Smashing Pineapples - Your January Concert and Events Calendar

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Did one of your New Year’s resolutions happen to be to see more shows and do more things? Great!

We have you covered with full concert and event calendars for some of our favorite cities. And if you need a place to crash afterwards, we even have you covered there as well with some great winter offers.







Queens of the Stone Age (Jan 25th / Key Arena)

Are you one of those people wondering where all the good rock n’ roll went? Well, Queens of the Stone Age would like to entertain you. One of the last great rock bands to be doing it on the regular, they’ll be turning their amps up to 11 on January 25th at Key Arena. $69+

Lewis Black (Jan 21st, 22nd / Moore Theater)

Whether you’ve been a fan through the years or know him through his random monologues on The Daily Show, Lewis Black is certainly a man of the times. His shaking finger and frustrated tone will certainly be present over the course of two shows at The Moore. $56+

Seattle Boat Show (Jan 26th - Feb 3rd / Multiple locations)

Nine days, three locations, and plenty of boats are making this one of the largest iterations of this classic Seattle event in its history. Adult ticket - $15






Bourbon and Bacon Fest (Jan 13th, Oregon Museum of Science and Industry)

Sip and slam your way through some of the best bourbon and food in the #PNW with Portland’s 3rd Annual Bourbon & Bacon Fest! You’ll get tastes of bourbon from distilleries large and small and tastes of bacon from tried-and-true to ways you’d never expect!  $40

Josh Ritter (Jan 24th / Crystal Ballroom)

American singer / songwriter Josh Ritter is bringing his Leonard Cohen inspired folk music to Portland’s iconic Crystal Ballroom. $60+

St. Vincent (Jan 20th / Keller Auditorium)

One of the more experimental and original voices of the last decade, St. Vincent brings her alt-pop brand of music to Portland. $74+






SF Restaurant Week (Jan 22nd -31st / Many locations)

Been looking to try that place? Need a date night? Take advantage of SF Restaurant Week to get out and enjoy discounted coursed meals at some of the city’s top eateries. $15-$60

The Wombats (Jan 27th / Fillmore)

The best of British synth-pop stop in San Francisco as they make their way up the coast. Catch the trio for soaring melodies and cracking choruses. $41+

Broken Lizard (Jan 20th / Cobb's Comedy Club)

Your favorite Super Troopers, Beerfest contestants, and sure there were a couple other movies but hey SUPER-TROOPERS will be doing sketch comedy live on stage. Sounds like a night full of shenanigans.  






Farmers Insurance Open (Jan 25-28 / Torrey Pines - La Jolla)

Enjoy some of the world’s top golfers in arguably one of the more scenic regular venues during the PGA tour’s schedule. Young upstart Jon Rahm won the tournament in dramatic fashion on Sunday, but catching action during practice rounds and on Thursday and Friday are often the best chances to get close to the players. $25+

Big Boi (Jan 18th / The Observatory)

One half of Outkast, Big Boi is still a formidable MC and showman without his counterpart Andre 3000. Remember, their huge album Speakerboxx was a split album with each dominating their own opus. Big Boi will surely perform some of those hits along with a few other favorites. $71+

The Killers with Alex Cameron (Jan 30th / Valley View Casino)

The rejuvenated rockers are back on tour supporting a new album with frontman Brandon Flowers riding high after a solid solo effort. C’mon, you know you want to scream Mr. Brightside like Cameron Diaz in The Holiday. $12+!






Lana Del Rey (Jan 11th / United Center)

The Queen of melodic Americana is playing one of the largest venues in Chicago. Expect compelling visuals to backup her dramatic lyrics.$38+

Beernival (Jan 20th / Joe’s Bar)

Like Charity? Like drinking for charity? Didn’t know that was a thing? Well support a good cause (Autism research) while taking on Chicago’s best beer pong players and flip-cuppers. $35+

Shakira (Jan 23rd / United Center)

Lana Del Rey not your cup of cafe’ con leche? Camp out for a couple weeks and check out the Latin stylings of Shakira. $45+

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