Weekend Shots!

Take advantage of the fact that the weather is supposed to be somewhat dry in Seattle this weekend! We have some good shows around town to start off your February, including local favorites The Maldives.

The Maldives have been referred to as an “institution” in the Pacific Northwest as they’ve been around almost a decade and have played shows all around the PNW, as well as SXSW and various venues along the West Coast. In the last two years, the country band has downsized but kicked-up the tempo on their already powerful live sound.

On their latest album, Muscle For the Wing, the band explored more of their rock side and it suits them well and has allowed the band to capture a larger audience. Seeing as the Tractor Tavern is the perfect venue for anything that can be described as “twangy,” the ambiance should make for a great show from the much-loved Seattle band.

Ken Stringfellow and Star Anna will be opening for The Maldives at the show this Saturday. Show starts at 9:30PM and tickets are $15 advanced/$17 at the door.

2/1: Emeli Sande | Emily King | Jenna Andrews. $14. 8P.
2/2: Black Breath | Sandrider | Occult SS | Nite Nurse. $10. 8P.

2/1: The Grizzled Mighty | Kithkin | Rose Window | River Giant. $10. 8P.

2/1: Alex’s Hand | Post Madonna | Step Daddy. $8. 7P.
2/2: Juice Radio’s 7th Anniversary Party. $5. 7P.

Sunset Tavern:
2/1: Sassparilla | The Shivering Denizens and Aaron McDonnell | The Gospel Plow. $8. 9P.
2/2: The Walking Papers | Wayfinders | Daniel G Harmann $8. 9P.
2/3: Aly Tadros | Irvin Dally and J. Wong. $8. 7:30P.

Chop Suey:
2/1: Wovenhand | 1939 Ensemble | Two White Opals. $15. 9P.
2/2: Lick! | DJs Mathematix | Dewey Decimal. $5. 9:30P.

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