Erin Go Baroque at Naked City
Back by popular demand! Celebrate St. Patrick's Day by enjoying great Irish and Scottish baroque and traditional music - NO drunken hordes, NO nasty green beer. Fiddler and Irish whistle player Michael Albert (Portland, ME) and champion Scottish fiddler Brandon Vance (Seattle) join harpsichordist and cittern player Henry Lebedinsky for a new program of trios and sonatas by O'Carolan, Roseingrave, Mackintosh, MacLean, and Oswald along with traditional tunes from three centuries. There will even be dancing. Slainte!
Admission is $20, and includes a complimentary house beer or glass of wine. Find more information at www.nakedcitybrewing.com or www.emuseattle.com.
Naked City Brewery is a passionate supporter of arts and culture. Oftentimes its handcrafted beers are inspired by a song, film, or person. Every beer tells a story, and each one ferments in its own time. The Screening Room is Naked City's seventy-person dining movie theater, featuring a New American comfort food menu with organic meats, vegetarian, and gluten-free options alongside award-winning craft beers, wines, and ciders.
Naked City Brewery & Taphouse (Screening Room) (View)
8564 Greenwood Ave N
Seattle, WA 98103
|Minimum Age: 21|
|Kid Friendly: No|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|