Flash Deals for Upcoming Events

We’re confident your excitement will rival Ms. Pak-Man’s when you get a load of these sweet deals (including discounted tickets to the opening night of
Ms. Pak-Man: Mazed and Confused on Thursday, March 14).

At Stranger Things To Do, we’re on a constant mission to make your life as full of as many fun events as possible, at as little cost as possible. (We know you love our lists of cheap & easy things to do.) And now, we’re taking that one step further and offering exclusive deals on events happening within the next week. All of the events below are on sale for between 35-40% off—just for you. Even better? You can buy tickets directly from this page. You’re welcome. Visit our complete Things To Do calendar for even more events to get excited about.

Found something you like and don’t want to forget about it later? Click “Save Event” on any of the linked events below to add it to your own private list.



Chasms, Somesurprises, Dead Spells
Experimental electro-pop group Chasms, the now LA-based duo of Jess Labrador and Shannon Madden, will return to Seattle with tracks from their last record The Mirage, and support sets from Somesurprises and Dead Spells.
Timbre Room

Special Instructions: Use discount code “stranger” for 30% off



Studio 4/4 Presents Habitat with Wehbba
São Paulo native Wehbba acts as one of Brazil’s preeminent electronic music ambassadors to the world, with his own veteran take on techno and house. He’ll be joined by local talents Sean Majors, Jason Woo, and Binah.

Special Instructions: Use discount code “stranger” for 30% off


Ms. Pak-Man: Mazed and Confused
Ms. Pak-Man is a bright yellow disaster portrayed by local comedy hero Scott Shoemaker (Ian Bell’s Brown Derby Series and Homo for the Holidays), and she’ll be back in voracious form for another adventure.

Special Instructions: Use discount code “stranger” for 40% off (opening night tickets only)

MARCH 15-17


ByDesign 2019: Festival Pass
As Charles Mudede has written, “One of the richest institutional collaborations in this city is that between the ByDesign Festival and Northwest Film Forum. Here, two arts that are very similar, film and architecture (both are capital intensive), meet in the theater.” This year, AIA Seattle’s initiative Design in Public will collaborate with the two institutions to show films, host workshops, and stage performances. Highlights include Pablo Pivetta’s film Endless Letterpress (with the director in attendance), workshops in “typography and moving image,” and the performance piece 100 Year Plan by Bailey Hizakawa and Scotty Wagner.
Northwest Film Forum

Putting on an event and want to participate in our flash deals program? Email us at hello@strangertickets.com to find out how.

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