City Arts in the Community

Moisture Festival

Mar. 16 – Apr. 19

Hale’s Palladium; Broadway Performance Hall

At the Moisture Festival, comedy and variete are guaranteed to surprise, thrill and delight. Most shows are all-ages and great fun. Burlesque shows are for ages 18+, performed at the Broadway Performance Hall.


Dance Theatre of Harlem

Mar. 11 – 12

Paramount Theatre

The Dance Theatre of Harlem Company consists of 14 racially diverse dance artists who perform an eclectic, demanding repertoire. For this program, the company will use the language of ballet to celebrate African American culture, bringing new life to the art form of classical ballet.


Prom Night: Three Dollar Bill Cinema’s 10TH ANNUAL DINNER AND AUCTION

Mar. 25

Showbox SoDo

Don your glass slippers, hop into a limo and pop some bubbles at Three Dollar Bill Cinema’s 10th Annual Dinner and Auction, hosted by Seattle’s favorite Prom Queen, Robbie Turner (RuPaul’s Drag Race) and a ballot of very special guests.


29th Annual Best of the Northwest Art and Fine Craft Show

Mar. 25 – 26

Hangar 30 at Magnuson Park

Start your spring with art and fine crafts. Find that unique treasure for your mom, your garden or yourself. Enjoy artists in action, the beauty of handmade delicious food from the best food trucks, the activities for kids and more.


ALO with Rabbit Wilde

Mar. 16 – 17

Nectar Lounge

California jam/pop rockers ALO bring their 11th Annual Tour d’Amour to Seattle for two nights at Nectar with Seattle folk/pop band Rabbit Wilde.