Thank you for a Successful Pianos in the Parks 2014!

See below to see where the pianos were and check out all these great parks and open spaces in the area.

Interested in seeing where one of 20 pianos in Seattle and King County parks and open spaces were? Chances are there’s one near you. Check out the map for directions or click on a park image to learn about the piano and artist at each location.

And with partners like the Seattle Symphony, KEXP, and City of Music who knows you you’ll find tickling the ivories along with you. Discover a park and play the piano today!

PLAYING IN THE RAIN? Not if the piano will get wet! The pianos are under 10’ x 10’ tents to make sure that pianos can be played in light weather, but if water could get to the piano, please keep (or put) the tarp on. Feel free to “tarp them” if you pass by in heavy rain and they are uncovered. Pianos are made of thousands of parts that can swell if they get wet. So in rain or shine, don’t forget to put the lid down over the keyboard. This will protect the keys from moisture until the sun shines or in case the weather turns again.

We want to give a BIG THANKS to our many “piano protectors,” who have volunteered to keep the pianos safe from weather: – 192 Brewery, AllRecipes, CIDBIA, High Voltage Music, Moonpaper Tent, Othello Park Alliance, Rainier Beach Community Center Plaza, Seattle Asian Art Museum, Seattle City Hall, Super Jock ‘n Jill and Tully’s.