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Town Hall
1119 8th Avenue, Downtown Seattle, Seattle

  • Townhallteennights

Join TeenTix and Town Hall for a series of Teen Nights during their Homecoming Festival this Fall!

To celebrate the grand reopening of their historic home, Town Hall has packed September with six special events that are all FREE with their new Youth (22 & Under) ticket program. You can RSVP for as many Teen Nights in this series as you'd like using this form, and scroll down for details on each of these events!


Keeanga-Yamahtta Taylor: From #BlackLivesMatter to Black Liberation
Thursday, September 5 in The Great Hall
Get FREE Youth (22 & Under) Tickets


To reflect on five years of progress since the shooting of Michael Brown Jr. in Ferguson, Missouri, and explore the present and future of Black Lives Matter, renowned political and social writer Keeanga-Yamahtta Taylor joins Town Hall for a rising generation of activists.

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6:30 PM: Doors open, cupcakes and pizza served in The Otto
7:30 PM - 9:00 PM: Show time


Deep End Friends Podcast Live with Virgie Tovar
Monday, September 9 in The Otto
Get FREE Youth (22 & Under) Tickets

The Deep End Friends podcast is an exploration of liberation, healing, hope, joy, and wholeness. What does it mean to be free? What are people of color doing to heal themselves and the world? Hear from incredible people from all walks of life about their journeys, what they are doing to thrive and how they are contribution to broader movements of empowerment and liberation.

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6:30 PM: Doors open, cupcakes and pizza served during a meet-up with Virgie Tovar and Young Women Empowered in The Otto
7:30 PM - 9:00 PM: Show time


Math Night: Eugenia Cheng & Amir Alexander
Wednesday, September 11 in The Otto
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Math, logic, and geometry may make our everyday life more quantifiable, but it takes a deliberate mind to apply these tools to truly comprehend the world around us. Luckily, Eugenia Cheng and Amir Alexander are making their way to Town Hall for a math night double header to teach us how to see the world like they do. First, Cheng delivers a treatise on how to use logical (and illogical) thinking to navigate our chaotic modern world. Then, Alexander enlightens us on the 17th century French royalty’s love of geometry, and the ways it still shapes our lives.

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6:00 PM: Doors open, cupcakes and pizza served during games with Zeno Math
7:00 PM - 9:00 PM: Show time


Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz: An Indigenous Peoples’ History of the United States for Young People
Wednesday, September 11 in The Great Hall
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The history of America as a country goes beyond that of a land “discovered” by a few brave men in the “New World.” Indigenous human rights advocate Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz joins Town Hall to reveal the roles that settler colonialism and policies of American Indian genocide played in forming our national identity. Dunbar-Ortiz is joined by Seattle-based educator and activist Nikkita Oliver to present an examination of the legacy of Indigenous peoples’ resistance, resilience, and steadfast fight against imperialism.

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6:30 PM: Doors open, guests attend a reception with the author while snacking on cupcakes, pizza, and sandwiches in the Reading Room
7:30 PM - 9:00 PM: Show time in The Great Hall


Hydrant Showcase: Youth Rising in the Town
Saturday, September 14 in The Otto
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Bear witness to the TRUTH of the YOUTH at this one-of-a-kind collaborative event! Learn about opportunities for young artists at the Hydrant Pop-Up Lounge and celebrate the launch of “Up From The Table” - a community collaborative art installation curated by Creative Justice. Get your photo taken for the 2019 Blue Cone Studios Yearbook, then get down to performances by Kid Roman, Kay C, Laureli, and Lexi Lalauni—all under one roof!

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6:30 PM: Doors open, guests attend a jam/mixer and pop up while snacking on cupcakes, pizza, and Homegrown
8:00 PM - 10:00 PM: Show time


Jonathan Safran Foer: Saving the Planet Begins at Breakfast
Wednesday, September 25 in The Great Hall
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Will future generations distinguish between those who didn’t believe in the science of climate change and those who said they accepted the science but didn’t act? And for those who do accept the reality of human-caused climate change, what does immediate action look like? Author Jonathan Safran Foer takes Town Hall’s stage to explore this central dilemma of our time in a surprising, creative, and urgent new way.

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6:30 PM: Doors open, cupcakes and pizza served in The Otto
7:30 PM - 9:00 PM: Show time

Upcoming Dates

  • Wed, Sep 25, 2019 All Day

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