See the Bands You Love. Park Like a VIP with ReachNow Drop Zone


A Friday night on Capitol Hill. There are few things like it in Seattle.

Virtually unlimited access to almost every genre of music and the smell of late night street dogs hold a special place in hearts of Seattleites of all ages.

The one trouble with a Friday night on Capitol Hill? Finding parking.

It’s all too common to see cars circling the block for 20 or 30 minutes before finding a place that balances the rain to run ratio. And, omni-present surge pricing on weekend nights makes it more expensive to get there than to buy your friends a round of drinks.

That’s where ReachNow Drop Zone comes in.

Our music-crazed team thinks it should be easier to get to the music. We’re making parking stress-free every Friday in March because your only headache should come from standing too close to the totally renovated sound system at Neumos while dancing to your favorite band.

Beginning this Friday, we’re offering a Drop Zone on Capitol Hill. From 6:00pm to 10:00pm, we reserved parking for members to drop their ReachNow vehicles instead of looking for parking. Our Drop Zone is centrally located on 10th & Pine, sandwiched deliciously between Rancho Bravo Tacos and Everyday Music.

No circling for parking. Never any surge pricing.

And, with that extra 20 – 30 minutes, be sure to check out the best of what Capitol Hill has to offer. KEXP has one of our favorite concert calendars.

ReachNow Drop Zone
• When: Every Friday in March (March 10, 17, 24 & 31)
• Time: 6:00pm – 10:00pm
• Where: 10th & Pine (between Rancho Bravo and Everyday Music); enter from Pine or 10th Ave.
• How: Look for the spots labeled ReachNow or for one of our team members on site

This is just the start. Over the next few weeks, you’ll hear more about how ReachNow is going to power all your favorite music moments in Seattle (cough, Upstream, cough).

Until then, want a Drop Zone in your favorite neighborhood? Have a big show you’re looking forward to? Planning to join us Friday night? Let us know. We’d love to hear from all of you.