Party like a rock star in Tacoma
You have come to the Tacoma Dome to rock.
Enjoy Tacoma's upscale downtown, but don’t leave without finding the places that show Tacoma’s rebel roots.
Vinyl isn’t just for your pants. 6th Ave is a metal fan’s haven with some of the best vinyl stores in the region. Browse Hi-Voltage Records and Turntable Treasures and we'd be shocked (Hi-Voltage pun unintended) if you didn't find a record from the band you're here to see.
Before heading to the Tacoma Dome for a show, grab some food along Tacoma’s up-and-coming 6th Ave with dinner at The Red Hot or Dirty Oscar's Annex. Featured on Diners, Drive-in and Dives, THe Red Hot serve a local beers and specialty hot dogs you can’t find anywhere else, and Dirty Oscar's moonshine cocktails are party fuel extraordinare.
Concert at the Tacoma Dome – show time!
Bar hopping on Pacific and 6th Ave – If the show is only the beginning of your night, go to some of Tacoma’s blue-color hangouts. The Office Bar and Grill on Pacific has a great late-night menu and eight different “Tacoma Mule” cocktails to choose from. Closer to the Dome, the New Frontier Lounge offers cold beers on tap.
Breakfast – Whether you’re looking for a greasy spoon, or just chasing the hair of the dog, the Poodle Dog Restaurant and Café will fill your need, with friendly and non-judgmental service. If you are a late riser and ready for lunch, swing by the Pick-Quick for their famous burgers, fries and shakes.
Northwest Sinfonietta Yaniv Attar, conductorHector Del Curto, bandoneon Debussy (arr. Lee), Prelude to the Afternoon of a Faun Piazzolla, Aconcagua (Bandoneon Concerto) Mussorgsky (arr. Lindberg), Pictures at an Exhibition Each movement of…
TICKETS: Starting at $18, with discounts for students, seniors, and military personnel. Group rates are available for groups of 10 or more. *SPECIAL OFFER: EVERYONE 18 YEARS OLD AND YOUNGER ADMITTED FREE! *You must visit the box office in…