Thursday, February 21, 2019

15 upcoming Seattle shows to get excited about

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!

Gnash (with Mallrat) 

Feb 4 @ Neumos

Tickets: $20 (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. 

DRAMA

Feb 8 @ Barboza *SOLD OUT* 

You can find fan verified tickets here

More info here

Hippie Sabotage

Feb 9 @ Paramount Theater

Tickets: starting at $28 (not including fees) 

More info here

Justin Jay

Feb 14 @ Q Nightclub

Tickets: starting at $15 (not including fees) 

More info here

Gryffin (with Shallou) 

Feb 16 @ Showbox SoDo (two shows: 6:45pm and 10:45pm) 

Tickets: $20 – 30 (not including fees) 

More info here and here

TV Girl

Feb 18 @ Barboza *SOLD OUT* 

You can find fan verified tickets here

More info here

COIN

Feb 23 @ The Showbox

Tickets: $20 (not including fees)  

More info here

Tourist

Feb 26 @ Neumos

Tickets: $15 (not including fees)  

More info here

BAYNK

March 1 @ Barboza

Tickets: $15 (not including fees)*  

More info here

Empress Of

March 5 @ The Crocodile

Tickets: $15 (not including fees)  

More info here

VHS Collection

March 6 @ Barboza *SOLD OUT*

Find fan verified tickets here

More info here

Matoma

March 8 @ Neptune Theater

Tickets: $28 (not including fees)  

More info here

Andrew McMahon in the Wilderness

March 15 @ Moore Theatre

Tickets: $29.50 – $32.50 (not including fees)  

More info here

Wet

March 24 @ Neptune Theatre

Tickets: $25 (not including fees) 

More info here

Nina Nesbitt

March 24 @ Columbia City Theater 

Tickets: $15 // $50 for meet & greet (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. 

About Jennifer Liu

Despite the rain, Jennifer loves Seattle and is a rare native. From the gorgeous summer weather to the drizzle the other 9 months, this may be her forever home. She graduated from the University of Washington and has a master's degree in counseling psychology. She loves to travel, volunteer, and host themed dinner parties. You can find her eating, hiking, hanging out with her awesome dog, or napping. Ice cream, burgers, and sushi are some of her favorite things.
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