The Neptune Theatre in Seattle’s University District is reopening in July

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After being closed for a year due to COVID, the historic Neptune Theatre in the University District of Seattle is reopening on July 10 for a series of Saturday night shows:

The theater opened in 1921 as a single-screen movie venue. Now, it hosts a variety of concerts, dance performances, screenings, and arts education events. It’s operated by the Seattle Theatre Group (STG), a non-profit organization that also operates the historic Paramount and Moore Theatres. STG’s mission for the Neptune Theatre is “to present fresh, new, local, national and international performing artists, while continuing the tradition of screening film.”

The Neptune Theatre is located at 1301 NE 45th Street, near the University of Washington campus. For more information about the shows and to buy tickets, go to stgpresents.org/neptune/events.

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