Seattle is getting a lively start to spring this year. With concerts back in full swing, you’ll have no problem having a rocking month. Whether you want to hear rap, indie rock, pop, or something else, there’s something for almost everyone this month. Here are 10 of the best concerts coming to Seattle this April.

Beach House

Indie rock gods Beach House are helping Seattleites start April with some smooth tunes and old favorites. You’ll also be able to hear from special guest Ami Dang.

When: April 3rd
Where: 911 Pine Street
Cost: $90+

Denzel Curry

Next up is Denzel Curry who is arriving in Seattle with a whole crew. You’ll be able to hear from him as well as Kenny Mason, Mike Dimes, Playthatboizay.

When: April 4th
Where: 1700 1st Avenue South
Cost: $35

girl in red

Intimate rock/pop sensation girl in red aka Marie Ulven is making the trek from Oslo to Seattle. Enjoy her tunes and get the chance to hear from Holly Humberstone as well.

When: April 8th
Where: 1700 1st Avenue South
Cost: $25


Want to hear the sounds of your 2014 Tumblr playlist again? Good news, Disclosure is coming to town accompanied by opener DJ Boring. Hopefully, that’s not a foreshadowing name.

When: April 9th
Where: 800 Occidental Avenue South
Cost: $39.50+


Nothing like nu-metal for spring right folks? Well, no matter what you think about Deftones you really can’t go wrong with them. Dare we say this will be the best concert in April? You’ll also be able to catch opener Gojira.

When: April 16th
Where: 800 Occidental Ave S
Cost: $126

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The Brian Jonestown Massacre

At one point or another, we’ve probably all had the cords to Pish stuck in our heads. Might as well get them out by seeing The Brian Jonestown Massacre live and in person. Plus their opener is Mercury Rev, double whammy.

When: April 17th
Where: 1426 1st Avenue
Cost: $25

The Magnetic Fields

Indie-rock legends The Magnetic Fields will be taking over the Moore Theatre with their croony tunes. This is one of those concerts you really don’t want to miss.

When: April 18th
Where: 1932 Second Ave
Cost: $39.50+

Tech N9ne

The early 2000s are calling and they want you to go to the Tech N9ne show. We know deep down you have the desire to scream the lyrics to Caribou Lou at a live concert so don’t stop yourself.

When: April 24th
Where: 1700 1st Avenue South
Cost: $30

J Balvin

Haven’t had the chance to check out Climate Pledge Arena yet? Reggaeton artist J Balvin will be raising the energy in CPA with his lively tunes.

When: April 26th
Where: 305 Harrison St
Cost: $36


1, 2, 3, 4 Feist is knocking at your door… everyone who was alive in the early 2000s remembers the vice hold that Feist’s poppy tunes had on the world. So why not hear them again?

When: April 30th
Where: 901 Pine St
Cost: $90+

There you have it, enjoy Seattle!