Venue Details

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Town Hall Seattle, Great Hall
Enter on 8th Avenue 1119 8th Avenue Seattle, WA 98101
206-652-4255
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Bring cash for concessions (beer, wine, snacks).
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anon
lately I've been able to find street parking. Saturdays is free after 6 pm on some streets. Free after 7 pm on some other streets.
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5 events
2 reviews
1 stars
attended Dec 08 2013

I thought it had the best Santa ever. Galloping around the hall with the children and sitting with each child after was lovely. Paying for parking had a long line because the machine was tedious.The concert was long for three young children with me,

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1 review
4 stars
attended Dec 02 2012

The "Sing Along" of Holiday Favorites was Great and a lot of fun. It is a family affair and everyone had a wonderful time. Everyone in our group enjoyed themselves.

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1 review
0 stars
attended Dec 07 2014

We went with our 8 and 9 year old kids, who were probably at the older end of the kid spectrum. They really enjoyed the festive decorations worn by the orchestra members, and were captivated by the music!

Singing was fun. Lots of oldies and...continued

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Website

http://www.luco.org/holiday-pops.html

About the Ticket Supplier: Lake Union Civic Orchestra

LUCO is a largely volunteer-run, Seattle-based community orchestra distinguished by superb musicianship, low ticket prices, friendly atmosphere, central location of concerts, and exciting, innovative programming.

Local music critic Christopher DiLaurenti wrote, "LUCO's concerts have a homey feel missing from most classical music gigs; before the show, people laugh and chat casually as if at home. Yet when the music begins, the audience's attention becomes steadfast and quieter than most other orchestral performances I attend." (The Stranger, January, 2008.)