The Olympic Music Festival, which had its first season in 1984, runs from June to early September and provides the Washington artistic community with chamber-music performances. The venue is outdoors and suitable for bringing a picnic lunch and enjoying an afternoon outside. The performances are broadcast locally on KING-FM and nationally on National Public Radio’s “Performance Today.”
Olympic Music Festival Information
- Public Transportation: Poor. From Seattle or Tacoma, the standard way to get to the festival is by car, including (from Seattle) a car ferry to Kingston, Bainbridge Island, or Bremerton
- Handicapped Accessibility: Good
- Performance/Productions: 10–12 productions per season with multiple performances of each
- Ticket Prices: $12–$30
- Subscriptions: $250 for a festival-long Flex pass.