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COVID-19 Update

Washington's statewide "Stay Home, Stay Healthy" proclamation requires residents to stay home, and includes a ban on all gatherings for social, spiritual and recreational purposes has been extended through May 4..

As such, all events through that date have been postponed, rescheduled, or cancelled.

 

A Month Full of Music, a City Full of Experiences

April is Tacoma Music Month, with a show almost every day, so you can explore the city during the day (the Mountain City Sea Attraction Pass is perfect), see your favorite performers in the evening, and enjoy a stay in Tacoma. 

While you're here, don't forget to download the Tacoma Music Month passport to earn Tacoma Music Month gear by going to more shows.
 

☐ Pick your shows

☐ Plan your stay

☐ Download your passport to earn Music Month merchandise (tickets must be purchased separately from the venues)

☐ Pack your bags

 

Step 1: Pick your shows

With more than a dozen shows at venues throughout Tacoma during the month of April, you shouldn't have trouble finding a couple shows to suit your musical taste.

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Venues

Fawcett Hall at Alma Mater Tacoma

Alma Mater has quickly become one of the most important venues in Tacoma for live music,… // More

Jazzbones

Jazzbones covers all bases when it comes to having a good time. Local and Regional talents,… // More

Tacoma Dome

As one of the last standing concert arenas from an era of legendary performances and… // More

Emerald Queen Casino

The premier gaming location in the Northwest! Emerald Queen Casino I-5 Choose from fifty-six… // More

The Spanish Ballroom

Don't let the ornate trim and magnificent chandeliers fool you; The Spanish Ballroom at… // More

The Swiss Restaurant + Pub

The Swiss is an historic landmark nestled in the ever-growing UW Tacoma campus. The Swiss… // More

For more venues for live music in Tacoma, see our 10 Places to See Live Music page.

 

Step 2: Plan your stay

You're here for the music, but don't miss Tacoma's nationally recognized museums, incredible waterfront, restaurants and parks. Check out our two- and three-day itineraries for ready-made memories.
 
Most of the venues are along the free-to-ride Tacoma Link Light Rail line, or just a quick Lyft or Uber ride away.
 
Here are a few places you can call home while you explore Tacoma...
 
Hotel Murano

Hotel Murano, Tacoma's only full-service upscale hotel, is centrally located in downtown… // More

Best Western PLUS Tacoma Dome Hotel

Located right next door to the famous Tacoma Dome arena in Tacoma, Washington, the BEST… // More

McMenamins Elks Temple

Roam, explore, embark on an adventure…discover Elks Temple! The 1916 Elks Temple has been… // More

Courtyard Marriott - Tacoma Downtown

Upscale. Downtown. Located in the heart of Tacoma's financial and theater districts, this… // More

Holiday Inn Express + Suites - Downtown Tacoma

Tacoma's newest downtown hotel is open for business. Just steps away from Tacoma's vast… // More

Silver Cloud Inn - Tacoma

Located in Tacoma’s Old Town community is the Silver Cloud Inn, Tacoma’s only waterfront… // More

Step 3: Download your passport

Make sure and download your pass (Available in March).
 
As you check in for shows, you'll get a stamp in the app:
 
Tacoma Music Month passport stamp
 
Collect stamps to earn Tacoma Music Month swag as souvenirs of your Tacoma music getaway. Heads up: The passport doesn't include access to the shows; you'll have to buy tickets from the venues.
 
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Step 4: Pack Your Bags

Plane, Train, or Automobile...doesn't matter. Make your way to Tacoma, and enjoy the shows!