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McCaw Hall | February 1-10
The Pacific Northwest Ballet presents The Sleeping Beauty at McCaw Hall from February 1 through 10. The Sleeping Beauty tells the classic tale “opulent sets, lavish costumes, and fairies that really fly, plus the celebrated PNB Orchestra performing Tchaikovsky’s familiar score.”
Downtown Seattle | February 2-3
Experience the new Highway 99 tunnel as WSDOT and the City of Seattle host a grand opening celebration. Saturday’s events include an 8K fun run, tunnel and viaduct tours, family-friendly activities, and ribbon cutting ceremony.
Tacoma Dome | February 8
Michelle Obama’s live U.S. book tour in support of her memoir, BECOMING, makes a stop at the Tacoma Dome on February 8. The event will feature a conversation between Mrs. Obama and a to-be-announced moderator.
Chinatown-International District | February 9
Celebrate the Year of the Boar/Pig at Seattle’s Chinatown-International District on Saturday, February 9. The Lunar New Celebration includes traditional dragon and lion dances, Japanese Taiko Drumming, martial arts, and other performances—in addition to a number of family friendly activities throughout the day.
Downtown Seattle | February 21-24
The four-day festival of food and wine kicks off on Thursday, February 21 at Sodo Park with Comfort—featuring Seattle’s best feel-good foods and brews. Friday’s feature is Pop! Bubbles & Seafood highlights the PNW’s seafood at The Sanctuary. The Grand Tasting on Saturday will be held at the Bell Harbor International Conference Center. To wrap up the weekend, Sunday Supper will take place at Block 41.
CenturyLink Field Event Center | February 23 – March 3
Seattle’s largest consumer home show features everything for the home—indoors and out. The show runs from February 23 through March 3 at the CenturyLink Field Event Center.