Venue Details

31 Star Starred
Highway 99 Blues Club
1414 Alaskan Way Seattle, WA 98101
206-382-2171
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dynamo
once you purchase tickets, you still need to call the club and reserve seats!
Lisa Mann and Her Really Good Band info Aug 12 2014 star this tip starred
Grace DelRosario
Seating is comfortable, but if you want to see the performers play --e.g. strumming the guitar, you would need to sit where you face the front of the state, as they might not turn toward your side as they perform.
Michael Shrieve's Spellbinder info Jun 30 2014 star this tip starred
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12 reviews
16 stars
attended Feb 05 2011

It was our first time at Highway 99 Blues Club. The service was excellent, the crowd was fun, the music was great. We will definitely be back to that venue when we can-- and we will keep track of Lloyd Jones, we would love to hear his band again.

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12 reviews
16 stars
attended Mar 30 2013

Once again another great night at Highway 99 Blues Club. The band was amazing, dinner was good, service as always was great and we were seated with some friendly people. It all added up to a great night out.

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2 reviews
1 stars
attended Jun 03 2011

I knew what to expect from Lloyd Jones and was not disappointed. Tight band, great players, great energy, great dynamics... a wonderful musical experience. This was our fist visit to Highway 99 Blues Club and we loved it. The food and service was...continued

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About the Ticket Supplier: Highway 99 Blues Club and Restaurant

Highway 99 Blues Club is an exciting venue for the blues culture and music of America. Housed in a 1909 brick building on the Seattle waterfront, the Highway 99 Blues Club is inspired by the juke joints of The South and neighborhood blues clubs of Chicago.