We hope Daylight Savings is treating you all well this fine Monday. Either way, this is a big week for Seattle concerts and events. There’s no shortage of fun to be had around the city, here are 10 of the best things to do in & around Seattle this week.

Taste Washington

March 13th is the last day of Taste Washington. It’s the best way to celebrate all things Washington! The event features more than 200 wineries and over 50 restaurants showcasing their food and drinks.

When: March 13th
Where: Varies by event

Stevie Nicks

Is there a more magical person to see this month than Stevie Nicks? Probably not! The queen herself is gracing Seattle with a performance at Climate Pledge Arena which we will assume will be larger than life.

When: March 15th
Where: 334 1st Ave N
Cost: $130


Just when you thought this month’s lineup couldn’t get any bigger… SZA fans sold out the show quickly meaning you’ll be dealing with resale ticket prices but it might just be worth it so that you can sing all of your favorite songs old and new out loud.

When: March 16th
Where: 334 1st Ave N
Cost: $184+

Sunny Day Real Estate

This is looking like perhaps the best show of the month. Local band Sunny Day Real Estate is returning to the Emerald City to play what is sure to be an unforgettable show. It’s a great chance to hear all of your old favorite tunes played live as well as some newer ones.

When: March 16th
Where: 1932 2nd Ave
Cost: $36.50


Shygirl is taking over Neumos for two days of shows this March. You can hear the not-so-shy singer belt out her catchy pop tunes.

When: March 17th
Where: 925 E Pike St
Cost: $46+

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Seattle Official St Patrick’s Day Bar Crawl

Your purchase of a St Patrick’s Day Bar Crawl band gives you admission to bars participating in the crawl. You’ll also be given a QR code for a digital map showing you exactly where to go. Enjoy a host of drink specials and be sure to wear your best green get-up.

When: March 17th
Where: 1916 Post Alley
Cost: $10.99+

Seattle Irish Week

What’s a better way to celebrate Saint Patrick’s Day than with a whole week of Irish culture? During this week of events, you can partake in soda bread competitions, genealogy workshops, a parade, a festival, and more.

When: Until March 18th
Where: Seattle Center
Cost: Free/Varies

Check out a free workout class

The Seattle Center is offering free workout classes every Wednesday until March 29th. Attendees can choose between yoga and Zumba classes. All classes are drop-in so all you have to do is show up but make sure to bring water, proper attire, and a yoga mat.

When: Wednesdays until March 29th
Where: Seattle Center
Cost: Free

Make reservations for summer camping and backpacking

Love the outdoors? It’s time to think ahead to summer and get planning on your future camping reservations. We have broken down all the important dates for applying for some of Washington’s most popular camping lotteries.

Shop at a local vintage store

With spring just around the corner, you might be looking for a new piece or two for your closet. If that’s the case it doesn’t hurt to check out one of Seattle’s many amazing local vintage stores. From sportswear to true vintage pieces, there’s a store out there for you and we made a list of them.

Enjoy all of the things to do in Seattle, and have a great week!