2024/2025 Season

Welcome to our 2024/2025 Season, an eclectic, entertaining, and inspiring line-up of music, dance, comedy, and storytelling presentations! Join us as we celebrate a diverse and dynamic blend of genres, generations, and cultures from across the country and around the world. Together, let's revel in the magic of live performance, discover new artists, and share in the powerful crescendos that underscore our shared human experiences.

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2024/2025 SEASON LINE-UP:

ECA Presented Events

REBIRTH BRASS BAND | Thursday, September 19, 2024 | $28-$58

Edmonds Center for the Arts Presents


Thursday, September 19 
Tickets on sale June 26th | $28-$58 (plus fees) 
Grammy-winning Rebirth Brass Band has been a true New Orleans institution since 1983. From playing the streets of the French Quarter to festivals and stages all over the world, RBB upholds the tradition of brass bands while also extending themselves into the realms of funk and hip-hop to create their signature sound. 

Genre: New Orleans Brass Band 
What to Expect: A Treme-tinged, big brass celebration with a legend of New Orleans’ iconic music scene. 

WATCH >> Rebirth Brass Band

Sponsored by David & Ruth Arista

TAIKOPROJECT | Friday, September 27, 2024 | $28-$58

Edmonds Center for the Arts Presents

Friday, September 27 
Tickets on sale June 26 | $28-$58 (plus fees) 
The TAIKOPROJECT, founded in 2000, is an ensemble of America's premiere, emerging taiko drummers dedicated to preserving and disseminating American taiko drumming through educational activities and public performances. The ensemble's work balances the traditions and rich history of American taiko with a contemporary edge exploring new dimensions in taiko. 

Genre: Taiko 
What to Expect: An immersive auditory experience with thunderous, high-energy, powerful percussion and captivating choreography! 


KARLA BONOFF & JD SOUTHER | Thursday, October 10, 2024 | $35-$65

Edmonds Center for the Arts presents

Thursday, October 10 
Tickets on sale June 26 | $35-$65 (plus fees) 
Embark on a journey through the realms of music with two iconic figures, JD Souther and Karla Bonoff, in an evening that promises to leave an indelible mark on your soul. JD Souther, a luminary of the L.A. country-rock scene of the 70s collaborating with The Eagles, brings his unparalleled songwriting prowess to the forefront, weaving together a tapestry of melodies that seamlessly blend pop and jazz influences. Complementing Souther’s artistry is the incomparable Karla Bonoff, whose emotive vocals and poignant lyrics have the power to sweep away listeners with timeless classic and soul-stirring ballads. Together, JD Souther and Karla Bonoff promise an evening of musical magic, where the boundaries between genres blur and the beauty of storytelling through song takes center stage. Join us for a once-in-a-lifetime experience as these two luminaries come together to create an atmosphere of pure enchantment and musical bliss. 

Genre: Folk 
What to Expect: An intimate and nostalgic journey through a musical catalog packed with timeless melodies and heartfelt lyrics. 

WATCH >> Karla Bonoff - Lose Again

WATCH >> JD Souther - Something in the Dark

Sponsored by Deidre Blankenship, Kay Corbett, and Nicholas & Kathryn Sweers

LUCIA MICARELLI & LEO AMUEDO | Saturday, October 12, 2024 | $35-$65

Edmonds Center for the Arts presents

Saturday, October 12 
Tickets on sale June 26 | $35-$65 (plus fees) 
Lucia Micarelli is an extraordinary violinist, singer, and actress who starred in HBO’s Treme, and has performed with Josh Groban, Chris Botti, Barbra Streisand and Jethro Tull.  

Leo Amuedo is a truly singular, Grammy-nominated guitarist who has worked with Stevie Wonder, Neil Diamond, Vince Mendoza, Chris Botti and legendary Brazilian singer / composer / songwriter Ivan Lins.   

Together, they join forces in an exhilarating new collaboration that promises to shatter the boundaries of genre and tradition. Captivating audiences with their unparalleled virtuosity, impeccable musicianship, and a shared passion for musical exploration, Micarelli and Amuedo will take audiences on a mesmerizing journey through a melting pot of genres, fusing elements of classical, jazz, Brazilian, folk, Americana and more. 

