The June concert lineup for Seattle is a mix of 2000s and 2010s throwbacks, as well as some truly iconic artists. If you’ve been waiting to see some memorable live shows, June just might be the month to get out there. From small artists to contemporary pop stars, legends, and more, Seattle is set to have a great June. Here are 10 of the best concerts coming to Seattle this June!

fish narc

Artist fish narc is known for producing beats for artists like Lil Tracy, Gab3, Lil Peep, and Horse Head. He’s done his time in Seattle as a part of GBC and is coming back for a show at Madame Lou’s with So Pitted, Skyler Ford & the legion of peace, and YAWNS.

When: June 1st
Where: 2505 1st Ave
Cost: $16

Melanie Martinez: PORTALS Tour

Melanie Martinez is a visionary singer-songwriter and visual artist, her dark and whimsical aesthetic, combined with her hauntingly beautiful vocals, sets her apart from other contemporary pop icons. Introspective lyrics explore themes of childhood, identity, and the human experience, resonating deeply with the 2010’s Tumblr crowd if you can remember back that far.

When: June 3rd
Where: 800 Occidental Ave S
Cost: $161+

The National

It may be hard to believe that The National has been at it for over two decades, but that’s the truth. The American indie rock band known for its richly textured soundscapes and brooding and melancholic style is headed to Seattle for a show in Marymoor Park.

When: June 4th
Where: 6046 West Lake Sammamish Pkwy NE, Redmond, WA
Cost: $56+

Larry June

June is a charismatic rapper hailing from San Francisco, California. With his laid-back flow and witty wordplay, he has garnered a dedicated following. Known for his smooth delivery and entrepreneurial spirit, Larry June’s music encapsulates the essence of West Coast vibes, full of feel-good energy.

When: June 5th
Where: 1303 NE 45th St
Cost: $112+

Yeah Yeah Yeahs

The Yeah Yeah Yeahs are an iconic New York City rock band that is of course emblematic of the early 2000s. Led by the charismatic Karen O, their dynamic sound merges punk, art rock, and indie pop. Known for their electrifying live performances and infectious hits like “Maps” and “Heads Will Roll,” the Yeah Yeah Yeahs have left an indelible mark on the alternative music scene and our brains.

When: June 7th
Where:  6046 West Lake Sammamish Pkwy NE, Redmond, WA
Cost: $64+

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Seal is an icon for sure. He’s also a British singer-songwriter, a soulful powerhouse known for his velvety-smooth vocals and heartfelt performances. With his distinct blend of pop, R&B, and soul, he has captivated audiences worldwide. You undoubtedly know his hits like “Kiss from a Rose” and “Crazy”, so why not hear them in person?

When: June 12th
Where: 911 Pine St
Cost: $45+

Bryson Tiller

Tiller is a talented American singer, rapper, and songwriter. Rising to fame with his debut album “Trapsoul,” he quickly became a prominent figure in contemporary R&B and has slowly released albums and solos since. You likely know him for his lyrics, smooth melodies, and signature blend of hip-hop and soul.

When: June 13th
Where: 1700 1st Ave S
Cost: 169+

Janet Jackson

We told you, June is full of icons. Jackson needs no introduction, her decades-long career has established her as a dominant force in pop music. Known for her powerful vocals and electrifying performances, Janet has left an indelible mark on the industry. Her hits like “Rhythm Nation” and “Together Again” showcase her versatility and undeniable talent, solidifying her status as a pop music legend.

When: June 21st
Where: 334 1st Ave N
Cost: $103+

Blink 182

Late last year we dropped the news that Blink 182 was coming to Seattle as part of their worldwide tour. Well, the time is almost here for one of the world’s favorite pop-punk bands to play their infectious tunes on stage. See members Mark Hoppus, Travis Barker, and even Tom DeLonge in person.

When: June 25th
Where: 334 1st Ave N
Cost: $119+

Indigo Girls

The Indigo Girls have been at it since the 80s! Their harmonious blend of heartfelt lyrics and intricate melodies has captivated audiences worldwide. Their socially conscious songs and poignant storytelling set them apart and have solicited them as icons of the folk music scene.

When: June 28th & 29th
Where: Woodland Park Zoo
Cost: $106+

Happy listening!