Café Nordo recently presented its 10th season of six world-premiere immersive, theatrical dining experiences. Relying on relationships with local farmers, ranchers, fishermen, composers, actors, and visual artists, Café Nordo serves up modern cuisine in an ever-changing setting with live music and Seattle’s top performers.
As we chug along through February, we wanted to offer updates on a few recent posts. Here’s a bit of info to add to your brain—along with brand-new calendar happenings you’ll want to pencil in for the weeks to come.
“I want history to remember me… not as the first black woman to have made a bid for the presidency of the United States, but as a black woman who lived in the 20th century and who dared to be herself. I want to be remembered as a catalyst for change in America.” – Shirley Chisholm
Ten years ago, West Seattle’s Jake Prendez fantasized of opening a cultural space devoted to the arts. Come this Saturday, February 2nd, his dream will become a reality.
With a couple more months of cold and grey to go, here are our picks for shows over the next two months. Dancing to great live music will help us get through the winter, right? It’s mostly pop, indie, alternative, and EDM. We love that Seattle has an abundance of small, quirky venues for a more intimate experience. All 15 shows are under $30 before fees (ugh, those pesky fees!). Enjoy!
The beloved Happy Valley, Oregon, fest welcomes back past favorites & first-time superstars.
The beauty of Pickathon: Without fail, year after year, you walk away with at least a few brand-new discoveries that morph into some of your favorite musical artists of all time.
Cautious Clay is playing a sold-out show on January 18th at The Crocodile. We had the chance to catch up with the man behind Cautious Clay, Joshua Karpeh, a flute-playing Brooklyn singer with a soulful voice and feel good beats.