Genre: Brazilian/Folk 
What to Expect: Two world-class, virtuosic musicians sharing the stage for a truly impressive and emotionally impactful performance.


Sponsored by Norm & Kim Brown, Bill & Barb Derry, and Glenda Krull Glenda Krull Windermere, M2, LLC & Gerald Johnson

CAPITOL COMEDY | Saturday, October 26, 2024 | $35-$65

Edmonds Center for the Arts presents

Saturday, October 26 
Tickets on sale June 26 | $35-$65 (plus fees) 
Capitol Comedy uses the winning formula of musical comedy and political satire to engage audiences in an evening that is hilarious, insightful, and non-partisan. Taking on political leaders and other public figures with songs and sketches poking fun at everything from diversity decisions to dumping dollars on the electorate, Capitol Comedy shows are timely and sharply satirical. 
Genre: Comedy 
What to Expect: An unforgettable night of belly laughs and a heaping dose of comedy as catharsis. 

WATCH >> Capitol Comedy

Sponsored by Jan & Benny Teal


Edmonds Center for the Arts presents

Friday, November 1 
Tickets on sale June 26 | $28-$58 (plus fees) 
Seattle Native Noah Gundersen is a big and golden-voiced singer-songwriter whose lilting melodies will bend and break in your ears. An expert on the acoustic guitar, Gundersen’s music soars – intimate and lovely. His latest work, “If This Is the End,” deconstructs a particularly challenging and transformative chapter of his life, offering audiences a thoughtful and ethereal experience. 
Genre: Alternative Folk / Singer-songwriter 
What to Expect: Poetic, confessional storytelling and thoughtful music meant to connect you to your memories and inspire you to make some new ones. 

WATCH >> Noah Gundersen - Better Days

NOBUNTU | Wednesday, November 6, 2024 | $28-$58

Edmonds Center for the Arts presents

Wednesday, November 6 
Tickets on sale June 26 | $28-$58 (plus fees) 
Nobuntu, the female a cappella quartet from Zimbabwe, has drawn international acclaim for its inventive performances that range from traditional Zimbabwean songs to Afro Jazz to Gospel. The ensemble’s concerts are performed with pure voices, augmented by minimalistic percussion, traditional instruments such as the Mbira (thumb piano) and organic, authentic dance movements. 
Genre: World  
What to Expect: A joyous journey through Zimbabwe’s rich musical landscapes without leaving your seat. 


Sponsored by Laura Ellis, Lindsay Geyer & Jon Inge, Richard Hoon & Eric Raptosh, and Heidi, Royce & Stella Napolitino

JOSHUA RADIN & RON POPE | Thursday, November 7, 2024 | $28-$58

Edmonds Center for the Arts presents

Thursday, November 7 
Tickets on sale June 26 | $28-$58 (plus fees)  
One night. Two extraordinary artists. After 16 years, eight albums, and hundreds of shows, Joshua Radin still treats music as an antidote to any ailment. The LA-based singer/songwriter finds healing in between waves of acoustic eloquence and dyed-in-the-wool Americana storytelling. Radin shares the bill with Nashville-based singer-songwriter Ron Pope, whose music has been compared to Tom Petty and Bruce Springsteen, while also refusing to be put squarely in one category.  
Genre: Americana / Singer-songwriter 
What to Expect: A night of soulful serenades and a double dose of feels when these two talented singer-songwriters team up to share the stage.  

WATCH >>  Joshua Radin - Don't Give Up On Me 

WATCH >> Ron Pope - I Gotta Change (Or I'm Gonna Die)

PAULA POUNDSTONE | Friday, November 8, 2024 | $35-$65

Edmonds Center for the Arts presents

Friday, November 8 
Tickets on sale June 26 | $35-$65 (plus fees) 

Iconic comedian Paula Poundstone is known for her smart, observational humor and a spontaneous wit that has become the stuff of legends. She regularly plays theaters across the country, hosts a weekly comedy postcast, Nobody Listens to Paula Poundstone, and is a regular panelist on NPR's Wait, Wait...Don't Tell Me. 

