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

Molly Laich
Posted on December 19, 2016, 6:42 pm
2 mins

Put your Santa hat on Seattle, Christmas week has arrived! Kick things off on Monday evening when ArtsWest performs The Little Match Girl Passion (or catch its last performance this Thursday). This Tuesday through Thursday, get in the DIY spirit for Seattle’s Punk Rock Flea Market. For some holiday music, check out Seattle Men’s Chorus: Silver and Soul for their last shows this Wednesday and Thursday. For even more music on Thursday, see Po’ Brothers at the Crocodile with some local opening acts to boot. Finally, if you’re looking for some live performances for the weekend before the big day, we’ve got two stellar options. First up, Can Can Cabaret’s Wonderland has shows this weekend that continue on through January 29. And Finally, you won’t want to miss the always awesome Homo for the Holidays, with performances through December 26. Get out from under that mistletoe and Get Out, Seattle!

Monday, December 19

The Little Match Girl Passion at ArtsWest

Monday, December 19 at 7:30pm and Thursday, December 2 at 10:30pm

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The Little Match Girl Passion at ArtsWest, December 19 and 22

Tuesday, December 20

Seattle’s Punk Rock Flea Market

December 20-22

All ages, $1 admission

Seattle’s Punk Rock Flea Market, December 20-22

Wednesday, December 21

Seattle Men’s Chorus: Silver and Soul, Last Shows

December 21 and 22, from 8pm to 10:30pm

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Seattle Men’s Chorus: Silver and Soul, Last Shows, December 21 and 22

Thursday, December 22

Po’ Brothers at the Crocodile

Thursday, December 22, 8pm

Tickets start at $10

Po’ Brothers at the Crocodile, December 22

Friday, December 23

Can Can Cabaret Presents: Wonderland

November 11-January 29

Tickets start at $35

Can Can Cabaret Presents: Wonderland through January 29

Saturday, December 24

Homo for the Holidays

Through December 26 (two shows on most days)

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Homo for the Holidays 2016, Through December 26

Molly Laich

Molly Laich is a writer and media fan. You can find her at mollylaich.com and doghatesfilm.com and on twitter @MollyL