We’re excited to announce that concerts are officially back in Seattle. But as you know by now, things will look pretty different. And that includes some pretty unique venues. In fact, the concert we’re talking about is happening inside The Museum of Flight. Yes, you read that right.

This concert is happening in partnership with The Museum of Flight and Sessions In Place plus a few other tech providers. So the airplane hanger where this will take place is actually known as  The Museum of Flight Aviation Pavillion. It’s right next door to Boeing Field and that’s pretty dang cool if you ask us.

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Posted by Safe & Sound Seattle, SPC on Thursday, March 11, 2021

The show’s headliner is The Black Tones with special guest Payge Turner. And this show has been expertly planned to be socially distanced and COVID-19 safe. Not to mention, the Pavillion where the concert is happening is also where the museum holds its rare planes. So you’ll get to enjoy music while also being in pretty much the coolest venue imaginable.

If you’d like to learn more about Safe & Sound and their new concert venue you can click here. Sadly the first show is sold out but we have a feeling there will be many more in the future. Who knows who will be playing next!

Safe and Sound Presents: The Black Tones

When: Sunday, March 28th – Doors open at 6:30 PM