Concerts in Seattle
When you think of Seattle, what is one of the first things that comes to mind? Music. Seattle has a rich music history: the early jazz scene gave birth to jazz greats like Ray Charles and Quincy Jones, Jimi Hendrix was born there, and Seattle is the birthplace of “grunge,” a musical style made famous by Nirvana, Alice in Chains, Soundgarden, and Pearl Jam. In recent years, Seattle has been known for being saturated with indie rock. Whether you love grunge…
800 Occidental Ave.
Seattle, WA 98134
We had been anticipating the night for months: Gareth Emery and a 6-hour long set at the Shine Auditorium.
After a quick 2-for-1 pre-game at USC's only campus bar, we headed to the auditorium for what we knew would be quite an experience.Read More »
After taking a year hiatus from the fest, we looked forward to experiencing Saturday of HARD's Day of the Dead once again. In particular, we were stoked to check out the new venue -- the Fairplex -- and see what its fairgrounds were all about.Read More »
Splash House 2015 was, yet again, an absolutely incredible time. C'mon, you can't go wrong with 22-hour a day pool parties, a variety of dance music, and a 21+ only ticket.
Oh, and did we mention that you're in arms - or (a free) bus ride - length from your hotel room all weekend?Read More »
A/C, A/C. How we're just straight up OBSESSED.
The guys hit up Exchange LA on June 26th. The club was completely packed. A SOLD OUT show. And we were lucky enough to get after it, dancing into the morning hours at a VIP table, overlooking the show.Read More »