Fall is here and October is full of some highly anticipated concerts. Now as you know, the early bird gets the worm so be prepared to see resale prices in tickets this month. That being said, we have a lot to listen to from classic rock to pop, and indie. Here are 10 of the best concerts coming to Seattle this October.

Brian Jonestown Massacre

American psych rock band the Brain Jonestown Massacre is coming to Seattle! As they have a strong fan base, tickets are sold out with some left in the resale prices. You’ll have to pay a pretty penny to see them live but it might just be worth it for you.

When: Wednesday, October 4th
Where: 925 E Pike St
Cost: $407

Little Dragon

Swedish electronic music group Little Dragon is coming to the Neptune Theatre. They may be sold out, but they have some resale tickets available.

When: Wednesday, October 4th
Where: 1303 NE 45th St
Cost: $125

Peter Gabriel: i/o – The Tour

Peter Gabriel needs no introduction and he’s coming to Seattle’s very own Climate Pledge Arena. Even better there are still tickets available and they aren’t at resale prices.

When: Sunday, October 8th
Where: 334 1st Ave N
Cost: $60.50

Youth Lagoon

Looking to hear something new? Genre bending artist Youth Lagoon is playing a show at Neumos. You can hear tunes from their newest album, Heaven Is a Junkyard and also from their other albums.

When: Tuesday, October 10th
Where: 925 E Pike St
Cost: $48


One of Shoegaze’s most iconic bands, Slowdive is headed for Seattle. No surprise but the concert is sold out, and currently resale tickets are available.

When: Tuesday, October 10th
Where: 1700 1st Ave S
Cost: $123+

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Lil Tracy

Rapper Lil Tracy is back in Seattle for a show at the Showbox Market. Tickets are currently resale prices – however, the good news is, they are on the lower end of resale prices.

When: Tuesday, October 10th
Where: 1426 1st Ave
Cost: $56

Slow Pulp

Indie rock band Slow Pulp is going on tour for their newest album ‘Yard’. Listen to a mix of old and new songs and enjoy concert tickets that aren’t too expensive, yet.

When: Thursday, October 12th
Where: 925 E Pike St
Cost: $40

Nosaj Thing

Nosaj Thing aka Jason W. Chung is an American artist and producer. You may remember some of his popular songs from the  early 2010s and you’ve probably heard many of the songs he’s produced. Either way, he’ll be in Seattle for what is sure to be a solid show.

When: Sunday, October 13th
Where: 2505 1st Ave
Cost: $20


Tirzah is a British singer, songwriter, and producer known for her unique blend of R&B, electronic, and experimental music. This month is your chance to see her right here in Seattle.

When: Monday, October 16th
Where: 645 NW 45th St
Cost: $25

Kim Petras: Feed The Beast World Tour

Kim Petras is coming to town with her catchy, empowering, and infectious music. You can see the pop icon in the flesh at WAMU Theatre.

When: Monday, October 23rd
Where: 800 Occidental Ave S
Cost: $45.50

Happy concert going!