There’s no shortage of things to do in Seattle, and we’re proud to be a part of many longstanding local events and traditions. Since brewing our first cup, we’ve been committed to supporting local arts organizations, talent and activities about town. Here are just a few of the favorites, but be sure to check back often:
Starbucks and STG partner to bring you the freshest live music in Seattle throughout the month of April.
Starbucks is proud to be a community partner with the world champion Seattle Seahawks, and we’ve invited our customers – and fellow 12s – to show their Blue Pride along with us.
Starbucks and the Seattle Sounders FC have come together in support of all things soccer this season. Scarves up Seattle!
Global Month of Service April 2015 / various events
Neighbors and volunteers joined us in April for our Global Month of Service. All month long there were great projects around Seattle.
Little Big Show February 18 2015 / 8 PM / Neptune Theatre
KEXP + Starbucks + STG join our Seattle-loving hearts to bring you Little Big Show concert series benefiting local arts organizations. To date, we have raised over $130,000. It’s the little show with a big effect.
Seattle International Film Festival (SIFF) May 14–June 7 2015
For over 40 years, SIFF has given Seattleites a place to discover diverse and original stories through film, and Starbucks has been a proud partner nearly every step of the way.
Seafair Summer Fourth July 4 2015 / Noon to 11PM / Gas Works Park
Starbucks is proud to once again support the Seafair Summer Fourth celebrations at Gas Works Park and Lake Union Park. Come celebrate our nation’s independence with us.
Bumbershoot Labor Day Weekend 2014 / Seattle Center
As a proud supporter of Bumbershoot for 43 years, we were excited to once again feature amazing talent on the Starbucks Stage in 2014.
Hot Java Cool Jazz March 20 2015 / 7 PM / Paramount Theatre
This amazing jazz-filled event is part of Starbucks ongoing commitment to supporting the local youth arts community. All proceeds from ticket sales benefitted participating high school music programs.