Get an Exclusive Discount on Tickets to “Wild Hope” by National Geographic Live with Ami Vitale

National Geographic Live is returning to Benaroya Hall in Seattle, Washington, from November 13 through November 15 with photographer and filmmaker Ami Vitale. For three nights only, Vitale will share her journey as a National Geographic Explorer through first-person accounts of the unsung heroes and communities protecting our wildlife across the globe.

This special presentation titled “Wild Hope” will cover stories on the reintroduction of northern white rhinos and giant pandas back to the wild, as well as Kenya’s first indigenous-owned and run elephant sanctuary. You won’t want to miss this intimate look at Vitale’s award-winning work.

Ami Vitale stands in an alley between buildings holding her camera. She is submerged in green murky water that reaches all the way up to her hips and she is wearing a purple patterned shirt and smiling at the camera. Behind her is a man wearing a blue striped polo shirt, also smiling, and behind him there is a blurry image of a child hanging out of a building window.

Ami Vitale, is one of the most versatile photographers working today, known for sharing powerful stories that drive change but also inspire us to push boundaries and have an impact in our daily lives. She has lived in mud huts and war zones, contracted malaria, and donned a panda suit—keeping true to her belief in the importance of “living the story.” Today, she focuses on our fragile relationship with the natural world and finding solutions to our most pressing environmental challenges.

: A man in an olive-green poncho and hat stands face to face with a rhino in a grassy field. He is mouth to mouth with the rhino, nearly kissing, and holding a striped rainbow umbrella above them.

Get tickets for National Geographic Live’s “Wild Hope” for just $35 using promo code “WILD.” The code is valid for all Orchestra level seating and can be entered at the top of the shopping cart page once a performance is selected. Don’t miss this opportunity to hear behind-the-scenes stories from National Geographic photographers, scientists, and filmmakers, along with exclusive footage and unforgettable imagery highlighting our world’s surreal natural beauty and the enduring power of the human spirit.