Seattle, WA – January 17, 2017 – The Seattle performance arts community has been one of the most vibrant and vibrant in the country for over a century.
The city’s artistic scene has exploded over the last several decades.
In the ’70s, Seattle became a thriving music and film scene, with the city’s first major film festival, the Seattle Film Festival, held in 1969.
With a vibrant and eclectic musical scene, the city has been home to such popular acts as The Grateful Dead, Nirvana, Nirvana!, the Who, and The Who, among others.
The last decade has seen the city continue to develop its musical and film culture, with artists like The Roots, The Replacements, and Billy Joel.
In 2017, Seattle’s film industry has grown significantly with The Great Migration, a feature-length film released in 2018, featuring the careers of the likes of Margo Price, Kristen Stewart, and John Legend.
This year’s Great Migration has received a lot of attention as well.
In 2018, Seattle will host the second annual Festival of the City, featuring performances by artists such as Amy Winehouse, The Weeknd, and Miley Cyrus.
This festival, also known as the K-Pop Festival, will feature a multitude of international artists, including artists such ASOT, SZA, and Kendrick Lamar.
This month, the KCPQ Music Festival will be held at the new Civic Center Theatre.
For a glimpse into the city, check out the photo above.
While the KSPC is known for its eclectic culture, it has also had some of the best performances in the nation.
In 2018, the City of Seattle will be hosting its first-ever KSPCA (Korean-American Performing Arts Commission) awards ceremony, featuring artists from all over the country.
The event, which is free to the public, will honor the city and its artists.
In 2019, Seattle is set to host its first annual Film Festival.
This will be the second year the festival will take place, and will feature films such as La La Land, Moonlight, and Beasts of No Nation.
Tickets for this event go on sale at the end of March.
The 2018 festival will also include the first- ever Seattle Film Critics Circle Awards ceremony.
The film critics panel will honor filmmakers such as John Landis, Josh Brolin, and Paul Thomas Anderson.
In 2020, Seattle becomes the first U.S. city to host a Music Video Festival.
The KSPB Music Video Awards will be holding its 22nd annual Music Video Fest, which will feature filmmakers from across the globe.
This event will be headlined by Maren Ade, KISS, and a slew of others.
In 2019, the festival is scheduled to showcase the work of acclaimed director and filmmaker Robert Altman, and features artists such Taylor Swift, J Balvin, Miley Capp, and more.
Tickets for the 2018 festival are still available, and are currently on sale.