Get Out, Seattle! Arts and Cultural Events, Week of September 19

Posted on September 19, 2016, 6:13 pm
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The fall season brings with it lots of premieres and opening nights, and VANGUARD is here to bring it all into focus. On Tuesday, catch the premiere of two new plays presented by Forward Flux Produtions opening at Gay City in Capitol Hill: “The Summer House” and “The Wedding Gift.” On Wednesday, the countdown is finally over, because Bellevue Fashion Week has arrived. Fans of Andy Warhol won’t want to miss SAM Talks: Wounds in Warhol at the Seattle Art Museum on Thursday. On Friday, Pacific Northwest Ballet is back for a new season at McCaw Hall with the premiere of the new program, Tricolore. On Saturday, EMP Museum remembers the 25th birthday of Nirvana’s Nevermind. Finally, wind down your week with some fresh music when Jack Garratt and Brasstracks lights it up at the Showbox. With falling leaves comes new beginnings. Let’s Get Out! Seattle.

Tuesday, September 20

Two New Plays by Forward Flux Productions

September 20-October 8

Tickets start at $30 (subsidized admission is also available)

Two New Plays by Forward Flux Productions, September 20-October 8

Wednesday, September 21

Countdown to Fashion Week at the Bellevue Collection 2016

September 21-25

Countdown to Fashion Week at the Bellevue Collection 2016

Thursday, September 22

Sam Talks: Wounds in Warhol

Thursday, September 22, 7-8:30pm

Tickets are $10, or $5 for SAM members

SAM Talks: Wounds in Warhol, September 22

Friday, September 23

Pacific Northwest Ballet Presents: Tricolore

September 23-October 2

Tickets start at $37

Pacific Northwest Ballet Presents: Tricolore, September 23-October 2

Saturday, September 24

Nevermind 25 at EMP Museum

Saturday, September 24, 10am-5pm

See more at the official EMP website

Nevermind 25 at EMP Museum, September 24

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Sunday, September 25

Jack Garratt and Brasstracks at the Showbox

Sunday, September 25, doors at 7pm

Tickets start at $25

Jack Garratt and Brasstracks at the Showbox, September 25

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