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© Chad Riley

Simply called Neumos by locals and pronounced “new moe’s,” this venue melds several entities within its walls including the restaurant Pike Street Fish Fry, a neighborhood bar named MOE BAR, and public/private space the VIP Room rented for events and parties. But Neumos Crystal Ball and Reading Room has served foremost as a music venue since it first opened in 1992 as Moe’s Mo’Roc’N Café.

Re-launched in 2003 as Neumos, the music plays on, and the concert hall portion of the business boasts great music bookings, light production values, and a state-of-the-art sound system. Not only that, but the surroundings are top-notch with three full-service bars, and a second floor and balcony overlooking a showroom with lush red theater curtains framing a huge stage.

Neumos offers up a spectrum of musical genres from indie rock to country music, with both local and national artists taking the stage. Some past performers have included The Shins, The Raconteurs, Muse, Adele, Vampire Weekend, and many more.

Moe's Bar has been an excellent addition to Seattle’s venues, especially with its history. In 1996 Moe's hosted the debut collaboration of Neil Young and Pearl Jam, which in turn brought many other artists to their stage. Featured bands included Oasis, Better Than Ezra, and The Goo Goo Dolls.

Attraction Information

  • Hours:
  • Monday through Friday: 10am to 6pm
  • Contact:
  • Location: 925 E. Pike St., Seattle, WA
  • Phone: 206-709-9442
  • Website:
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