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Washington Private Rental Venue

Looking for the Top Private Rental Venue in Washington?

Check out our listing of the hottest clubs in Washington, read reviews, view upcoming events and more.

Fenix

124 S. Washington, Seattle Washington 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]

The Spirit of Washington Event Center

233 Burnett Avenue South, Seattle Washington United States
(425) 277-8408

The Spirit of Washington Event Center New 10,000-square-foot building In the heart of downtown Renton; just 15 minutes from Seattle and SeaTac airport Ideal for weddings, parties, holiday events, meetings, trade shows, auctions Banquet-style capacity of 450; total capacity of 655 The open floor plan has large windows, [more]

Rendezvous and Jewel Box Theater

2322 2nd Ave Seattle, Seattle Washington United States
206-441-5823

HOURS: 7 days/wk 4pm-2am THE RENDEZVOUS BAR AND RESTAURANT Built at the height of the roaring twenties and restored to its original decadent atmosphere, The Rendezvous Bar and Restaurant serves real good food and features Cocktail Stylings by some of the FINEST bartenders in town. The Jewelbox Theater hosts talent and performances of [more]

The View @ Howell Canyon Estate

185 Howell Canyon Rd., Seattle Washington United States
(509) 680-0589

The View is a large outdoor concert venue situated in the heart of Howell Canyon. Located just outside the town of Tonasket in North Central Washington. This is a natural amphitheater and an eco-resort. We have camping, rafting, yurts, zip lines, hiking trails, a restaurant and a recording studio. Come see one of our shows and see why we are the [more]

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]