Here are our top picks for shows this spring from indie pop to rock to funk. All 15 shows are about $30 before fees except Rüfüs Du Sol ($42) at the business event center (aka WaMu) and Betty Who at Neptune Theatre ($59). Enjoy!
New Zealand producer and rising artist BAYNK is playing a sold-out show at Barboza tonight!
With a couple more months of cold and grey to go, here are our picks for shows over the next two months. Dancing to great live music will help us get through the winter, right? It’s mostly pop, indie, alternative, and EDM. We love that Seattle has an abundance of small, quirky venues for a more intimate experience. All 15 shows are under $30 before fees (ugh, those pesky fees!). Enjoy!
Mark your calendar for some rockin’ Moore music
If you’ve not yet seen Shakey Graves live, that’s something you’ll want to fix. We’d recommend you clear your schedule for this Sunday evening to catch the mesmerizing and enigmatic performer, who made a name for himself early on as Austin’s best one-man band. This weekend, his much buzzed-about Die Hard Tour—one that features him with a backing band—enlivens the stage at downtown’s Moore Theatre (with Tennis as the opener).
This weekend, a Kentucky-bred talent & his cello electrify the Tractor Tavern stage
Fans adore cellist, singer-songwriter and composer Ben Sollee for his genre-bending, storytelling, Appalachia-loving ways. He’s shared the stage with, among other musical greats, Bela Fleck and My Morning Jacket, he’s a political activist, and he can often be