Want to get some friends together and sing? Whether it’s in a private room or for the whole bar, these Seattle karaoke bars know how to bring out your inner rock star.

Rock Box
1603 Nagle Place
Seattle, WA 98122

Rock Box is a Japanese style karaoke club – aka “karaoke box.” The Rock Box includes a full bar and 12 private rooms that groups of friends can reserve to eat, drink and sing. Boxes vary in size and are suitable for 1-2 up to 15+ people. There’s also a “party room” that can accommodate 35+ for birthdays or bachelorette parties. Boxes are equipped with flat screen tvs and cable, and rooms can be booked for sporting or movie events. Cost is $7/person/hour from 8pm to close Monday through Saturday. During happy hour, there’s a discounted karaoke rate of $4/person/hour and drink specials. Rock Box is 21+. Call to reserve a room.

Seattle’s Best Karaoke
1818 Minor Ave
Seattle, WA 98101

You can sing in private karaoke rooms at SBK. Or SBK can deliver a karaoke system to your location. There is no food or alcoholic drinks served at SBK. You can bring in your own food and non-alcoholic beverages. SBK is available to all ages, with no age minimum. You pay $5.00 per hour for each person in your karaoke party room. Rooms hold up to 15 people comfortably, but you can bring more! Call to reserve a room.

Hula Hula Lounge
106 1st Ave N
Seattle, WA 98109

Hula Hula is Lower Queen Anne’s tropical oasis. A perfect place for an after work drink, pre-Key Arena meeting spot, girls’ night out or rockin’ the best karaoke in Seattle, 7 nights a week. Stop on by and enjoy a “Classic” Mai Tai or a Flaming Volcano Bowl and get ready to show the world that you can belt it out just like Steve Perry.

105 W. Mercer Street
Seattle, WA 98119

Karaoke 7 nights a week at Ozzie’s. Come out to sing or just enjoy the show with a cold one. Weekends include two floors of karaoke madness. Call to reserve your table or private party space. Great happy hour menu, as well as full dinner service.

Marco Polo Bar and Grill
5613 4th AVE South
Seattle, WA 98108

There’s Friday and Saturday Night Karaoke at this longstanding neighborhood saloon. A Georgetown staple since 1950, Marco Polo is best known for its frosty mugs and fried chicken.


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