Come see us in Seattle on 8/24 and 8/25. Tickets are on sale now.
Is Dimitri Martin at the Seattle shows?
NPR adds say so, but website is saying Dave Foley...
Very dissapointed! Site says tickets are on sale in Seattle but when I clicked it told me I needed to get a special code. WTF? Clicked to get on a list where they (maybe) send the code, but that site is down. I love RadioLab, but this leaves a bad taste. Just sell the damn tickets!
Just got my tickets. I feel like Charlie Bucket. :D
The Stitcher contest bumpers still say 8/25.
Also, the Metric system is way more logical. We Americans need to suck it up and make the switch.
Got tix. Hoping many other science-writers in SEA will be there. Check out @nswa and NW science writers on Facebook.
Woot! Thanks Heather, we've got our tix! Heading down from Vancouver as well. Looks like the front rows will be packed with Vancouverites!
THANKS! Road trip from Vancouver for sure :)
Got mine. Road trip from up north, can't wait eh! no doot aboot it!
From the venue's email newsletter...
Internet Only Presale:May 31st @ 10 am - June 1st @ 10 pm
Enter promotional code "stg" when prompted
Heather: how did you get tickets already?? What's the presale code? Share with your fellow RadioLab lovers! ;)
Bought my tickets for Seattle! So excited! The venue website lists the date of the show as Fri 8/24, btw.
All you Vancouver BCers are whiners. Seattle is only like 3 hours away. Road trip it! I am stoked! I'll be making my 3 hour trip from the Southern Vancouver. I am just excited they are coming to the West Coast at all! Thanks guys!
VANCOUVER CANADA!! Please come north of the border!! We travelled to Seattle, but please consider coming to Vancouver!
Give Canada some love! It's alright though, a trip down to Seattle doesn't sound too bad.
I hope theres an update soon!! I'm planning on visiting from NY for this show. I want to make sure I get tickets!
I am really excited about Radiolab coming to Seattle. Does anybody have any idea the price range of the tickets?
Hi, I'm Seattle. We've been waiting for two months to hear an update on the live Radiolab show. Just saying.
@Rebecca I love me some Canada but Seattle is not "basically in Canada". For one, you guys use the metric system and that confuses us Americans. Also Canada as a collective offers some of the most tasty Clam Chowder that I've ever eaten. So there you go.
Wait! What?! 8/25? Did the date change? Woo-hoo!
So sad that we booked Sasquatch just hours before you announced the Seattle show :( Come North to Vancouver!
You've promised information about the venue and tickets for your "In the Dark" show in Seattle for over a month now. "Soon" you say!? Left "in the dark" is more like it. Please supply the information so fans can plan to attend. Tim of Seattle
I'll try to make it to Seattle, but Vancouver, BC would be a great addition to the tour!!!
Cannot wait! I also vote on you visiting your Canadian fan base, we are a lovely folk, very encouraging and appreciative. Seattle is basically in Canada.
Bummer your visit to Seattle doesn't coincide with the Seattle Science Festival in June! Perhaps for next year?
You could come up half-way (between Seattle & Vancouver, Canada) and do a show at Bellingham's Mount Baker Theatre. :) Super cool venue, and an easy drive for lots of people. Not to mention that not a few Bellinghamsters consider Jad and Robert (& all the Radiolab crew) gods. ;-)
By the way, my vote is for a Thurs., Fri. or Sat. show (in Seattle, OR BELLINGHAM!) But we'll do what we have to to come... you know, quit a job, sell a kidney...
I missed last time you guys were in town. I wont miss it again!
Please save a ticket for me!!! I can't wait.
Any idea when tickets will go on sale? I want to make sure I get a ticket in time. :)
Any chance you'd consider coming up North to Vancouver, Canada?
Can't wait to see RadioLab Live again!
Looking forward to escaping the routine to see the live RL.
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