A Month of Seattle Concerts

A Month of Seattle Concerts

There is always a great concert happening in Seattle. We should consider ourselves lucky that we don’t live in a tiny town where once every ten years a Guns & Roses cover band performs. Every month we have the chance to absorb some great music and this month is no different. Here are December's upcoming concerts any music lover shouldn’t miss.

Deck the Hall Ball: Tuesday, December 6th @ Key Arena
Deck the Hall Ball
Once again, 107.7 The End’s Deck the Hall Ball returns to the Key Arena. Last year, we were graced with bands like Twenty One Pilots, Alabama Shakes and Cage the Elephant and this year is looking just as fine with headliners like Empire of the Sun, The Head and The Heart, Jimmy Eat World, Phantogram, Band of Horses and more. This holiday themed concert is the perfect way to enjoy some quality music and start getting in the holiday spirit.

Snoop Dogg: Thursday, December 8th @ Paramount Theatre
No matter who you are, you know the name Snoop Dogg. This man is one of the pioneers of west coast rap and is 20+ years into an insanely prosperous career. Snoop Dogg recently announced the Puff Puff Pass Tour Part 2 which includes himself along with a few of his friends including Bone thugs-N-Harmony, Warren G, Tha Dogg Pound, DJ Quik and more.

Porter Robinson & Madeon: Saturday, December 10th @ WaMu Theatre
Porter Robinson and Madeon Seattle
These two electronic producers have been on tour since late September and wouldn’t you know it? Their Seattle show is the last stop of their North American tour. This concert will not merely be two DJs sharing a set of CDJs, bouncing back and forth between the popular club hits but rather two amazingly talented artists at the top of their level. Be ready for lots of live edits, insane visuals, vocal performances and of course, plenty of goose bumps and feels to go around.

The Senate: Tuesday, December 22nd and Wednesday, December 23rd @ Jazz Alley
The Senate
Photo Credit: Benjamin Drummond

The Senate is an acoustic trio that was formed some many years back by three Seattleites, Nick Drummond, Oliver Franklin and Andrew Pulkrabek. Since their inception, each member has pursued solo careers but they still reunite for a couple live shows a year. These performances have been described as pure magic and don’t let the term “acoustic” fool you. These gentleman can and will get down. In 2010, during an interview with The Seattle Times, Franklin landed on the term “face-melting, acoustic rippage” to describe their sound. From what I can hear, this term is right on the money.

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