6311 33rd Ave NE
Marysville, WA 98271
Phone: (360) 658-1339
Fax: (360) 658-9355
Located in and operated by the Everett High School in the city of Everett, the Everett Civic Auditorium plays host to a series of shows that span the gamut from dance and song to musicals. The auditorium has a large seating capacity and a state of the art projection booth. The auditorium is also used for screening films of various genres.
A volunteer organization dedicated to bringing excellent artists and entertainment to the Northwest and making them available at a price most can afford.
Provides music of excellence and beauty through performances infused with musical energy and creativity. They also provide community education and family entertainment, and promote appreciation of performing arts and culture.
The mission of the Everett Chorale is to perform a wide variety of quality chorale music for the enrichment and enjoyment of the community while providing local singers the opportunity to expand their musical knowledge and experience.
Managed by the Village Theatre company, the Everett Performing Arts Center is the theater company's home in Everett. The Village Theater hosts wonderful live events, and the Everett Arts Center provides for a perfect venue for theatrical performances. With a seating capacity of 500, the arts center also boasts of a high-tech sound and lighting system. The multipurpose theater stage hosts musicals, concerts and dramas alike.
At a seating capacity of up to 10,000, Comcast Arena at Everett Events Center may not be the biggest arena in the country, but it does attempt to look better than the average giant block that most arena's are modeled after. The large windows of the entrance make the building appear lighter and more welcoming, as opposed to the heavier, more oppressive feel of standard arenas. Though once inside, the drab, standard architecture takes over. Comcast arenas raison d'etre is to house fantastic, over-the-top productions, along with the masses of people who will pay to see them, and in this, it succeeds.
Members of the Canadian Hockey League Network. Catch their action-packed home games at the Comcast Arena.
The New Everett Theatre is a 106 year old historic theatre, fully remodeled, with seating for 834, which produces and co-produces contemporary and classic theatre, as well as, community events and rentals. With a full schedule of productions and rentals, they provide a place for over 300 community volunteers to practice their craft and to participate in all aspects of the theatre experience.
The Everett AquaSox Baseball Club upholds a tradition of family owned and operated minor league baseball in the Puget Sound region. Their goal is to provide the community with a fun and affordable form of family entertainment in a safe, clean and positive environment.
Everett Memorial Stadium was opened in 1984 and is home to the Aquasox minor league baseball team. It is also home to the Puget Sound Festival of Bands, which is an annual marching band contest. The stadium has a capacity of 3882 people and is usually packed for the baseball matches held here. It is also used for athletic events like football, soccer and track meets, hosted by Everett public schools
Formerly called the Historic Everett Theater, New Everett Theater is known for being one of the oldest and most esteemed theaters in Everett. The theater ropes in some of the best artistes and performers for its concerts and events. In spite of being over 100 years old, the theater is in sync with the tastes of contemporary audiences, featuring both classical and modern forms. It encourages new talent and welcomes the youth to participate and lend a hand in the theater's endeavors to revitalize art. The theater offers state of the art facilities for hosting concerts, private events as well as New Year galas, with a multipurpose in-built stage.
It was a dream of The Arts Alive! Group—an Arlington based art group, to have a center for performing arts. It was the need to have he city's own venue where people could enjoy quality art. Funds were raised for by the group, with a lot of support by patrons, and dedication and perseverance of the group members. Finally, Byrnes Performing Arts Center is a state of the art facility in Arlington. The theater has been designed and decorated by the city's well-known artists. The classic chandelier, a Steinway grand piano donated by the Boulton family and a Ghighlieri statue of an eagle entitled "Freedom" was donated by Dr. Wayne Smothers and his wife Marcia all prove the love of art of the citizens of Arlington.