Things To Do

17 things to do in Seattle this June

Via Seattle Gay Scene

June has arrived which means there are more and more awesome things to do in Seattle. From outdoor adventures to indoor thrills, to food festivals, concerts, and more, there is going to be a little something for everyone this month. With that in mind, here are our picks for the best things to do in Seattle this June.

SLU Lunch Market Opening day

Everyone’s favorite Saturday brunch market brings the same event style to Lake Union Park for the perfect lunch spot every Wednesday.

When: Every Wednesday, beginning June 5 from 11 AM – 3 PM
Where: Lake Union Park
Cost: Free to attend

Goo Goo Dolls and Train

This show will be easy to sing along to, maybe shed a couple of embarrassing tears to, but, and most importantly, it’ll take you back to an easier time when people were just sad instead of sad online. Oh, there are a few happy songs too!

When:  June 7 – 8
Where:  White River Amphitheatre, 40601 Auburn Enumclaw Rd SE, Auburn
Cost:  $30+

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Look How Far We’ve Come

This is a free event that focuses on showcasing queer art. For this year, it’s set inside the Sky View Observatory, drawing attention to the new ‘heights’ of the queer perspective in the art institution.

When: June 6
Where: Sky View Observatory, 701 5th Avenue
Cost: Free

Food Truck Round-Up 29

A long-running event that hosts your favorite mobile restaurants. Swing by, browse your options and make a pick.

When: June 8 from 11 AM – 4 PM
Where: South Lake Union Saturday Market, 139 9th Ave N
Cost: Free to attend

Wicked: Live in Seattle

One of the most celebrated Broadway shows of all time will be arriving in The Paramount Theatre this month for what will surely be dazzling show after dazzling show.

When: Wednesday, June 12 – July 7
Where: The Paramount Theatre, 911 Pine Street
Cost: Prices Vary

Festival Sundiata Black Arts Fest 2019

A two-day long event held at the Seattle Center. Featuring music, food, vendors, art and interactive activities alongside a lot of other stuff. A great event to check out.

When: June 15 and June 16

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Free Screening of ‘I Am Not Your Negro’

An incredibly powerful movie about the unfinished book by James Baldwin. With Samuel L. Jackson narrating and featuring a ton of archival footage. Much like other Baldwin novels, it is a seminal piece of American history.

When: June 21

Wu-Tang Clan

After 25 years, Wu-Tang still ain’t nothin’ to f*** with. That being said, we heavily f*** with the idea of seeing ’em live. You should too.

When: June 21
Where: WaMu Theater, 800 Occidental Ave S
Cost: $85+

Creedence Clearwater Revisited

From Forrest Gump to The Big Lebowski, CCR’s classic tunes and insanely memorable guitar riffs have been immortalized by some of Hollywood’s biggest flicks. Add a live show to the soundtrack of your own memories to truly take their legendary status in. Different name, same great sound.

When: June 21-22
Where: Snoqualmie Casino-Ballroom, 37500 SE North Bend Way, Snoqualmie
Cost: $85+

Bacon, Eggs & Kegs

Thousands of brunch-lovers will flock to CenturyLink field for a delicious food fest featuring breakfast foods and booze.

When: Saturday, June 22 & Sunday, June 23
Where: CenturyLink Field, 800 Occidental Ave S
Cost: $35+

Fremont Solstice Parade

Arguably the weirdest parade in Seattle. This year promises giant puppets, stilt walkers, floats, skywriters, dancers, sashayers and musicians messing around. It’s a great experience, whether you’re participating or just checking it out.

When: June 22
Where: Fremont Arts Council, 3940 Fremont Ave N
Cost: Free

Seattle Outdoor Cinema

Looks like it’s time to celebrate Keanu Reeves at Seattle Outdoor Cinema! You won’t get any complaints from us, Keanu can do no wrong. On June 22nd you’ll be able to see him become The One as Neo in The Matrix.

When: June 22
Where: South Lake Union Discovery Center, 101 Westlake Ave N
Cost: Free

Anderson Paak

Rap, R&B, Soul, Funk- you name it, Paak does it. Or, at the very least, he certainly tries his best to. Cheer him on at the WaMu later in June to see if he can pull it off live. (Hint: he can)

When: June 20-21
Where: WaMu Theater, 800 Occidental Ave S
Cost: $90+

Seattle Night Market: Asia

We love Asian street food in general, but specifically Japanese stuff. Catch us stuffing our faces with takoyaki and okonomiyaki all night long.

When: June 22

Machine Gun Kelly

Eminem’s whipping boy is coming through Seattle in late June along with the edgy emo-white-boy-rapper chic that has actually turned out not bad for him. And hey, we’ll admit he held his own in that very odd rap battle.

When: June 25-26
Where: Showbox SoDo, 1700 1st Ave S
Cost: $55+

Jeff Lynne’s ELO

Guaranteed that you know more ELO songs than you think you know, and guaranteed that your Mom and Pops know even more. This show would be very, very worth checking out.

When:  June 28
Where:  Tacoma Dome, 2727 E D St, Tacoma
Cost:  $50+

Seattle Pride Parade

End the month of June with a bang at the Seattle Pride Parade. With over 200 groups and 60,000 individuals participating, this massive parade is sure to be one of the highlights of summer.

When: June 30 at 11 AM
Where: 4th Ave to Seattle Center
Cost: Free

And there you have it, Seattle! These are (in our opinion) the top things to do that are free in June. It’s going to be a hot month, so make sure that you stay hydrated while you’re out there having a ball!

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