911 Pine St, Seattle, WA 98101, USA
Good, long-standing theater in the heart of Seattle. Easy to access location with plenty of parking around. Be aware that the acoustics in the theater itself are not well-designed for more modern shows for anyone sitting on the balcony level. Audio is often blown-out into a static-like din as speakers are often cranked past 11.
Great historic theater. Perfect for incredible music, stand up comedians and other events. Can be tough to get decent, reasonable parking so if your ticket comes with a pay in advance parking options, grab it. Super location for a night out as it's in the middle of restaurants and hotels. If this helped or you like this review, please give it a thumbs up. Thanks
5 stars, another wonderful evening at The Paramount Theatre. I starting going here as a young child and still love a night out in the emerald city. Some people complain about the lower level bathroom, but come on this gem was built in 1920’s. There is so much detail on the ceiling and walls, they are just breathtaking. If you go, take it all in. You never know when this piece of history may slip away, it’s WICKED or is it a sweet delight.
Love this iconic theatre. Been here a few times. The sound is excellent and the theatre itself is ornate. They don't make them like this any more. I believe it is also an historic building in Seattle. If you drink, do it before the show because a double rye and coke cost $24US.
The theatre is lovely and is a nice concert venue - not too large. I did not like the stage lights aimed at the audience that came on at random times to blind us (which seems to be common elsewhere), limited bathroom facilities, and over-service of alcohol to some patrons. Also, I like having a cap on my bottle of water so that I don't spill it. The only alternative to a cap was to purchase a cup, which I did not want.