The Stranger Presents Silent Reading Party

Wed, Mar 24 at 6pm (Pacific)

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Purchase a pass for all March parties here: March SRP Pass

The Silent Reading Party is so popular in Seattle that when we do it in person, every seat is taken and there's a line out the door before the party even starts. Now you can attend the reading party from anywhere in the world, via Zoom! We're doing it every Wednesday during quarantine. This is a new way to support The Stranger's editorial projects while getting two hours of deeply soothing live piano music. It's also the only party people are legally allowed to go to! So make yourself a snack, pour yourself a drink, and read whatever you feel like reading silently, to yourself, as the brilliant musician Paul Matthew Moore plays exquisitely soft piano music that will make your worries melt away. This is a family-friendly event.  Ticket purchasers will get an email the day of the party with login information.


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