“Before Hamilton, before In the Heights, there was Freestyle Love Supreme.” The Grammy-nominated and 2020 Special Tony Award-winner “Freestyle Love Supreme” will be bringing its show right from Broadway to the Bagley Wright Theater in Seattle from Feb. 16 to March 13.
Arts & Culture
Kicking off with its first performance on Feb. 18 is The Seattle Series, a new classical music experience. It is described as a “chamber-festival-meets-recital series featuring ad hoc combinations of awe-inspiring artists performing together” for a truly magical performance that can’t be enjoyed elsewhere.
Whether you’ve made a resolution to play tourist in your own backyard in 2022 or you are hosting a friend who is visiting the Emerald City for the first time, here are five of Seattle’s most cherished attractions to pay a visit in the new year.
Offering stellar savings for art lovers, Seattle Museum Month returns this February. Those staying in participating Downtown Seattle hotels from Feb. 1 to Feb. 28 will be treated to an array of discounts from more than 30 area museums, like half-off (or free!) admission and more.
From Nov. 4 to Nov. 28, the 41st Seattle International Comedy Competition takes place with a 17-performance tour throughout the Puget Sound area. After taking 2020 off due to the pandemic, the competition is ready to delight Seattle audiences by introducing them to some of today’s best comics.
There’s no better way to immerse yourself in Seattle’s art scene than by visiting some of the city’s most charming and Instagrammable art installations and murals. Here are some of the best spots to stop by and document your artsy finds across the Pacific Northwest.
The sixth Bellevue Arts Museum biennial exhibition, BAM Biennial 2021: Architecture & Urban Design, is set to open Nov. 5. The exhibition offers an in-depth look at the fields of architecture and urban design, with a winning maker being named mid-November.
Seattle Rep is back this December with in-person performances, live theater experiences and hybrid films. The season will run from December 2021 to June 2022 at the newly remodeled Bagley Wright Theater and the Leo K. Theater.
htings Film Festival, presented by Seattle’s Northwest Film Forum, is back for its 24th year with a lineup showcasing productions from as far north as British Columbia and as far east as Montana. The festival will take place from Sept. 16 to Sept. 26, both virtually and in person.
Celebrating its 75th anniversary, Bellevue Arts Museum Arts Fair is back for the summer and has gone virtual to ensure the safety of its participants. The event will be held from July 21 through August 4.