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Saturday Family Concerts at Town Hall

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Mark your calendars for Saturday Family Concerts at Town Hall, an amazing array of performances, one Saturday a month. Town Hall will have various performers take the stage that combine music, dance, and visual art to showcase the diverse cultures here in Seattle and the Pacific Northwest. The season’s theme focuses on Art as Empowerment, exploring how protest music is a form of liberation, emancipation, and validation of identity. The 4-part Winter/Spring series brings awareness to issues that affect everyone at any age and encourages and enables young people and families to explore their heritage — past, present, and future.

All Saturday Family Concerts are FREE for ages 22 & under. Adults over the age limit can purchase tickets for $5 online.

Saturday Family Concerts winter/spring schedule

Date: January 28
Time: 11 a.m.
Performer: Gil Scott-Heron Tribute Band Music, Art, and Poetry of the Civil Rights Movement

Date: February 25
Time: 11 a.m.
Performer: Adriana Giordano & Special Guests
From Alaska to Amazonas: Indigenous Music, Culture, and Resistance

Date: March 18
Time: 11 a.m.
Performer: R E P O S A D O and Jean-Paul Builes
Rediscovering Latinx Heritage through Poetry, Music, and Dance

Date: May 20
Time: 11 a.m.
Performer: Ihaw Ihaw
Celebrating Filipino songs of protest past and present


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Jasmin Thankachen

Jasmin is the Associate Publisher at Seattle's Child and an Eastside mom of two boys. She enjoys parenting with lots of love and laughter. Co-Founder of PopUp StoryWalk, she also loves children's picture books, essay writing, and community stories.