EMP Museum

Since EMP Museum opened in 2000 and SFM in 2004, EMP Museum|SFM has welcomed more than 3.7 million visitors through its doors. EMP Museum|SFM is housed in a 140,000 square foot Frank O. Gehry-designed building. This spectacular, prominently visible structure has the presence of a monumental sculpture set amid the backdrop of the Seattle Center.

EMP Museum is dedicated to the exploration of creativity and innovation in popular music and dance. By blending interpretative, interactive exhibition with cutting-edge technology, EMP Museum captures and reflects the essence of rock ‘n’ roll, its roots in jazz, soul, gospel, country and the blues, as well as rock’s influence on hip-hop, punk and other recent genres. Visitors can view rare artifacts and memorabilia and experience the creative process by listening to the music and having the artists tell their own stories.

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Upcoming Events @ EMP Museum

EMP Museum, 325 5th Ave N, Seattle, Washington (Belltown) United States Seattle Washington United States | show on map

Join EMP for an all-day celebration of the day when Star Wars™ aficionados, fans, and pun lovers all over the world say: “May the 4th Be With You!” In honor of Star Wars Day, EMP presents a day of family-friendly daytime activities and fun in conjunction with our exhibit, Rebel, Jedi, Princess, Queen: Star Wars™ and the Power of [more]

EMP Museum, 325 5th Ave N, Seattle, Washington (Belltown) United States Seattle Washington United States | show on map

One Vibe Africa and EMP Museum present the 2nd Annual Madaraka Festival, a night of music and purpose. Madaraka Festival is a creative collaboration among Seattle artists in support of One Vibe Africa’s Music and Art Program, based in Kisumu, Kenya. Now more than ever, youth in Kenya are in need of the artistic encouragement and experiences [more]

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2015 Pop Conference
EMP Museum, Belltown
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Seattle Indulgence New Years Eve 2010 @ Experience Music Project (12/31/2009) @ Experience Music Project
EMP Museum, Seattle