Seattle’s best holiday shows, concerts to plan for and buy tickets to now

Last year, most holiday events and traditions were canceled or held virtually in Seattle because of the COVID-19 pandemic.

While we still have a ways to go before this pandemic is in the rearview mirror, there is some good news: most of the city’s beloved holiday shows are back this year along with some new additions.  

The Bellevue Baptist Church is currently reimagining its singing Christmas tree program, “Hip Hop Nutcracker,” and no two performances of Unexpected Productions “An (Improvised) Christmas Carol” are going to be alike. This year also marks the 7th year of the Pacific Northwest Ballet using George Balanchine’s version of “The Nutcracker” and the 20th

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