Rainbow City Band

Rating: 5 stars   16 reviews


PO Box 51074 Seattle WA 98115 USA


Rainbow City Band is a community band of gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, and gay-friendly instrumentalists and supporters.  For the enjoyment of ourselves and others, we perform music at the highest level possible, build confidence and commitment by mastering challenging music in a variety of styles, enjoy a rewarding musical and social experience by fostering professional and friendly atitudes, and promote visibility and acceptance of gays and lesbians in the community at large.


We regularly sell out our current performance hall (300 seats) at 4 concerts per year and annually host a successful gala dinner auction to subsidize our operating costs.

Target demographics:

Music lovers of all ages.

Geographic areas served:

Pacific Northwest including British Columbia


Music instruction:main objective is to provide music education and training through group rehearsals (9,143 student hours)

band programs: perform three major concerts in concert halls, nine small concerts in community settings, and march in nine community parades.

band and orchestra programs: training retreat. Intensive three-day musical training (720 student hours)

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Role: General Member of the Public
Rating: 5 stars  

11 people found this review helpful

While I enormously enjoyed the performances of the marching band this past summer, the two concert band performances so far this season were spectacularly entertaining and well played. Keep up the excellent work all!

What I've enjoyed the most about my experience with this nonprofit is...

the excellent music-making and the strong sense of community.

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About every month

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