What to Do in Seattle: January 2016 Edition

Seattle is among the best cities to visit and if last year’s best-of lists are to be believed, there’s no slowing down the Emerald City in those rankings. But with so much hustle and bustle in and around the city’s hotspots, it can be hard to sift through to find events that are truly worth attending. Nestled in the heart of Lower Queen Anne and just a few short blocks from Seattle Center, the team at Tin Lizzie Lounge has assembled a few ideas to plan your perfect stay in the jewel of the Pacific Northwest.

Seattle University Basketball

Key Arena

Various Dates

Ticket prices vary.


If you’re in town alongside the visiting team or simply looking for a place to grab a quiet drink before the latest Seattle University Redhawks matchup, the nightlife around Key Arena and Seattle Center are among the best in the city.

Home to many sports organizations throughout Seattle, tourists can catch a glimpse of the Seattle sports scene in action at Key Arena all year long. Here are a few notable dates through the rest of January:

Seattle University Men’s Basketball – Home Games

Sat, Jan 16 vs. CSU Bakersfield 7:30 p.m.

Thu, Jan 21 vs. New Mexico State 7:00 p.m.

Sat, Jan 23 vs. University of Texas Rio Grande Valley 7:00 p.m.


Pacific Science Center

February 12, 2016

$45 general admission / $40 for Pacific Science Center Members


One of the best attractions in Seattle Center becomes a giant taproom for one night only! Let the brew tour come to you and sample all of the region’s top brews from the brewers themselves and get a one-in-a-lifetime look at all of Seattle’s best beers.

Justin Bieber

Key Arena

March 9, 2016

$89 general admission


The world’s top teen pop bad boy takes the stage at Key Arena in Seattle this March and fans are already buzzing! The event should speak for itself and traffic around Seattle Center will be crazy, so be sure to explore the surrounding bars, restaurants, and shops before and after the big show.

The Tin Lizzie Lounge is proud to be a member of the Seattle community and we love our historic Lower Queen Anne location. The perfect spot to grab a quiet cocktail with a new friend or to celebrate a successful night on the town, The Tin Lizzie Lounge and adjoining Marqueen Hotel aims to be the central hub of your Seattle stay. Check out our menu or stop by today!

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