Welcome to the last weekend of the month. July has flown by but you still have a few more days to get some summer fun in. If you’re ready to get out and about this weekend, we have some fresh ideas for you. From concerts to eats, the outdoors, and more, this weekend is looking pretty great. Here are 10 of the best things to do in Seattle this weekend.

Head to a local U-pick farm

U-pick season is officially here! If you’re looking to get out of the city this weekend why not pick some berries while you’re at it? From blueberries to raspberries and even veggies, Washington’s U-pick farms have you covered. Of course we made a list of our favorite spots.

Tori Amos

Tori Amos is playing this weekend as a part of Chateau Ste Michelle’s summer concert series in Woodinville. While tickets are now resale they haven’t reached prices like what we saw for Taylor Swift.

When: Friday, July 28th
Where: 14111 NE 145th St, Woodinville, WA
Cost: $114.42

Movies at the Mural

Enjoy a FREE outdoor movie at Seattle Center this weekend. The Mural Amphitheatre lawn transforms into an outdoor theatre with a 40-foot screen. Movie screenings start at dusk and each film is preceded by a short film made by students from Cornish College for the Arts. This weekend’s showing is The Princess Bride.

When: Friday, July 28th
Where: 305 Harrison St
Cost: Free

5th Annual Summer School Brewfest

Learn all about local brews at the 5th Annual Summer School Brewfest. The event features 40 beers and ciders from Washington and Oregon, as well as food specials, live music and more.

When: Saturday, July 29th
Where: 18607 Bothell Way Bothell, WA
Cost: $30-$35

Taste a Pike Place Market Food Tour

You’ve probably been to the market more times than you can count but why not try out a tour and see if you can discover something new? You’ll get to try all sorts of market food, learn about the market’s history and some of its many unique characters.

When: Tours available daily
Where: Pike Place Market (details given upon reservation)
Cost: $58.99

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Check out a Sounders game

Love soccer? You’re in luck because the Seattle Sounders are playing Monterrey this Sunday. Get on your jersey, grab some snacks and get ready to cheer for the home team!

When: Sunday, July 30th
Where: 800 Occidental Ave S
Cost: $39

Seattle Art Fair

Seattle Art Fair is now in its 7th year and like years past this fair will feature a mix of both local and international galleries. You’ll see local names like Greg Kucera, Foster/White, Traver Gallery, and more. As far as national international galleries go, you’ll see galleries from New York, London, Tokyo, Seoul, and more.

When: Thursday, July 27th-Sunday, July 30th
Where: Lumen Field Event Center, 800 Occidental Ave S
Cost: $35-$65

Visit a museum for free

You may or may not know but Seattle actually has 5 museums that you can always visit for free. We’ve listed them out and given you some details so you can take yourself on the perfect adventure. Or you can use your library card to check out even more. 

Pista sa Nayon

Pista sa Nayon Filipino Festival is back after 3 years! This year’s festival has an array of food vendors, local businesses and plenty of live entertainment and music. It’s all taking place at the Seward Park Amphitheatre for one day only.

When: Sunday, July 30th
Where: 5900 Lake Washington Blvd S
Cost: Free/Varies

Summer at SAM

SAM is hosting a ton of different free events this summer. Expect activities and performances that combine visual art, music, and community. There will also be evening concerts with food trucks and art making, daytime movement classes, tours, and community partner activities. So much to do!

When: Until Saturday, August 12th, 2023
Where: 2901 Western Ave
Cost: Free

Enjoy Seattle, and have a great weekend!