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ECA announces 2020-2021 season

Shows, seating restrictions may be altered by pandemic

 

Last updated 5/21/2020 at 9:32am

ECA 2020-2021

Edmonds Center for the Arts has announced its 2020-2021 season, with highlights including Mary Wilson of the Supremes and Martha Reeves and the Vandellas, Elvin Bishop and Charlie Musselwhite, Big Bad Voodoo Daddy and Asleep at the Wheel.

"We have been striving as an organization to represent and celebrate the diversity of our community in all that we do, and I believe the 2020/21 season is a reflection of that commitment," said ECA director of programming Gillian Jones.

"Audiences will see the legendary artists they know and love, alongside genre-defying, rising stars from around the world. The common thread is that each of these artists brings joy, passion, and innovation to their craft. It's our hope that their stories inspire and challenge you to look at the world in a different way."

Restrictions may be in place

In a statement, ECA said: "The health and safety of our community, staff, volunteers, and artists continues to be our highest priority. As we look ahead to next season, we remain committed to providing a safe and secure environment for all ECA performances and events and will continue to comply with all government-mandated restrictions on social gatherings and distancing.

"We are grateful for your patience and flexibility as we navigate this unprecedented situation. We will make every effort to honor your seating requests, but please know that your seating location may need to change in order to meet distancing requirements. We will continually monitor guidelines and mandates from the governor and the CDC, and as soon as we are able to lift restrictions, you'll be the first to know.

"Additionally, rest assured that we are exploring all contingency options: alternative seating charts, live streaming of performances, adjusted show lengths, and more."

2020-2021 season

All ECA-presented events begin at 7:30 p.m. Youth/student pricing available. 10% discount for seniors 62-plus, and military.

Legendary Ladies of Motown/Mary Wilson of The Supremes and Martha Reeves & The Vandellas: Saturday, Oct. 10, $49-$84

The Capitol Steps: Tuesday, Oct. 20 and Wednesday, Oct, 21, $29-$64

Catapult: Saturday, Oct. 24, $19-$34

Ak Dan Gwang Chil (ADG7): Friday, Nov. 6, $19-$39

AJ Croce | Croce Plays Croce: Saturday, Nov. 14, $19-$49

Seattle International Comedy Competition: Wednesday, Nov. 18, $19-$39

Big Bad Voodoo Daddy/Wild & Swingin' Holiday Party; Saturday, Nov. 21, $29-$64

Asleep at the Wheel; Wednesday, Dec. 2, $24-$59

International Guitar Night: Saturday, Jan. 23, $19-$49

Colin Mochrie's HYPROV: Thursday, Jan. 28, $24-$59

Ensemble Mik Nawooj: Thursday, Feb. 11, $19-$44

The TEN Tenors/Love is in the Air: Thursday, Feb. 18, $34-$69

Eileen Ivers: Wednesday, March 3, $19-$54

Glenn Miller Orchestra: Saturday, March 13, $34-$69

Ranky Tanky: Friday, March 26, $19-$54

Elvin Bishop & Charlie Musselwhite/100 Years of Blues: Saturday, April 10, $39-$74

BODYTRAFFIC/SNAP & Other Works: Thursday, April 15, $24-$49

The Small Glories: Saturday, April 17, $19-$39

Mariachi Reyna de Los Angeles: Thursday, April 29, $19-$54

The 20/21 ECA Music on Film Series | $10

In addition, ECA presents the Music on Film Series, a collection of documentary films that celebrate music and the power of the artist. Each event is hosted by a local film critic or cinephile, who introduce the film and leads a Q&A after the screening.

"Muscle Shoals" (2013): Thursday, Oct. 29

"Amazing Grace" (2019): Thursday, Jan. 21

"Give Me the Banjo" (2011): Thursday, March 25

"20 Feet From Stardom" (2013): Thursday, April 22

ECA Saturday 20/21 matinees

All begin at noon.

This season, ECA also offers two Saturday matinees for audiences of all ages. The lineup includes performances by Catapult, as well as Sultans of String and its mix of Celtic reels, flamenco, gypsy-jazz, Arabic, Cuban, and South Asian rhythms.

Saturday matinee performances are $10.

ECA offers $2 tickets to low-income school groups, families, and older adults through the Arts for Everyone program.

Catapult

ECA

Saturday, Oct. 24, $10

Sultans of String

Saturday, April 24, $10

Tickets

ECA patrons get exclusive benefits by becoming an ECA season subscriber.

ECA full season subscribers get a 30% discount off regular ticket prices and guaranteed seats for every show. Eight-plus show pack subscribers enjoy a 20% discount off regular ticket prices. Five-plus show pack subscribers enjoy a 15% discount off regular ticket prices.

Season subscriptions and single tickets are on sale now. Learn more at http://www.ec4arts.org or contact the ECA box office at [email protected] or 425-275-9595.

 

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