Audacy's Throwdown is about to turn up in Seattle with an incredible night of country music!Tim McGraw
, Russell Dickerson
, Kassi Ashton
, and Dalton Dover
are coming to accesso ShoWare Center on Saturday, July 8. This concert promises to be an unforgettable night of music, bringing together fans for a memorable evening.Click HERE for tickets and info.Traffic Advisory:
If you're heading to the show from the north (Seattle, Bellevue, Renton), plan for extra time, as southbound SR 167 will be down to one (1) lane all weekend long, just north of SR 516 (Willis Street), for bridge deck resurfacing. WSDOT recommends using alternate routes, like southbound Interstate 5 to SR 516 or SR 181 (West Valley Highway) to avoid delays.
Elevate your day with the Throwdown Tailgate Party add-on with select GA Pit, Floor, and Reserved seats, powered by Family Law Solutions
. Throwdown Tailgate Party tickets are sold out. On top of your ticket to the show, you'll get access to the Party, which includes:
- An exclusive 2-hour pre-party before the doors open
- Up close viewing of The Morning Wolfpack interviewing artists playing that night, plus a special acoustic performance from Dalton Dover
- Food from Rollin' Smokehouse BBQ
- Commemorative show laminate
- Special Throwdown merch item
- No-host bar
- Plus, once you get inside, you'll get access to The Club during the show
Audacy's Throwdown and I'm Listening
, Audacy's platform committed to more mental health conversations, are proud to partner with Northwest Battle Buddies
, supporting our combat Veterans with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) by providing professionally-trained Service Dogs. Every day in the United States 22 Veterans die from suicide, due in part to PTSD. That's over 8,000 lives lost each year. While there is no cure for PTSD, service dogs can help reduce PTSD symptoms with life changing results. Veterans with PTSD can regain their freedom and independence with a Battle Buddy by their side.
I'm Listening is your place for mental health conversations. From your favorite artists to Olympic athletes, from our own experiences, to the experiences of our friends and families – mental health impacts us all. Mental health conversations matter. Talk Saves Lives.
If you or anyone you know is struggling with depression, anxiety, or simply feeling overwhelmed, know that you are not alone, help is available. Call, text, or chat 988 to connect with trained counselors from the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline network who will listen, understand, provide support, and connect callers to resources. Or in crisis, text TALK to 741-741. Or find a full list of resources here