Spring is officially just a little over a month away. Luckily for us in the PNW, sometimes spring feels like it’s coming a whole lot earlier. If you like to plan ahead it might not be such a bad idea to see what’s in store for the city in the next few months. Here’s a look at some of the biggest events happening in Seattle this spring.

Taste Washington

Taste Washington is the best way to celebrate all things Washington! The signature festival event, The Grand Tasting, takes place this year on March 11th & 12th at the Lumen Field Event Center. There you’ll find more than 200 wineries and over 50 restaurants showcasing their food and drinks.

When: March 6th-13th
Where: Varies by event

Moisture Festival

The Moisture Festival is back in a big way this year! With a new home at the Broadway Performance Hall, guests will get to enjoy an all-new experience. Watch varieté, cabaret, and more.

When: March 23rd-April 16th
Where: 1625 Broadway
Cost: $30+

WWE Monday Night Raw

Climate Pledge Arena is set to get a three-hour show from the Wrestling promotion WWE Monday Night Raw. The show is advertised to feature Seth ‘Freakin’ Rollins, RAW Women’s Champion Bianca Belair, Becky Lynch, Bobby Lashley, Kevin Owens, Finn Balor, United States Champion Austin Theory, and many more.

When: April 10th
Where: 334 1st Ave N
Cost: $50.50+

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John Mayer Solo Tour

Mayer’s solo tour is all about getting back to the basics as he returns to the stage to play old classics, current hits, and even some unreleased music all on acoustic, electric, and piano. You can hear his tunes played live at Climate Pledge Arena.

When: April 11th
Where: 334 1st Ave N
Cost: $69.50+

Skagit Valley Tulip Festival

The Skagit Valley Tulip Festival draws visitors from near and far each year to watch as Washington State transitions into spring. Visitors will be able to see the Tulip Festival beginning in April. As always, there are multiple participating flower farms and gardens in the Skagit Valley.

When: April
Where: Skagit Valley
Cost: Varies

Seattle International Film Festival

The 49th annual Seattle International Film Festival is taking place this May first in person and then online. That means you can enjoy a hybrid experience. The exact film lineup has yet to be announced but you will be able to see both local and international films with a variety of passes available.

When: May 11th–28th
Where: In-person & Online
Cost: $40+

U District Street Fair

The U District Street Fair is back for its 52nd year with 10 blocks of fair that takes over University Way. The two-day event will also feature free live music and performances, and over 40 food trucks and booths!

When: May 20th & 21st
Where: NE 43rd Street
Cost: Free/Varies


Folklife has long been a tradition at Seattle Center and is back in person for Seattleites to enjoy. This year’s cultural focus and theme is the Scandinavian term “Lagom” which means not too much, not too little, but just right. You’ll be able to eat, sing, dance, shop, and more at this fun-loving festival.

When: May 26th-29th
Where: Seattle Center
Cost: Free/Varies

There you have it, get ready to have a great spring.