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Anniversary celebration and other October events at Naked City Brewery and Taphouse

 

October is a busy month at Naked City Brewery and Taphouse in Seattle. To begin with, it’s their anniversary month. They’ll celebrate their 9th anniversary on October 14th. Beyond that, horror films, comedy shows, live music, thoughtful discussion forums, and more. Check out the list of events below.

Revelry! – 3rd Anniversary Show
Monday October 2nd – 7PM

Welcome to Seattle’s only Monday night burlesque revue! We bring a bevy of beauties to our stage–from fresh faces to local favorites–all ready to shimmy to make you smile!

Join us for a rollicking good time at Naked City Brewery & Taphouse! And with a name like that, how could we not take it all off?

Come join our revolving cast of the Puget Sound’s most exciting ecdysiasts, while enjoying Naked City’s bevy of brews!

Tickets are $15 general admission (cabaret tables), and $20 VIP (front row! Comfy couch!)
Featuring: Briq House, Kesan, Ramona Rhapsody, Whisper De Corvo, Ophelia Saks and emceed by Al Lykya!

Beer Made By Walking
Saturday October 7th 1PM

The Seattle Beers Made By Walking (BMBW) tasting is here with 10 new trail-inspired beers! BMBW invites brewers to go on nature hikes led by volunteer naturalists and brew beer inspired by plants found on the trail. All of the breweries participating are Partners of the Washington Wild Brewshed Alliance, an outreach program of Washington Wild of over 50 breweries that helps people make a simple connection: healthy watersheds mean clean water, and clean water makes better beer.

Hikers were accompanied by local brewers who have created a hike-inspired beer this special BMBW tapping event where you can try all 10 nature-inspired brews. These place-based beers serve as drinkable, landscape portraits of the trails that are walked. Come take a journey through Washington via your glass at Naked City Brewery – all the proceeds are donated to Washington Wild.

Kortney’s (Stand-Up Style) Comedy Show
Sat October 7th – 8PM

It’s the first show of the fall, and we start the season with one of the Northwest’s best headliners. Make sure you get your tickets in advance.

HEADLINER
Duane Goad has too many credits to list. So let’s start listing them. He has been apart of Funny or Die’s Oddball Comedy Festival, Bumbershoot Arts Festival, and the Vancouver Comedy Festival. He has also been a Finalist in the Seattle International Comedy Competition and has appeared on Comedy Central.

Duane is a great comic and it’s a delighted to have him on the show.

ALSO FEATURING
Kevin Shea, is a comedian base out of San Francisco. He’s appeared on Comedy Central, Jimmy Kimmel, and the Montreal Comedy Festival.

Chris Mejia, is a local comedian, that is leaving Seattle for Chicago to continue his career in comedy. Celebrate his last appearance in Seattle.

As always the show is hosted and produced by Kortney Shane Williams. Who is an accomplished comedian that has opened for Dave Chapelle, Hannibal Buress, and has appeared on the 206 on NBC. His weekly podcast, “Kortney’s Last Show” is available on iTunes, Stitcher, and Google Play.
It’s going to be a great night, so get your tickets now.

www.StandUpStyle.BrownPaperTickets.com

Get more information on the show at: www.KortneyShaneWilliams.com
$10 in advance and $12 at the door 21+
Doors Open at: 7:00 Show start at 8 PM

Shriek! A Women of Horror Film Class
Sunday October 8th – 7PM

Shriek is a community class merging film with education and offering an accessible forum outside of academia. The goal is to offer low-cost opportunities to learn about film and women’s studies and to inspire more diverse filmmakers to get involved as creators in the genre. This sessions film viewing will be of “The Descent”.

General Admission: $10 in advance at StrangerTickets.com or at the door.
Teacher/Professors, Seniors 65+, Veterans, and Students with ID $5 per session (register at event).

Booktoberfest –
Tuesday October 10th – 8PM

Match wits with librarians across an array of fun topics, sample amazing beer and win fun prizes. No entry fee!

Every day they answer your questions, now they’re turning the tables and asking their own. No cover charge or fee and the maximum team size is seven (no minimum). Singles are welcome: we’ll help match you up with teams. This program is a part of Booktoberfest. Join us this October as the Library visits your favorite bars and pubs for Booktoberfest, our annual celebration of books, beer and good cheer. Join us in venues across the city for bookish happy hours, librarian-hosted trivia nights, spooky stories in bars and libraries, Karaoke, Books a la Carte and Literary Fortune Telling! Look for Booktoberfest Beer Coasters at all events, and at various venues all across the city.
This event is 21 and over. Registration is not required. This event is free, although drinks are not.

PhinneyWood Art Walk – Sky Gerspacher Gallery Opening
Friday October 13th – 6PM

It’s the second Friday of the month, which means Art Up & Chow Down in PhinneyWood. And in the Naked City it means the opening of another art installment on our north wall. This month’s gallery is by artist is Sky Gerspacher.

Naked City 9th Anniversary Celebration –
Saturday October 14th –

12pm – Second Saturday Cinema – free all ages matinee screening
6-9pm – 3 Play Ricochet – free concert with a great bluegrass band

Way back in October of 2008, just a few weeks before Barack Obama was first elected President of the United States, a little brewpub on Greenwood Avenue unlocked its doors for the first time. The Great Recession was in full swing, and the neighborhood had its share of vacant storefronts.
Over the last nine years, Naked City and Greenwood have grown hand in hand. With the addition of the Screening Room, and the Walrus beer garden, the Naked City now spans a hundred feet of sidewalk in the midst of a thriving district. Through gas explosions and arson fires, and all the good times in between, Naked City has been honored to be your public house.

