We all love starting the weekend on a high note so we thought we’d take a peek at some of the concerts you’ll be able to see in Seattle soon. As more and more of the country cautiously reopens, more concerts and being announced. So here are all the new concerts you can check out in Seattle this year and next.

James Blake: Friends That Break Your Heart Tour

Chances are that you’re familiar with James Blake thanks to his global popularity. He’s collaborated with artists like Mount Kimbie, Bon Iver, Kendrick Lamar, Beyoncé, Vince Staples, Frank Ocean, and Travis Scott. There’s no doubt this will be a great concert.

When: Sept 22nd, 2021
Where: The Paramount Theatre, 911 Pine Street
Cost: TBA

$uicideboy$: Greyday Tour

This tour is sure to have you moving, not only will you hear tunes from Southern rap ground $uicideboy$ but also Chief Keef, slowthai, Turnstile, Night Lovell, Germ, Shakewell, Ramirez, and CHETTA. That’s a lineup if we’ve seen one. Don’t miss out on one of the year’s best opportunities to dance the night away.

When: November 3rd, 2021
Where: WaMu Theater, 800 Occidental Ave S
Cost: $39.95+

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Caroline Polachek

Polachek is undoubtedly an indie-pop favorite between her time in the band Chairlift and her solo work now. Her songs are dreamy and extremely catchy making her concerts somewhat otherwordly. Not to mention she’ll be touring with French musician Oklou so this is a concert you don’t want to miss.

When: December 15th, 2021
Where:  The Showbox, 1426 1st Ave
Cost: $25

Hippo Campus

Indie rock and spring seem like a more obvious combo than florals and spring. If you’re into the genre you probably need no explanation as to who Hippo Campus is. Enjoy the opportunity to dance along to hits like “Buttercup”, “Bad Dream Baby”, “Bambi” and more.

When: April 5th, 2022
Where: Showbox SoDo, 1700 1st Avenue S
Cost: $28

Son Lux

If you’re into all things experimental then you’ll probably want to snag tickets to see Son lux. The American experimental band is going to grace the stage at the Neptune late next spring. Enjoy hits like “Easy”, “Lost It To Trying”, “Let Me Follow” and more.

When: May 10th, 2022
Where: Neptune Theatre, 1303 NE 45th St
Cost: TBA

We hope you enjoy these concerts and are able to snag tickets. Fingers crossed that even more tour dates are announced in Seattle soon as we know there are all sorts of artists you guys are dying to see. Have a great weekend folks.