The June concert lineup for Seattle is a mix of 2000s throwbacks, as well as indie faves. If you’ve been waiting to see some memorable live shows, June just might be the month to get out there – especially if you’re a fan of Third Eye Blind, Taking Back Sunday, or Cage The Elephant. Here are 10 of the best concerts coming to Seattle this June!

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Yellow Claw and Flosstradamus

Kick off the month with Yellow Claw and Flosstradamus, described as “two titans of the trap music scene” who are “joining forces for a first ever collaborative tour that promises to be a monumental event in the realm of electronic dance music.” What better way to start June?

When: Saturday, June 1st, 2024
Where: Showbox SoDo, 1700 1st Avenue South
Cost: $44.50 – $54.50

Echo & The Bunnymen

Echo & The Bunnymen is arguably one of the most influential British bands in modern history. Celebrating their 40 year career, their tour will bring their top hits including The Killing Moon, Bring On The Dancing Horse, Never Stop, Seven Seas and Nothing Lasts Forever.

When: Monday, June 3rd, 2024
Where: Showbox SoDo, 1700 1st Avenue South
Cost: $49.50

Taking Back Sunday

Here’s a band to bring you some nostalgia for the 2000s, and they’re one of a couple this month! Taking Back Sunday are on a new tour after the release of their eighth studio album, 152, last year.

When: Wednesday, June 5th, 2024
Where: Showbox SoDo, 1700 1st Avenue South
Cost: $45

Frank Turner & The Sleeping Souls

Earlier this year, celebrated singer-songwriter Frank Turner announced his U.S. headline tour for May and June. Turner’s ‘Undefeated Tour’ will feature his long-standing band The Sleeping Souls, and they’re in Seattle in June.

When: Friday, June 7th, 2024
Where: Showbox SoDo, 1700 1st Avenue South
Cost: $36.50

Third Eye Blind, A R I Z O N A and Yellowcard

Third Eye Blind is bringing back the fourth edition of the Summer Gods Tour this June through August. Seattle gets to catch the tour near its start, on June 13th. Our fave band of the 90s/2000s, Third Eye Blind will be here with special guests Yellowcard and A R I Z O N A.

When: Thursday, June 13th, 2024
Where: Wamu Theater at Lumen Field Event Center
Cost: $45.50+

Vampire Weekend

If A-Punk is your theme song still, you’ll be happy to hear that Vampire Weekend is on a 2024 tour in support of their album “Only God Above Us.” The band is playing Climate Pledge Arena this June.

When: Thursday, June 20th, 2024
Where: Climate Pledge Arena
Cost: $47+

Iron & Wine

Iron & Wine released his latest album ‘Light Verse’ in April, and is heading on a North American tour. The beloved indie singer/songwriter, aka Sam Beam, is in Seattle later in June.

When: Thursday, June 20th, 2024
Where: The Paramount Theatre, 911 Pine Street
Cost: $35+

Cage The Elephant

GRAMMY Award winning rock band Cage The Elephant are having a big spring this year. Not only do they have the release of their sixth studio album, Neon Pill (May 17), they also have a 45-date North American summer tour. The big tour stops in Seattle in June.

When: Saturday, June 22nd, 2024
Where: Climate Pledge Arena
Cost: $54

Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs

Just in time for Pride, A Club Called Rhonda is back for its second year, and you can expect music by Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs, Ideal Black Female, and SHT TLK.

When: Saturday, June 28th, 2024
Where: Harry’s Fine Foods, 601 Bellevue Ave
Cost: $45+

Queer Pride Festival

Speaking of Pride, wrap up the month at Queer Pride Festival. On Friday, June 28, you can expect Santigold, La Goony Chonga, and Shea Couleé. Following that, on Saturday, June 29, Canada’s pop identical twins Tegan and Sara will he adline along with Perfume Genius and Juliette and the Licks.

As for the final day on Sunday, June 30th, Rico Nasty, Slayyyter, and Coco and Breezy will all take the stage.

When: Friday, June 28 to Sunday, June 30, 2024
Where: 11th Avenue, between E. Pike St. & Pine St.
Cost: $59+

Get out there and enjoy these concerts in Seattle this June!