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Studio Seven

Map & Directions 110 S. Horton St.
Seattle, WA 98134
  • Mon 7pm-12am
  • Multi-Level, Patio/Sidewalk Dining


Seattle Weekly's Description

If you happen to be in SoDo with a hankering for an all-ages death-rock show, your only option is Studio Seven. This gritty, cavernous venue is just as industrial as the grimy train tracks up the road, and only opens its steely doors on show nights, which are often packed with multiple acts. If you're lucky enough to be 21+, the loft upstairs is also the bar, which offers some respite from the sludge core/mosh pit happening below you.

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  • Mazda on 10/27/10

    Configured for national and international touring bands, the club provides private dressing rooms and showers, parking for tour buses and plenty of free parking for our patrons!

  • Jennifer Jenncity A. on 06/27/10

    Tracy and staff are AMAZING HERE! Had the pleasure of playing here and hosting SLAVE TO THE METAL. If you are in Seattle, you should be checking out shows here!

  • Lynn M. on 08/18/10

    The best venue in town for the Seattle metal scene, though Studio 7 hosts much beyond that one genre. Good prices in the bar. Try the new PBR Light if you enjoy the original.

  • Lisa W. on 02/04/12

    many genres of music here:)

  • Justin V. on 08/06/10

    Come upstairs tonight @ RAWR (8/6) and check out our awesome Merch!!!~

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