City Arts in the Community

Dancing on the Valentine

Dancing On The Valentine 12: Always In Our Hearts

Feb. 10

The Crocodile

Dancing On The Valentine returns with a tribute to artists we lost in 2016. Local bands will cover David Bowie, Prince, George Michael and more! Producer Jenny George beat leukemia at age 16. Since then, it’s been her mission to fight cancer with love and music. All proceeds go to the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society.

Can Can

French Kiss

Feb. 10 – May 28

Can Can

Love is in the air with this specially crafted dinner and show spectacular celebrating our favorite time of year, the season of love. Conceived and produced by the company's long-time-creative-team Chris Pink, Fae Pink, Jonathan Betchtel and Tj Davis the show was developed from the ground up with themes of romance, beauty, flirtation and uninhibited passion.

Bring Down the House

Bring Down The House

Jan. 25 – Mar. 12

Center Theatre At Seattle Center

From chaos springs opportunity. No one knows this better than the scheming noble families in the houses of York and Lancaster. The power struggle for the crown of England thunders onstage with an all-female ensemble. The collapse of a kingdom gets re-imagined in this epic premiere adaptation of Shakespeare's Henry VI trilogy. Produced in partnership with upstart crow collective.

Artist Trust

Artist Trust 2017 Benefit Art Auction

Feb. 25

Fisher Pavilion At Seattle Center

The Artist Trust Benefit Art Auction is an annual gala fundraiser bringing together artists, community members, collectors, donors, and friends to celebrate Artist Trust's mission of delivering financial grants and business support to artists of all disciplines in Washington State.

Waxie Moon

A Black Tie Affair

Feb. 25

Steven Jensen Studios

Join the swanky celebration of the 15th Annual Seattle Erotic Art Festival with special guest Miss Indigo Blue. There will be performances by the Waxie Moon and The Twisted Monk.

Edible Seattle

Seattle Whiskey+Chowder Festival

Feb. 17

The Foundry Sodo

$40 entry fee gets you $40 to spend on chowders and whiskeys from the area’s best chefs, including Tom Douglas and Ethan Stowell, and craft distillers. Want to learn more about whiskey? Attend a seminar on the Rise of Rye, Understanding Scotch, or the Art of the Cocktail.

Off the Train

Step Afrika!

Feb. 16 – 18

Meany Center For The Performing Arts

Rhythmic footsteps, body percussion and spoken word combine with projections of Jacob Lawrence’s 60-panel masterpiece, The Migration Series, for a multi-media dance performance. This stunning, evening-length work chronicles the exodus of African Americans from the rural south, and celebrates the Jacob Lawrence centennial.

Queen of the Hill

206 Zulu 13th Anniversary

Feb. 18

Washington Hall

206 Zulu, Seattle’s premiere Hip Hop community organization, is turning 13. Join them for a day of peace, unity, and love.