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Seattle-Tacoma Valentine's Day 2014 Events

Concerts, Shows, Burlesque, Cooking Classes and More!

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Seattle Valentine's Day

Seattle Valentine's Day

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In a diverse city like Seattle, celebrating Valentine’s Day means finding an activity, event or restaurant that suits your idea of romance—and the options are many. Romantic restaurants? Plentiful! Valentine’s day shows and concerts? You got it. Something a little different like a burlesque show? Also no problem. In Seattle, Tacoma and other local cities, the range of things to do is vast, so find your perfect night out and hit the town.

As Valentine’s Day grows closer, check back for updated events listings!

Sweets Cooking Cake Decorating
Nothing says love like baking sweet treats for your honey! Learn a few cake decorating tricks and techniques from pastry chef and owner of Setsuko Pastry, Setsuko Agata.
When: January 27, 10 a.m.
Where: Seattle Buddhist Church, 1427 S. Main St. Seattle, WA 98144
How much: TBA

Comedy of Love
Comedy of Love combines aspects of love and lust with a dash of improv comedy.
When: February 14 (and other dates)
Where: Unexpected Productions, 1428 Post Alley, Seattle
How much: $15

Babeland Classes
Learn tips and techniques to practice with your partner! Classes are a lot of fun, but don’t show up shy!
When: Select dates in late January and early February
Where: Babeland, Seattle
How much: Varies by class

Lingerie Fashion Show at Neighbours Nightclub
Check out what’s new on the lingerie scene whether you’re shopping for yourself or own a shop.
When: February 8, 7 p.m.
Where: Neighbors Nightclub, 1509 Broadway, Seattle
How much: $10 - $50

Mindi Abair Valentine’s Celebration
Sax player Mindi Abair has sold half a million solo albums, but also served as the featured saxophonist for American Idol in 2011 and 2012. Kick back at Dimitrou’s and enjoy a mellow Valentine’s concert.
When: February 14, 5:30 p.m.
Where: Dimitriou’s Jazz Alley
How much: $34.50

Revealing Queer at MOHAI
The opening of a brand new exhibit at the Museum of History and Industry (MOHAI) coincides with Valentine’s Day. The new exhibit is Revealing Queer and the opening will feature treats and live entertainment.
When: February 14, 7 p.m.
Where: MOHAI
How much: $10 members/$12 public

Northwest Symphony Orchestra Valentine’s Concert
The Northwest Symphony Orchestra will perform their annual Valentine’s Day concert. This year features Salsa by Ian Guthrie, Capriccio Italien (Tchaikovsky), Carmen Suite No. 1 (Bizet), El Salon Mexico (Copland) and Bolero (Ravel).
When: February 14, 7:30 p.m.
Where: Highline Performing Arts Center, 401 South 152nd Street, Burien
How much: $12-$15

Hard Love: Valentine’s Day with Stripped Screw Burlesque
A little bit of comedy and a little bit of spice makes Valentine’s Day a night you won’t forget. This evening of popular acts from Stripped Screw features Stella D’Letto with an all-new act, Lady Drew Blood, Violet Tendencies and Seraphina Fiero.
When: February 14, 8 p.m.
Where: Columbia City Theatre
How much: $20-$125

RED – Seattle’s Flirtiest Bash
If you want to party for Valentine’s Day, RED is the event for you. Seattle’s top DJs will spin Top 40 and old-school R&B to keep the dance floor lively!
When: February 14, 8 p.m.
Where: Showbox at the Market
How much: $30-$50

The Ten Tenors
If three tenors is not enough, then ten of them should be! The Ten Tenors will sing Broadway classics and ballads, sure to bring on some swooning from the audience.
When: February 14, 8 p.m.
Where: Pantages Theatre, Tacoma
How much: $42-$85

Brian McKnight
A R&B artist with several platinum albums behind him, McKnight will be at the Emerald Queen Casino just in time for Valentine’s Day.
When: February 14, 8:30 p.m.
Where: Emerald Queen Casino
How much: $40-$90

Cupid’s Undie Run in Fremont
What screams romance more than running through the city in your underwear and in the freezing cold?
When: February 15
Where: Starts and ends at 456 N 36th Street, Seattle, 98103
How much: $25-$50, depending on when you register

Soundscapes
Northwest Sinfonietta will play nature-inspired pieces by Debussy (Claire de Lune), Respighi (Gli Uccelli), Vaughan Williams (The Lark Ascending) and Beethoven (Pastorale).
When: February 15, 7:30 p.m.
Where: Rialto Theatre, Tacoma
How much: $27.50-$60

Air Supply
Nothing says romance like a bit of 1980s soft rock.
When: February 15, 8:30 p.m.
Where: Emerald Queen Casino
How much: $30-$65

The Magic of the Flute
If romance means soothing, classical music, The Magic of the Flute will take to the stage of Town Hall. Principle Flutish of the Seattle Symphony, Demarre McGill, will be joined by a string quartet. Together they will play works by Mozart, Beethoven, Ginastera and more.
When: February 16, 2 p.m.
Where: Town Hall Seattle
How much: $30

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