Bob Dylan rambles into town in October.

Here's a good way to tell you've made it: when your name becomes an adjective. There have been enough singer-songwriters who've been dubbed "dylanesque" over the years to populate a small island nation (though the male-to-female ratio would be troubling). But there's no need to delve into the world of dylanesque artists when you can have the real thing. In October, Bob Dylan heads to Seattle for three nights of shows at the Paramount Theatre (Oct 17–19).

Bob Dylan
Oct 17–19, Paramount Theatre, $46–$330

Tickets for Bob Dylan at the Paramount go on sale this Friday, September 5 at 10am via stgpresents.org or by phone at 877-784-4849. Tickets range from $46–$125 with special ticket packages that include merchandise available for $180–$330.

Maroon 5
Mar 28, 2015, Tacoma Dome, $122

Maroon 5 isn't touring in support of the group's new album until next spring, but the band has already mapped out a Tacoma Dome date on March 28, 2015. And while that's hundreds of days away, fans looking to snag the best seats can do so next week. Tickets for Maroon 5 at the Tacoma Dome go on sale Saturday, September 13 at 10am via ticketmaster.com. Currently the only listed ticket price is $122, but that can't be the only price point that will be offered unless the band has collectively gone insane.

Usher
Nov 26 at 7:30, KeyArena, $35–$150

In other arena concert news, R&B star Usher is back on the scene and headed to KeyArena on November 26. The singer and The Voice coach has been building hype for his upcoming album UR through various outlets including a performance on the recent MTV Video Music Awards. Tickets for the KeyArena concert run $35–$150 and go on sale next Monday, September 8 at on ticketmaster.com.

Odesza
Oct 23 & 24, The Showbox, $20

Finally, Seattle electronic duo Odesza have added a second show at the the Showbox in October after the selling out the first. The additional concert will be held on Thursday, October 23. The show will mark Odesza's first local concert post-release of its new album In Return (which comes out on September 9). The Showbox gigs should be some of the chillest EDM parties of the fall. Tickets are $20 and go on sale Friday, September 5 at 10am on showboxpresents.com.


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