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Seattle Erotic Art Festival

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2nd April 2021

2nd April 2021

The Festival first began in 2003 (and every year since, except 2020) as a showcase to stunning erotic art, something rarely seen in mainstream galleries and museums. It included 100's of work from selected local artists and was attended by over a 1,000 people. Now, It's bigger and better than ever...

Across the years the festival has grown to incorporate a Store, Stage Performances, Literature, Lectures & Workshops, and Erotic Films. The venue has changed with the passing years but the most common home has been the Seattle Center Exhibition Hall. The Festival has also evolved to include other activities across any given year, such as Auctions, Fundraisers, Elegant Soirees, Dinners & Parties.

This is an experience unlike other festivals or gallery's you may have attended. Over three days, a curated selection of erotic art will be awaiting your perusal and enjoyment. During the day, you can see the art, readings, performances and workshops. At night, it becomes a sexy art party with performers, bartenders, and an energetic crowd.

The 2021 Festival

The next Festival is scheduled to be held from 29th to 31st October 2021 at the Seattle Center Exhibition Hall. It is slightly later in the year than usually scheduled, due to the pandemic but, this does mean it will coincide with "Seduction" - their sexy and sensual Halloween Party!

Tickets are expected to go on sale in July 2021.

Full information can be found on the Seattle Erotic Art Festival website.

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