We are “under construction” on the all-new website we’ll be unveiling later next month to celebrate the return of Pianos In The Parks, AUG. 1 - 18.
Until then, you can get underway on plotting your route to each of the 11 Seattle destinations, as well as the 2 piano locations on the Eastside.
Be sure to circle back around to the new site, pianosintheparks.org, before you hit the pedal, though!
We’ve worked closely with some wonderful organizations and business – from the trusty Boy Scouts of Troop #41025 to hometown heroes, Microsoft, and so many more! – to revive Pianos in the Parks and make it relevant to Seattle. With their help, we’ve enlisted local artists and musicians from each of the neighborhoods involved, to create a truly localized event that connects each of the pianos to the individual communities around them.
Better, yet, we’ve received the hot tips on where to go, eat, drink, shop and support the nearby neighborhood when you are on your Pianos In The Parks expedition.
It’s not just a chance to see each of the piano’s transformation into public art and enjoy some lovely music, it’s a rare opportunity for residents and visitors to really learn about the individual communities that make up this amazing city.
What makes each area unique?
Which one is your favorite?
Could you see yourself moving to a new neighborhood?
Are there great restaurants nearby?
What is the unique history of the neighborhood and how does the community support this?
…are just some of the questions you just might answer during Pianos In The Parks – or you might be having too much fun to over think things. Either way, the event offers you a terrific vantage point as to what makes Seattle, the Seattle we all know and love…
One Reel is proud to produce Pianos In The Parks & grateful for all the amazing partners we work with to make it possible!