Washington Hall is a historic, community space and performance hall that is home to 206 Zulu, Hidmo and Voices Rising.
Built in 1908 by the Danish Brotherhood, Washington Hall has anchored Seattle’s diverse Squire Park neighborhood in the Central District for over 100 years. The building has served as a hub for social and cultural activities for a broad ethnic community. In 1973, the Sons of Haiti, an African-American Masonic Lodge, purchased the building and continued the tradition of hosting performing arts, making it the first home of On the Boards. Historic Seattle acquired Washington Hall in 2009, saving it from demolition. The renovation of Washington Hall is a Historic Seattle community development project that will help revitalize the neighborhood and makes the building available for public use.
Duke Ellington, Billie Holiday, Jimi Hendrix, Mark Morris, Pat Graney, Bill T. Jones, David Byrne, Afrika Bambaataa, Fugazi, Elvis Costello, Massive Monkees, Macklemore, and countless musicians, artists and great minds alike have walked these halls.
To inquire about renting Washington Hall, please contact our Rental Manager at firstname.lastname@example.org.