Pioneer Square, Seattle
I had a pretty decent time at Volume Seattle. At first I wasn't so sure that I was going to enjoy my night, but at the end of it, it was pretty awesome. Went with a group of girlfriends. Im sure they had fun too.
Dress Code: Just dress well! Its clubbing after all!
So me and my friends came up to Seattle from Oregon to go to the Lucky event at the wamu theater! we had a blast at lucky but got a little sad at the thought of us having to stop partying! on the walk home we ran into club volume! we each paid 10 bucks to get in and partied till the sun came up! Local DJ Hyperfunk was playing the cuts all night ! overall an amazing end to a great night, thank you volume!!!
Dress Code: relaxed but no baggy clothing
VOLUME Presents: Miss Volume 2012 Competition and Launch Party
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Miss Volume Seattle 2012 Competition and Launch Party!
$1000 CASH PRIZE!!!
Miss Volume 2012 Program is a 12 week long competition from early August 2012 to October 2012. Photos submitted by each candidate will be hosted on Volume Seattle’s Miss Volume Facebook page and a weekly online vote will take place!
Total number of LIKES on each photo will allow top candidates to move forward to the next round!
Special Photo-Shoots will be offered to candidates who advance into our round of 16 during our Friday Parties!!
21+ to apply, anyone can vote!
Look out for an applicant packet from our staff
--Preliminary Photo Submission—
(submit one of each)
-Any pose with Volume Signage ( the signage will be provided in the packet)
-Any self-selection photo
Email photos to firstname.lastname@example.org
Photo Submission Deadline: August 15th 2012 11:59 pm
Comment below to apply, share this event to attend.
Official Launch Party: August 17th 2012
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Main Room: EDM, Club bangers & Party rock
MC: Frankie Starr
Bar Room:Hip Hop
PHOTOBOOTH:: in house photographer will be TAKING your picture!!!
RSVP = click attending
VIP reservations =206-486-0805
$10 cover if you're not on guest list = 21+ to enter
Guest list closes @ 11pm
DRESS CODE STRICTLY ENFORCED >>>
for dress code details please visit: www.volumeseattle.com
Allure is my favorite place to go on Saturday night. I usually like going to bars more than clubs but I'll go to clubs if I like the music & venue. I moved to Seattle in June and I've been looking for a Saturday night spot where I can just chill, enjoy some drinks, and meet some cool people. I finally found a place that I love going to: Allure. They always have a great DJ, good music, great drinks, cool bartenders and bouncers, and I always meet some interesting people at the bar. Plus they have 3 bars so it doesn't take forever to get a drink. The dance floor is great too, not huge, but not too crowded (not a big fan of the whole meat market thing). The layout is really cool, and the VIP lounge is pretty chill and doesn't get overcrowded. I'm glad I finally found a cool spot to chill because I really haven't found many places in Seattle that play good music and have such a great atmosphere. I'll definitely be going back to Ibiza on Saturday nights.
Dress Code: Idk if there's a formal dress code, but everyone dresses fairly nice.
Great Jazz music and dinner too! This place has a great list of performers, check out their site to see who's on their way. And the service was top notch. This is a non-smoking facility.
It can get expensive so don't plan on going on a shoestring budget. The price to get in varies depending on who is performing (we saw David Benoit the other night and our entrance fee was about $25 each). Drinks are comparable to just about every other place in Seattle. Entrees only run $20-40 per person.
Jazz Alley offers a 20% discount to Seniors 62 and over on Wednesdays and Sundays.
Two for one admission for students (half for singles), first sets on Wednesdays and second sets on Thursdays. Must have reservations and current student ID.
Dress Code: No dress code is required but we didn't see anyone in less than business casual.
Pioneer Square is where most of the nightlife is centred in Seattle, and there are plenty of bars and clubs to choose from, depending on what kind of mood you're in. On weekend nights a lot of the clubs get together and offer a "pass", that you pay about $10-15 for and that gets you entry into all of those bars. Obviously really worth while if you're not sure where to go and want to check out a few bars before deciding on one! Be sure to take passport ID with you, as all the bars in this area are pretty strict on that!
Well that's what the sign said and so we went in.
Sure enough, there was the aforementioned lady lying on down in front of the sushi chef with some discreetly wraped clingfilm about her person.
Some of the lads told me afterwards that the didn't even like sushi.
A good laugh.
Dress Code: Bring your own clingfilm girls!
some of the best local bands play here. Nice way to either start or finish a night out. Tons of other clubs in Pioneer Square within walking distance. One cover charge gets you into 7 clubs in Pioneer Square.
You name it, techno, hip-hop, underground, industrial--they got it here. Also check out Pioneer Square for varied nitelife.
Whatever kind of music you want to hear, you can find it here! Many of the clubs offer a 'joint' cover charge, where you pay a set fee and it gets you into a number of different clubs. Everything from blues to jazz to alternative rock to hip-hop is in Pioneer Square.
Dress Code: C'mon this is Seattle, the home of Grunge!
Just about anything goes.
There are several clubs around Pioneer Square, immediately south of downtown. Also in Pioneer Square are many private galleries with artwork for sale. Seattle Art Museum was recommended as a worthwhile place to visit. I didn’t go there so I don’t know what their specialty is. There is an aquarium at Pier 59 near Pike Place Market, not far from downtown. The Henry Art Museum at the University of Washington is supposed to have
modern art. There is also the Seattle Asian Art Museum. I didn’t visit any of these 4 places but I am listing them so that you might consider visiting them. I did visit the Frye Art Museum at 704 Terry Avenue, a short drive from Downtown and near Swedish
Hospital and Capitol Hill. The museum was once a private art collection so there is some emphasis towards one family’s particular art tastes. There is a little of many different styles of paintings.
Located under the Alaskan Way Viaduct in Seattle's historic Pioneer Square, the OK Hotel is a classic Seattle club featuring everything from Northwest musical acts to the city's premier poetry slam and the Earshot Jazz Festival. Remodeled a few years ago by a group of local artists, it now features a cool, copper-topped bar in the front room, new booths in the cafe area, and improvements in the rear music space. In addition, the dark and elegant front barroom also has a small stage, which is frequently occupied by low-key performers. Film buffs might also remember the OK cafe's window booths as the scene of Pearl Jam's cinematic debut in 'Singles.'
A comfortable neighborhood dive that feels like an old t-shirt you just can't bear to throw out.
922 E Pike St
Seattle, WA 98122
Phone: (206) 323-9853
Alternative Rock Bar/Club
Cha Cha Lounge
A watering-hole attitude celebrates Mexican wrestlers, patio lights and stiff drinks.
506 East Pine St
Seattle, WA 98122
Phone: (206) 329-9978
A casual bar in Pioneer Square. It tends to attract a younger crowd. At least it did a couple of years ago.
Dress Code: Casual
We ventured to several places throughout our nights...but Don Juans...was a good time. Lots of people, but very nice.
Dress Code: Casual, but nice...