The Paramount Theatre
Historic performing arts venue that hosts major musicals, plus big-name music & comedy acts.
About The Paramount Theatre
Seattle's Paramount Theatre has enjoyed a long and storied history, beginning with its grand opening as the Seattle Theatre in March of 1928. Residents and visitors alike have been entertained at the magnificent theatre and millions have delighted in the theatre's architectural majesty, viewed countless films, and enjoyed thousands of performers from all corners of the globe. Continuing to serve the original vision that Ida Cole had for The Paramount, the Seattle Theatre Group has continued stewardship of the theatre. Additionally, STG operates and maintains the historic Moore and Neptune Theatres.
Seattle, WA 98101View on Google Maps
Transportation & Parking
The Paramount Theatre does not have its own parking lot. There is a loading zone on 9th Avenue and Pine to drop off passengers. There are several pay lots in the area as well as metered street parking (after 8 pm and Sundays are free). There are also multi-level garages at The Grand Hyatt’s 7th and Pike Street Garage, The Washington State Convention Center and in Pacific Place Mall.