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Moore Theatre


address  1932 Second Ave.
 Seattle, WA  98101
cross street Virginia St.
phone (206) 467-5510
parking Pay lots and street
www.stgpresents.com

Upcoming Events

Kenny Wayne Shepherd

Blues, Rock
Blues-rock phenom Kenny Wayne Shepherd has logged nearly a quarter-century of recording and touring, sold millions of copies of his recordings, has seven studio albums and a studio disc, and has his own model Fender Stratocaster - and he's still a year shy of 40.
www.kennywayneshepherd.net
Ages: Children are welcome at most events, but parents/guardians are discouraged from bringing children under 4 years of age unless the event is specifically geared to a child audience. Every patron must have a ticket regardless of age. Babes in arms not permi
Price: $37-$77
Payment Via: Cash, Visa
Event Website: https://www.ticketmaster.com/kenny-wayne-shepherd-band-seattle-washington-03-20-2021/event/0F005858C65A4359
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 • Sat 3/20/21 at 8pm 

The Monkees

Pop, Rock
Monkees Micky Dolenz and Michael Nesmith embark on a joint tour. Originally formed to star in a TV show that cashed in on the British Invasion of the the late 1960s, The Monkees managed to score several pop hits, including "I'm a Believer," "Last Train to Clarksville" and "(I'm Not Your) Stepping Stone." In the summer of 2016, they augmented the tour with their first full studio album in decades. "Good Times!," produced by Adam Schlesinger of Fountains of Wayne, saw them perform new material written for them by fans such as Schlesinger, Andy Partridge of XTC, Rivers Cuomo of Weezer, Paul Weller & Noel Gallagher, and Ben Gibbard of Death Cab for Cutie. There's also a posthumous Davy Jones song, the Neil Diamond-penned "Love to Love," recorded in 1967 and resurrected with new backing vocals by Dolenz and Tork.
monkees.com
Ages: Children are welcome at most events, but parents/guardians are discouraged from bringing children under 4 years of age unless the event is specifically geared to a child audience. Every patron must have a ticket regardless of age. Babes in arms not permi
Price: $42.75-$92.75
Payment Via: Cash, Visa
Event Website: https://www.ticketmaster.com/an-evening-with-the-monkees-seattle-washington-03-21-2021/event/0F005761F1DA32C5
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 • Sun 3/21/21 at 8pm 

Buddy Guy

Blues, Rock
Whether blues guitar legend Buddy Guy is playing a lick behind his back, picking strings with his teeth, “singing with gentle menace or bending new curves into a blue note” (The New York Times), his electrifying live performances showcase his incendiary style that altered the direction of the instrument. A pioneer of electric blues, Guy’s name is as synonymous with the great generation of musicians he played with (Muddy Waters; Howlin’ Wolf) as with the rock titans he influenced (Jimi Hendrix; Eric Clapton). An American treasure with a career spanning six decades, his recent work is some of his richest music yet, confirming that “Guy is the greatest living Chicago bluesman, and one of the most influential guitar players ever” (Rolling Stone).
Chicago;legend;guitarist
www.buddyguy.com/
Ages: Children are welcome at most events, but parents/guardians are discouraged from bringing children under 4 years of age unless the event is specifically geared to a child audience. Every patron must have a ticket regardless of age. Babes in arms not permi
Price: $37-$87
Payment Via: Cash, Visa
Event Website: https://www.ticketmaster.com/buddy-guy-seattle-washington-03-27-2021/event/0F005835ED2E5605
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 • Sat 3/27/21 at 8pm 

A Thousand Thoughts: A live documentary with the Kronos Quartet

Classical
Mobile barcodes delayed until 4 days prior to event. The Moore Theatre is located in Seattle, Washington. Online sales to this event are restricted to residents of Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Alaska, and British Columbia. Patrons outside of those areas can purchase by phone during the public onsale period by speaking to a live agent at 1-800-982-2787. Residency will be based on credit card billing address. Orders in violation of our policies will be canceled without notice. 9 ticket limit per household. Patrons exceeding the ticket limit will have all their orders cancelled at the venue's discretion. Unless otherwise noted, each person must have a ticket regardless of age. No babies in arms. There is no elevator. Stairs and ramps only to the balcony level.
www.ticketmaster.com/a-thousand-thoughts-a-live-documentary-seattle-washington-04-23-2020/event/0F00
Ages: Children are welcome at most events, but parents/guardians are discouraged from bringing children under 4 years of age unless the event is specifically geared to a child audience. Every patron must have a ticket regardless of age. Babes in arms not permi
Price: $40-$70
Payment Via: Cash, Visa
Event Website: https://www.ticketmaster.com/a-thousand-thoughts-a-live-documentary-seattle-washington-04-08-2021/event/0F00576DC4DE28A8
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Schedule
 • Thu 4/8/21 at 7:30pm