Out with the old and in with the new, April is officially here folks! Ready to have a great start to spring? This week will certainly help you do just that. Between tons of concerts, opportunities to eat and get outdoors this week is looking pretty dang fun. Here are 10 of the best things to do in Seattle this week.

Get some work done in a new space

Next, a trio of some “regular”, but still fun, options around the city. If working from home is getting a little old, then maybe check out our roundup of some of the best cafes in the city to get some work done.

Where: Click the link above for our picks

Caroline Polachek with Lolo Zouaï

Indie pops favorite Caroline Polachek is playing in a small Tacoma venue instead of in the big Emerald City. That being said it’s absolutely worth making the trip South to see what is sure to be one of the best performances of the year.

When: March 30th
Where: 1322 Fawcett Ave Tacoma, WA
Cost: $25

Dua Lipa

One kiss is all it takes to have that song stuck in your head for an eternity. If you need some Dua Lipa in your life get ready because she’s coming to Climate Pledge Arena.

When: March 31
Where: 305 Harrison St
Cost: $113+

The Freakout Weekender

The Freakout Weekender comes from the folks behind Freakout Festival. While it’s only two days long it’s bigger than you might think. “The multi-venue, multi-cultural Seattle music festival will feature over 40 artists from around the globe, including Antibalas, Austra, Molly Burch, Armand Hammer, Efterklang, Surfbort, Tunde Olaniran, Cobra Man, Public Memory, Mintfield, and many more.”

When: April 1st & 2nd
Where: Multiple venues
Cost: $50-$225

Skagit Valley Tulip Festival

As the La Conner Daffodil Festival wraps up, the Skagit Valley Tulip Festival is beginning. See all of your favorite blooms at your preferred festival farm and of course, grab some blooms to take home. Best of all, you have all month to check it out.

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U District Cherry Blossom Festival

The best way to celebrate Seattle’s cherry blossoms is, of course, by visiting them. But it doesn’t hurt to enjoy a little bit of extra celebration, especially when it’s a new festival. The first annual U District Cherry Blossom Festival is happening now complete with blooms, food & drink specials, and shopping.

When: March 25th-April 10th
Where: University District
Cost: Free/Varies

Hit up a waterfront patio

Ready for patio season? We’re right behind ya and that’s why we made a list of some of our favorite waterfront patios around the city. Because what’s better than a patio on the water?

Seattle Moisture Festival

This festival is actually the world’s largest Comedy/Varieté festival.  It centers around 3-15 minute acts performed by artists accompanied by a live show band. To make things even more interesting, you never know what you’ll see on stage. Generally, you can expect aerialists, jugglers, magicians, comedians, and more. Plus it’s the final days of Hale’s Ales being open so go and show them some love.

When: Until April 10th
Where: 4301 Leary Way NW
Cost: $14–$28

Treat yourself to a nice dinner

You worked all day, and now you’re feeling that a nice meal has been well deserved. We’d agree, and we’re going to suggest you grab some food at one of the city’s most scenic restaurants.

See what’s new on Netflix

Now that April is here it means that there will be plenty of new things to watch. From new shows to classic films you’ll have no shortage of things to watch. You can of course also see what’s leaving Netflix this month.

Those are our picks for this week, Seattle!