Seattle is the birthplace of a lot of music and genres, including Bing Crosby, Nirvana, Pearl Jam, Jimmy Hendrix, and Soundgarden, just to name a few. Some of the most iconic shows were played in Washington as well, it launched some into stardom.

So looking to the future, and all the amazing music that has come out in the past years, we're excited to see live shows return to the Pacific North West. We took a look at the concert calendar and found the top 5 shows you have to see when they come to town.

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5.) Watershed Gorge, George, July 29th-31st

Arguably the biggest country music festival in the Pacific North West, the biggest names in country music come from all over looking to put on the best show of their life. You can even see the next big names coming from the country music world at the Next From Nashville stage!

4.) Russell Dickerson Washington State Fair, Puyallup Sep 12th

Creating some of the biggest hits and catchiest tunes in Country music over the last five years. Lucky for us he's coming to play at the Washington State Fair this September

3.)  Backstreet Boys Aug 12th White River, Auburn 

One of the biggest Boy Bands the world has seen is coming to play at White River Amphitheater. For anyone who grew up in the 90s or early 2000s, this is for sure a bucket list show you don't wanna miss.

 

2.) Alice In Chains, Bush, Sep 2nd, Ridgefield

One of the founding fathers of Grunge is hitting the stage in Ridgefield Washington and they're bringing the iconic bands Breaking Benjamin and Bush along for the ride. If you want to see a piece of history live and up close this is your chance.

1.) Post Malone Nov 5th Climate Pledge, Seattle 

At number one it's the biggest name in music right now, he may be a hip hop artist but is rooted in rock and country music playing both at his shows alongside his award-winning albums. Post Malone is coming to Seattle, Climate Pledge arena for a show that you can check off your bucket list.

 

 

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