The Seasons Performance Hall, 101 N Naches Ave in Yakima

4.6 - 5 votes
  • 101 N Naches Ave
  • (509) 453-1888
  • website

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  • Ambience: Classy

Ratings

  • Google 4
  • Facebook 1
  • Yelp 5
  • Foursquare 1
  • Tripadvisor 4

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accepts credit cards good for kids good for groups has tv

Reviews

Lea-Anne Garrett
Fantastic venue! Acoustics were amazing and so was the staff!
February 2020
5
Pete Carvo
Roomy, good acoustics, nice staff
January 2020
5
Steve G.
An historic building that has been wonderfully repurposed. Great friendly social atmosphere, nice balance of intimate and comfortable. We were there for the Mark O'Connor Christmas concert - a very full stage of acoustic instruments and they had minimal amplification, probably didn't need any. Not a bad seat in the house, the balcony seats are nearly as good as the main floor. The one drawback, and this could be a big one, is that the main floor and the refreshment area are all 21-over only. We found this a huge disappointment. Staff couldn't have been more gracious relocating the young adult portion of our family but that 1) split up the family and 2) would have been much better known prior to arriving early to find and hold out seats. Ah, one other detail: no assigned seating. I'd have rather paid triple the price for an alcohol-free venue. That's a bet the current owners will figure out for themselves. Keeps them from a 5-star rating from my family. Kudos to the top-quality name-brand music.
December 2019
4
CATXWASteveG
An historic building that has been wonderfully repurposed. Great friendly social atmosphere, nice balance of intimate and comfortable. We were there for the Mark O'Connor Christmas concert - a very full stage of acoustic instruments and they had minimal amplification, probably didn't need any. Not a bad seat in the house, the balcony seats are nearly as good as the main floor. The one drawback, and this could be a big one, is that the main floor and the refreshment area are all 21-over only. We found this a huge disappointment. Staff couldn't have been more gracious relocating the young adult portion of our family but that 1) split up the family and 2) would have been much better known prior to arriving early to find and hold out seats. Ah, one other detail: no assigned seating. I'd have rather paid triple the price for an alcohol-free venue. That's a bet the current owners will figure out for themselves. Keeps them from a 5-star rating from my family. Kudos to the top-quality name-brand music.
December 2019
4
KYLLE Fish
Have attended many great concerts at The Seasons Music Hall in Yakima. This venue brings in top tier musical talent from all over nation as well as local and regional stars. All genres represented, classical, jazz, rock, rap, country and much more. Comfortable, intimate, food, drinks make a lively evening. Many family friendly concerts and event especially around holidays.
October 2019
5
Carmen Nelson
I saw Mandy Harvey here and she was amazing and it was amazing and the building is so old and cool because it has that awesome architecture. Also it is a smaller venue so there really aren't any bad seats.
October 2019
4
Martin Streich
Awesome venue, very intimate and great shows!
July 2019
5
Kevin Dow
This former church has been converted to a concert hall/special events venue. Seating is on wooden pews that are padded. Pews in the front of the room have tables.
July 2019
5
Rodney Carlstrom
Love going there to see The Seattle Rock orchestra, the help is always friendly, and the booze is Awesome! Haven't tried the food yet, bit I hear it is great!! Will go back!! Rock On!!
May 2019
5
David Rossignol
It has been a while, but the performances here have been top shelf! Deadwood Revival even invited the audience out for a nightcap after their show. How cool is that?
April 2019
5
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