If you’re an event producer, you can allow your ticket buyers to purchase limited-edition tickets printed with original artwork in your event settings. The ticket buyer will pay a small, additional charge of $0.25 and receive a limited edition, collectible ticket imprinted with original artwork. The current charity of our choosing will receive 100% of the additional charge. Physical tickets must be enabled on the event.
If you’re a ticket buyer, you can check to see if the limited edition ticket is available to you at the beginning of the ticket checkout process or by visiting the Artist Ticket page. You receive a small piece of collectible art and support a valuable cause just by checking the box in the Artist Ticket widget when you’re purchasing your tickets!
See a full list of events carrying the tickets on the Artist Ticket page, as well as find out more about the beneficiary for the current run of Artist Tickets.
So, without further ado, here are this week’s Artist Ticket picks:
Thursday, November 14 I The Gerald Clayton, Ben Williams, Kendrick Scott Trio – Seattle, Washington NEXT pianist Gerald Clayton and bassist Ben Williams will perform at the Experience Music Project in a trio setting with the sensational drummer Kendrick Scott, all leaders in a new generation of jazz. A combo of Seattle High School Jazz All-Stars will workshop with the artists and open the concert. Presented in collaboration with Icons Among Us: Jazz in the Present Tense with support from The Argus Fund.
Friday, November 15 I Ladies Club 2 at Columbia City Theater – Seattle, Washington Seattle’s Shenandoah Davis started this ongoing concert event — Ladies Club. The second in this series features a stacked line-up of female musicians from the Northwest/West Coast. Whitney Lyman and Lena Simon of Pollens will be performing live at Columbia City Theater.
Saturday, November 16 I Haku Inoa – Seattle, Washington Part of Northwest Film Forum’s Indigenous Showcase, this screening of Christen Hepuakoa Marquez’s 2013 film Haku Inoa is co-presented with Longhouse Media. This is the Seattle premiere of this film and the director will be in attendance. There will also be a reception at 5:30pm with eats from Marination Station.
Haku Inoa follows a young, multi-racial Kanaka Maoli (Native Hawaiian) woman, filmmaker Christen Hepuakoa Marquez, as she sets out to discover the meaning of her incredibly lengthy Hawaiian name from her estranged mother (whose diagnosis as schizophrenic in the 80s caused their family separation). Christen discovers not only her self within the name, but gains a whole new perspective on the idea of sanity and how cultural differences can sometimes muddle its definition.
Thursday, November 21 I Eleusinian Mysteries – Seattle, Washington Many years ago in the ancient Greek city of Eleusis, mysterious ceremonies took place to initiate newcomers into the cults of the Goddesses. While the exact rituals have been lost to the ravages of time, some of Seattle’s greatest performers are gathering to celebrate (and possibly summon!) the Immortals of Olympus through the art of dance.
Featuring performances by: Star La’Quinne, Alexa Perplexa, Bella Luna, Inara Echo, Anubis Bennu, Maysun Ryia, Mercury Divine, Nazaneen Raqs, Ana Belle Guin and Danse Carousel. Hosted by Morgue Anne!
Saturday, November 23 I Shakespeare! The Musical: Romeo & Juliet meets West Side, Hamlet meets The Lion King, and more! – Wainscott, New York Our Fabulous Variety Show and The Round Table Theatre Company and Academy present Shakespeare! The Musical a theatrical mash-up of favorite Shakespeare scenes and musical theater/pop songs!
Scenes from A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Romeo & Juliet, Hamlet, Macbeth and Richard III flow seamlessly into Broadway style production numbers with songs from Les Mis, Gypsy, West Side Story, and even Christina Aguilara!