The April concert lineup is reminding us that people actually do come to Seattle. If you’ve been waiting to see some live shows, April just might be the month to do so. From small artists to contemporary pop stars, legends, and more, Seattle is set to have a great April. Here are 8 of the best concerts coming to Seattle this April!
If you’re on TikTok it’s almost guaranteed that you know who Yeat is. The artist who is one of the app’s biggest musical stars is headed to Seattle this month for a show at WAMU Theater.
When: April 4th
Where: 800 Occidental Ave S
American singer, DJ, and producer Yaeji is headed to Seattle to play her blended style of house music and hip hop. Right now it looks like most tickets are on resale so you may have to pay a pretty penny to see her live.
When: April 8th
Where: 1426 1st Ave
It’s been a while since 100 Gecs has been making waves on the music scene, that being said they are coming to town. They have support from Machine Girl who is worth going to see in their own right.
When: April 10th
Where: 1700 1st Ave S
John Mayer is in the rainy city playing all by his lonesome. The soft rock artist will be playing a mix of old hits as well as some new and unheard tunes.
When: April 11th
Where: 334 1st Ave N
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Tei Shi and Loyal Lobos will take over the Sunset Tavern this April with down-tempo music, a focus on vocals, and an overall chill evening.
When: April 19th
Where: 5433 Ballard Ave NW
Indie pop April? Say no more, Tennis is playing a night of relaxing and catchy tunes at the Paramount. There’s a decent amount of tickets left so you can choose to be above or closer to the stage.
When: April 21st
Where: 911 Pine St
Okay Kaya is another great concert option if you’re looking for something chill and relaxed. Her vocals and soft R&B-inspired tunes are sure to have you swaying in the venue.
When: April 25th
Where: 2505 1st Ave
This is obviously a big deal concert and as such it sold out quickly. That means you’re dealing with resale prices that are truly astronomical. Although, it may just be worth it to pay the $200+ if you’re a big fan.
When: April 29th
Where: 334 1st Ave N