On Saturday, October 14, the family-friendly brewpub will unlock its doors for an open-to-close celebration of nine magical years serving the great people of Greenwood, greater Seattle, and beyond.

Join us for the launch of Second Saturday Cinema at 12pm with a free, all ages matinee screening of a popular animated movie. Check out drink.nakedcity.beer for details about the film. Seating will be first-come-first served. Bring the whole family for lunch, delicious beers and root beers, and a funny flick the whole family will love. Second Saturday Cinema will take place at 12pm on the second Saturday of every month featuring free all ages screenings of great family-friendly films.

The party continues at 6pm with a free bluegrass concert with 3 Play Ricochet. Stomp you feet as you sip on a rare Naked City beer. Head Brewer Don Webb is bringing out all the best beers tucked in the corners for a special occasion, including a 2015 barleywine. Stay tuned for the full beer list.
Chef Tessa is preparing some fun Troll-themed food specials for this special day of days. More details to come!

Come one, come all, to Greenwood’s town hall.

OkStupid –
Sunday October 15th – 7PM

Okstupid is a live comedy show about online dating. Come see our host Patrick Higgins and a panel of “experts” critique and/or create an OkCupid.com dating profiles for two guests.

Instructional dating videos, audience games and giveaways!
21+ event
Get your tickets on sale at okstupid.brownpapertickets.com

Seattle Tap Jam –
Sunday October 22nd – 6:30PM

The Seattle Tap Jam is back! Tap dancers and fans alike are invited to attend this jam session hosted by Jessie Sawyers. Live music will be provided by the John Sanders Trio (John Sanders-keys, Anna Doak-bass, Randy Doak-drums) The Seattle Tap Jam is inclusive to participants of all ages, abilities and studio affiliations. Naked City offers a full food and drink menu, so come hungry and thirsty! Tickets are $10 adv/$12 at door and can be purchased at
http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/3085004

Think and Drink – Humanities Washington
Tuesday October 24th – 7PM

Our Think & Drink events are hosted conversations at pubs and tasting rooms on provocative topics and new ideas.

Experts, artists, and activists from a variety of disciplines participate in a moderated discussion, with a strong emphasis on audience participation. Past events tackled topics from consumerism to political polarization, geoengineering, race in the Pacific Northwest, and many more, and sparked lively conversation about morality, religion, history, and politics.

This month they address the Divided Library. Though seldom mentioned as a factor in our increasingly divided country, the stories we tell about one another matter. Stories are the glue that hold a culture together—but they can also act as a wedge to drive cultures apart. Perhaps the solution to our polarized moment resides in the stories we hear and tell about.

Naked Sessions –
Friday October 27th – 8PM

Friday, October 27, Naked City Brewery & Taphouse presents Jason Dodson & Faustine Hudson in the fifteenth installment of The Naked Sessions acoustic concert series. Each one features great artists braiding songs together with stories about the music.

Join us for an unforgettable evening when Jason Dodson & Faustine Hudson takes the stage to perform a stripped down set of folk, blues, and rock. Doors at 7pm, show starts at 8pm. Seated general admission; full table service. $10.

Naked City Brewery is a passionate supporter of arts and culture. Oftentimes its hand-crafted beers are inspired by a song, film, or person. Every beer tells a story, and each one ferments in its own time.

The Screening Room is Naked City’s seventy-person dining room event space, featuring a New American comfort food menu with vegetarian and gluten-free options alongside award-winning craft beers, wines, and ciders.

Faustine Hudson is the drummer, and Jason Dodson is the lead singer, songwriter, and acoustic guitarist of The Maldives, the country rock band from Seattle. Dodson is a secret cinephile and his love of film sets the stage for much of The Maldives’s music. Dodson’s storytelling reflects characters and places that blur the lines between fiction and nonfiction, the past and the present. His “intoxicating songwriting” (Willamette Weekly) has made The Maldives into a Northwest institution, with Dodson hailed as “one of Seattle’s great unheralded voices” (City Arts). The Maldives most recent album is 2017’s critically acclaimed Mad Lives.

Halloween Party and Hunger Goblin –
Saturday October 28th – 12PM/6PM

Join us on Saturday, October 28, at Naked City in Greenwood for a costume party and horror movie feature with an awesome live soundtrack from Naked City’s house DJ.

If you’ve never seen a DJ Nicfit remix, do yourself a favor and check out the trailer for DJ Nicfit’s upcoming Halloween performance at Naked City, featuring a classic horror film starring a young Crispin Glover–Friday the 13th Party Four – The Final Chapter– with a completely new soundtrack performed live on two turntables.

Win a prize in the costume contest that takes place right after the movie. Show starts at 8pm, but come early to snag a seat. Doors open at 6pm.

Cine-City: A Community Expose
Monday October 30th – 7PM

Cine-City is Seattle’s only consistent film night with bi-monthly (every other month) screenings of local short films. We will fill up a block of films for 45 minutes to an hour, and at the end of the night the films will be voted on–the most voted film will be announced the next day and will move on to the Best Of The Year event in November.

All proceeds help the Film Non Profit Ardor Creative Media. Tickets are $8 in advance and $10 at the door.

Seating is at 6:30 pm, Show at 7 pm.

 


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