Three’s Company: Your Choice of Three Shows to Kick Off the Week

While Seattle always has several shows happening on any given night, we love it when there are just too many good shows to narrow it down to one recommendation for you. Today, luckily, is one of those days! Give your Monday a boost with one of the below fabulous shows happening tonight:

If you’re in the mood for indie piano rock from an incredibly talented female frontwoman, Deep Sea Diver is playing a free (that’s right, FREE) show tonight at High Dive. Jessica Dobson has been the brains behind the band for years now, but is finally starting to gain the recognition she deserves for her songwriting.

DEEP SEA DIVER – *CONFIDENCE* from Anchortapes on Vimeo.

5/2 Deep Sea Diver / The Black Whales / The Fling @ High Dive :: Doors at 8:00 PM :: FREE :: 21+

We’ve been fans of Jose Gonzalez for years, and Junip, his latest project, is proving to be a new all-time favorite. With Gonzalez’s signature calming vocals and dynamic instrumentation, the trio is on our must-see list.

5/2 Junip / Acrylics @ Neumos :: Tickets are $15 :: Doors at 8:00 PM :: 21+

We recently covered a surprise show the Fleet Foxes performed at the Columbia City Theater in advance of their two night stint at the Moore. Tonight’s show is completely sold out, however it looks like there are a few tickets left for tomorrow’s set. If you’re in the mood for pitch perfect harmonies, Fleet Foxes will be your best bet this week.

5/2 Fleet Foxes @ Moore Theater :: Doors at 7:30 PM :: Tickets are $33/Tonight is SOLD OUT :: All Ages

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