Here’s a look at large-scale events happening around the city this week that may impact how you choose to get around. If you’re headed to one of these big events, consider taking public transportation.
See our Upcoming Construction & Events page for more info on construction that could impact how you get around town.
Also, don’t forget to look at our Citywide Events Calendar for more things to do. Have fun!
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Rally: Oromo Community Rally Against Ethiopian Government. Seattle Police Department will escort a march from Pratt Park to the Federal Building. March to begin at approximately 10:50AM. Route: From Pratt Park: west on E. Yesler Way, east on Dilling Way, north on 4th Ave., west on Madison St., to 2nd Ave. (Federal Building). Estimated attendance: 400.
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Polar Plunge Seattle: Annual fundraiser for Special Olympics Washington. At 1PM participants will jump into Puget Sound just off of the Alki Beach Bathhouse. Event hours: 8AM – 4:30PM. Estimated attendance: 875.
Seattle Dragons vs. Dallas Renegades: XFL Football at CenturyLink Field. Kickoff: 2PM. Estimated attendance: 15,000.
Seattle Opera presents Charlie Parker’s Yardbird: At McCaw Hall. Performance: 7:30PM – 9PM. Estimated attendance: 3,000.
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Seattle Opera presents Charlie Parker’s Yardbird: At McCaw Hall. Performance: 2PM – 3:30PM. Estimated attendance: 3,000.
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Seattle Home Show: February 15 – 23. At CenturyLink Field Event Center. Show hours: Saturdays, Sundays and Monday: 10am – 6pm; Tuesday – Friday: 11am – 6pm. Estimated attendance: 1,000 per day.