The Student Newspaper of Lakeside School

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The Student Newspaper of Lakeside School

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The Student Newspaper of Lakeside School

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Calendar

Category Event Description Location Cost Date
Music Joji: SMITHEREENS Tour The live performance of SMITHEREENS, the newest album by world-renowned Japan-born singer and producer Joji WaMU Theater, Seattle $39.50-59.50
$69.50 Day of Show
9/6
Music Stewart Copeland: Police Deranged For Orchestra This high-energy evening celebrates legendary rock star and composer Stewart Copeland, focusing on his career with the Police, a defining force in rock since the ’80s. Benaroya Hall, Seattle $50-$100 9/14
Music Jack Harlow: Come Home The Kids Miss You Tour The live performance of Come Home the Kids Miss You, the newest Kanye West-lauded album by renowned American rapper Jack Harlow WaMu Theater, Seattle $70 9/23
Performance Choir Boy This coming-of-age story follows prospective gospel choir leader Pharus Young, as he makes his way being Black and queer in a prestigious all-male prep school Allen Theatre at ACT, Seattle $5-$79 9/11-10/23
Performance Grace Jones Singer, actress, author, traveller, artist, and revolutionist Grace Jones continues her legacy as a troublemaking meta-presence in entertainment The Moore Theater, Seattle $79.99-$220 9/21
Performance Radio III / ᎦᏬᏂᏍᎩ ᏦᎢ This Indigenous futuristic concert asks how one can work on performativity and spatial principles of minimalism while questioning the universalism connected to the aesthetic. On the Boards Merill Wright Theatre, Seattle $20 Under 30 9/22-9/24
Performance Where We Belong This solo piece follows a Mohegan theater-maker as she travels across borders, personal history, and cultural histories in search of a place to belong Leo K. Theater, Seattle Rep $30-$75 9/9-10/9
Culture September 11-13: Live Aloha Hawaiian Cultural Festival Offers Music, Culture and Online Fun This annual festival takes the theme of “Aloha kekahi i kekahi,” to Love One Another, infuses the Pacific Northwest with Hawaiian culture. Seattle Center, Seattle Free 9/11
Culture Under the Space Needle: Seattle Art Walk A walking tour to see the incredible architecture and art of the Seattle Center, Belltown, and Queen Anne Meets outside the Seattle Art Museum $39 9/12
Culture Walk the Block Walk the Block is a Central District art festival featuring the work of local, national, and international Black artists Central District, Seattle Free 9/17
Culture Abdulrazak Gurnah: In‑Person & Online Winner of the 2021 Nobel Prize in Ltierature Adhulrazak Gurnah discusses his book Afterlives, a saga of displacement, loss, and love in the colonization of East Africa The Great Hall at Town Hall Seattle
Online at Seattle Arts & Lectures
$10-$100 9/20
Culture 2022 Italian Festival Seattle’s 35 Annual Festa Italiana celebrates the cultural roots of Italian and Italian-Americans in the Pacific Northwest through art, food, and culture. Seattle Center, Seattle Free 9/24-9/25
Arts Beyond the Mountain: Contemporary Chinese Artists on the Classical Forms Yang Yongliang and Lam Tun Pang join Ai Weiwei and Zhang Huan to contemplate the societal and environmental cost of modernity and globalization Seattle Art Museum, Seattle $12.99 for Students 7/22-Ongoing
Arts everything was beautiful, and nothing hurt. This moving image installation exhibition spans a wide range of style and conceptual approaches, referencing Kurt Vonnegut’s anti-war Slaughterhouse-Five Henry Art Gallery, Seattle $0-$20 Suggested Donation 7/23-11/6
Arts The Art of Banksy: “Without Limits” This exhibition shows more than 150 of the legendary mysterious graffiti artist Banksy, along with a video documentary on his life and work. Seattle Federal Reserve Building, Seattle $29.20-$37.50 9/2-9/11
Arts Contact High: A Visual History of Hip-Hop This exhibit explores four deacdes of photography documenting a musical, political, racial, fashion, and cultural revolution. Museum of Pop Culture, Seattle $28-$32.50 Until January