Events and Parties

Emerald City Trapeze is Seattle’s most unique venue. Located in the historic SODO District of Seattle, Emerald City Trapeze Arts boasts nearly 20,000 square feet of visually stunning gathering space for weddings and corporate events.

Imagine dining under the trapeze net while enjoying whimsical Aerial performances. After dinner, ascend the stairs to our balcony where you and your guests will be treated to a Flying Trapeze performance! Our team will work with you to create the perfect event.

Learn more about our rates and packages below!

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Event Inquiries

Thank you for taking the time to learn more about Emerald City Trapeze Arts. Our staff will be happy to assist you with any of your questions and booking your date. Please reach out to us at [email protected] or fill out the form below. Blue Ribbon Cooking will help you coordinate a complimentary tour!

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Corporate Events

Are you looking for the perfect location for your next holiday party, product launch, or special occasion? Emerald City Trapeze Arts is Seattle’s best kept secret. Add a dazzling Flying Trapeze Show or spice up the night with a mesmerizing Aerial Ambiance. Give your guests a once in a lifetime opportunity by offering them the chance to try Flying Trapeze!


Emerald City Trapeze is Seattle’s most unique wedding venue nestled in the heart of downtown Seattle. With warm wood beams and vaulted ceilings, our venue offers a beautiful backdrop for your special day. Imagine walking down the aisle under a starry sky of twinkle lights.

Parties & Birthday Parties

Join us for your birthday party at Emerald City Trapeze or SANCA! We offer a variety of birthday packages.

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