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The Paramount Turns 90 And Hosts Big Pride Party On Saturday


Who doesn’t love free stuff?

And, while normally you have to shell out some Hamiltons to see shows/events at Seattle Theatre Group’s gorgeous PARAMOUNT THEATRE on Pine Street at the foot of Capitol Hill heading downtown, this Saturday, June 23rd, you have a FREE opportunity to party at the venue in celebration of two things:

Seattle LGBTQ Pride Weekend


The Paramount’s 90th Anniversay

There’s also a “sold out” free concert that same night with beloved local band DEATH CAB FOR CUTIE but the non-ticketed street party will feature LGBTQ performers and all sorts of freebies (ice cream, if you get there early enough; posters). It’s an evening event from 5pm to 8pm on 9th Avenue between Pike and Pine Street.

Some more skinny!

The Paramount 90th Anniversary Celebration:
The People’s Theatre
WHAT: Musicians, dance artists, comedians and more will take to the streets outside The Paramount Theatre this Saturday to honor the venue’s 90th Anniversary! The FREE non-ticketed outdoor celebration features live performances, a 21+ cash bar, a poster giveaway, Re:definition gallery viewings and free Molly Moon’s ice cream for the first 200 people to arrive.
WHEREOutside The Paramount Theatre on 9th Avenue (between Pike Street and Pine Street)
WHENSaturday, June 23 from 5pm to 8pm
WHO: Hosted by Nancy Guppy, the celebration features performances including a SassyBlack Pride Showcase featuring local LGBTQIA performers, Lieu Quan Lion Dance TeamApna Bhangra Crew, music producer Nic Masangkay, comedian El SanchezNW Tap Connection with music by Shakiah Danielson and Levi WareTen Man Brass BandSeattle Kokon Taiko, and Seattle Women’s Steel Pan Project.

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