Pierce County Events Calendar

This calendar is the place to find fun events happening throughout Pierce County including Tacoma, Puyallup, , Lakewood and beyond.

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Jun
2
Thu
Tacoma Arts Live presents Kim’s Convenience: A Play by Ins Choi @ Theater on the Square
Jun 2 @ 7:30 pm

Enter Kim’s Convenience Store and meet the Kims, a loving, if imperfect, Korean family making their way in Toronto. In this award-winning play, the Kims face gentrification, a growing generation gap, and the threat of a new chain-store opening as they debate the future of their convenience store. Through it all parents Sang-Il, Yong-mi, their unmarried daughter Janet, and disappointing son Jung, learn to see each other in a new light. This hilarious and heartwarming story (recently turned into a Netflix sitcom) reminds us that family isn’t always convenient, but it might be the best deal out there. Performance contains adult language and themes.For complete showtimes, check website.

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Jun
3
Fri
Tacoma Arts Live presents Kim’s Convenience: A Play by Ins Choi @ Theater on the Square
Jun 3 @ 7:30 pm

Enter Kim’s Convenience Store and meet the Kims, a loving, if imperfect, Korean family making their way in Toronto. In this award-winning play, the Kims face gentrification, a growing generation gap, and the threat of a new chain-store opening as they debate the future of their convenience store. Through it all parents Sang-Il, Yong-mi, their unmarried daughter Janet, and disappointing son Jung, learn to see each other in a new light. This hilarious and heartwarming story (recently turned into a Netflix sitcom) reminds us that family isn’t always convenient, but it might be the best deal out there. Performance contains adult language and themes.For complete showtimes, check website.

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Jun
4
Sat
Tacoma Arts Live presents Kim’s Convenience: A Play by Ins Choi @ Theater on the Square
Jun 4 @ 7:30 pm

Enter Kim’s Convenience Store and meet the Kims, a loving, if imperfect, Korean family making their way in Toronto. In this award-winning play, the Kims face gentrification, a growing generation gap, and the threat of a new chain-store opening as they debate the future of their convenience store. Through it all parents Sang-Il, Yong-mi, their unmarried daughter Janet, and disappointing son Jung, learn to see each other in a new light. This hilarious and heartwarming story (recently turned into a Netflix sitcom) reminds us that family isn’t always convenient, but it might be the best deal out there. Performance contains adult language and themes.For complete showtimes, check website.

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Jun
10
Fri
Tacoma Arts Live presents Kim’s Convenience: A Play by Ins Choi @ Theater on the Square
Jun 10 @ 7:30 pm

Enter Kim’s Convenience Store and meet the Kims, a loving, if imperfect, Korean family making their way in Toronto. In this award-winning play, the Kims face gentrification, a growing generation gap, and the threat of a new chain-store opening as they debate the future of their convenience store. Through it all parents Sang-Il, Yong-mi, their unmarried daughter Janet, and disappointing son Jung, learn to see each other in a new light. This hilarious and heartwarming story (recently turned into a Netflix sitcom) reminds us that family isn’t always convenient, but it might be the best deal out there. Performance contains adult language and themes.For complete showtimes, check website.

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Jun
11
Sat
Tacoma Arts Live presents Kim’s Convenience: A Play by Ins Choi @ Theater on the Square
Jun 11 @ 7:30 pm

Enter Kim’s Convenience Store and meet the Kims, a loving, if imperfect, Korean family making their way in Toronto. In this award-winning play, the Kims face gentrification, a growing generation gap, and the threat of a new chain-store opening as they debate the future of their convenience store. Through it all parents Sang-Il, Yong-mi, their unmarried daughter Janet, and disappointing son Jung, learn to see each other in a new light. This hilarious and heartwarming story (recently turned into a Netflix sitcom) reminds us that family isn’t always convenient, but it might be the best deal out there. Performance contains adult language and themes.For complete showtimes, check website.

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Jun
12
Sun
Tacoma Arts Live presents Kim’s Convenience: A Play by Ins Choi @ Theater on the Square
Jun 12 @ 3:00 pm

Enter Kim’s Convenience Store and meet the Kims, a loving, if imperfect, Korean family making their way in Toronto. In this award-winning play, the Kims face gentrification, a growing generation gap, and the threat of a new chain-store opening as they debate the future of their convenience store. Through it all parents Sang-Il, Yong-mi, their unmarried daughter Janet, and disappointing son Jung, learn to see each other in a new light. This hilarious and heartwarming story (recently turned into a Netflix sitcom) reminds us that family isn’t always convenient, but it might be the best deal out there. Performance contains adult language and themes.For complete showtimes, check website.

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Jun
17
Fri
Tacoma Arts Live presents Kim’s Convenience: A Play by Ins Choi @ Theater on the Square
Jun 17 @ 7:30 pm

Enter Kim’s Convenience Store and meet the Kims, a loving, if imperfect, Korean family making their way in Toronto. In this award-winning play, the Kims face gentrification, a growing generation gap, and the threat of a new chain-store opening as they debate the future of their convenience store. Through it all parents Sang-Il, Yong-mi, their unmarried daughter Janet, and disappointing son Jung, learn to see each other in a new light. This hilarious and heartwarming story (recently turned into a Netflix sitcom) reminds us that family isn’t always convenient, but it might be the best deal out there. Performance contains adult language and themes.For complete showtimes, check website.

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Jun
18
Sat
Tacoma Arts Live presents Kim’s Convenience: A Play by Ins Choi @ Theater on the Square
Jun 18 @ 3:00 pm

Enter Kim’s Convenience Store and meet the Kims, a loving, if imperfect, Korean family making their way in Toronto. In this award-winning play, the Kims face gentrification, a growing generation gap, and the threat of a new chain-store opening as they debate the future of their convenience store. Through it all parents Sang-Il, Yong-mi, their unmarried daughter Janet, and disappointing son Jung, learn to see each other in a new light. This hilarious and heartwarming story (recently turned into a Netflix sitcom) reminds us that family isn’t always convenient, but it might be the best deal out there. Performance contains adult language and themes.For complete showtimes, check website.

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Tacoma Arts Live presents Kim’s Convenience: A Play by Ins Choi @ Theater on the Square
Jun 18 @ 7:30 pm

Enter Kim’s Convenience Store and meet the Kims, a loving, if imperfect, Korean family making their way in Toronto. In this award-winning play, the Kims face gentrification, a growing generation gap, and the threat of a new chain-store opening as they debate the future of their convenience store. Through it all parents Sang-Il, Yong-mi, their unmarried daughter Janet, and disappointing son Jung, learn to see each other in a new light. This hilarious and heartwarming story (recently turned into a Netflix sitcom) reminds us that family isn’t always convenient, but it might be the best deal out there. Performance contains adult language and themes.For complete showtimes, check website.

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Tacoma Arts Live presents: Rise Up – The Music of Hamilton and Broadway @ Pantages Theater
Jun 18 @ 7:30 pm

Rise Up is an ensemble of top Seattle vocalists and musicians that perform the music of Hamilton and other Broadway hits including In the Heights, Dear Evan Hansen, RENT, Waitress, and more. Rise Up delivers a concert that captures sophistication, emotion, and energy of all your favorite Broadway shows! The band was runner up for Seattle Weekly’s Best of Seattle 2018 Best Musical Act and was named Kirkland Performance Center’s 2019 Artist of the Year.

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