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8 things to do in Seattle this weekend (Nov 1-3)


Well, well, well. November has arrived. Not only that, but this is also the last weekend in Seattle to do things Halloween-related. That being said, that’s not the only stuff going on this weekend. Far from it! We’ve got food events, concerts, parties, and much more.

Here are 8 of the best things to do in Seattle this weekend.

Two Door Cinema Club

We look back on our high school years and boom! Two Door Cinema Club and their poppy, upbeat sound is right there.

When: November 1
Where: Showbox SoDo
Tickets: $35

The Whisky Extravaganza

This touring event offers both novices and connoisseurs to enjoy some of the world’s finest whiskeys. There will be masterclasses and food pairings throughout the evening as well. Perfect for your next Sunday night cigar.

When: November 1
Where: The Rainier Club
Tickets: $150

Ballard Brewed Winter Beer Festival

Join a slew of local breweries as they bring two different winter beers, one of which hasn’t been released before. Looking for a chocolate stout or something for your beer nerd friends? Find one here, or even better, bring them along.

When: November 2
Where: Hale’s Ales Palladium
Tickets: $30

Freaky Friday Halloween Boat Party

The biggest Halloween boat party in Seattle returns for two nights of terror (and fun) on the water.

When: Friday, November 1 and Saturday, November 2
Where: Lake Union Charters – Emerald City Party Boats, 1611 Fairview Ave E
Tickets: $25+

Seattle Restaurant Week

Over 165 different Seattle restaurants will be hopping into this massive event. Enjoy a 3-course meal for only $35, no matter where you go. Participating restaurants include Central Smoke, Osteria La Spiga, and Yoroshiku.

When: Runs until November 7
Where: 165 restaurants around Seattle
Cost: $35

Dia de Muertos Festival

Celebrate the memory of loved ones with this huge festival of  art, culture, and activities fit for the whole family.

When: Saturday, November 2 and Sunday, November 3
Where: Seattle Center, 500 Harrison St
Cost: Free admission

Whole Foods 20th Anniversary Tasting Fair

Celebrate 20 years of eating healthy (sorta) at the Madison Broadway Whole Foods location. Sample your way through a tasting fair, shop your heart out, and eat like your life depends on it.

When: Saturday, November 2 and Sunday, November 3
Where: Whole Foods Market, 1001 Broadway
Cost: Free admission

The Big Flea Pop-Up

Check out over 75 vendors, snack on some food truck grub, and enjoy the sights and sounds of Seattle’s original flea market.

When: Sunday, November 3 from 10 am – 4 pm
Where: Fremont Sunday Market
Cost: Free admission

There you have it, pals! Those are 8 of the best things to do in Seattle this weekend.

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