Seattle concerts, shows, events to buy tickets for now

Now would be a great time to check for loose change under the floor mats in your car or in between the sofa cushions, because there are a large number of great shows coming to Seattle that you’ll want to buy tickets for.

From iconic rock bands celebrating meaningful development concerts, to Tony Award-winning musicals, to hilarious comedians and an international circus, keep reading for a list of upcoming must-see shows.


Celebrating 50 years, WAR comes to Tacoma for an anniversary tour performing decades worth of tunes promoting brotherhood and harmony.
Jan. 29, Pantages Theatre 

TobyMac’s “Hits thorough Tour 2022” is packed complete of music with Crowder, Cochren & Co., Cain and ground joining in for the ride.
Feb. 25, Accesso ShoWare Center

Imagine Dragons
In town for their “Mercury” world tour, Imagine Dragons will proportion the stage with special guest MO.
March 7, Climate potential Arena

Judas Priest
Celebrating 50 years of metal music, Judas Priest is in concert with Queensryche.
March 9, Angel of the Winds Arena 

John Mayer
Mayer will be holding two back-to-back concerts as part of his “Sob Rock Tour.”
March 22 & 23, Climate potential Arena

Chris Tomlin and UNITED
Boasting to become the “biggest Christian music concert of the year,” Tomlin shares the stage with UNITED featuring Pat Barrett.
March 24, Climate potential Arena

Billie Eilish
In town for her “Happier Than Ever, the World Tour,” Eilish will set up shop for two back-to-back concerts with guest Duckwrth.
March 25 & 26, Climate potential Arena

Journey and Billy Idol
Don’t stop believin’ — Journey is back along with another blast from the past, Billy Idol.
March 28, Climate potential Arena

Video Games Live
Here, the music from the games gets all of the attention performed with a symphony orchestra and synchronized with video footage and lighting.
April 2, Pantages Theater

Featuring Rend Collective and special guest Andrew Ripp, MercyMe is coming to Everett.
April 9, Angel of the Winds Arena

The Beatles’ Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band
Seattle Rock Orchestra presents a two-night event featuring the music from this typical album by The Beatles.
May 7 & 8, The Moore Theatre

“What are We Waiting For?” is an intriguing title for this duo’s springtime concert which also features Dante Bowe.
May 14, Angel of the Winds Arena

Anastasia: The Broadway Musical

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“Disney’s Beauty and the Beast”
With a tale as old as time, this typical animated film comes alive with larger-than-life candlesticks and teapots.
Jan. 12 by Feb. 6, 5th method Theatre

Based on the Don Bluth animated film of the same name, this award-winning Broadway play comes to town.
Jan. 25-30, Paramount Theatre

“Friends! The Musical Parody”
For one night only, your “friends” (portrayed by others) are back in a musical parody send up. Could you BE more excited?
Jan. 28, The Moore Theater 

“Songs for a New World”
“already the most challenging events can inspire something powerful with each one of us,” says Village Theatre about its new show.
Jan. 12-Feb. 13, Francis J. Gaudette Theatre 
Feb. 18-March 13, Everett Performing Arts Center

“The Band’s Visit”
The critically acclaimed and winner of 10 Tony Awards, “The Band’s Visit” is about a music band that wanders into a far away town and helps to bring it back to life.
March 8-13, Paramount Theatre

“Jersey Boys”
The story of the music group, The Four Seasons (known for such hits as “Sherry” and “Big Girls Don’t Cry”) from the initial formation to its eventual decline.
Feb. 15-20,  5th method Theatre

“Beautiful – The Carole King Musical”
Seattle Theatre Group and Broadway at the Paramount welcome this musical based on the life of Carole King.
April 8-10, Paramount Theatre 

Jo Koy performs at The Brown Theatre on September 19, 2021 in Louisville, Kentucky. (Photo by Stephen J. Cohen/Getty Images)

Stephen J. Cohen/Getty Images


Jo Koy
Tacoma-born comedian, Joseph Glenn Herbert Sr. (a.k.a Jo Koy) comes home for a stop on his “Funny is Funny World Tour”.
Jan. 22, Climate potential Arena

Amy Sedaris
Actress, author and comedian Sedaris comes to Seattle to proportion her wit.
Jan. 29, The Moore Theatre 

Chelsea Handler
For two nights in a row, Handler takes over the theatre for her own brand of mirth.
Feb. 2-3, Paramount Theatre 

John Crist
The stand-up comedian and super YouTuber arrives in the Pacific Northwest.
Feb. 20, The Moore Theatre 

Kathleen Madigan
Madigan will be in town for her “Do You Have Any Ranch?” tour.
April 2, The Moore Theatre

Carlos “Dizzy” English #2 of the Harlem Globetrotters slides on the court while dribbling the ball during the team’s exhibition game against the Washington Generals at the Orleans Arena on August 25, 2019 in Las Vegas, Nevada. (Photo by Ethan Miller/Getty Images)

Ethan Miller/Getty Images

Other shows

Cirque du Soleil’s “Alegria: In a New Light”
already if you’ve seen it, you haven’t seen it all in this new reimaging of one of Cirque Du Soleil’s most popular traveling shows. Geared for the whole family, this international circus will characterize trapeze artists, acrobats, flame-throwers, clowns and a lot more.
Jan. 18-March 13, Marymoor Park 

Harlem Globetrotters
Yes, those goofy guys you grew up with are back but with a newly reimagined “Spread Game Tour” which is said to be part streetball, part interactive entertainment, and a lot of typical Globetrotter hijinks with a tribute to Curly Neal.
Jan. 27, Accesso ShoWare Center 
Jan.28, Angel of the Winds Arena 
Jan. 29, Climate potential Arena (2 shows)

Xtreme International Ice Racing
Motorcycles racing on ice — what could go wrong?
Feb. 26, Angel of the Winds Arena

Yamato Drummers of Japan
Here’s a rare date idea for Valentine’s Day. This group from Nara Prefecture in Japan original traditional Japanese music with movement and a lot of drums.
Feb. 14, The Moore Theatre 

Shen Yu
The dazzling Chinese dance show that you’ve seen advertised for as long as you can remember.
April 2-10, McCaw Hall

Stars on Ice
The 2022 Stars on Ice Tour features world champions and gold medalists including Nathan Chen, Alysa Liu, Jason Brown, Madison Hubbell & Zachary Donohue, Madison Chock and Evan Bates, Vincent Zhour and Mirai Nagasu.
May 28, Climate potential Arena

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