Happy Birthday America! Free Seattle Wind Symphony July 3 at Benaroya

Wednesday, June 19, 2013

Photo courtesy Seattle Wind Symphony


Join the Seattle Wind Symphony for America’s Birthday Celebration and hear your favorite patriotic tunes. You will clap and tap to marches, join in rousing sing-a-longs, listen to outstanding soloists, and sit back to enjoy some of our nation’s best musical heritage. Bring the kids! Bring the grandparents! You’ll not want to miss this one!  

Benaroya Hall July 3 at 7:30 p.m. This program can be enjoyed by all ages—and it’s free to the public with donations accepted at the door.    

Seattle Wind Symphony musicians are 60 of the Puget Sound’s finest woodwind, brass, and percussion instrumentalists, dedicated to the presentation of excellent symphonic wind music to the general public, educators, and students.

Music lovers will enjoy a professional symphonic band conducted by one of the country’s foremost recognized conductor, Professor Larry Gookin from Central Washington University, who is artistic director of the new Seattle Wind Symphony.

Tickets: the concert is free but tickets are required for entry. 

Tickets available while supplies last:

  • Ticket Office (Third Ave. and Union St.  Office Hours: 10am-6pm weekdays and 1pm-6pm Saturday.
  • By Mail: send a self-addressed stamped envelope to: Seattle Symphony Tickets, PO Box 2108, WA 98111.
  • Free tickets are also available at any Kennelly Keys Music store (Lynnwood, Northgate)
Seating is guaranteed to all ticket holders until 10 minutes prior to the start of the concert, at which time the doors will open to the general public.


This event is presented by the Seattle Wind Symphony and in cooperation with Live@Benaroya, KING-FM and Kennelly Keys Music.


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