Genre: Comedy 
What to Expect: A rapid-fire barrage of quick-witted quips and clever observations about life’s everyday absurdities. 

WATCH >> Paula Poundstone - The Bright Side of a Nuclear War

Sponsored by Deidre Blankenship, Rick & Charlotte Canning, Kay Corbett, Bev & Rick Davenport, and Nicholas & Kathryn Sweers

AN EVENING WITH SHAWN COLVIN & KT TUNSTALL | Friday, November 15, 2024 | $45-$75

Edmonds Center for the Arts presents

Friday, November 15 
Tickets on sale June 26 | $45-$75 (plus fees) 
Acclaimed singer-songwriters Shawn Colvin and KT Tunstall share the stage in a rare joint performance. Shawn Colvin, the Grammy-winning artist behind the classic "Sunny Came Home," and KT Tunstall, known for her hit "Black Horse and the Cherry Tree," will each bring their distinctive sound to the stage. It's a not-to-be-missed night of music from two of the most genuine voices in the industry. 

Genre: Folk/Americana/Singer-songwriter 
What to Expect: Infectious energy and soulful storytelling.

WATCH >> Shawn Colvin - Sunny Came Home on World Cafe

WATCH >> KT Tunstall - Black Horse and the Cherry Tree

Sponsored by Dina Carey, Michelle D'Couto, Ray Liaw & Joseph Gregory, and Jeff & Maureen Lewis

PHILIP GLASS ENSEMBLE | Saturday, November 16, 2024 | $45-$75

Edmonds Center for the Arts Presents

Saturday, November 16 
Tickets on sale June 26 | $45-$75 (plus fees) 
The Philip Glass Ensemble comprises the principal performers of the music of Philip Glass. In 1968, Glass founded the PGE in NYC as a laboratory for his music to develop a performance practice to meet the unprecedented technical and artistic demands of his compositions. In pioneering this approach, the PGE became a creative wellspring for Glass, and its members remain inimitable interpreters of his work. 

Genre: Classical 
What to Expect: night of cerebral enchantment; a rhythmic musical adventure that will synchronize your brainwaves to the hypnotic pulse of Philip Glass's minimalist magic.

WATCH >> "Floe"

JAKE SHIMABUKURO’S HOLIDAYS IN HAWAI’I | Tuesday, November 19, 2024 | $40-$70

Edmonds Center for the Arts presents

Tuesday, November 19
Tickets on sale June 26 | $40-$70 (plus fees) 
Ukulele master Jake Shimabukuro returns to the ECA stage delivering a special gift with his highly anticipated holiday show! Jake has captivated audiences around the world with his unique and dynamic style, embracing a deep love and respect for the ukulele. Throughout his career, he’s explored new and unexpected ways to push the boundaries of what’s possible on the humble four-strings. 
Genre: Hawaiian / Ukulele 
What to Expect: A delightful mashup of classic carols with island flair as Santa swaps his sleigh for a surfboard.

WATCH >> Jake Shimabukuro: Christmas in Hawai'i

Sponsored by Christian & Marina Anderson, Wayne Grotheer & Mary Sweeney, and Marla Miller & Al Huff

THE SEATTLE INTERNATIONAL COMEDY COMPETITION | Wednesday, November 20, 2024 | $20-$45

Edmonds Center for the Arts presents

Wednesday, November 20
Tickets on sale June 26 | $20-$45 (plus fees) 
Laugh the night away at the REAL "Last Comic Standing," the 44th Annual Seattle International Comedy Competition. ECA presents opening night of the semi-finals with the top 5 acts offering their very best ten-minute routines, as they compete for glory, and over $15,000 in cash prizes! 
Genre: Comedy 
What to Expect: A stand-up buffet with a smorgasbord of hilarity—everyone from seasoned pros to rising stars all serving up their best jokes as they battle it out for the crown of comedy king or queen.

