The March concert lineup is reminding us that people actually do come to Seattle. If you’ve been waiting to see some live shows, March just might be the month to do so. From small artists to contemporary pop stars, old rock legends, and more, Seattle is set to have a great March. Here are 8 of the best concerts coming to Seattle this March!

Vance Joy

If the name rings a bell but you can’t quite place it, it’s because Vance Joy wrote Riptide, one of those incredibly catchy songs that took over 2014. Soon he’ll be in Seattle and you can pay $99+ to sing along.

When: March 3rd
Where: 911 Pine St
Cost: $99+


This is a newer band that’s gotten on many people’s radars thanks to TikTok. Chances are that if you use the social media platform you’ve heard their song “Tek It”. Well, now you can hear it live.

When: March 4th
Where: 925 E Pike St
Cost: $96+

Freakout Weekender

The Freakout Weekender is a weekend music festival taking place this March from the folks behind Freakout Records. You’ll be able to hear from artists like Viagra Boys, Frank & The Witch Fingers, Sobs, Mala Suerte, and much more.

When: March 4th & 5th
Where: 2505 1st Ave
Cost: $65+

Andy Shauf

Andy Shauf is an artist from up north in Canada. You may have heard his indie, crooner Esq songs, and now you have the chance to rediscover them as well as hear from his newest album.

When: March 8th
Where: 2505 1st Ave
Cost: $30

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Stevie Nicks

Is there a more magical person to see this month than Stevie Nicks? Probably not! The queen herself is gracing Seattle with a performance at Climate Pledge Arena which we will assume will be larger than life.

When: March 15th
Where: 334 1st Ave N
Cost: $130


Just when you thought this month’s lineup couldn’t get any bigger… SZA fans sold out the show quickly meaning you’ll be dealing with resale ticket prices but it might just be worth it so that you can sing all of your favorite songs old and new out loud.

When: March 16th
Where: 334 1st Ave N
Cost: $184+


Shygirl is taking over Neumos for two days of shows this March. You can hear the not-so-shy singer belt out her catchy pop tunes.

When: March 17th
Where: 925 E Pike St
Cost: $46+

Sunny Day Real Estate

This is looking like perhaps the best show of the month. Local band Sunny Day Real Estate is returning to the Emerald City to play what is sure to be an unforgettable show. It’s a great chance to hear all of your old favorite tunes played live as well as some newer ones.

When: March 16th
Where: 1932 2nd Ave
Cost: $36.50

Enjoy, Seattle!