Jazz Night School is a local nonprofit offering classes and experiences in jazz for people of all ages, levels and backgrounds. This includes music instruction, performance ensemble classes, as well as public music performances.  Read More 
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Sound Off!

If you haven’t heard of Sound Off! just yet, I don’t know where you’ve been. This 13-year-old extravaganza is the Pacific Northwest’s top dog in the battle of the bands arena. There is one caveat however: it’s only for 21 and under – so, if you don’t have kids, or have been over 21 for …  Read More 

EMP’s 31 Days of October

If you are already freaking out over Halloween, you might want to set up camp at Seattle’s Experience Music Project (EMP) for its 31 Days of October.  Read More 

UW World Series 2013-14 Season

Sometimes I forget that Seattle has this amazing University in its own backyard. Not only does it produce smart, talented people, it also provides us with an embarrassment of riches in cultural activities. For example: the University of Washington’s World Series program.  Read More 
The Great Wallingford Wurst Fest

The Great Wallingford Wurst Fest 2013 – today & tomorrow

Ready for the Wurst weekend of your life? The Great Wallingford Wurst Fest continues in its 30th year this weekend! Benefiting St. Benedict parish and school, this Oktoberfest-style end of summer celebration draws nearly 10,000 visitors to the Wallingford neighborhood each year.  Read More 
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Saturday Family Concerts at Town Hall

Starting next week, Town Hall will kick off its Saturday Family Concert Series with a two-day, four-concert extravaganza with none other than Caspar Babypants on September 21 and 22. Why such a big opener? Because the concerts also serve as a release party for the band’s newest CD – Baby Beatles!   Read More 
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Key Arena Hosts Pearl Jam

If you were old enough to hear music in the early ’90s, you know that Pearl Jam was a major influence on the grunge scene in Seattle. Twenty years on, the band is still as relevant as ever, and if you are reading this, you know Seattle is just as cool as it was back …  Read More 
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Decibel Festival 2013

Who would have thought back in 2003, that a small, grass-roots, volunteer-run festival focused on underground electronic music and performance art would grow into a worldwide phenomenon attracting more than 26,000 attendees ten years later?  Read More