Best Valentine's Day shows and concerts in Seattle 2018
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Valentine’s Day is just around the corner, so it is time to make plans to take your sweetheart or best friend out for a special date in Seattle, WA. Enjoying a concert or show together is a great way to spend a romantic date, no matter what your taste in music. Check out the great concerts happening in Seattle during the week of Valentine’s Day.

An Evening with Dark Star Orchestra
Feb. 8 @ 8 p.m.
The Showbox, 1426 1st Ave., Seattle, WA 98101

The Dark Star Orchestra has been continuing the Grateful Dead concert experience for over 20 years. The band has toured at some of the nation’s top festivals and are currently touring concert dates in the U.S. Fans of the Grateful Dead will want to go to this DSO concert for Valentine’s date or for a fun night out with a friend. Tickets are available on AXS.

Hippie Sabotage
Feb. 8-9 @ 8 p.m.
Showbox SoDo, 1700 1st Ave. S., Seattle, WA 98134

EDM duo Hippie Sabotage, Melvv + Azizi Gibson, will perform the Path of Righteousness Tour in Seatle for two night on the weekend before Valentine’s Day. Enjoy the concert with a date or with a group of friends. Tickets are available on AXS.

Super Diamond: The Neil Diamond Tribute
Feb. 10 @ 8 p.m.
The Showbox, 1426 1st Ave., Seattle, WA 98101

Super Diamond: The Neil Diamond Tribute will perform at The Showbox with The Sunset Grooves on Feb. 10. The tribute to pop star Neil Diamond will include Diamond’s classic love songs, such as  “Sweet Caroline,” “Song Sung Blue,” “Cherry Cherry,” “Cracklin’ Rosie,” and more. Take your sweetheart for an evening of great music and romance on the weekend before Valentine’s Day. Tickets are available on AXS.

Dan Auerbach and The Easy Eye Sound Revue featuring Robert Finley and Shannon Shaw
Feb. 12

The Showbox, 1426 1st Ave., Seattle, WA 98101

Dan Auerbach is a versatile musician who has won eight Grammy Awards, including Best Rock Album for Tell Me I’m Pretty in 2016, Best Blues Album Locked Down in 2012, Best Rock Album El Camino in 2012, and Best Alternative Music Album for Brothers in 2010. Auerbach will bring his Easy Sound Revue featuring Robert Finley and special guest Shannon and the Clams to The Showbox. Backing all the artists will be the Easy Eye Sound house band, consisting of acclaimed session musicians, including drummer Gene Chrisman, keyboardist Bobby Wood, pedal-steel guitarist Russ Paul, and bassist Dave Roe. The band previously appeared on Auerbach’s solo LP Waiting on a Song, according to Rolling Stone. Take your sweetheart of best friend to an entertaining concert for an early Valentine’s Day date. Tickets are available on AXS.

Sabaton & Kreator
Feb. 13 @ 7:30 p.m.
The Showbox, 1426 1st Ave., Seattle, WA 98101

Fans of heavy metal will want to catch the Swedish war machine Sabaton and the German thrash metal band Kreator on the night before Valentine’s Day. The bands are co-headlining a tour across the U.S. in 2018.  Tickets for the show at The Showbox are available on AXS.

LP with Noah Kahan
Feb. 14 @ 8 p.m.
The Showbox, 1426 1st Ave., Seattle, WA 98101

The Showbox will present LP with Noah Kahan on the evening of Valentine’s Day. The rock rebel is a singer/songwriter’s latest album is Lost in You, which was released in 2017. Tickets to the show at the Showbox are available on AXS.

Ron Pope
Feb. 15 @ 8 p.m.
The Showbox, 1426 1st Ave., Seattle, WA 98101

Independent artist Ron Pope will bring his The Days tour, in support of his latest album, Work, to The Seattle on the day after Valentine’s Day. Pope will feature a lineup including himself, The National Parks, and The Heart Of. Tickets to the concert are available on AXS.

La La Land in Concert with The Seattle Symphony
Feb. 13-14 @ 7:30 p.m.
S. Mark Taper Foundation Auditorium, Benaroya Hall, 200 University St., Seattle, WA 98111

The Seattle Symphony will present the romantic film La La Land, accompanied by music played by the Symphony. Thrill to the movie’s Oscar-winning score played live while watching the joyous dancing on screen. The Valentine’s Day presentation will be on two evenings, Feb 13 and Feb. 14.