Praise for THING festival 2022


Following the aftermath of STG's THING festival 2022, here's what people have been saying about their experience: "2 years in, THING is already WA's best destination festival." -Seattle Times "A mesmerizingly beautiful and simultaneously calming experience." -Daniel Hilsinger via Instagram  "Pack your comfiest shoes and a gallon of sunscr...

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Enjoy comedy, storytelling, podcasts and more at THING 2022


By Alison Ward, STG PR & Communications Intern  Adam Zacks and STG's unique three-day event, THING, builds off the legacy of the Sasquatch! Music Festival—but with plenty of arts and culture activities so that everyone can find their "thing"! Festival goers can enjoy everything from comedy shows and talks, to visual arts and dance workshop...

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Local rappers bring Seattle artistry to THING

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By Alison Ward, STG PR & Communications Intern  Are you a hip-hop fan? Don't miss the PNW Future of Hip Hop Spotlight at STG's THING, a unique music and arts festival in Port Townsend this summer. The hip-hop spotlight will showcase the community organizations that enrich the local scene and top emcees emerging from the Pacific Northwest. ...

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The journey to STG's THING festival

The journey to STG's THING festival Photo by Christine Mitchell

By Alison Ward, PR & Communications Intern THING, Seattle Theatre Group's music and arts festival in scenic Port Townsend, WA returns Aug. 26–28, 2022. Created and co-presented by Adam Zacks (founder of the Sasquatch festival), this intimate event features diverse performers and exciting new music to discover. The ...

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Things to do in Port Townsend

 By Karen Donovan and Alison Ward Headed to Port Townsend for STG's THING festival this August? Described by Sunset Magazine as "The Paris of the Pacific Northwest," Port Townsend would make for a fun adventure all on its own. This charming historic town offers everything from window shopping, to art galleries, restaurants and ice-cream shops—...

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