Artistic Director Peter Boal’s powerhouse ballet company returns from Seattle to close the Festival with a bang. Sum Stravinsky, danced to the composer’s “Dumbarton Oaks” concerto, is full of bright steps and brilliant pointework choreographed by former Pacific Northwest Ballet soloist Kiyon Gaines, and Benjamin Millepied’s alluring 3 Movements illuminates composer Steve Reich’s urgent, minimalist score. A world premiere commission by prolific choreographer Jessica Lang provides the perfect finish for this thrilling engagement.

Tickets: $75, $65, $45

Celebrate the end of Festival 2016 with Festival Finale!

Saturday evening tickets include admittance to Pacific Northwest Ballet, plus entrance to the best after-party of the summer. Mingle with the dancers, enjoy drinks and desserts, and dance the night away to DJ BFG spinning live at the ultimate dance celebration.

Tickets start at $100

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