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I may be moving to Seattle. I've visits a few times, so know a little about the city. Was wondering if anyone knew of pitches there?

Pikes Market has lots of tourist traffic, but is crowded, but inside and surrounding sidewalks. Didn't think it would good location. The piers/waterfront seem ideal but not sure if its private property. Anyone know if you can busk there? Have heard there's a ton of farmers markets throughout the city...those might be good.

Any insight from anyone?
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What do folks in Seattle call two rainy days in a row?

,..a weekend.

In the Vatikan, there's rumour:
Seattle was Noah's starting point.

I've seen pictures of folks in Seattle,
walking their fish.

Seattl-ites always look forewards to the summer,
the rain gets warmer.

On the lighter side, though, there's a story I heard once,
about two Seattle golfers.
Two old buddys were standing on a tee box,
overlooking a river,..
getting ready to hit their tee shots.
One golfer points down the river,
turns to the other golfer and says,
"Look at those Idiots, in the rain!"

hey Imag, have a good drive!

p.s.: Actually, so many great Performers come out of 'the Great North West',..
it must be a really great place.
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Pike Place market requires a badge that you can buy for a week,month or year. You can only perform on designated spots that have a red note painted on the sidewalk on the specific corner. You get one hour and can be bumped by the next performer. You can go to another spot or wait for the performer to get their hour in and take another hour to perform. Primo spots like under the clock can have 3-4 performers waiting for their hour. It's somewhat self regulated by the performers but is overseen by market security. I always liked the waterfront. No getting bumped but you might get moved on by police if there was a stabbing or some kind of trouble. Usually Mariner or Seahawk opening days they are a little touchy about buskers. In the summer there's almost a festival every weekend. They usually allow buskers. Folk life and Bumbershoot are the best and are held in Seattle Center. Other that that the Center doesn't or didn't allow buskers.

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Check that out. A lot of the information is old but may help
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