Ed Sheeran's Shape of You
Seattle's Georgetown neighborhood is prominently featured in a supporting role in Ed Sheeran's music video adapted from his international hit song, "Shape of You," which debuted on the Number One spot on the Billboard Hot 100 in 2017. The multi-Grammy award winning singer is the first artist to debut in Billboard's Hot 100 with two top 10 songs simultaneously: "Shape of You" and "Castle on the Hill". The video production has more than one local angle: not only was "Shape of You" filmed on location in Georgetown, but Seattle's own Jennie Pegouskie -- who was the assistant production supervisor -- landed in the co-starring role with Sheeran in front of the camera. Check out Ed Sheeran's "Shape of You".
30 January 2017
Seattle, Washington, USA
4 minutes, color
Source: courtesy IMDB.com
Welcome to Georgetown!
Adventurous visitors will enjoy the historic and colorful Georgetown business district. Located just minutes south of downtown Seattle, this lively cultural community is home to over 40 galleries, diners, nightclubs, coffee houses, art studios, bookstores and more.
The neighborhood celebrates its creative diversity with the Georgetown Art Attack on the Second Sunday of each month. Periodic festivals feature challenging visual and performing arts presentations throughout the year. Exotic shopping, diverse dining, and spontaneous spectacles await the public daily in the enchanting Georgetown Industrial Arts Corridor.
GEORGETOWN BITES 2019
Georgetown BitesA Taste of Georgetown
Food and beverage fans come experience the diverse culinary delights of Seattle’s historic arts community in affordable fashion. The 5th annual Taste of Georgetown features special offers from 34 appetizing enterprises! Tickets available at the Georgetown Trailer Park Mall from 11:00 AM to 4:00 PM. Tasting continues until 5:00 PM. Celebrate the unique hospitality of this colorful neighborhood on Saturday March 30. Check it out!
Georgetown Art Attack
The Georgetown Art Attack, held on the second Saturday of each month, represents an ongoing effort by area artists to celebrate the creative diversity of Georgetown and generate public sentiment favoring preservation of this wonderful civic asset. More than 30 Georgetown enterprises participate, featuring a lively array of visual, performing, and applied arts.