Staxin Continues: Ill-Us-Strait Series
Sep
20
to Sep 23

Staxin Continues: Ill-Us-Strait Series

Black Stax are going back on the road! This is the first leg of their Staxin' Continues: Ill-Us-Strait series. They will be visiting Chicago, Atlanta, and Charlotte. Joining them for the Atlanta and Charlotte shows is Atlanta based hip hop soul group The Nourishment.

For the Chicago show information: Click here

For Atlanta show information: Click here

For Charlotte show information: Click here

 

*STAY TUNED FOR THE SECOND LEG OF THE SERIES!

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Bothell Block Party & Brewfest
May
19
3:00 PM15:00

Bothell Block Party & Brewfest

Open to the public, this event is a part of UW Bothell’s 4th annual Alumni Weekend. Anyone 21 or older is welcome! Sample beer from local breweries, eat at delicious locally owned food trucks, and experience some of Seattle’s hottest up-and-coming bands while you connect with and Bothell/Seattle area beer and music lovers!

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Homecoming
Apr
7
8:00 PM20:00

Homecoming

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A Homecoming can be viewed as many different forms of Celebration. From Honoring the Past, to Excitement about the Future and relating to the Present.

Langston Hughes Performing Arts Institute welcomes back the return of Black Stax to their 'home base'/'original meeting place'. And, like any Homecoming the objective is for you to Participate and Celebrate.

We will be celebrating the NEW release of Black Stax's latest work, 'ILL-US-TRAIT' Live Reflections (West Coast Edition).

TICKETS: https://bpt.me/3376066

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Say it Loud: Simply Me
Mar
23
to Mar 24

Say it Loud: Simply Me

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Say It Loud: Simply Me is a story of Felicia V. Loud's love for music and finding her voice, at a time when children were to be seen and not heard. 

Presented by CD Forum for Arts & Ideas and directed by Marya Sea Kaminski, this one woman show explores Felicia's journey growing up as an only child in a single parent home in Seattle in the 1970s. From the North End to the Central District, Seattle's ever-changing landscape provided opportunities and roadblocks for Felicia and her beautiful southern-born mother, who wanted something more for her little girl. Together, they navigated the trials of the mother-daughter relationship, ultimately finding peace in each other's strength.

Tickets are available at simplyme.bpt.me

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