CLOSE TO SOLD OUT: Tears for Fears at Chateau Ste. Michelle


If you’re going to see Tears for Fears at Maryhill Winery, you may want to stick around and head over to Chateau Ste. Michelle in Woodinville, Washington. It’s a 3 hour drive so that’s pretty close in our opinion. You can also take advantage of the wine tastings and other cool things going on at this location because the next show isn’t until the 20th. This is the show at which to do a fun meetup.

Time: Show starts at 7:00 pm Gates will open approximately 2 hours before scheduled start. General Admission: $51.50 Reserve Seating: $79.50 Buy Tickets.

Accomodations: This one isn’t not cheap. It’s market rate pricing but it’s close to the venue. It’s called Willow’s Lodge Address: 14580 NE 145th St, Woodinville, WA 98072
Phone:(425) 424-3900 – It’s got a great set of holiday packages so you can relax and enjoy yourself. If you’re going to go this far go all out.

Our second choice: Country Inn & Suites By Carlson, Bothell, WA which is about $170 a night after taxes.

Airfare: As mentioned before for this leg of the tour, is offering really great rates in the mid to high $300 round trip. Enjoy that!

Meet and Greets: We do not have any travel fan plans for this location though we did at one time. Sadly due to the reschedule of this show, many of our core travel fan team members had to bail. Those tickets were sold to locals from what we understand. This show is also close to sold out on Ticketmaster. Third party tickets are available but make sure you can return them/buy the show insurance as we instructed during the reschedule notice. If anything changes in regards to  hanging out and partying we’ll tweet about it using the hashtag #RollCall.


5 thoughts on “CLOSE TO SOLD OUT: Tears for Fears at Chateau Ste. Michelle

  1. Any word on a meet and greet at the Chateau St Michelle? After? What is it? Meet other fans? Meet band?

    This will be my first time ever seeing them! In the past, I’ve either encountered sold out or been in wrong place, wrong time.

    1. A meet and greet usually involves meeting the band. We don’t schedule those. If we get a note from the band saying there is one we immediately get in touch with others who have let us know via FB Mail or Twitter that they are attending. We also send out a tweet using the hashtag #RollCall so we don’t “miss” or neglect anyone. We have our own security & a no scream policy and we go see them as seen and noted on several blog posts.

      Meetups/Fan Fun: We often go as a group to dinner, have drinks or create impromptu dance parties where possible before or after a show.

      Right now we don’t have a full list of who is going. Seems like mostly winery members and couples looking to have a nice “date night” with the band vs mega party people like us.

      1. Well I’ll be alone so I could do either. I’ll keep my eyes peeled for a tweet or something. I’ve never seen them before. Either the timing was wrong/sold out, or they didn’t perform near me. I’m just happy I’m going to this concert! Can’t wait!

      2. Hello again! I am going to this show alone. I’d love to meet up with you😊. I’m coming into the Chat at the North end. Give me a text at the show 206 234 9132.

        Sent from my iPhone


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