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Guide: 15 must-see concerts in Seattle this October

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It’s that time again folks, we’re back with our list of October concerts in Seattle! We always pick good ones, but this roundup is especially solid. Honestly, the month is jam-packed with some incredible shows, from rappers to underground artists and DJs!

Here are 15 October concerts in Seattle that you should check out.

Lana Del Rey

The queen of disaffected teens from the midwest. Feel some feels at a concert named after America’s most popular illustrator.

When: October 2
Where: WAMU Theater
Tickets: $109 for verified resale tickets

Boy & Bear

This well-known Australian indie band is coming out with a new album on September 27, and has released a couple of songs to get people excited. Guess what? It worked.

When: October 3
Where: Sunset Tavern
Tickets: $25

Charli XCX

We’ll call Charli XCX a post-modern pop star, since she continually denies the usual trappings of the genre. A restless collaborator with a great sound, this is definitely someone you wanna see.

When: October 4
Where: The Showbox
Tickets: $64.75 for resale

Logic, JID and YBN Cordae

While Logic is going to be the major draw for this (and rightfully so), we’d be remiss if we didn’t say that we’re way more excited for the openers. JID and Cordae are both rap heavyweights in the making, and you can see both in one night.

When: October 8
Where: WAMU Theater
Tickets: $52

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Klaus Johann Grobe

This Swiss duo is coming to Seattle for the first time this October. With origins in Krautrock, they’ve expanded into disco and chillwave. Honestly, you won’t even know that they’re singing a different language- that’s how hard you’ll be vibing.

When: October 8
Where: High Dive
Tickets: $13

Injury Reserve

An overlooked, but extremely fun, rap group. If you don’t lose your mind to ‘Oh Sh*t!’ then you need to give your head a shake. One of the hardest tracks of the past decade, hands down.

When: October 10
Where: Neumos
Tickets: $17

Four Tet

An absolutely legendary DJ coming all the way from the UK to perform. Seriously, Four Tet has worked with practically everyone in the industry, from Jamie XX to Thom Yorke.

When: October 10
Where: Showbox SoDo
Tickets: $23

Maribou State

Another critically acclaimed British powerhouse in the electronic world, with backing from the likes of Annie Mac, Pete Tong, and Mixmag. Honestly, we’re suprised the show isn’t sold out.

When: October 11
Where: The Showbox
Tickets: $19.99

BIG K.R.I.T.

A new Southern legend, who has worked with the likes of Ludacris and Bun B. With influences stemming from Scarface, UGK and Outkast, this is the perfect show for those who want to show the south some love.

When: October 12
Where: Neptune Theater
Tickets: $23.50

Sum 41

Relive the glory of the early 2000s with Sum 41. Honestly, we would love to be able to scream sing the lyrics to ‘In Too Deep’ at the show.

When: October 13
Where: Showbox SoDo
Tickets: $35

The Who

If you’ve ever wanted to see this iconic British rock band, now’s your opportunity. While this is not ‘officiall’y their farewell tour, you might not want to risk it with a band that’s been around since the 60s.

When: October 19
Where: T-Mobile Park
Tickets: $59.95

jpegmafia

Peggy is back, and he’s bringing his completely unique sound and performance style with. Wonder what would happen if you rolled metal, hip hop and electro into one person? jpegmafia is your answer.

When: October 20
Where: Neumos
Tickets: $22

Kero Kero Bonito

A quirky synthpop band, Kero Kero Bonito is enjoying a relatively niche but devoted following. Go check them out and see if you’re part of that group, you might just be.

When: October 24
Where: Neptune Theater
Tickets: $20.50

Brockhampton

This ‘boy band’ has seen incredible success since first metting on KTT (KanyeToThe) forums back in the day. Now, they boast a unique sound and a huge following of fans. New age boy band, indeed.

When: October 27
Where: WaMu Theater
Tickets: $36.95

Danny Brown

With a singular sound, Danny Brown has earned his place amongst rap’s most notable members. And, his upcoming album was executive produced by Q-Tip of A Tribe Called Quest. Honestly, this might be our top pick of the month.

When: October 31
Where: The Showbox
Tickets: $27.50

Nice, this is a pretty solid (if a little rap-heavy) guide to October concerts in Seattle for you to check out. We’re super excited about getting to see Danny Brown, who are you putting on your list?

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