SORRY, KNKX HAS NO MORE TICKETS AVAILABLE TO THE "WAIT WAIT" SHOW ON DECEMBER 1.
If you purchased tickets and have further questions, please visit the FAQ's page.
Wait Wait… Don't Tell Me! is returning to Seattle and KNKX is bringing the show to The Moore Theatre on Friday, December 1, 2017 at 7:30 p.m. Ariel Van Cleave, host of KNKX's Weekend Edition Saturday and producer of Morning Edition, will make a brief introduction on stage.
Seating is assigned in order of reservation; tickets will be mailed 4-6 weeks from purchase date. ADA seats are available for purchase directly from STG Presents--more information is on the FAQ's page.
Additional questions? Please refer to our FAQ's.
You can also contact KNKX Listener Services at email@example.com or 1-877-NPR-KNKX during regular business hours.
Additional information can also be found at stgpresents.org.
ABOUT THE SHOW
Now in its 20th season, Wait Wait… Don't Tell Me! is National Public Radio’s Peabody Award-winning quiz show. Host Peter Sagal leads a rotating panel of comedians, humorists and journalists, listener contestants and celebrity guests through a comic review of the week’s news. Contestants vie for the most coveted prize in all of public radio: a custom-recorded greeting by scorekeeper emeritus Carl Kasell for their voicemail. The show has a weekly audience of 3.8 million listeners on more than 660 NPR member stations nationwide, and surpassed 4 million podcast downloads monthly. You can hear Wait Wait… Don't Tell Me! Saturdays at 2 p.m. and Sundays at 10 a.m. on 88.5 KNKX.
- “Not My Job” – Notable guests answer questions on topics outside their areas of expertise. Past guests have included President Barack Obama (then an Illinois Senator), Tom Hanks, Stephen King, Dick Van Dyke, Stephen Colbert, Terry Gross, Senator John McCain, Ricky Gervais and Sarah Silverman.
- “Listener Limerick Challenge” – Listeners try to fill in the last line of a news-based limerick
- “Bluff the Listener” – Callers listen to three unlikely news stories read by panelists and choose the true one
- “Lightning Fill in the Blank” – The final speed round where each panelist answers as many questions as possible in 60 seconds