Quality Inn & Suites Seattle Center
618 John Street
Seattle, WA 98109
Phone: (206) 728-7666
Fax: (206) 267-2163
618 John Street, Seattle, WA, US, 98109
- Phone: (206) 728-7666
- Fax: (206) 267-2163
The Vera Project is an all ages club located in the Seattle Center neighborhood of Seattle. This arts center is a fabulous music center that is run and organized by the youth of Seattle that do their best to promote new and upcoming bands from the city. The ambiance at this smoke and alcohol-free center is excellent and it is regularly frequented by the local youngsters. Some of the bands that have previously performed here are Akimbo, Abe Vigoda, Man Plus and Cut loose. Definitely an interesting place to check out a concert if you are a music buff.
iMUSIC describes itself as an event center and an ultra lounge, and this is exactly what it is! Stunning interiors have been masterfully crafted by the interior designers who've worked their magic with details like lighting, furniture and layout. A consummate entertainment experience awaits you where everything from fashion shows to comedies are yours for the taking. Check site for details.
The EMP Museum is one of the most interesting stops in Seattle. Located at the Seattle Center, this museum takes you through music history by immersing you in nearly 80,000 artefacts including photos, sound archives, costumes and musical instruments from notable artists. Most exhibits are interactive, allowing visitors to literally play with them. Also here is the Science Fiction Museum & Hall, which honors the greatest minds in the genre.
Don't worry about room, with 12,000 seats, this stadium has more than enough for you and whoever else you want to bring along. Originally built in 1962, about 5,000 extra seats were added in the 70's with Many local high schools hosting their sports activities here. Also, several local concerts and events are held here also.
Seattle Center's Center House Theatre, located in the Armory, is home to the Book-It Repertory Theatre. This group had been a roving Seattle repertory company for years, although it's really only found its audience and home more recently. Based on an unusual premise, that great theater can be created from great literature, it takes some getting used to, but once your ear adapts to the odd cadence, it's enthralling. Past adaptations have included Charlotte Brontë's Jane Eyre and D.H. Lawrence's Lady Chatterley's Lover.
Built for the 1962 World's Fair, then turned into a privately owned city park, the Seattle Center is still Seattle's chief gathering place. Fountains, museums, theaters and amusement arcades punctuate sweeping lawns and tree-lined walkways. Three times a year, in May, July and September, people swarm the grounds for the Folklife, Bite of Seattle and Bumbershoot festivals. The grounds contain the Experience Music Project, the Space Needle, one end of the Monorail, the Seattle Children's Theater and the Pacific Science Center. All 87-acres of the Seattle Center is buzzing with activity and why not? More than 5,000 free performances are held in various cultural festivals to concerts all through the year especially summer. Every museum and theatre stage comes alive including the eight fountains. So be a part of the food, fun and partying!
With its elegant interior, 16-foot (4.8-meter) high ceilings, and its location near the convention center, the 1200-square foot (111.4-square meter) space at Utina Wardroom is a prime choice to host your next event. The main room has a capacity of 80 seated or 125 standing. Utina Wardroom also provides a sound system, bars, buffet tables and certain furniture depending on availability.
Located inside the Seattle Center House, the Theatre Puget Sound or TPS as its commonly referred to by regulars, was established in 1997. This center has been supporting the performing arts scene in Seattle for a long time now by encouraging emerging artists to network and perform. Collaborations have been formed with many other associations which has led to a stunning range of events for the audiences who just lap it all it. Check the website for details.
The King Cat Theater, operated by the Jhankar Production was formerly called King Cinema. The decor is punctuated with elegance and is in sync with the generation next. Be it concerts or theater, it encourages performing arts of all sorts. Providing platform to the local artists and bands is the sole aim of the theater. It is armed with the latest and modern light and sound equipments, the theatre also doubles up as a cinema hub. Nearly 900 guests can view the spectacular and lively performances. For meetings and conference, you can also rent the chic lounge. Truly, it is a place which strikes a perfect balance between the by-gone era and the present.
The Jewel Box Theater is located in the Rendezvous and is a venue where all sorts of performing arts is given recognition to. Theater, music, films and more are performed and shown here. You can even book the theater for a personal event or show. Since it is located in Rendezvous one can also enjoy a meal and a couple of drinks along with the show. For more details do check their website.
Located inside the Seattle Children's Theatre, the Eve Alvord Theatre is an cozy space where children and their parents alike can enjoy a family friendly production. The theater has the latest sound technology, ensuring that you can clearly hear every song in a musical and every joke in a comedy. Although the plays are geared towards children, you'll be impressed at the level of talent and professionalism you'll find in this small theater.
Located inside the Seattle Children's Theatre, the Charlotte Martin Theatre offers theater lovers a chance to bring their children to a show that's perfect for any age. This theater is rather large so the productions can be larger than life! Kids will adore the engaging plays while parents will love the fantastic actors and family friendly plot lines. Don't worry, no matter where you sit you'll have a fantastic view of the stage.