It may be hard to think ahead to summer, but realistically it will be here before you know it, especially with spring just a few weeks away. What’s more, this summer is set to be a big one for Seattle with iconic festivals like Bumbershoot returning now and Capitol Hill Queer/Pride Festival. Here’s what to expect.

Capitol Hill Queer/Pride Festival is the largest 21+ music and arts Pride festival in the Pacific Northwest that features both national and hyper-local artists. That includes musicians, drag queens, burlesque dancers, and more.

This year’s festival will take place on June 23rd-25th in the heart of Seattle’s Capitol Hill neighborhood.

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So who can you see at this year’s festival? Headliners include Orville Peck, Trixie Mattel, Pabllo Vittar, Peaches, and Charo. Other performances include Seattle’s hometown heroine and Queer/Bar stage star Bosco as well as current Season 15 Drag Race megastars and queens Sasha Colby, Luxx Noir London, and Mistress Isabelle Brooks.

Best of all? Tickets go on sale Wednesday, March 8th at noon! What’s more, you have a chance to snag some sweet deals while they last. You can get 3-day general admission and 3-day VIP Passes starting at $150 but keep in mind, these tickets will sell out quickly.  If you wait prices will go up starting at $180. If you don’t want to commit to the full 3-day festival you can purchase single days, but prices and availability have yet to be announced.

Capitol Hill Queer/Pride Festival

When: June 23rd-25th
Where: Capitol Hill
Cost: $150+ (Single day ticket prices TBA)