What was the last concert you attended before the pandemic? If it's been over a year since you've been to a live show, then this summer, fall, and winter have got you bombarded with concerts, comedians, and musicals to venture out to see. The following list has a little bit of something for everyone, including banda, country, smooth jazz, comedians, rock, EDM, alt-rock, and more.

The Gorge: 
Watershed 2021 (July 30th-August 1st)
Sheryl Crow and Brandi Carlisle (August 14th
Phish (August 27th-August 29th)
Dave Mathews Band (September 3rd-September 5th)
KISS:
Beyond Wonderland (EDM) (October 1st)

The ShowBox:
Counting Crows (Pavilion at Riverfront, Marymoor Park) August 28 & August 29
Tanya Tucker October 8th
Dan + Shay October 28 & October 29

The Paramount Theater:
Broadway Musicals: Jesus Christ Superstar (October 5th-10th), Mean Girls (November 16th-21st)
Herbie Hancock (September 21st)
Randy Rainbow (September 23rd)
Hasan Minhaj (November 12th)
Alton Brown: Beyond the Eats (November 27th)
Smokey Robinson (December 3rd)
Jim Gaffigan (December 15th-19th)

Climate Pledge Arena (formerly Key Arena): 
Trevor Noah (November 26th)
Eric Church (October 30th)
Andrea Bocelli (November 3rd)
Florida Georgia Line (November 20th)

TMobile Park (Formerly Safeco Field): 
Green Day, Weezer, Fall Out Boy (September 6th)
Def Leppard, Mötley Crüe, Poison, Joan Jett & The Blackhearts (August 31st)

Dimitrou's Jazz Alley:
Najee (June 17th-June 20th)
Arturo Sandoval (June 22nd-June 25th)
Kenny G (July 15th-July 18th)
Mindy Abair (June 24th-June 27th)

WaMu Theater: 
Banda MS (June 19th)
Brothers Osborne (October 22nd)

Neptune Theater:
Whitney Cummings (December 4th)

McCaw Hall: 
Patton Oswalt (December 31st)

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