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Art Battle Returns to Seattle Center with the NW Regional Championship!

People gathered in a crowd, artists, stage, inside

When: Saturday, March 4, 2023

Start time: 8:00 PM

(UTC-08:00) Pacific Time (US and Canada)

Regular season event winners from Washington, Oregon, and Idaho return for their chance to become the 2023 Northwest Regional Champion, and head to the National Championships in Daytona Beach, Florida on April 1st!

Join Art Battle® Seattle for the most anticipated event of the season!

Come watch the paint fly before your eyes and vote to help determine the winner, as artists battle the clock & each other, in 3 rounds of just 20 minutes! DJ Robee will be keeping the energy high while emcee Austin guides you through a magical night of creativity and community.

All artworks will be available for auction during this incredible event. Bid on the painting that speaks to you and take it home that night.

*Art Battle® Seattle is a 21+ event
*Follow on Instagram @ArtBattleSeattle!

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TICKETS: click here (At The Door $30 | General Admission $25 | Early Bird $20)

Painting @ 9pm

Seattle Center Armory Food & Event Hall

305 Harrison St, Seattle, WA

About Seattle Center
Connect to the extraordinary at Seattle Center, an active civic, arts, and family gathering place in the core of our city and region. As part of the Uptown Arts & Cultural District, Seattle Center’s 74-acre campus, centered around the International Fountain, is home to Climate Pledge Arena; more than 30 cultural, educational, sports and entertainment organizations; and a broad range of public and community programs – with the purpose of creating exceptional events, experiences, and environments which delight and inspire the human spirit to build stronger communities. Thanks to the support of Official Seattle Center Partners – Alaska Airlines, The Climate Pledge, Coors Light, Pepsi, Premera, Symetra, T-Mobile, and WaFd Bank – Seattle Center is the #1 arts and entertainment destination in the Pacific Northwest with 12 million annual visitors, generating $1.864 billion in business activity and more than $631 million in labor income annually.