Ready to start late spring with some rocking tunes. There are tons of concerts happening in Seattle this May. From pop to indie rock and more, we’ve got you covered. Here are 10 of the best concerts coming to Seattle this May.


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: May 1st
Where: 901 Pine St
Cost: $90+

The Flaming Lips

Do You Realize?? The opportunity you have here to see one of America’s fave psychedelic rock bands? Yes, this is a show you should definitely go see.

When: May 4th
Where: 1700 1st Ave S
Cost: $50


If you’re looking to listen to some bops in May you can’t go wrong with Slayyyter. The up-and-coming pop star will be taking over Neumos for a night of dance-worthy tunes.

When: May 11th
Where: 925 East Pike Street
Cost: $21.25

Sigur Ros

The Icelandic post-rock band is gracing Seattle with their presence this May. Due to their popularity most available tickets are resale so expect to pay a little extra if you’re planning on going.

When: May 13th & 14th
Where: 911 Pine St
Cost: $110+


Homeshake is here to shake things up… a bad joke but the artist aka Peter Sagar is going to give Seattle a night of tunes to remember. You’ll also be able to hear from Salami Rose Joe Louis.

When: May 17th
Where: 2505 1st Ave
Cost: $25

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Kurt Vile

Alternative/Indie rock star Kurt Vile is heading to Tacoma to give Washingtonians a rocking evening. Jam out to your old faves and some newer songs as well.

When: May 18th
Where: 565 Broadway, Tacoma, WA
Cost: $78+


No Scrubs, Waterfalls, Creep… how could you not go see some of the most iconic songs of the 90s performed live.

When: May 17th
Where: 2402 Auburn Way S
Cost: $75


One of England’s most iconic rock bands is coming all the way to Seattle. Grove out to all of your favorites and enjoy the opportunity to see a part of music history.

When: May 19th
Where: 911 Pine St
Cost: $45+

Jenny Hval

A sway-worthy night is what you’ll get from Jenny Hval. The Norwegian singer-songwriter is heading to Seattle for her new album Classic Objects.

When: May 20th
Where: 925 East Pike Street
Cost: $20

Molchat Doma

If you’ve been on TikTok in the past year then you’ve definitely heard Molchat Doma. The Belarusian darkwave/post-punk band has blown up in the past few years and is probably worth attending.

When: May 23rd
Where: 925 E Pike St
Cost: $148+

Happy music going!