Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

The following are common questions with regard to venue accessibility, transit and parking:


Where is the venue located?

The Pavilion (7th Floor)

Via6 Seattle ( is located in Downtown, Seattle at:

2121 Sixth Avenue 

Seattle, WA 98121

The Speakeasy will be held in the Tom Douglas Kitchen partition of the jewel-box pavilion.




Is parking available?

There is an underground pay parking garage that is available.  Entrance on Lenora St.
Upon entering, take a ticket and this can be paid at the lobby level at your departure.

FREE Parking is available on 6th Ave and adjacent streets on a first come, first served basis.


What time should I arrive?

Doors open at 7:30pm with the event beginning promptly at 8:00pm.


What are my public transit options?

The following Metro King County bus routes stop within a 2 block walking distance to Via6:

26 & 28: 7th Ave. & Blanchard St.
70: Virginia St. & 6th Ave.

Also the 98 Light Rail stop at Westlake Ave. & Viriginia St. is also within 2 blocks walking distance.


Is the event for adults only?

The event is 21+.  ID required.

Is there food available/will there be eating in the space? 

Both vegan and non-vegan light snacks will be offered alongside alcoholic beverage options. The snack is an accompaniment to beverages, but will not replace a typical meal. There is no dedicated eating space, so expect light finger foods.


Is there a cover charge?

While there is no charge for the event, we invite each of our guests to consider a minimum donation of $25 to help us in our mission to create a platform for diverse voices in the LGBT community to share relevant, engaging and thought provoking content that inspires a call to action; influences our culture and impacts the lives of our audience as well as their communities. 

A generous request for your donation will be made in a later part of our program.


Additional notes on accessibility?

For our guests who require the use of a wheelchair for mobility, the venue is easily accessible with elevators and lower inclined ramps throughout the facility.