Wednesday, March 20, 2019

15 upcoming Seattle shows to get excited about

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!

Chai

March 29 @ The Vera Project 

Tickets: $15 (not including fees)

More info here

Broods

April 1 @ Neptune Theatre

Tickets: $21.50

More info here.

Julia Michaels 

April 7 @ Neumos *SOLD OUT* 

You can find fan verified tickets here

More info here

Sol

April 12 @ The Showbox

Tickets: starting at $22.50 (not including fees) 

More info here

Maggie Rogers

April 16 @ Showbox SoDo

Tickets: $30 (not including fees) 

More info here

Haley Reinhart

April 22 @ The Crocodile 

Tickets: $22 (not including fees) 

More info here.

King Princess

April 26 @ The Showbox

Tickets: $25 (not including fees) 

More info here

Rüfüs Du Sol

April 27 @ WaMu Event Center 

Tickets: $42 (not including fees)  

More info here

Emancipator

April 27 @ The Crocodile 

Tickets: $23 (not including fees)  

More info here

Bayonne

May 3 @ Barboza*

Tickets: $12 (not including fees)

More info here

*Tip: for shows at Neumos and Barboza, you can buy the tickets in person at The Runaway and avoid the fees. Just ask the bartender. 

Betty Who 

May 10 & 11 @ Neptune Theatre 

Tickets: $59 (not including fees)  

More info here

FRENSHIP (w/ Glades)

May 21 @ The Crocodile

Tickets: $17 (not including fees) 

More info here

Mogli

May 21 @ The Vera Project

Tickets: $15 (not including fees) 

More info here

Xiu Xiu 

May 23 @ The Vera Project

Tickets: $15 (not including fees) 

More info here

A R I Z O N A 

June 4 @ The Showbox

Tickets: $21 (not including fees) 

More info here

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2 Responses to 15 upcoming Seattle shows to get excited about

  1. Miguel says:

    The “Free” video posted for the Haley Reinhart show is seven years old. She’s recently released three songs from her upcoming album: “Don’t Know How to Love You,” “Lo-Fi Soul,” and “Honey There’s the Door.” There are videos available for all three.

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