9 Seattle concerts to check out this weekend: January 31 to February 2

Jan 27 2020, 12:10 pm

Ho-hey! This weekend is throwing us straight into the most romantic month of the year. Grab your honey, take them out to one of these shows, and dance your way into February.

Here are nine Seattle concerts happening this weekend.

Friday, January 31


Headbangers, get ready for greatness and bass this weekend. The EDM legend himself, Excision, is making his way to Tacoma Dome for two days and is sure to bring along his trademarked beats and trippy visuals.

When: January 31 to February 1, 2020
Time: 7 pm
Where: Tacoma Dome
Admission: 18+; $145+; tickets are available online


Since the 70s, War has been captivating audiences with their Afro jazz-rock and soulful melodies. The seven-member lineup will be taking over Jazz Alley, with a four-night, five-show run.

When: January 30, February 1, 2, 3, 2020
Time: 9:30 pm
Where: 2033 Sixth Avenue, Seattle
Admission: $60+; tickets are available online

Samara Lennoxx

It’s easy being comfortable with Samara Lennoxx. The up-and-coming singer is best known for her sultry voice and cool beats. She’ll be joined by Manica, Da Queen of Everything, Britt Brutaly, and DJ Archie.

When: January 31, 2020
Time: 9 pm
Where: Screwdriver Bar — 2320 First Avenue, Seattle
Admission: 21+; $10; tickets are available online or in-person

Saturday, February 1


Come out for powerhouse hip hop with Queens-based rapper HOMEBOY SANDMAN and his gang Nacho Picasso, Onry Ozzborn, DIVEYEDE, and Quelle Chris. He’s appeared on tracks with 2 Hungry Bros., Paul White, Gensu Dean, Deacon the Villain, and more.

When: February 1 and 2, 2020
Time: 9 pm to 1 am
Where: High Dive Seattle — 513 North 36th Street, Seattle
Admission: 21+; $12+; tickets are available online and in-person

Seattle Women’s Chorus: Revolution 2020

In celebration of the 100th anniversary of the 19th Amendment, the right to vote, Seattle Women’s Chorus will be singing tunes that denounce the struggle for free and fair voting rights. (When the 19th Amendment was signed, it did not give all American’s the right to vote.) The chorus will be singing songs suck as R.O.C.K. in the USA, Revolution, and Lifting As We Climb.

When: February 1, 2020
Time: 2 pm and 8 pm shows
Where: Seattle First Baptist Church
Admission: All ages; $25+; tickets are available online


Boston-based hardcore punk band Slapshot has returned. After a hiatus, they’re back to celebrate their 35th anniversary with Tuning, Land of Wolves, and The Stuntmen.

When: February 1, 2020
Time: 8 pm
Where: El Corazon — 109 Eastlake Avenue East, Seattle
Admission: 21+; $16+; tickets are available online or in-person

Sunday, February 2

An Intimate Evening With Sarah McLachlan

Coming all the way from our North American sibling country, Canada, Sarah McLachlan is ready to wow the Seattle crowds. With seven albums and over 40 million copies sold worldwide, you’re sure to know at least a few of her songs.

When: February 2, 2020
Time: 7 pm
Where: S. Mark Taper Foundation Auditorium — Benaroya Hall
Admission: All ages; tickets are available by calling 206-215-4747

Nina Las Vegas

Nina Agzarian, better known as Nina Las Vegas, is a label head, producer, and DJ from Australia. She celebrates underground dance music from all over the world and has a residency on the BBC Radio One show, Diplo and Friends. She’ll be joined on tour with Ca$h Bandicoot and Yung Futon.

When: February 2, 2020
Time: 8 pm
Where: Barboza — Capitol Hill
Admission: 21+; $13+; tickets are available online and in-person

Keith Harkin

Keith Harkin knows how to fill a room with his quiet-yet-passionate tunes. Armed with just a guitar and microphone, get ready for a cozy and peaceful performance of both covers and original tunes.

When: February 2, 2020
Time: 7 to 10 pm
Where: Columbia City Theater — 4916 Rainier Avenue South, Seattle
Admission: $35+; tickets are available online