It’s the last full weekend of September, can you believe it? Before the month is over, check out at least a few of the super fun things happening in the city. From having spooky fun to seeing concerts, theres plenty to do. Here are 10 of the best things to do in Seattle this weekend.
Check out a haunted cocktail soiree
The evening will take place at Capitol Hill’s magnificent DAR Rainier Chapter House, built in 1925. You’ll enter into a 22,000-square-foot haunted mansion where an evening of macabre magic awaits you. As you roam the house on your own or with friends, you’ll find tarot readings, strange roaming specters, secret games, and so much more.
When: Thursday-Sunday, September 23–October 31
Where: 800 E Roy St
Plan a fall date
Fall is one of the best times to enjoy dates, especially here in Seattle. Whether you just met someone or have been with your SO for years, we have some ideas on how you can make this fall’s dates the best yet.
Taste a brand new Korean BBQ resto
SoCal’s Baekjeong Korean Barbecue just opened a Seattle area location this past week. You’ll find premium meats for barbequing, bibimbap, ramyun, and much more. The main draw is of course the tabletop barbequing. When it comes to meats you’ll find prime ribeye, boneless short rib, thinly sliced brisket, pork jowl, and much more.
Where: Alderwood Mall, 3000 184th St SW Ste 922, Lynnwood WA 98037
Hours: Sunday-Thursday 5 PM-10 PM, Friday & Saturday 5 PM-12 AM
Watch a locally filmed spooky movie
Did you know that there are tons of horror movies that have been filmed in and around Seattle? Well now you do and we’ve made a whole list of some of the best that you can watch. From slasher to paranormal, it’s all there.
Shop at a local vintage shop
With cooler weather on the way, you might need to add a piece or two to your wardrobe. Seattle’s local vintage shops are here to help. You can find pieces from nearly any decade that are sure to elevate the pieces you already have. Best of all, we listed out our favorite spots for you.
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Hike beacon rock
If you’re looking for an unforgettable fall hike with amazing views, Beacon Rock is a great choice. The hike allows you to scale an over 840 foot tall ancient volcanic core in one relatively easy route. Talk about an Indiana Jones esq adventure!
Where: Beacon Rock State Park
Broken Social Scene
Canadian indie rock band Broken Social Scene is coming down to Seattle to give us all a show. Not only do they have some classic tunes but they’re also considered one of the most important artists of the last 25 years according to Pitchfork.
When: September 24th
Where: 911 Pine St
Look at all of the classic bands this month! Stereolab might just be one of the best things to do in Seattle this September and yet another perfect way to end your summer on a high note. Be sure to buy those tickets now while they’re still available.
When: September 25th
Where: 1426 1st Ave
Local Sightings Film Festival
The 25th Annual Local Sightings Film Festival is a virtual-and-in-person showcase of creative communities from throughout the Pacific Northwest. It’s a showcase of PNW moving image artwork, screenings, workshops, and filmmaker gatherings.
When: Until September 25th
Washington State Fair
Like fairs past, you’ll be able to see and visit all sorts of livestock, ride exhilarating rides, and enjoy classic fair food. You’ll also be able to see a full lineup of concerts with stars like Blake Shelton, Nelly, Anne Wilson, and many more.
When: Until September 25th
Where: 110 9th Ave SW, Puyallup, WA
Have a great weekend!
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