Refine Your Search

  • Event or Artist
    Search by EVENT or ARTIST
  • Venue
    Search by VENUE
  • Genre
    Search by GENRES
    CTRL + Click to select multiple genres

  • Recommenders
    Search by RECOMMENDERS
    CTRL + Click to select multiple recommenders
  • Time and Date
    Search by TIME and DATE
    Search dates between and
  • Submit Search

Search Results

Happy Hour: Washboard Cutups

Genre: Swing , Brass

Washboard Cutups is the band you would have heard in the back room of a speakeasy during Prohibition. Percussionist and singer Mike Daugherty (Yes Yes Boys, Blue 4 Trio, Gigantor, Black Crabs) has formed the hottest new band in the Northwest to play blues, stomps, rags, and early jazz for your listening and dancing pleasure. Mike is excited to feature these fine musicians:  Bert Barr plays the hot cornet and has been the leader of the Uptown Lowdown Jazz Band for over 45 years!  Dave Loomis blows the slide trombone and has been playing Trad Jazz since he was a teenager.  Banjoist Kevin Johnston started playing at the tender age of 5 in his family band.  At 10, he opened for the legendary Eddie Peabody.  Taylor Kent is the youngest band member, but plays the bass and tuba like an old pro.  He recently left the Spokane Symphony to play Hot Jazz in Seattle! 

Happy Quartet

Genre: Fusion , Jazz

Featuring Tarik Abouzied, Andy Coe, Tim Kennedy and D'Vonne Lewis.

Heather Mae and Katie Kuffel

Genre: Blues , Pop , Singer-songwriter

  1. Tuesday, May 23 8:00 PM (21+)

Heather Mae was once just a folk songwriter with a ukulele but after recovering from vocal nodules – which left her unable to sing for two years – she is stretching the limits of her music and her voice. Her newest EP, titled “I AM ENOUGH”, is a collection of five anthemic songs that encourage the listener to search for the best version of themselves while also shaking their hips to a new wave of pop – think Tegan & Sara, meets Sara Bareilles, with the vocal tenacity of Etta James. Each song is lyrically anthemic and features Heather Mae's brassy voice a la Etta James. Noted as an “empowering artist” by FLURT Magazine and “charming” by The Washington Post, Heather Mae is using her music to shed light on issues that are close to her heart such as body positivity, mental health, LGBTQ rights, and redefining what it means to be “good enough”. Mae has performed at many distinguished folks festivals including Kerrville Folks Festival and Falcon Ridge Folk Festival. Her latest video, “Stand Up”, can be seen here.


Katie Kuffel grew up in the Pacific Northwest, where she pursued performance and songwriting after being trained in both cello and piano. Her lyrics are steeped in nuance and tackle concepts like femininity, mental health, and the complexity of emotions. Balancing whimsy and self-awareness, playful music and thoughtful lyrics, her alt-pop/blues tone coupled with her strong, rich voice is sure to leave its mark. Watch "Table Song" here

Heather McDonald


  1. Thursday, May 04 7:00 PM (17+)
  2. Thursday, May 04 10:00 PM (17+)

Herb Alpert tribute featuring Bobby Medina


  1. Friday, May 05 7:00 PM (17+)
  2. Friday, May 05 9:30 PM (17+)


Genre: Comedy

  1. Thursday, May 11 7:30 PM (All ages)


In The Drink - Love on The Rocks: Songs for Love, Loss & Drowning your Sorrows

Genre: Cabaret

Hosted By Ade

Featuring Gams Galore & Freckles Riverside

With Very Special Guest Star Ms. Pac Man

 Back  5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14  Next 
Triple Door

216 Union Street
Seattle, WA 98101
Tickets 206.838.4333

<br> Social Media Links

Social Media Links

Follow us for up to date info!

<br> Spotify Playlist

Spotify Playlist

Follow our curated jams!

Listen to upcoming artists

The Triple Door Radio