You may remember last November when it was announced that one of Seattle’s most iconic venues, The Crocodile, would be moving after 29 years. Well, that move has been completed and after months of hard work and surviving the pandemic, the new and improved Croc is ready to open. Come December 1st, you’ll be able to return and experience a whole new venue.

Seriously, the new Croc is big. It has a “750 capacity showroom, 300 capacity venue, 100 capacity seated comedy club and theater, 2 restaurant bars, and a 17 room hotel in the former Sailors Union of the Pacific Hall.” That means you’ll be able to enjoy The Crocodile, Madame Lou’s, Here-After, The Society, and Hotel Crocodile all under one roof.

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From a gritty grunge venue to a brand spanking new multi-venue establishment, The Crocodile will continue to be a destination for music lovers for generations to come. And if you’re looking to see a show at the new venue some of the bigger artists coming through are Larry June on December 6th, Machine Girl on January 26th, and Boy Harsher on February 10th. Between those shows, you’ll find all sorts of opportunities to attend fun trivia and tribute nights as well.

If you’ve yet to see a live concert this year, consider checking one out at The Crocodile. After all, you can never go wrong supporting a local venue, especially this one. If you’d like to learn more you can click below.

The Crocodile

When: Reopening December 1st
Where: 2505 1st Ave