Seattle.gov Home Page
Seattle.gov This Department

Seattle Music Map

An Insider's Guide to Seattle's Music History

  Home | Search by Location | Timeline | Pop Culture Palaces | Jackson Street | All-Ages | Outside Seattle | Bibliography

Click on any number for more information.

Top Map: Outside greater downtown area.

Lower Map: Greater downtown area.


Download a printable version of the Seattle Music Map

- Side 1 (pdf format)
- Side 2 (pdf format)

You will need the Acrobat Reader to see these PDF documents. Go to the Adobe web site for a free download of the Acrobat Reader.


Welcome to Seattle

Seattle is one of today’s most dynamic music cities, where a rich history feeds a lifestyle that is all about innovation, inspiration, and rocking the house every day and night.

Explore this map by clicking on any location for more information. You may also explore the history of Seattle Music by time, or read up on our special features.


Visit the Mayor’s Office of Film & Music web site

Seattle Mayor's Office of Film and Music
James Keblas, Director
(206) 684-5030

7) Teatro Zinzanni 8) The Vogue 10) Benaroya Hall 11) Myers Music 12) Pike Place Market 13) The Showbox 14) The Triple Door 15) Eagles Auditorium 17) Ivar's Acres of Clams / Pier 54 18) New Orleans 19) The Central Saloon 1) Marion Oliver McCaw Hall 2) Seattle Center International Fountain 3) Experience Music Project (EMP) 5) KEXP 90.3 FM & 91.7 FM 4) The Crocodile Cafe 6) Black Dog Forge 8) The Vogue 9) Trianon Ballroom 16) The Edgewater Hotel / Pier 67 Belltown 10) Ballard Avenue 11) Daybreak Star Cultural Center in Discovery Park 6) Volunteer Park 12) KRAB Radio - Jack Straw Productions 13) The Blue Moon and Rainbow Taverns 14) University of Washington 15) Roosevelt High School 1) Dick's Drive-In 2) 10th & E Pike Street 3) Cornish College of the Arts 4) Coryell Apartments 5) Jimi Hendrix Statue 6) Volunteer Park 7) The Blue Note / Local 493 Black Musicians' Union Hall 8) Viretta Park 9) Garfield High School