*Update 3/12/20: Due to the Covid-19 outbreak, please check individual shows for the status. All events over 250 people are canceled (or postponed) indefinitely.
Soon it’ll be time for our favorite outdoor concert series and summer festivals (like Pickathon!) RV and car camping tickets are now on sale for that beloved Oregon gathering, and they’ve begun gradually revealing the lineup. We are beyond thrilled to see John Prine on the roster this year!
Shows that welcome 2016: Music to our ears.
If you’re like us, you appreciate having New Year’s Eve options that don’t break the bank and that incorporate entertainment aside from simply guzzling so-so drinks in a chock-a-block bar. This holiday seems to carry loaded expectations for many, so we’ve come up with a few low-pressure ideas that promise to start off the next calendar year on a great musical note.
Another Seattle show, another chat with the talented frontman.
A year after our first Q&A, Langhorne Slim sets us straight on the band’s recent successes and future hopes. In essence? The friendly guys plan to keep on rocking out and shaking their tails, as they’ve been known to do. The group’s gradually making the Seattle rounds, hopping their way across the city’s many storied stages. This time, Langhorne Slim & The Law come to The Neptune Theatre Thursday, October 10. If you’re wise, you’ll join in on the celebration.
When you think of rock-and-roll, the first thing that comes to mind usually isn’t a full orchestra. But this weekend the Seattle Rock Orchestra will perform a tribute to the rock band Arcade Fire.