Starting next Wednesday and Thursday, July 8 and 9, Marymoor Park will host drive-in movies through the end […]
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This year’s Volta is a captivating new Cirque show of discovery and transformation. Inspired in part by the adventurous spirit that fuels the culture of street sports, the show weaves acrobatics in a visually striking world driven by a stirring melodic score. Experience the Suite with Champagne Nicolas Feuillatte for a special VIP experience including drinks and snacks in an exclusive setting.
Luzia opened in Seattle on Thursday, March 30th at Marymoor Park for a limited engagement through May 21st. Luzia explores various themes linked to the culture, history and mythology of Mexico, some of which may not seem connected at first glance. The show uses speed, monumentality, rain in all its manifestations, surreal animal life, and a poetic vision of reality in this contemporary mosaic. It awakens and engages your senses and transports you to a place suspended between dreams and reality.
We had the chance to chat with Artistic Director, Mark Shaub, and Adagio artist Kelly McDonald of the Cirque du Soleil’s LUZIA show arriving in Seattle on March 30th (get your tickets soon!). LUZIA takes you to imaginary Mexico, like in a waking dream, where light quenches the spirit and the rain soothes the soul. Freely inspired by Mexico, LUZIA is a poetic and acrobatic ode to the rich, vibrant culture of a country whose wealth stems from an extraordinary mix of influences and creative collisions.
Cirque du Soleil’s LUZIA will be performing under a redesigned white-and-gold Big Top at King County’s Marymoor Park in Redmond from March 30 – May 21, 2017. Tickets are now available online to the public at cirquedusoleil.com/luzia.
Fitz & The Tantrums Get Right Back Summer Tour comes to Seattle
Summer is getting outside and enjoying our one-of-a-kind Seattle weather as often as possible. Outdoor music festivals, BBQs, bonfires, and camping and hiking are just a few of our quintessential summer pastimes. This year has gotten off to a slow start, but the 70 to 80 degree weather the past couple of weeks is hands down better than the 90+ degree weather last year. Come celebrate the last month of summer with a concert on the lawn in King County’s largest, oldest, and most popular park! Fitz & The Tantrums are playing a show in Seattle (more specifically, Redmond) on Saturday, August 20th and amazingly, there are still some tickets left!
Mobile Food Rodeo’s first annual Trucktoberfest!
Get trucked this fall! Trucktoberfest will be a two-day festival held at Marymoor Park in less than 6 weeks! This new Northwest festival tradition brings together more than 30 local craft breweries and gourmet food trucks who will showcase 60+ beers. This will be paired with live music stage on a
Marymoor Park welcomes the equestrian musical extravaganza.
Under the largest big-top tent on Earth, Cavalia prepares to dazzle audiences with an upcoming series of performances in Redmond. This French troupe of 38 human performers and 45 horses has charmed Seattleites since the show’s Northwest debut in 2004. Now, Cavalia has scheduled 25 shows in Marymoor Park from Wednesday, Jan. 18 to Sunday, Feb. 12.