6 concerts in Seattle this weekend: February 28 to March 1

Feb 24 2020, 1:37 pm

It’s time to march into March. Well, more so dance into March.

Waltz your way into the weekend, and party it up at one of these six Seattle shows.

Friday, February 28

Falling in Reverse

Your teenage self is screaming at this post-hardcore, pop-punk listing. Whether you love or hate Ronnie Radke, don’t miss out on one hell of a show at the Showbox SoDo. They’ll be performing with The Word Alive and Escape the Fate.

When: February 28, 2020
Time: 7 pm
Where: Showbox SoDo
Admission: Tickets available online

Hollow Coves

Australian indie-folk band, Hollow Coves, are ready to whisk you beachside as you listen to their simple melodic tunes. If the beautiful sounds of their voices don’t make you swoon, Matt’s blonde locks sure will.

When: February 28, 2020
Time: 7 pm
Where: Columbia City Theater — 4916 Rainier Avenue S, Seattle
Admission: Tickets available online

Saturday, February 29

Paw Print: A Benefit Concert for Homeward Pet Adoption Center

For just $15, come watch four hard-hitting bands while helping out the Homeward Pet Adoption Center. The benefit concert features Grieves, Mouse Powell, Campana, JAGA, and Diveyede.

When: February 29, 2020
Time: 8 pm
Where: The Crocodile
Admission: Tickets available online

Trebled Assets

Catch Trebled Assets with Fleetwood WACC, The Deliverables, and Emily Palmer at Sunset Tavern. Trebled Assets are a group of MBA musicians known to perform small Seattle shows while they complete their degrees — they’re great though, we promise. Fleetwood WACC and other openers are all locals, as well.

When: February 29, 2020
Time: 8 pm
Where: Sunset Tavern
Admission: Tickets available online

Sunday, March 1

Echosmith

If you wish that you could be like the cool kids, join them at the Echosmith concert. The group of siblings performs with synths, keys, guitars, bass, drums, and of course, vocals. The night opens with Weathers and Jayden Bartels.

When: March 1, 2020
Time: 8 pm
Where: The Neptune Theatre
Admission: Tickets available online

American Nightmare

You may think that the American nightmare is working a nine-to-five, seven days a week, but you’d be wrong. The real American Nightmare is a hardcore punk band from Boston, performing at The Showbox.

When: March 1, 2020
Time: 7 pm
Where: The Showbox
Admission: Tickets available online