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Chop Suey

1325 E. Madison St., Seattle, Washington United States

206-324-8000

Seattle's finest Asian-themed nightclub hosting everything from hip-hop to alt-rock bands, among other styles, with red retro Chinese decor. Open almost every night of the week. [more]

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Nectar

412 N 36th St., Seattle, Washington (Fremont) United States

206-632-2020

In the heart of Seattle's Fremont District, Nectar features music and events 7 nights a week and is renowned for our two stories, covered outdoor patio and three full bars. We boast the best in hip-hop, indie rock, reggae, dance, folk, electronic! For a sweet venue to dance and take in some of the best music in the city, Nectar is the place to [more]

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Neumos

925 E Pike (Corner of 10th and, Seattle, Washington (Capitol Hill First Hill) United States

206-709-9467

Neumos Crystal Ball and Reading Room most often referred to simply as Neumos, is a mid sized music venue in Seattle Washington. The venue has many great party facilities, and melds several business concepts within the venue walls. Neumos plays host to its restaurant, Pike Street Fish Fry, its neighborhood bar aptly named MOE BAR, and its VIP [more]

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The Showbox at the Market

1426 1st Ave, Seattle, Washington (Downtown) United States

Seattle's beautiful art-deco gem now known as Showbox at the Market is one of the town's very few extant entertainment venues that can lay claim to having provided local music fans such an astonishing breadth of music over the decades. From the Jazz Age to the Grunge Era, the storied ballroom has featured shows by touring icons such as Duke [more]

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Fenix

124 S. Washington, Seattle, Washington (Pioneer Square) United States

206.748.9975

Hardcore music lovers of Seattle and all over the world, rejoice, the Fenix is resurrecting once again! After an absence of almost 7 years, the Fenix, a staple of Seattle’s live music industry is coming back to life with the promise to rise once again to its former heights. The club’s dramatic history is a testimony of its commitment and [more]

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The Baltic Room

1207 Pine St, Seattle, Washington (Capitol Hill First Hill) United States

206-625-4444

Weekly Schedule Mondays: JAM JAM... Reggae is Back inna new Stylee! Roots, Dancehall, Reggaetone, Hip Hop Reggae Mashups. Hosted By DJ Element (Zions Gate) And DJ Collage (Masse One). Tuesdays: Drum & Bass Tuesdays - Its always a good time and there is always cheap beer to keep you from being thirsty. Wednesdays: 80's Night Thursdays: [more]

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High Dive

513 N 36th, Seattle, Washington United States

206-632-0212

Since High Dive's birth in April of 2005, it has become the premier venue for live music in Seattle's Fremont neighborhood. High Dive features the best in local and national bands seven nights a week along with great and unique drinks. [more]

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The Scarlet Tree

801 NE 65th St, Seattle, Washington United States

206 523 8888

The Scarlet Tree Scarlet Tree is an established restaurant that has been in Seattle for over 50 years. Our casual, comfortable atmosphere is influenced by the Chicago and Detroit night club scene, and is perfect for all ages and nationalities. We serve breakfast, lunch, and dinner, featuring delicious steaks, chicken, pasta, and more. We are [more]

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WaMu Theater

800 Occidental Ave S, Seattle, Washington United States

CenturyLink Field is a multi-purpose stadium in Seattle, Washington, United States. It serves as the home field for the Seattle Seahawks of the National Football League (NFL) and Seattle Sounders FC of Major League Soccer (MLS). It was originally called Seahawks Stadium but was renamed Qwest Field on June 23, 2004, when telecommunications carrier [more]

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King Cat Theater

2130 6th Avenue, Seattle, Washington United States

206-448-2829

King Cat Theater The King Cat Theater opened in downtown Seattle in 1974 as the King Cinema. Built by the Walter Reade circuit, the name reflects King County as well as local King Broadcasting Co. which was owned at the time by the Bullitt family. The Kings auditorium is a cozy room with stadium seating. A massive golden-tan curved drapery [more]