Music Events at Town Hall Seattle

Benjamin Benschneider / Town Hall Seattle
Event Type Performing Arts
Starting Date September 23, 2023
Ending Date November 11, 2023
Location Town Hall Seattle
Neighborhood First Hill
CostPrices vary per event - see individual event pages

Musicians from near and far take the stage at Town Hall Seattle’s musical events. From new wave sounds to classic instrumentations, there’s something for everyone’s taste! Check out the lineup below to make plans and purchase tickets.

Upcoming Events:

  • An Evening of Music Inspired by Charlotte’s Web – Sept. 23
    Ever since E.B. White spun this classic tale of Charlotte’s Web in 1952, readers have been captured by its barnyard magic. Wilbur the pig and Charlotte the spider, through subtle meditations on death and change, illustrate better than any human what it means to be humane.
  • Saturday Family Concert: The Not-Its! – Sept. 23
    For 10 years now, The Not-Its! have rocked kids and families with their up-tempo albums and live concerts that give children their first “rock show” experience. This “Kindie Rock” quintet will have children and their parents on their feet screaming for more, the moment they hit the dance floor!
  • Fierce Foes and Musical Masters – Oct. 1
    Seattle Baroque Orchestra’s opening concert will transport you back to the Baroque era. Experience the drama and excitement of some of history’s most notorious musical rivalries!
  • Earshot Jazz Festival Performances – Oct. 6-29
    Enjoy featured performers Omara Portuondo, Hiromi, Johnaye Kendrick and more as part of the Earshot Jazz Festival! View full schedule and list of performers at Town Hall Seattle.
  • Saturday Family Concert: Shpilkis – Oct. 21
    Get ready for old-school Yiddish grooves and tuchus-shaking energy with Seattle’s slammin’ klezmer brass band, Shpilkis! The energetic rhythms and playful melodies will have children and families dancing, clapping, and singing along.
    Revolve – Oct. 29
    Experience a mesmerizing journey through musical landscapes at North Corner Chamber Orchestra’s 2023-24 season opening concert, an enchanting evening where contemporary dynamism meets timeless classics.
  • The Okee Dokee Brothers – Nov. 11
    As childhood friends growing up outside of Denver, Colorado, Justin and Joe were always exploring the outdoors. Now, as the Grammy Award-winning Okee Dokee Brothers, they’ve channeled their adventurous nature into their wildly popular albums and ended up in the hearts of American families everywhere.
  • An Evening of Music Inspired by Glory– Nov. 18
    For her second book, Zimbabwean author NoViolet Bulawayo tried to write nonfiction about the 2017 coup of Robert Mugabe—what came out instead was the Booker Prize-nominated novel Glory, a bombastic satire in the riotous spirit of Orwell’s Animal Farm.
  • An Evening of Music Inspired by Aesop’s Fables – Jan. 13
    The collected fables of Aesop, a Greek slave and storyteller, have endured for over two millennia. From The Boy Who Cried Wolf to The Fox and the Grape and many more beyond, this sprawling collection continues to enchant readers with its timeless wisdom and humor.
  • An Evening of Music Inspired by I Sing the Salmon Home – March 16
    To cap off her storied term as Washington’s sixth State Poet Laureate, Lummi tribal member Rena Priest gathered poems from more than 150 Washington poets — ranging from first graders to tribal elders — to celebrate the Northwest’s signature swimmers in this singular anthology.
  • An Evening of Music Inspired by Moby Dick – June 8
    Melville’s legendary seafaring tome about a maniacal captain’s obsessive quest for a mystical leviathan unveils the raw essence of human madness. There are classics, and then there is Moby Dick.

Be sure to also check out the Global Rhythms series at Town Hall, showcasing a variety of different cultural genres and artists!