Yakima, WA, US
Bio: About The Seasons Purchased by the Strosahl family in 2005, The Seasons Performance Hall was donated as a facility for music appreciation and education. The building is a converted church, with a large main front hall, auditorium and rear banquet hall. The building was constructed in 1902, with non-denominational stained-glass windows, a columned entrance and a paned dome atop the brick building. The Seasons concerts are seated ‘festival’ style, first-come-first-serve- in the church pews remaining from the buildings previous incarnation. The front row of the auditorium is comprised of ‘V.I.P.’ tables, for which a limited number of tickets are available. If the V.I.P. tables are not reserved, they become general seating 20 minutes before the performance. Performances are all-ages and children over 5 year of age require a ticket for entry. The Seasons is wheelchair accessible on the main level, though the lavatories and balconies are not. Food, beverages and wine and available through the concession stand to the right of the main entry. We offer a wide selection of regional wines as well as appetizers and pastries made by local culinary businesses. Proceeds of food sales go directly to support our performances.