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probably my favorite venue in seattle
Great space. Ok sound.
Although it has had its ups and downs in times past, today it remains active as a significant contributor to Seattle's music scene, presenting more than 200 concerts per year
Founded 1939, The Showbox is one of the town's few extant entertainment venues. It has provided local music fans a diverse offering of music over the decades in the storied ballroom
Saw a twenty one pilots concert here, and I was in the back on a balcony. Even then, the view was still great! It is a reasonably small place but I would recommend it to anyone! :D
Perfect medium size venue. Big enough for the big guys while simultaneously feeling intimate. Saw the roots here on 12/28. Amazing.
Best venue in seattle. Anywhere you stand it's a good seat. Love it!
Beautiful venue in the heart of the city. Prepare for panhandlers if you're expecting a queue.
I saw Tim and Eric here a few years ago and the sound was killer. Great sounding venue and a decent staff.
This is a Seattle staple- go see a show here. Many famous musicians have graced the stage, and its size keeps the shows intimate. Tip- getting tickets at box office saves tons (no ticketmaster fees).
Don't piss off the door guy, the bartender or the woman at the entry to the women's bathroom......they are all pretty angry here...
My grandma used to dance here. Dancefloor is suspended by cables... Or was.
Get there early and grab a table.
July 27, 2012 - Check out Neon Trees, Penguin Prison, and JJAMZ at the NYLON + Starbucks Summer Music Tour!
If you get to the "Green Room" bar before they open doors, you can skip waiting in the lines for concerts outside. Bar attenders are given numbers when they arrive that let them into the venue first.
Wear your dancing shoes and get ready to party when Walk the Moon opens for Kaiser Chiefs here on March 23, 2012!
$7 PBR?!? Piss off
Need two tickets!
Great place, been there once w.friend Scott. Lost contact, anyone know Scott Stumbaugh ? A hippy dude hmm 56 y/o.If you do,would appreciate it, thanks firstname.lastname@example.org
You can only have drinks in the bar area. Say whaaaat? (Other than that, fabulous environment!)
The setup is a lot better here then the SoDo one.
Water station, with cups, at stage end of left bar.
One of the best venues in Seattle to see a show.
Amex Travel tip: This art deco gem was integral to the Grunge Era & is the birthplace to bands like Pearl Jam.
Don't see Above & Beyond here if you don't like to have the beat time of your LIFE!
nicest security of any club in Seattle
They oversell shows here, so line up early if you want a seat.
Also not a bad place to work
If you get there late, hang out in the bar on the left side of the stage for the best view.
Showbox SoDo is so much nicer than this dump. Way better sound, too.
$1 off beers for fans of '80s new wave. You must demonstrate knowledge of the genre.
Try the Wednesday special: half off well drinks for overweight men in Black Flag T-shirts.
This is the only bar in Seattle which still allows smoking indoors.
There is actually an underground tunnel to the Pike Place Market through which bathtub gin was secreted during Prohibition.
Come watch the fish throwers.
Local legend has it that The Showbox sits atop an underground cathedral built with the bones of failed Seattle grunge bands.
The stage is made of solid gold.
On 02/11/2011 the Decibel Sponsored Creatures from the Black Abyss Tour stops here! Featuring Cradle of Filth, Nachtmystium, Turisas and Daniel Lioneye
My favorite Seattle venue of all time! Great memories there. Create some of your own!
From the Jazz Age to the Grunge Era, the storied ballroom has featured shows by touring icons such as Duke Ellington, Muddy Waters and the Ramones.
Rude employees, cheap surroundings, manager is a total pos. Its not worth your time and money. Do not come here an expect to have 'fun'.
Buying tix at the box office saves you the from the ridiculous service fees from ticketmaster.
Is the event there on 9/3 going to be good?
Keep on rocking in the free world.
After the show, get a Monster Dog with cream cheese and onions. No, really.