Happy Monday, Seattle! We hope you enjoyed your first November weekend and are ready to see what the first full week of the month has in store. You can eat, listen to music or even just watch a good old movie if you like to keep things simple. Here are 10 of the best things to do in Seattle this week.
I wish I knew… I wish I knew you wanted Steve Lacy tickets because they’re all resale and ridiculously expensive. If you want to spend $250+ to belt “Bad Habit” go for it, we’ll pretend we didn’t see a thing.
When: Monday, November 7th
Where: 1700 1st Ave
We know it might sound a little odd but Seattle has some extraordinary hotel lobby bars. From downtown to north Seattle we have you covered with some great bars and restaurants to check out depending on what you’re in the mood for.
Whether you like it or not,November is here. Plan out your month of streaming by checking out what’s coming to a computer screen or TV near you in the new month.
Now that Halloween is behind us, you might just be looking to get more in the holiday or winter spirit. If thats the case, ice skating is a great option. We’ve highlighted some of the best rinks around the city for you to enjoy.
It’ll be the holiday season before you know it and for many, that means the giving season. Washington is generally regarded as one of the most generous states in the nation, with three local cities being recognized last year. Don’t know where to start giving back? We have you covered.
The Orionid meteor shower is on now, with meteors visible until November 22nd. The peak already passed on October 21st, according to NASA but it’s still worth taking a look. You probably won’t have to stare too hard to see these bright beauties but you do need to be ready because they are known for their speed.
Freakout Festival is taking place November 10th to the 13th at six different venues in Seattle. They include Tractor Tavern, Salmon Bay Eagles Club, Sunset Tavern, Conor Byrne, Hotel Albatross and Caffe Umbria. This years line up is extra big with over 110 bands playing. There’s a mix of local bands as well as bands from around the US and world. It’s a great way to learn about new bands and see what’s happening out there in the music scene.
When: November 10th-13th
Where: Participating venues
On November 11th and 25th, you can visit Washington State Parks for free. The free days are celebrating Veterans Day on the 11th and Native American Heritage Day on the 25th.
Folk is for fall, so a Kevin Morby concert in November is only appropriate. Sway to your favorite tunes from the past almost 10 years of albums or enjoy a new song or two.
When: Friday, November 11th
Where: 1426 1st Ave
Cloudbreak: Seattle ReviveLive Music Fest is celebrating the return of the city’s venues and showcasing some of Seattle’s live music scene. From November 3rd-23rd you’ll be able to visit an array of venues across the city. Some participating venues include The Crocodile, Neumos, The Vera Project, and many more.
When: Until November 23rd
Where: Participating venues city wide
Cost: Free/Varies by show
Enjoy all of the things to do in Seattle, and have a great week!