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8/15/2021

Music at the Mural

Did you know?

Seattle Center exists to create events and experiences that delight and inspire the human spirit. As we take baby steps towards a return to events, we are pleased to offer a new outdoor music series. It launches today (Aug. 15) at Mural Amphitheatre. Curated by the people who bring Seattle Center Festál to the community, Seattle Center Festál presents Music at the Mural offers free multi-cultural, multilingual, multi-rhythmic world sounds on five Sundays this summer, 12 noon–2pm, through Sept. 12. 

The artists featured on Music at the Mural are rooted in traditions and influences from East Africa, West Africa, South America, Central America, the Caribbean and North America. The Sunday line-ups include: La Cantina and Eduardo Mendonça and Show Brazil! today; Guzo Band and Sistas Rock the Arts, Aug. 22; Ghost Horse and Two Story Zori on the 29th; one of the world’s greatest Cuban cuatro players, Kiki Valera y su Son Cubano, on Sept. 5; and The Djeliyah Band featuring Kouaté Arts Performance Company on the 12th

Please join us for this new music series. Bring your low back chairs or blankets, physically distance from others not in their party, leave your pets at home and spend a couple hours to chill, dance and nosh on the Mural Lawn.

Check here for more info. 

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About Seattle Center: Connect to the extraordinary at Seattle Center, an active civic, arts and family gathering place in the core of our region. More than 30 cultural, educational, sports and entertainment organizations that reside on the grounds, together with a broad range of public and community programs, create thousands of events on the 74-acre campus and attract over 12 million visitors each year. At Seattle Center, part of Uptown Arts & Cultural District, our purpose is to create exceptional events, experiences and environments that delight and inspire the human spirit to build stronger communities. Activities at the Center generate $1.864 billion in business activity and $631 million in labor income.