Pink Martini at the Pantages
Pink Martini is coming to the Pantages Theater next month, featuring a dozen musicians coming together for one, beautiful multilingual concert. Featuring songs in 25 different languages, the ensemble crosses genres of classical, jazz, and old-fashioned pop, with music by “little orchestra” featuring Thomas Laurderdale and China Forbes. Hosted by Tacoma Arts Live, the performance will be held at 7:30 p.m. on Saturday, April 11. Ticket start at $35 and can be found here.
Tacoma Seltzer Co. Grand Opening
Hard seltzer fans, leave the White Claws on the shelf because there’s a new, local seltzer company to rally around. Tacoma Seltzer Co., a division of Tacoma Brewing Co., is celebrating its grand opening from 2 to 9 p.m. this Saturday, March 14. With recently released flavors such as the Painkiller — with hints of lime, orange, pineapple, and coconut — and Mai Tai — a combination of almond, lime, and orange — we can’t wait to sip on these bubbly beverages we’re sure we’ll love.
An Authentic St. Patty’s Day Party
Our favorite, local Irish pub is celebrating St. Patrick’s Day in all its authentic glory. Tacoma’s Doyle’s Public House is putting on a full day of festivities this Saturday, March 14 featuring live music and traditional dishes and brews. Doors open at 6 a.m. for a breakfast of corned beef hash, and the celebration will continue late into the evening with a performance from The Salmonberries. So settle in, grab a Guinness, wear something green, and have a fun, Irish time. For more information, visit this website.