Sponsored by Mike & Katherine Meeks

KALANI PE‘A’S HAWAIIAN CHRISTMAS | Sunday, December 8, 2024 | $29-$59

Edmonds Center for the Arts presents

Sunday, December 8 
Tickets on sale June 26 | $29-$59 (plus fees) 
Kalani Pe‘a’s Hawaiian Christmas show is a celebration of the warmth and special “aloha” of the holiday season, sharing much loved songs from both western and Hawaiian roots. A three-time Grammy winner (3 CD releases, 3 Grammys!), Kalani is a charismatic performer with a gorgeous voice, powerful presence, and captivating style not-to-be-missed. 
Genre: Hawaiian / Holiday 
What to Expect: Kalani’s rich vocals and charming presence will evoke the unmistakable warmth of Hawaiian holiday cheer and put you in the spirit of the season!

WATCH >> Kalani Pe'a - Christmas Medley

Sponsored by Kim & Gary Griffiths

TAKE 6 | Friday, December 27, 2024 | $45-$75

Edmonds Center for the Arts presents

Friday, December 27 
Tickets on sale June 26 | $45-$75 (plus fees) 
Take 6 is the most awarded a cappella group in history, heralded by Quincy Jones as the baddest vocal cats on the planet!” From straight-ahead jazz to pop to adult R&B, doo wop to blues, the group continues to push the boundaries of creativity and musical genius with every new release, and with their ever-evolving live performances. 
Genre: Acapella / Gospel / Jazz 
What to Expect: An a cappella extravaganza, where six voices blend so seamlessly you'll swear there's a hidden orchestra backstage. 

WATCH >> Got to Get You Into My Life” 

Sponsored by Rick & Charlotte Canning, Susan Knutson, and Jim & Sharon Wilson

NAPOLEON DYNAMITE SCREENING AND Q&A | Sunday, January 26, 2025 | $30-$55

Edmonds Center for the Arts presents

Sunday, January 26 
Tickets on sale June 26 | $30-$55 (plus fees) 
Appealing to the inner-teenager in each of us, “Napoleon Dynamite” is one of the most quoted movies of our time. “Napoleon Dynamite” makes us laugh-and laugh hard-over and over again. This unique evening, celebrating the film’s 20th anniversary, includes a full screening of the film followed by a lively, freewheeling discussion with fan-favorite cast members: Jon Heder (Napoleon Dynamite), Jon Gries (Uncle Rico) and Efren Ramirez (Pedro).  
Genre: Film 
What to Expect: Prepare to relive and learn more about every quirky moment and awkward dance move that made you fall in love with the wild world of Napoleon and his crew 20 years ago.  

WATCH >> Napoleon Dynamite l 20th Anniversary 

Sponsored by Mike & Leslie Foley

INTERNATIONAL GUITAR NIGHT | Sunday, February 9, 2025 | $28-$58

Edmonds Center for the Arts presents

Sunday, February 9 
Tickets on sale June 26 | $28-$58 (plus fees) 
International Guitar Night is the world’s premier touring guitar festival, each show bringing together the most interesting and innovative acoustic guitarists to exchange musical ideas in a public concert setting. Celebrating its 25th anniversary, this year’s IGN features all-time favorite Lulo Reinhardt alongside Alexandra Whittingham, Niwel Tsumbu, and Sonke Meinen. 

Genre: Guitar 
What to Expect: a celebration of the guitar in all its forms, where you'll experience the artistry and passion of world-class musicians and a rich tapestry of sound that will leave you in awe!

WATCH >> Lulo Reinhardt - Freedom and Peace

Sponsored by Susan Knutson and Jim & Sharon Wilson

MATT DUSK | Thursday, February 13, 2025 | $30-$60

Edmonds Center for the Arts presents

Thursday, February 13 
Tickets on sale June 26 | $30-$60 (plus fees) 
Multi-award-winning, Canadian Jazz vocalist Matt Dusk has been enthralling audiences around the world for years, leaving in his wake a series of radio hits, acclaimed albums, and a loyal fan base that continues to grow with every passing year. Billboard says, “Matt Dusk impressively brings Las Vegas back to the glory days as the standards singer sounds remarkably like Rat Packer Frank Sinatra. 
Vocal Jazz 
What to Expect: A delightful blend of old-school cool, velvety vocals, and smooth, sophisticated standards that will conjure up a world of swanky lounges and timeless classic songs.  

