This venue is ranked #9 of 26 venues in Seattle
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Robbie, Medford Tue, 22 November 2022
Historically dated but nice. Seats have no elbow room but not a bad seat to see the stage anywhere.
Liked: Historically dated, and small stage. It made the venue very personable - not a bad seat in this venue.
Disliked: Small stage.
Had a short but lovely stay in Seattle.
Liked: Lovely theater; saw Home Free Vocal Band and they were great.
Liked: I loved the history of the theater.
Disliked: Air conditioning.
Jacque R., Arlington
The venue was a terrible disservice to the artistry of Joe Bonamassa and his band. Unable to discern lyrics and vocalists came through as shrill and ear piercing hiding their true voices. Bonamassa's guitar genius was also disguised and hidden from viewers because of the poor acoustics.
Liked: The artist, Joe Bonamassa.
Disliked: Acoustics made vocals shrill, piercing and words were inaudible.
Moore Theatre is #128 of 470 things to do in Seattle
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