Welcome to the first full weekend of the month. April is off to a hot start with festivals, eats, opportunities to get outdoors, and more. Ready to have some fun? Here are 10 of the best things to do in Seattle this weekend!

Moisture Festival

The Moisture Festival is back in a big way this year! With a new home at the Broadway Performance Hall, guests will get to enjoy an all-new experience. Watch varieté, cabaret, and more.

When: Until April 16th
Where: 1625 Broadway
Cost: $30+

Fremont Sunday Market

The Fremont Market is truly a classic Seattle shopping experience and it happens year-round, rain or shine. It’s a great place to find antiques, vintage clothing, and much more.

When: Every Sunday
Where: Evanston Ave N & 34th St

Stroll through a local garden

Seattle and the surrounding area are full of amazing, accessible gardens that you can enjoy. Some are free to visit and some require admission. Whether you’re looking for spring blooms, local history or unique landscapes, these gardens have you covered.

Skagit Valley Tulip Festival

This year, the Skagit Valley Tulip Festival will take place from April 1st to 30th in Mount Vernon. As always, it’s one of the most beautiful times of year to visit the Skagit Valley and the perfect time to bring home freshly cut, locally grown flowers.

When: April 1st-30th
Where: Skagit Valley
Cost: $12+

Go for a spring hike

Now that spring is officially here, there’s no better time to hit the trails. Of course, we went ahead and created a list of some of the best hikes that you can check out both near and far from the city.

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Enjoy Easter brunch

Easter only happens once a year and one of America’s favorite ways to celebrate the holiday is through brunch. Whether you’re looking for multiple courses or simple specials, we have you covered with a few options being offered around the city.

Check out some cherry blossoms

Cherry blossoms bloom once a year and add a whole lot of beauty to our city. That also means you have a relatively short window to see them. We went ahead and made a list of all of the best places to visit for optimal bloom views around the city.

Sound Bath Series

Every other Saturday you can enjoy a 45-minute sound bath meditation at the Thompson Seattle led by Eric Isaac of Studio Evolve. Your class includes a yoga mat, blanket, pillow, and eye mask for your comfort. Loose-fitting, comfortable attire is encouraged. You may also bring your own mat, blanket, or pillow if preferred.

When: April 8th
Where: 110 Stewart St
Cost: $50 per person


American singer, DJ, and producer Yaeji is headed to Seattle to play her blended style of house music and hip hop. Right now, it looks like most tickets are resale so you may have to pay a pretty penny to see her live.

When: April 8th
Where: 1426 1st Ave
Cost: $90+

Thick as Mud

This group exhibition at the Henry revolves around mud! More specifically relationships between people and place through the works of 8 artists. Works range from figurative clay sculpture to audio recordings of the swamp.

When: Until May 7th
Where: 15th Ave NE and NE 41st St
Cost: Free

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