Podcasts & RSS Feeds
Most Active Stories
News & Music Contributors
Tue November 6, 2012
Seattle election night party guide
Still unsure how you want to spend your evening as the exit polls arrive? KPLU has you covered. We have aggregated multiple events around Seattle tonight, so take your pick or enjoy an evening of bar hopping around the city.
The SLOG has reported many left-leaning parties around Capitol Hill this evening. There are a lot of things going on, most of which involve alcohol, bars and election results. We've rounded up a few below in case you're still in the dark:
Neumos Election Night Party
Kicking off at 5:00 p.m., this joint venture with Moe Bar and the Washington Bus will include lots of booze and some huge screens to watch results on. It's 21+, sorry kids.
This vegan Madison Valley standby has a list of election cocktails, and will be watching the results roll in on the TV.
The Rose is having a party. Surprise! It starts at 3:00 p.m. and offers tacos, beer and music.
Queer Youth Space
For those who aren't 21, y'all can head on over to the space for not old and not straight people. Their party starts at 6 p.m.
People who think lots of things and want to watch the election are invited to Town Hall. The event will be starting at 5:45 and going until the bitter end.
The Stranger's election night party
The Stranger will be hosting their official election night party at the Showbox Market. Free. 21+. Doors open at 5:30.
CBS has also aggregated an array of election night parties happening around Seattle whether you're red or blue.
AM1090 Election Night Party
It’s the 1090AM Election Night Party hosted by Norman Goldman! Join with fellow progressives for a night full of election results and analysis, food and drink specials, AM1090 prizes and more. Admission is free and no tickets are needed. The doors open at 5:00 p.m., the event kicks off at 6:00 p.m. and will roll on as the votes are tallied and the final results come in!
Head to Wing-It for a special performance of its hit improvised comedy, Election Show, a non-partisan improvised election comedy. The night will include live coverage, featuring live commentary of the election results as they roll-in (with a news feed on the big screen) from improvisers. Plus election-year themed comedy when the news feed gets boring. The show starts at 6:30 p.m.
Red White and Blue Goes Green
Join local supporters of the Washington State medical cannabis community in an evening filled with food, drinks, entertainment and guest speakers all in support of cannabis patients at Club Sur. Gentlemen’s dress code is Black Tie Optional; Ladies may wear Evening and Cocktail Attire. Electoral polls will be broadcast throughout the evening. Patients that intend on medicating, must have original and current tamperproof medical cannabis recommendation and Washington State ID with them. 21+ with Valid ID.