5 More Bucket List Shows you Can’t Miss in Washington State
Washington has been a go-to for up-and-coming artists trying to make a name for themselves. Of course, after they make it big they love coming back to the Evergreen state to put on for their original and new fans in the area. Either way, these artists coming into Washington have made it bigger than big, they're household names and they're coming to put on a show in Washington.
We'll tell you where you can see them and give you a link to check out tickets and prices. This list is filled with some absolute legends and a legend in the making you won't wanna miss. So check out The 5 Bucket list Shows you can't miss in Washington State.
5.) Zac Brown Band
Feeling like a little bit of chicken fried, or maybe you just wanna put your toes in the water, okay enough bad puns. Zac Brown Band is coming to the Climate Pledge Arena on October 20th this year, you can still snag tickets for a really good price, the perfect last-minute gift or a good treat yourself present.
4.) The Smashing Pumpkins
The Original Line up for The Smashing Pumpkins is back and better than ever, currently touring across the country they'll make their stop at the Spokane arena in Spokane Washington. The show takes place on November 9th giving you plenty of time to score some amazing seats!
3.) Post Malone
Post Malone Returns to Seattle at the Climate Pledge Arena on November 5th and he's bringing up-and-coming artist Roddy Rich along with him for the ride. One of the biggest chart-topping artists in modern Hip-Hop is bringing his whole catalog to put on a show of a lifetime, you can say you remember when you saw him when he was inducted into the rock and roll hall of fame some day.
The dynamic trio is back together once again, this time they're back in the studio and recording new music before setting out on one of their biggest tours yet. Mark Hoppus, Travis Barker, and Tom Delonge hit the Climate Pledge arena stage as Blink-182 on June 25th of 2023.
1.) The Who
One of the most groundbreaking rock bands in the 1960s and 70s they laid a foundation a lot of bands idolized, they made hit after hit finding a true rock and roll following. Now they're back and performing at Climate Pledge Arena October 22nd.
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