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Paramount Theatre

911 Pine Street
206-682-1414

Vision:
To enrich, inspire, challenge and expand our world through the arts.

Mission:
To make diverse dance, music, film, theatre and arts education an integral part of our rich cultural identity while keeping Seattle's historic Paramount and Moore Theatres alive and vibrant.

Core Values
Stewards of historic theatres and legendary performances

Catalysts for community relationships and alliances

Passion for diverse performing arts and our audiences



Reviews

Karyn Nilson

Rating:
Sunday, July 8, 2018
The place is gorgeous but the seating has something to be desired unless you are in the front row or front row balcony. If someone taller than you is seated in front of you your screwed because you cant see the stage to see the performance. We went to see Steve Martin and Martin Short and we had good seat location but I couldn't see the stage because of the tall guy in front of me. The seats should on a incline so you can see. Especially the price we paid to sit where we were

Jake Martin

Rating:
Tuesday, Aug. 7, 2018
I love this place. My wife, and I are Season Ticket Holders and Paramount is just the best. Every show we've ever been to always has plenty of staff to direct you where to go. Walking lanes are generally large allowing people to move pretty freely.

andy johnson

Rating:
Saturday, May 26, 2018
This is the best concert venue in Seattle. Amazing old building that has been beautifully restored. They have all sorts of shows that range from Broadway plays to circus acts to concerts of all varieties of music to old time silent movies. There is a bar on every floor but if you want to bring your drink into the theatre with you you have to buy a special cup.

Alisha Hull

Rating:
Sunday, July 8, 2018
Had the most amazing time at the Paramount watching Steve Martin and Martin Short. They were fantastic and if you ever get the time to see them... GO! Now enough about that this review is about the Paramount. We Uber’d down there and I suggest that if you go in the future. Traffic in Seattle is usually a nightmare around events so loose the stress, and just Uber. The theater is excellent and impossibly clean for how many petiole were there. They had it organized down to a science for entering and exiting the building. They are up to date with QR scanners for digital tickets, not all places are that up to date. The bathrooms were big enough for all the women so there was very little to no wait time, ladies rooms are always so busy and you almost expect to wait at big events. The bars were busy as expected, but they sure do make the drinks good and the wait wasn’t too bad. Little tip, just buy the to-go cup they offer. It really is the best value and you can take it in the concert hall, other wise you’re drink is smaller and not as full. All in all I loved every minute of it and they place showcased them very well.

Jennifer Becker-Taylor

Rating:
Friday, April 20, 2018
This was cool. On my birthday I got to see John Carpenter the man who wrote the music for "Christine" & "Halloween" and all the other scary movies I love. Paramount staff saw that I was going up stairs being on crutches and stopped me and people I was with and gave us wonderful seats ground level. So nice. Wonderful time. I also bought a t-shirt and poster.

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