WATCH >> Matt Dusk - My Funny Valentine

Sponsored by Julie Long, Tom & Margaret Mesaros, David Schaefer & Pat Moriarty

JESSICA VOSK | Wednesday, February 26, 2025 | $45-$75

Edmonds Center for the Arts presents


Wednesday, February 26 
Tickets on sale June 26 | $45-$75 (plus fees) 
Jessica Vosk is a celebrated singer and actress known for stirring roles on the musical theater and concert stage. She’s played the famed Carnegie Hall twice in one season and had an acclaimed run as Elphaba in Wicked on Broadway. Having started with a career in finance, her one-of-a-kind story has been covered by ABC’s 20/20 and NBC Nightly News. 
Genre: Broadway / American Songbook 
What to Expect: A dynamic mix of humor, emotion, and pure vocal prowess—Jessica Vosk’s powerhouse voice and magnetic stage presence are the perfect recipe for a dazzling performance and a night you’ll never forget. 

WATCH >> Jessica Vosk - Defying Gravity

SPHINX VIRTUOSI | Thursday, February 27, 2025 | $35-$75

Edmonds Center for the Arts presents

Thursday, February 27 
Tickets on sale June 26 | $35-$75 (plus fees) 
Sphinx Virtuosi is a dynamic and inspiring self-conducted chamber orchestra committed to transforming lives through the power of diversity in the arts. Comprised of 18 accomplished Black and Latinx artists, a critical aim of the Sphinx Virtuosi is to evolve and transform the face of classical music through artistic excellence, pioneering programming, and impassioned community engagement. 

Genre: Classical 
What to Expect: an evening of musical brilliance that celebrates diversity, talent, and the transformative power of the arts. 

WATCH >> Sphinx Virtuosi at Carnegie Hall

Sponsored by Laura Ellis, Wayne Grotheer & Mary Sweeney, and Richard Hoon & Eric Raptosh

DIRTY DOZEN BRASS BAND | Saturday, March 1, 2025 | $35-$65

Edmonds Center for the Arts presents

Saturday, March 1 
Tickets on sale June 26 | $35-$65 (plus fees) 
GRAMMY Award-winning New Orleans-based Dirty Dozen Brass Band has taken the traditional foundation of brass band music and incorporated it into a blend of genres including Bebop Jazz, Funk, and R&B/Soul. This unique sound, described by the band as a ‘musical gumbo,’ has allowed the Dirty Dozen to tour across 5 continents and more than 30 countries, and collaborate with a range of artists from Modest Mouse to Widespread Panic to Norah Jones. 
Genre: New Orleans Brass Band 
What to Expect: A vibrant, foot-stomping experience that’s equal parts concert and celebration. From funky bass lines to soaring trumpet solos, every moment is packed with joyful musical spirit and pure New Orleans magic. 

WATCH >> Dirty Dozen Brass Band LIVE 

SKERRYVORE | Thursday, March 27, 2025 | $25-$55

Edmonds Center for the Arts presents 

Thursday, March 27 
Tickets on sale June 26 | $25-$55 (plus fees) 

What is Skerryvore? They’re like no one else. Epic of melody, intimate of feeling, and plugged into the roots of Scotland but blasting out to the world. With a mix of bagpipes, fiddles, accordions, and whistles, alongside guitar and vocals, underpinned by driving bass, drums and keys, Skerryvore represents the best in contemporary Scottish traditional music.   
Genre: Celtic Rock 
What to Expect: Prepare to be swept away to the Scottish Highlands and enchanted by the band’s vibrant spirit and seamless blend of traditional folk music with modern rock rhythms.  

