Show recommendations for May

This month is loaded with lots of great shows. There is so much to say about Sasquatch coming up this month and all the bands you need to see out there so we will have a separate post about that.

Till then you should go check out these shows that are a little closer to home.

Wednesday, May 2Washed Out at The Neptune Theater (Seattle)

Friday, May 11 – KSER benefit with Simon Lynge at the Historic Hartley Mansion (Everett); The Maldives and The Moondoggies at The Tractor (Ballard)

Saturday, May 12The Grizzled Mighty and I Will Keep Your Ghost at the Anchor Pub (Everett)

Friday, May 18 — Margot &The Nuclear So &Sos at The Croc (Seattle)

Friday, May 25Woodrush at Under the Red Umbrella (Everett)

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