Seattle Office of Film + Music

New Venue: The Barboza set to open in April
April 3, 2012, 3:45 pm
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Earlier this year, Capitol Hill’s largest music venue, Neumos, announced its plans to create a new stage to feature smaller acts and more intimate performances.  A new venue dubbed The Barboza is set to open in the lower level of the Pike/Pine hotspot April 18th and will include a new performance area and full-service bar.  With the first two shows sold out and a steady list of upcoming performances, The Barboza looks like a promising new addition to the Seattle nightlife scene.

February 4, 2011, 11:21 am
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Seattle Weekly
Between the candlelit intimacy of an acoustic performance with an audience count less than the number of seats in a mini-van and the elbow jarring proximity, sea of bodies, “whose sweat is that?” basement mosh pittery that can be found in the range of Seattle’s smaller venues, there is always a little something for everyone. Seattle Weekly has taken it upon themselves to rank their favorite small cafes and clubs that host live performances and intimate gigs. You can quell your agoraphobia (sorry claustrophobia) and get your groove on in these stellar venues that keep the Seattle music scene thriving week after week. Hit the linkage above to see the best “smaller than your basement” locals to experience live music at as deemed by Seattle Weekly.

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