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Substation Annex Room Event Space
From $100/hr
Substation Annex Room Event Space
Seattle, WA
The Substation Annex Room is in the middle of Fremont & Ballard's brewery row, inside a tall ceiling warehouse.
From $100/hr
Old Fashioned Bar with beautiful details!
Seattle, WA
Old Fashioned apothecary bar with lots of natural light. Brick walls, dark wood floors and a beautiful old bar. This place oozes with sophistication and charm. The bar combines traditional and contemporary elements into a design that allows customers to enjoy today’s comfort while tasting a bit of yesterday’s charm. The lighting creates an intimate atmosphere and enhances the nostalgic mood. The design and details are really captivating and exceptional. A great place to unwind indeed!
From $200/hr
Cocktail bar: Lush & colorful with vintage decor
Seattle, WA
We are a lush, cozy and romantic little craft cocktail bar that is unique in its eclectic vintage decor and intimate vibe. Downstairs is the main bar with lots of enticing corners to enjoy conversation with a friend or small group of friends. Upstairs is a spacious and otherworldly living room lounge, complete with board games, a typewriter, a zodiac vending machine, an acoustic guitar, and a movie projector that we use for themed movie nights. There is also a Polaroid camera and film available to document your visit!
From $350/hr
Wooden Designed Bar with Rightly-Crafted Cocktails
Seattle, WA
In the spirit of war, peace and illegal booze, a 1920's automotive garage has been restored into your new favorite watering hole. With the original blue print in mind, reclaimed wood, soft leather and rightly crafted cocktails have filled this basement with new emotion of old Americana. Still was founded by two local guys, but inspired by many more.

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The price differs based on the length of rental, but majorly 1-hour booking will be in the range of $100 to $350

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About Seattle

Wedged between rugged mountains and the azure waters of Puget Sound, Seattle is an energized city in the Pacific Northwest. It’s the largest city in Washington State, as well as being the fourth-largest port in North America. In recent years, Seattle has nurtured a flourishing gastronomy scene and has drawn some of the world’s brightest thanks to its thriving tech scene.

Seattle was intricately linked to the grunge music scene of the 1990s and has always put on exceptional live music experiences. There is a diverse choice of performance spaces in Seattle to suit all styles and aesthetics, ranging from private residences to iconic bars.

Performance Space Options in Seattle

No matter what style of music or theatrical show you’re presenting, you can find performance spaces in Seattle to suit your needs.

  • Homes
    It might come as a surprise that private residences make charming performance venues with a variety of architectural styles and rooms to meet your needs. Select from mid-century mansions or Art Deco-style apartments with beautiful decor to match.
  • Studios
    From purpose-built film and music recording spaces to meeting rooms, you can find studios in Seattle that serve as ideal performance spaces. Whether you’re planning a pop-up performance art event or a chamber concert, studios in Seattle come in a variety of styles and sizes.
  • Lofts
    For intimate performances, lofts can provide aesthetically pleasing and creative spaces. Some offer inspiring city views, while others are located in Seattle’s eclectic neighborhoods.
  • Theaters
    Seattle’s theaters are an obvious choice for hosting a live performance in the city and are practically equipped with sound and lighting gear. Whether you’re after a vintage-style theater or something more contemporary, you can find theater performance spaces in Seattle to suit.

  • Bars and Clubs
    Many of Seattle’s bars and clubs are designed to host live music events and can be hired for private performances. They’re a convenient option when you consider that they have all the sound and audio equipment you’ll need, as well as fully-staffed bars and kitchens.

Event Companies in Seattle

If you need help finding your performance space in Seattle or organizing an event, you can draw on the services of the city’s experienced event planning companies.

  • A Kurant Event
    A Kurant Event is a full-scale event planning company in Seattle that specializes in weddings, corporate events, and private receptions. They offer a diverse range of services to meet all budgets and have a reputation for managing performances in a stress-free and professional manner.

  • Event Success
    As the recipient of numerous accolades, Event Success is one of the most trusted names in Seattle’s event planning industry. Its talented team is led by Jacky Grotle and offers services that include contract negotiations, lighting, and decor design, as well as management on the day of your performance itself.
  • Event Experience
    Event Experience is a working studio that comprises both logistical and creative planning teams to ensure you have all bases covered. They can assist with designing your Seattle performance space or can take care of the technical side of things and organize any media production you need.

Pros and Cons of Performances in Seattle

Seattle’s proximity to the great outdoors and inspiring culinary scene are just two of the perks of holding your performance here. But its gloomy weather and high living expenses are worth considering.


  • Proximity to nature
    Home to beautiful urban parks and surrounded by rugged mountains, Seattle is a dream setting for nature lovers. When your performance is over, you can escape to the great outdoors to go hiking, cycling, or scenic driving.
  • Experienced professionals
    Seattle has an energized live music scene, which means there are plenty of professionals you can utilize to make your performance happen, including sound engineers, stagehands, and roadies.

  • It’s a relatively safe city
    When you consider its size, Seattle is a relatively safe city to visit, provided you avoid any neighborhoods that have a reputation for crime.

  • A diverse choice of performance spaces
    Seattle boasts a wide range of performance spaces where you can host your event, including architecturally impressive homes, industrial-style lofts, and purpose-built studios.
  • Outstanding food scene
    Seattle is renowned for its culinary scene, which is focused on sourcing local and seasonal produce. This means you’ll eat well during your time in the city and can provide high-quality catering to your performers and crew.


  • High costs of living
    Seattle is one of the most expensive cities to live in the United States, with high property and rental prices.

  • Unfavorable weather
    Seattle has a reputation for experiencing lots of rain and often long periods of gray skies. This means it isn’t the best place to hold an outdoor performance unless you’re planning it during the height of summer.

  • Terrible traffic
    It might not seem bad to those coming from New York or Los Angeles, but Seattle’s traffic can be terrible at times. If possible, take advantage of the city’s public transportation system to get from A to B.

  • Seismic activity
    While the chances of anything happening during your performance are relatively low, Seattle is located in earthquake country (and surrounded by active volcanoes), making it a hotspot for natural disasters.

Famous Music Locations in Seattle

  • The Showbox
    Established in 1939, the Showbox has hosted some of the music world’s biggest musical names, ranging from Duke Ellington to Pearl Jam and Kanye West. It was given landmark status in 2019 to prevent it from being transformed into an apartment tower and boasts an enviable setting at the iconic Pike Place Market.

  • The Crocodile
    Synonymous with Seattle’s grunge scene in the 1990s, the Crocodile has hosted the likes of Nirvana, Green Day, and R.E.M. It’s been ranked by Rolling Stone as one of the best clubs in the United States and is committed to showcasing both emerging and established indie pop and alternative acts.

  • Seattle Center
    With the Space Needle at its heart, the Seattle Center is a modern arts, cultural, and entertainment complex originally established for the 1962 World’s Fair. In addition to being home to the Museum of Pop Culture and the Pacific Science Center, it’s the setting for the Seattle Opera at the Center.