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Patti Smith // photo by Brittney Bollay (view set)

Monday, January 19th

Patti Smith at the Moore Theatre // All Ages (more info)

Black Breath, Harm’s Way, Theories, Ill Intent, Earth Control, Wreck at Chop Suey // 21+ (more info)

Tuesday, January 20th

Death Cab for Cutie, Say Hi at the Crocodile // All Ages SOLD OUT (more info)

Russian Circles, Mamifer at Neumos // 21+ (more info)

Wednesday, January 21st

Mates of State, Fictionists at the Tractor Tavern // 21+ (more info)

Gabriel Teodros, Dex Amora, Shakiah, EarDr.Umz The MetroGnome at the Crocodile // 21+ (more info)

Thursday, January 22nd

Hail Mary Mallon (Aesop Rock + Rob Sonic), Homeboy Sandman at Neumos // All Ages SOLD OUT (more info)

Cult of Youth, Hive Mind, KA, Haunted Horses at the Highline // 21+ (more info)

Haunted Summer, Goodbye Heart, Golden Gardens at the Columbia City Theater // 21+ (more info)

Friday, January 23rd

Beacon at Barboza // 21+ (more info)

Polyrhythmics at Nectar Lounge // 21+ (more info)

The 20th Annual Seattle Invitationals of Elvis Impersonators at The Crocodile // 21+ (more info)

Murder Vibes, Jamie Aaron Aux, Navvi at Columbia City Theater // 21+ (more info)

The Tom Price Desert Classic at the Highline // 21+ (more info)

Saturday, January 24th

The Vaselines, Loch Lomond at Neumos // 21+ (more info)

It’s Gonna Blow!!! San Diego’s Music Underground 1986-1996 at the Grand Illusion Cinema // All Ages (more info)

Kingdom of the Holy Sun, Bigfoot Wallace & His Wicked Sons, Low Hums at The Sunset // 21+ (more info)

Whitey Morgan & the 78's w/ Joe Fletcher at the Tractor Tavern // 21+ (more info)

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