The Crocodile Opens in New, Larger Space

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After more than 20 months without live music, The Crocodile reopened its doors at its new location last week. Reporter Grace Madigan gives us a tour of the new spot.  


 
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Seattle’s historic Crocodile theater had its stage graced by Pearl Jam, Mudhoney and Nirvana early in their careers. Last year, the music venue’s lease was up and the landlord didn’t want to renew. With the commercial real estate market down due to the pandemic, The Crocodile decided it would shut its doors and reopen in a bigger space a few blocks away.

The new space has multiple stages and comes with a boutique hotel on the top floor. After more than 20 months without live music, The Crocodile reopened its doors at its new location last week. Reporter Grace Madigan gives us a tour of the new spot.  

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