November is a mix of some highly anticipated concerts as well as some artists that you may not be as familiar with. There’s a lot to listen to from grunge rock to pop, indie and even experimental. Here are 13 of the best concerts coming to Seattle this November.


Serpentwithfeet, is a genre-defying artist, who conjures ethereal soundscapes and poetic narratives that transcend conventional boundaries. His music is both haunting and angelic, with blends of R&B, gospel, and plenty of experimentation.

When: Wednesday, November 1st
Where: 1932 2nd Ave
Cost: $22.50

Faye Webster

Faye Webster’s indie folk sounds paint a sonic landscape with lyrical authenticity and vulnerability. Her soulful vocals and candid songwriting blend folk, alt-country and R&B for a unique and unforgettable sound.

When: Thursday, November 2nd
Where: 1700 1st Ave S
Cost: $133+

Freakout Festival

Freakout Festival takes place Thursday, November 2nd until Sunday, November 5th. Some of this year’s artists include The Gories, The Spits, and Acid Tongue. That being said, you’ll have no shortage of new bands to discover.

When: Thursday, November 2nd-Sunday, November 5th
Where: Multiple venues around Seattle
Cost: $45+

Burna Boy

Nigerian afro-fusion artist Burna Boy is headed to Climate Pledge Arena. Get ready for an evening of melded sounds and upbeat lyricism, all culminating for an energetic evening of listening and dancing.

When: Sunday, November 5th
Where: 334 1st Ave N
Cost: $69.50+


Iconic rock legends KISS are known for their flaming (literally) sets paired explosive performances and iconic makeup. With over four decades of rock ‘n’ roll, they remain one of the genre’s most identifiable bands.

When: Monday, November 6th
Where: 334 1st Ave N
Cost: $54+

Earl Sweatshirt

Earl Sweatshirt is known for his introspective lyricism and storytelling through the genre of hip-hop. His evolution from the Odd Future collective to solo prominence has solidified him as an influential force in the rap sphere.

When: Monday, November 6th
Where: 1700 1st Ave S
Cost: $55+

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Beach Fossils

Beach Fossils dream-pop melodies create hazy soundscapes that wash over listeners like ocean waves, hence the name… Their music embodies nostalgia and contemplation, for a perfectly chill evening of listening. They will also be joined by Turnover.

When: Wednesday, November 8th
Where: 1700 1st Ave S
Cost: $51+

Travis Scott

Travis Scott is well known for many reasons at this point. He is of course, a well known rapper and his show at Climate Pledge Arena is in support of his latest album.

When: Wednesday, November 8th
Where: 334 1st Ave N
Cost: $77+

Ms. Lauryn Hill & Fugees: Miseducation of Lauryn Hill 25th Anniv. Tour

Lauryn Hill needs no introduction as an iconic trailblazer in the music world. Her tales of love, empowerment, and social commentary have capitivated listeners for decades. What’s more, tickets are still available and not yet at resale prices.

When: Thursday, November 9th
Where: 334 1st Ave N
Cost: $69.50+


No it’s not 2008, it is in fact 2023 and the Jonas Brothers are touring. The brothers will be at Climate Pledge Arena, so if you’re up for some dancing, you can check it out and enjoy singing all of your favorite boy bands catchy tunes.

When: Friday, November 10th
Where: 334 1st Ave N
Cost: $59.95+

Nessa Barrett

TikTok’s Nessa Barrett blends easy going melodies with pop-rock sounds for catchy music that’s understandably popular. Her tickets are currently resale, however, said resale prices remain relatively low.

When: Wednesday, November 15th
Where: 1700 1st Ave S
Cost: $61+


Seattleites have a rare chance this month to hear one of the PNW’s most iconic and influential grunge rock bands. Mudhoney’s Saturday show on November 18th is sold out, however, there are still tickets for the Sunday show. The band will be joined by Hooveriii and dare we say this is one of the most iconic concerts in Seattle this November.

When: Sunday, November 19th
Where: 2505 1st Ave
Cost: $30

Built To Spill

Built to Spill are without a doubt pioneers of indie rock. Their music is loved by many with relatable lyricism supported by melody and distortion that creates an unforgettable sound.

When: Friday, November 24th
Where: 1426 1st Ave
Cost: $54+

Enjoy all the concerts in Seattle this November!