Paramount Theatre744 Votes
- Address: 911 Pine St, Seattle, WA 98101, United States, 98101
- Phone: +1-2066821414
- Fax: +1-2066824837
- Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
- Tags: Entertainment, Performance, Play, Stage Show, Theatre, Concert, Social, Music And Show Venues
The iconic Paramount Theatre has been entertaining Seattle crowds since the 1920s. It is a performing arts venue and has been witness to many a famous musical plays, music concerts and comedy shows. Paramount Theatre is also an official City of Seattle landmark. Although the exteriors are subdued and simple, the interiors will mesmerise you. Head over to the theatre to watch a play in action or to cheer and sing along with your favourite performer.
Entrance Ticket Details For Paramount Theatre
- Ticket prices depend on the concert or show that is going to take place.
Paramount Theatre Hours
Paramount Theatre Box Office Hours:
- Monday to Friday: 10:00am – 6:00pm
- And 90 minutes’ prior the show time.
- Prefferd time to visit this place is 11:00am – 3:00pm.
How to Reach Paramount Theatre
- Pine Street and 9th Avenue bus stop
- Westlake Station (light rail and busses)
- Cafe Ladro
- Ruth’s Chris Steak House
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9.02% of people who visit Seattle include Paramount Theatre in their plan
1 PM - 2 PM
42.86% of people start their Paramount Theatre visit around 1 PM - 2 PM
People usually take around 2 Hrs to see Paramount Theatre
83.33% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Paramount Theatre
Paramount Theatre Reviews & Ratings
Great historic theater. Perfect for incredible music, stand up comedians and other events. Can be tough to get decent, reasonable parking so if your ticket comes with a pay in advance parking options, grab it. Super location for a night out as it's in the middle of restaurants and hotels. If this helped or you like this review, please give it a thumbs up. Thanks
Love this iconic theatre. Been here a few times. The sound is excellent and the theatre itself is ornate. They don't make them like this any more. I believe it is also an historic building in Seattle. If you drink, do it before the show because a double rye and coke cost $24US.
The theatre is lovely and is a nice concert venue - not too large. I did not like the stage lights aimed at the audience that came on at random times to blind us (which seems to be common elsewhere), limited bathroom facilities, and over-service of alcohol to some patrons. Also, I like having a cap on my bottle of water so that I don't spill it. The only alternative to a cap was to purchase a cup, which I did not want.
Always a fantastic venue for theater, music, and lectures. One of the old, great buildings, with fantastic period architectural details. Al Franken gave a nice, sarcastic, and understated performance. He acknowledged his troubles, but focused on Washington DC issues, past and present. He ran a bit on the short side. I enjoyed seeing him. He had a choir as an audience. No big surprise there. Keep on talking, Al.
Great venue, with so much history. Seats are older but still so much more comfortable than hard plastic in other venues. There are multiple bars, available too! Ladies restroom always have a huge line though, and last two shows I've been there for have not had a spot light on artist. I don't know if it's because artist wants to be in such poor lighting or if spot light is no longer available.