Cue The Weekend by Michael Gray… We’re ready to enjoy yet another beautifully sunny weekend in Seattle. This weekend you can see a concert, eat some new tasty food, or just get outside. Here are 10 of the best things to do in Seattle this weekend.
Local music, local music, local music, we’re all about it! This band takes a humorous approach to feminine stereotypes and in their lyrics and is just all-around good music. Not to mention you really can’t go wrong with seeing them at one of Seattle’s OG concert venues.
When: July 23rd
Where: 925 E Pike St
Check out a retro drive-in theatre
Want to watch a movie? You’re in luck because Washington has tons of amazing drive-in theatres that you can visit across the state. Stay close to the city or plan a weekend trip and movie showing. It’s a great way to get out of your Netflix habits and support some super cool Washington businesses.
Where: Click above to see our picks
Bloom: A Celebratory Dinner of Transformation
Dining events are coming back! We have to say they’re one of the things we miss most. Cafe Nordo’s Chef Erin Brindley is cooking up a few special events this month that focus on “new growth and transformation in the air after an impossibly difficult year”. So if you’re looking for an amazing dining experience this is probably it.
When: July 22nd-24th
Where: 109 S Main St
Cost: $100 per person
Fairview Ave N Bridge Opening
Who knew a bridge opening could be so much fun? Well, it turns out it can be. The new Fairview Ave N bridge is reopening and you can enjoy it on foot or wheels from 9:30 to 11:30 AM this Saturday. It’s a great way to check out the bridge safely before it opens up to cars.
When: July 24th
Where: Fairview Ave N Bridge
Enjoy some u-pick
Whether you want berries, flowers or apples, there are tons of u-pick options around the state. As you know apples aren’t quite in season but you can definitely pick from a whole host of berry spots. Get out there, get your berries, freeze them for winter or make a pie!
Where: Click above to see our picks
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BAM Arts Fair
It’s the Bellevue Art Museum’s 75th birthday! To celebrate they’re taking their annual arts fair digital. You’ll be able to purchase works from over 100 different artists. It’s a great way to celebrate and also take home some new art if that’s your thing.
When: Until August 5th
Susanna Bluhm. The Monkey-rope
If you’re looking to see some art this weekend then you can head over to J. Rinehart Gallery to see Susanna Bluhm’s The Monkey rope. The show features Bluhm’s abstract landscape-based paintings which come from her Red Country series. These paintings are all about meeting people in red states and learning to connect.
When: Until August 7th
Where: 319 Third Ave S
Seattle Festival of Dance + Improvisation
Love dance? Then you can’t miss the Seattle Festival of Dance + Improvisation, it’s a month of in-person and online movement intensives and classes with both local and national faculty. You can also check out events, pop-up performances, and more!
When: Until August 8th
Where: 117 Louisa St. #268
Cost: By donation
Check out a new nightclub
Feels crazy that venues are open again and on that note, Seattle actually has a brand new nightclub. Supernova Seattle has an amazingly funky interior and is all about being a safe space for women, BIPOC, and the LGBTQIA+ community. Sounds fun right? Well, it is and you don’t want to miss out.
Where: 110 S. Horton St
Hours: Friday and Saturday 8 pm-4 am
Enjoy delicious custom french toast
Tiffy’s Toast has rotating menus with different toast flavors and also some unique sides. This summer you can snag flavors like Ube, Fruity Bae, Strawberry Cheesecake, Ferrero Rocher, and Churo. Oh, and you can even order a custom toast if that’s more your thing. Not to mention sides like Banh Mi Fries, Crab Fries, and Birria Fries. Is your mouth watering yet?
When: By DM, One day in advance
Where: Renton, WA
It’s going to be a great weekend folks. Get out there, have some fun and soak up the summer sun while we still have it. We might just see you out there and we’ll be back next weekend with some more ideas of things for you to do in Seattle.
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