Spotlight on the waterfront: the logo's O is the focus of a ray of light cast from a distant point over some abstractly-drawn wave lines below the logo

Spotlight Series: Unkitawa

Pier 62 | Free
Thursday September 19, 6–8 pm

Our partners from Unkitawa return to Pier 62 this summer for an evening of Indigenous arts, culture, and community

Open to all ages

About Unkitawa

“Unkitawa,” a Lakota word, means “ours,” “yours,” and “mine.” It means what belongs to each of us individually equally belongs to all living things. Join Unkitawa at Pier 62 for an evening of music, song, and community.

Accessibility

Friends strives to ensure Waterfront Park and our events are inclusive, accessible, and welcoming to everyone. Please visit our accessibility resources webpage here to learn more about our offerings.

About the space: Pier 62 is an outdoor space in downtown Seattle providing various amenities such as seating, shade, water, cooling fans, and ADA accessible restrooms (see our accessibility webpage for a full list of resources). Waterfront Park is still under construction until 2025, accessible routes/navigation may be impacted.

Please email [email protected] with any questions or specific accommodation requests for events.

Please fill out our park experience survey HERE with any feedback on how we can make your experience more comfortable and accessible.

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