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Neumos

Seattle, WA

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925 E Pike St, Seattle, WA, US
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(206) 709-9442

Capacity: 700

Bio: Neumos Crystal Ball and Reading Room most often referred to simply as Neumos, is a mid sized music venue in Seattle Washington. The venue was originally opened as Moe’s Mo’Roc’N Café in 1992 and re-launched in 2003 as Neumos (pronounced “new moe’s”). We pride ourselves on our always relevant and carefully curated music calendar, light production and state of the art sound system. The Concert Hall has 3 full service bars, and a second floor with a nicely seated mezzanine and balcony over looking the showroom. The showroom is draped in lush red theatre curtain, is fitted with an ample size stage, merch area, and superior unobstructed sight lines. We play host to several musical genres, by national and local artists alike including but not excluded to Indie Rock, Hip Hop, Punk Rock, DJ’s , Metal, Singer/Song Writers, Country and much more. Being that the musical talent is really what makes Neumos what it is, let us say no more, and present you a list of some of our friends and family, who have graced our stage….. The Shins, Ween, The Raconteurs, Muse, The Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Feist, Bloc Party, The Streets, Fleet Foxes, Jenny Lewis, The Kills, Connor Oberst And The Mystic Valley Band, Iron And Wine, Band Of Horses, Adele, Spiritualized, Neurosis, Damian Marley, MGMT, Yeahsayer, Bob Mould, Justice, Diplo, Cat Power, Lykke Li, Metric, Stars, Super Furry Animals, Mountain Goats, Vampire Weekend, The Raveonettes, Jens Lekman, Cut Copy, The Avette Brothers, Tim And Eric, M83, Swerve Driver, El P, Dizzy Rascal, The Black Angels, The Dodos, Les Savy Fav, Pretty Girls Make Graves, The Cave Singers, MSTKFT, Living Legends, Rilo Kiley, Mission Of Burma, Patton Oswald, Silver Jews, Polvo, Stephen Malkmus And The Jicks, Crystal Castles, Eagles OF Death Metal, The Notwist, Ingrid Michaelson, The Breeders, Ben Gibbard, and The Long Winters…

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