Seattle Holiday Events 2021



And just like that, months have passed and the best time of the year (or the worst, depending on who you ask) has arrived. For those of us who started prematurely preparing for the holidays on November 1st, here are a few things you can do now that it’s finally socially acceptable to blow up Mariah Carey’s “All I Want for Christmas is You”.

November 29-December 1
Christmas trees Providence O’Noël
After two years, Providence O’Christmas is moving from its in-person Christmas tradition of a Silver Bells luncheon and gala dinner to a drive-through tour of decorated trees in the garage of the Westin Seattle. Each of the three drive-thru options provides cookies and milk, a photo with Santa, and even full meals to go. The most important part? It supports those in need of health care, housing and palliative care services. Westin Seattle Garage, $ 25-125

1st December
A John Waters Christmas: it’s a Christmas massacre
After spending nearly two years confined to his hometown of Baltimore, the “queer Confucius” hits the road to celebrate his 25th annual Christmas tour. Famous for extravagant comedic Christmas parties, Waters will bring his irreverent signature to this holiday monologue. the Neptune Theater, Miscellaneous

7-26 Dec.
A Christmas Carol
Christmas is nothing without that Dickensian classic, the quintessential tale, ensuring our Christmas ghosts from the past are dealt with as the curtain closes. Allen Theater, $ 27-59

10-31 Dec.
Washington State Fair
Puyallup Exhibition Center hosts a new walking holiday extravaganza that includes a Yeti bar and fire pit, replacing the usual endless supply of burgers and fries. With six different activities to choose from, like ice skating and a laser light show at a Holly Jolly market featuring fudge-in-a-cup, everyone will be in the holiday spirit, maybe even more. at the mention of free parking. Washington State Fair, miscellaneous

December 16
Holiday night market
Pike Place’s MarketFront Pavilion transforms into a Christmas paradise, offering seasonal cocktails at Polar Bar and food stalls from local restaurants like Brewmaster’s Bakery and Spice Bridge. Holiday tunes will be provided by a handful of musical guests, including Alex Rassmussen and DJ Simone BG. The night market wouldn’t be complete without some shopping. About twenty vendors will also be present, presenting everything from pottery to candles. Pike Place MarketFront Pavillion, free access

16-19 Dec.
Holiday Pickleball Smash
What’s more Seattle than a pickleball? Players will gather on the courts of the Eastside Tennis Center in a weekend vacation tournament to fight for a podium spot. The competition is open to anyone aged 12 and over and will be divided by skill. If you think you have a chance to win some gold, act quickly: registrations close on December 8th. Eastside Tennis Center, from $ 50

Dec 17
Sip and Snowball Wine Walk
Are vacations really for adults? Thanks to this Kirkland Wine Walk (with its 21+ policy), now they can be. During the walk you can explore some of the many galleries and shops that downtown Kirkland has to offer, and enjoy the time to get away from it all on the in-laws you will see in a week’s time or on the giveaway. impossible for your child to continue begging Santa Claus. . Kirkland Urban and Heathman Hotel, $ 25-30

Until December 18
Jingle all gays
The theater is back, as is the iconic Kitten N ‘Lou with one of Seattle’s most beloved “Holigay traditions”. This year’s limited run will even put a certified Scrooge in the Christmas spirit, ringing in the season with songs, dancing, and the perfect amount of “holiday hilarity.” West Hall, $ 35-250

Until December 19
Holiday concerts at Westlake Park
Every Sunday, songs from local musicians like Shaina Shepherd, the Seattle Women’s Steel Pan Project! and the Roosevelt Jazz Band will flood downtown to celebrate the holidays. Westlake Park, free access

December 21
March of the Winter Solstice Lights
Stroll through historic downtown Chelan, to the Old Bridge, to commemorate the winter season on the shortest day of the year. The panoramic road, decorated with more than 1000 lights, allows you to take a step back from the hustle and bustle of the holidays to decompress. Chelan city center, free participation.

Until December 23
An improvised Christmas carol 2021
The timeless story of Ebeneezer Scrooge like you’ve never seen it before – the annual show is different every year, as a twisted new take on the literary classic emerges from the collaboration between audience and cast. Théâtre du marché, $ 20 online or $ 25 at the door

Until December 23
Christmas boat party
the The spirit of Seattle has been sailing Puget Sound since 1949, bringing the magic of Christmas seaside to nearly 40 different waterfront communities. Dubbed the city’s official “Christmas Ship,” the ship will sail again this year, decked out in lights and outfitted with a choir, Santa himself, and a full-service bar. Various prices, various locations

Until December 24
Naughty or Nice Burlesque
This year, Seattle’s top burlesque artists like Ruby Mimosa and Inga will flood W Seattle’s Living Room Bar with performances that bring Christmas joy to life. W Seattle, free

Until December 24
Kringle filling station
Hotopp Creative Studio has transformed its vintage garage into a gas station for Otis and Sparky Kringle, packed with activities like ski ball, karaoke, and a photo op with the Kringle brothers and their sled. Gas pumps even dispense hot chocolate – talk about the magic of Christmas. Greenlake, $ 10

Until December 24
Gary with sweet plums
In its fifth year, this interactive comedy show centers around Gary, a man who has been possessed by the holiday spirit since Santa visited him. Starting with: “Does anyone have a question about Christmas? Gary gives the audience the opportunity to meditate and discuss the mysteries and magic of the holidays. 18th and Union or Virtual, various.

Until December 26
Welcome home: a holiday concert
As live shows continue to make a comeback, the Théâtre du Village is doing the same with its seasonal concert. The evening features performances by Anti Alhadeff, Kyle Nicholas Anderson, Jordan Bolden, Kataka Corn and Shaunyce Omar, featuring Christmas classics including “This Christmas” and “Santa Baby”. Seattle musicians Aaron Martin Davis Normal, Andrew Pang, Jamael Nance and Olivia Hamilton will come together as a quartet for a night full of winter cheer. Francis J. Gaudette Theater, $ 22-62.

Until December 28
Enchantment returned to McCaw Hall earlier this year when the Pacific Northwest Ballet first opened since the pandemic. George Balanchine’s Christmas classic will be available for live viewing, but those not yet ready to return to the shows in person have the option of catching a live broadcast. McCaw Hall, various

Until December 31
Downtown Seattle Winter Party
Christmas lights up the Seattle Center throughout the month, continuing the 40-year tradition of displaying a miniature train and a 19th-century village in miniature. Master ice sculptors Chan Kitburi and Janson Iwakami create a new ice sculpture every week, and artists such as D’Vonne Lewis Trio and Bailadores de Bronce take to the Armory stage over the course of different weeks. Seattle Center, free participation



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