Get Out, Seattle! Arts and Cultural Events, Week of March 7

Posted on March 07, 2016, 4:08 pm
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The weather this week has been nothing if not unpredictable and diverse; bright sunrises dissolve into rain by midmorning, and winds gush off the Sound only to expose one of the warmest days we’ve had in months. This week, get out into the city with events that are as wide-ranging and varied as the skies have been. Start with a meal at one of the restaurants participating in Dine Around Seattle, check out some of the art galleries in Georgetown, and be sure to see our best recommendations for cultural events, shows and stores around town.

Tuesday, March 8

Jersey Boys at The Paramount

March 8-13, showtimes vary. Tickets start at $30.

Jersey Boys at The Paramount, March 8-13

Wednesday, March 9

The Revivalists at Neumos

Wednesday March 9, 8pm doors. Tickets are $15 in advance. 21+

The Revivalists at Neumos, March 9

Thursday, March 10

Mozart Piano Concerto No. 23 at Seattle Symphony

March 10, 12 and 13. Times vary, buy tickets online.

Mozart Piano Concerto No. 23 at Seattle Symphony, March 10, 12-13

Denim Line AGOLDE with Nail Artist Mei Kawajiri

Thursday March 10, 1-3pm (Seattle), Thursday March 10, 6-8pm (Bellevue).

Nordstrom Celebrates Denim Line AGOLDE with Nail Artist Mei Kawajiri, March 10

 Friday, March 11

 SAM Remix

Friday March 11, 8pm-12am.  Tickets are $25 for adults, $20 for students with ID and $12 for SAM members. 18+ only.

SAM Remix Presents A New Republic, March 11

Saturday, March 12

Peace: Music of Three Faiths by Seattle Pro Musica at St. James Cathedral

Saturday & Sunday March 12-13, 8pm. Tickets run $25.

Seattle Pro Musica Presents Peace: Music of Three Faiths, March 12-13

Early Music Guild’s Multiple Bach–Concertos on Caffeine

Friday March 12, 8pm (Pre-Concert Talk at 7pm). Tickets run $39, buy online.

Early Music Guild Presents “Multiple Bach–Concertos on Caffeine,” March 12

 Sunday, March 13

MAGMA FEST at Hollow Earth Radio

Events through Thursday March 31; see schedule for details. This Sunday, MAGMA FEST presents Sarah Century on the history of LGBT characters in comics.

MAGMA FEST at Hollow Earth Radio, March 4-31