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Seattle is full of night life and wonderful concert venues, from the symphony to pop, roots, rock, and jazz clubs. This is the scene just as people are exiting a concert at the Triple Door in downtown Seattle. There is a mainstage dinner theater that seats 300, and a separate bar venue called the Musicquarium for smaller combos. There is also a pan-asian restaurant called Wild Ginger above the two venues. The Triple Door serves up a very eclectic live playbill that includes up to the minute alt and rock bands, jazz legends, world music, pop, blues, even classical chamber music and live performances of music scores to films. I recently heard Jonatha Brooke in concert here and was super impressed by the crystal clear sound system. Music is a vital part of Seattle community life, and one can visit almost any neighborhood in the city and find a great live show to enjoy. After I uploaded this photo, I noticed the fellow in the blue shirt sort of highlighted in the midst of the crowd and liked that ;^).