2018 Seattle Concert Tickets

Seattle WA Concert Tickets

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Seattle, located in Washington State, is the seat of King County and one of the main coastal seaports in the United States. It is also known as one of the largest cities in the area of the Pacific Northwest and the largest city on the West Coast region. Initially, logging was one of the forerunning trade industries in the city but by the end of the 19th century, shipbuilding, commerce and trade began to boom. After the damages caused by the Great Depression and the Second World War, Seattle began to experience economic growth as well as growth in the fields of telecommunications, biotechnology and software. In addition to this, through the years, Seattle has gained a rich musical history and was home to the jazz scene which influenced the likes of Quincy Jones and Ray Charles and is also home to a rich Indie Rock scene.

With its rich musical history, it is natural for Seattle to have an abundance of venue places to host local and foreign performances. The Paramount Theatre, a performing arts venue located in the downtown district of Seattle, can seat an approximate of 2,807 people. The theatre was made open to the public on the 1st of March 1928 and on the 9th of October 1974, it was finally included in the National Register of Historic Places in the United States of America and is currently known as an official landmark in Seattle.

Another historical venue landmark in the City of Seattle is the 5th Avenue Theatre, also known as the 5th. Located within the Skinner Building, this historical theatre is now part of the National Register of Historic Places in the United States. Since its initially opening to the public in 1926, it has since then played host to numerous motion pictures and theatre productions. The 5th Avenue Theatre is currently being used as a place to showcase touring Broadway musicals as well as original shows hosted by the 5th Avenue Theatre Association.

The Key Arena is located within the Northern side of the downtown district of Seattle. As part of the Seattle Center, a large entertainment complex, it is usually utilized as a venue for professional wrestling, circus shows, ice shows, concerts and other large public events. The Key Area can sit an approximate of 17,072 during basketball games, about 16,000 to 17,000 for large concerts. There are three spectator areas within the arena which include the upper level, the lower level and the luxury suites. Asides from being a venue for public events, the Key Arena is home to the Men’s Basketball Team of Seattle University and the Women’s National Basketball Association’s Seattle Storm.

Seattle, located in Washington State, is the seat of King County and one of the main coastal seaports in the United States. It is also known as one of the largest cities in the area of the Pacific Northwest and the largest city on the West Coast region. Initially, logging was one of the forerunning trade industries in the city but by the end of the 19th century, shipbuilding, commerce and trade began to boom. After the damages caused by the Great Depression and the Second World War, Seattle began to experience economic growth as well as growth in the fields of telecommunications, biotechnology and software. In addition to this, through the years, Seattle has gained a rich musical history and was home to the jazz scene which influenced the likes of Quincy Jones and Ray Charles and is also home to a rich Indie Rock scene.

With its rich musical history, it is natural for Seattle to have an abundance of venue places to host local and foreign performances. The Paramount Theatre, a performing arts venue located in the downtown district of Seattle, can seat an approximate of 2,807 people. The theatre was made open to the public on the 1st of March 1928 and on the 9th of October 1974, it was finally included in the National Register of Historic Places in the United States of America and is currently known as an official landmark in Seattle.

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