WATCH >> Skerryvore - At the End of the Line 

Sponsored by Mike & Leslie Foley

TOMMY CALDWELL | Thursday, April 3, 2025 | $30-$60

Edmonds Center for the Arts presents 

Thursday, April 3 
Tickets on sale June 26 | $30-$60 (plus fees) 
Tommy Caldwell is a legendary rock climber and the first person to free climb the Dawn Wall of Yosemite’s El Capitan. His New York Time’s Bestselling memoir Push is a captivating glimpse into how a simple yet unwavering resolve can turn adversity into reward. He believes difficult journeys, with little chance for success, teach him the most. 

Genre: Speaker 
What to Expect: A riveting evening filled with awe-inspiring stories of adventure, perseverance, and the sheer determination that has driven Tommy Caldwell to conquer impossible challenges. 

WATCH >> The Dawn Wall

THE BARRICADE BOYS | Thursday, April 10, 2025 | $39-$69

Thursday, April 10
Tickets on sale June 26 | $39-$69 (plus fees) 

Direct from London’s West End, The Barricade Boys are the UK’s most exciting theatrical vocal group. Powerhouse vocals, slick dance routines and an incredible array of varied music transport you back through every era, right up to modern day! Between them, The Barricade Boys have an impressive list of West End credits, including Mamma Mia, Wicked, The Book Of Mormon, The Sound Of Music and more. 
Genre: Broadway / American Songbook 

What to Expect: Sensational harmonies paired with abundant charisma and irresistible charm.

WATCH >> The Barricade Boys - Sell Out UK Tour

Sponsored by Ralph & Doreen Boy

STEP AFRIKA! | Saturday, April 19, 2025 | $32-$62

Saturday, April 19 
Tickets on sale June 26 | $32-$62 (plus fees)

Step Afrika! blends percussive dance styles practiced by historically African American fraternities and sororities; traditional African dances; and an array of contemporary dance and art forms into a cohesive, compelling artistic experience. The blend of technique, agility, and pure energy, integrating songs, storytelling, and humor makes each performance unique and leaves the audience with their hearts pounding.   

Genre: Dance 

What to Expect: Become one with the beat as pulse-pounding percussion seamlessly blends with powerful storytelling.

WATCH >> Step Afrika!

Sponsored by Barclay Shelton Dance Centre, Matthew & Nicole Cox, and Steve & Leanne Shelton

JAHARI STAMPLEY | Thursday, April 24, 2025 | $28-$58

Thursday, April 24
Tickets on sale June 26 | $28-$58 (plus fees)

Jahari Stampley is a 24-year-old Chicago-born jazz pianist who, by the age of 18, was recognized and followed by many world-renowned musicians including Yebba Smith, Jill Scott, and Robert Glasper, among others. Jahari has toured with Stanley Clarke, featured on Derrick Hodge’s "Color of Noise" album, and performed in venues including Radio City Music Hall, Carnegie Hall, The Met Philadelphia, and more. Jahari is the winner of the 2023 Herbie Hancock Institute International Competition and the 2023 Chicagoan of the Year in Jazz award.

Genre: Jazz Piano

What to Expect: Prepare to be captivated by this electrifying young prodigy’s mesmerizing virtuosity and emotional depth. 

WATCH >> Jahari Stampley - Still Listening

Sponsored by Laura Ellis, Bev & Rick Davenport, and Lindsay Geyer & Jon Inge

WE SPEAK | Thursday, May 1, 2025 | $24-$45

WE SPEAK is ECA’s annual celebration of spoken word poetry and storytelling. The evening integrates critically acclaimed artists alongside talented local youth, providing a platform for artists to respond to issues that impact themselves, their communities, and the world. Past WE SPEAK artists include celebrated poets Anastacia-Reneé, Shane Koyczan, Steve Connell, Ivan Coyote, Kealoha, and. Chelsey Richardson.

Genre: Spoken Word Poetry / Storytelling

What to Expect: Fresh perspectives and diverse narratives that inspire and empower. 

Sponsored by Michelle D'Couto and David Brewster & Mary Kay Sneeringer