Best Seattle Shows of the Weekend [9/6-9/8]


Nothing like a wealth of great live music options to cap off a short work week that was preceded by one of the best city festivals in the nation. (Speaking of Bumbershoot, be sure to check out our photo sets to revel in the last great sunny weekend of summer.)

Moving on to the present and close future, we’ve got some excellent old and new favorites to mark the start of the holiday season for music fans that is autumn touring season.

Take a scroll through our picks below and share the post with your friends to let them where they’ll be able to find you this weekend.

9/6 (Friday) Sonny & The Sunsets, Love As Laughter, Memories @ Tractor Tavern

Garage-tinged beach pop from San Francisco

9/6 (Friday) Bleached, Bleeding Rainbow @ Barboza

Garagey surf pop from two L.A. sisters who know how to put on a great live show

9/7 (Saturday) Ty Segall, Mike Donovan, Night Beats @ Neumos

One of the kings of San Francisco’s garage rock revival scene brings his showmanship and intense shredding to Neumos

9/7 (Satuday) Bonnie “Prince” Billy, Mount Eerie @ Neptune Theatre

The always enigmatic Will Oldham returns to Seattle bringing his rich back catalogue, some of which was given a reworked, second life on his latest EP “Now Here’s My Plan”

9/8 (Sunday) The Dodos, The Love Language @ Neumos

Highly percussive often acoustic riff-driven rock from San Francisco

9/8 (Sunday) Bright White Lightning, All Your Sisters, So Pitted, Pentaglam @ Narwhal

Some of the finest music you’ll hear from any Seattle band using “guitars, a drumkit, and irrelevant technology”

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