These first months of the New Year bring some excitement to the city — from the opening of […]
We’re so excited about certain shows — past and future —that are reminding us just how much we’ve […]
Pop-rock trio DREAMERS are coming to The Crocodile on Monday, December 2nd.
There are few better things than getting to step beyond one’s day-to-day routine, encouraging a fresh view on life (and one’s own city).
Indie-pop artist Gavin Haley is joining Ashe’s North American tour this fall with a stop in Seattle at The Crocodile on 10/6. Get tickets here.
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!
Cautious Clay is playing a sold-out show on January 18th at The Crocodile. We had the chance to catch up with the man behind Cautious Clay, Joshua Karpeh, a flute-playing Brooklyn singer with a soulful voice and feel good beats.
The eclectic French producer/DJ duo Polo & Pan made a stop in Seattle for the very first time on December 13th, as a part of their North American tour. Polo & Pan is a Paris-based electronic music production and DJ duo, comprised of Paul Armand “Polocorp” Delille, and Alexandre “Peter Pan” Grynszpan. Dubbed as the descendants of the Daft Punk electro scene, Polo & Pan are also known for producing remixes for famed international acts Fakear and Calypso Rose.
Football excitment meets Ivar’s Sailgating, while concerts + Oktoberfest fêtes enliven the season.
Our fall calendar is already filling up with spirited sports outings and rocking shows soon to be taking over Seattle stages. Here are a couple ideas to brighten the season.