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Published: Friday, September 14, 2012, 10:35 a.m.

KING-FM holds arts trivia contest; tickets to winners

  • Pacific Northwest Ballet dancers

    Pacific Northwest Ballet dancers

Hey. This is a promotion for Classical KING FM 98.1 but what the heck. They are running a trivia contest that anyone can enter and win tickets to shows and concerts, including Village Theatre.

The trivia contest is to help promote regional arts as well with the Arts Channel's "New Season Showcase"

Classical KING FM 98.1 has revved up its role as the community's classical music public radio station by devoting the month of September to the 2012-2013 classical music performance season, previewing more than 30 Northwest music groups ranging from concerts and operas to ballet and theater.

In honor of New Season Showcase on the Arts Channel, KING FM has started a month-long game of Arts Trivia with a prize — tickets to a selection of arts organization's upcoming seasons including 5th Avenue Theatre, Seattle Repertory Theatre, On The Boards, Village Theatre, Bellevue Arts Museum, Pacific Northwest Ballet, and season tickets to Simple Measures.

To Play you have to sign up for the Arts Channel eNewsletter to receive weekly questions worth two points each. For those late to sign up, the Arts Channel will send you the questions that have already come out so you have the optimum chance to win. Sign up here:KING FM

Also, follow the KING FM Facebook page for weekly trivia – worth 1 point each: KING FM Facebook

The winner will be announced Sept. 30. All answers to the trivia can be found by listening to KING FM's season preview conversations on the Arts Channel. All answers must be submit to

Here's a special trivia question for Herald readers: (Worth 3 points): What arts organization's upcoming season boasts the first appearance of choreographer Mark Morris and his company since 1985?

Good luck.
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