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8 things to do in Seattle this week (February 10-14)

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Whatcha been up to this week? Getting rained on? Us too. With some solid sun in the forecast this week, we’re ready to make the most of it. We might even bust out the bikini and try to get a tan. Haha, just kidding. Here are 8 things to do in Seattle this week.

Bat For Lashes

Start your week off with some indie dream pop by English singer, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist Natasha Khan, AKA Bat For Lashes. In case you didn’t know, she’s featured on the Twilight soundtrack and Twilight took place in Forks, Washington. So you know, its a local endeavor (kinda).

When: Monday, February 10th
Where: Neptune Theatre, 1303 NE 45th St
Cost: $25


Sango is a self-proclaimed ‘beatmaker’, which is a fancy way of saying that it’s really hard to categorize his production style. Well, luckily for him we know one word that’s fitting- revolutionary. Listen to his most recent project with Xavier Omar if you’re skeptical. Oh yeah, he also did the drums for Frank Ocean’s “In My Room”.

When: Tuesday, February 11th
Where: Neumos, 925 E Pike St
Cost: $22 and up

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Boundless: Stories of Asian Art

You’ve probably seen everywhere at this point that the Seattle Asian Art Museum is reopening, but it’s finally open to the public! That’s right, fmor Wednesday onward you can continue to regularly visit the new and improved museum. So now instead of seeing art broken up by countries, the exhibitions are displayed around 12 themes.

When: February 12th onward
Where: Seattle Asian Art Museum, Volunteer Park, 1400 E Prospect St
Cost: $14.99 or free for members

Oyster Feast at The Growler Guys

What’s a week in Seattle without an oyster event? It’s just not Seattle. But hey, oysters are amazing, and they’re one of the things our state does best. So head on down to The Growler Guys to enjoy oysters from Pleasant Bay Oyster Company and beer from Breakside Brewery.

When: Thursday, February 13th
Where: The Growler Guys, 8500 Lake City Way NE
Cost: Varies

Laser Nirvana

It might just be one of those weeks where you need to lay on the floor and listen to Nirvana and that’s totally okay. Head over to the Pacific Science Center to do so because they’ll accompany your jam sesh with some nice lasers. Good times all around.

When: Thursday, February 13th
Where: Laser Dome at Pacific Science Center, 200 Second Ave E
Cost: $14

Emo Night

If you’re feeling extra emo on Valentine’s Day, then this is 100% the event for you. Emo Night by Emo Night LA will have you reliving the early 2000s and all the black clothing choices you made then. You’ll be missing your MySpace after this high-energy, passionately emo DJ night!

When: Friday, February 14th
Where: Chop Suey, 1325 E Madison St
Cost: $15

Cookie’s Fried Chicken at Good Day Donuts

What says love like fried chicken and donuts? We just thought that was the definition of love… Anyways, pop-up Cookie’s Country Fried Chicken will collab with White Center’s Good Day Donuts for a night of serious tastiness. We can’t wait to try the donut chicken sandwiches, but get there early because everyone else is thinking the same thing.

When: Friday, February 14th
Where: Good Day Donuts, 9823 15th Ave SW
Cost: Varies

Flannel Formal

No plans for Valentine’s Day? You might as well get super cozy at the Flannel Formal, which is described as an all-white party but make it flannel. All we can say is that it sounds nice and soft!

When: Friday, February 14
Where: 115 Bell St
Cost: $35

Ok ok ok, that’s the week, Seattle. As you can see, plenty of fun things to do and maybe even some sunshine to do them under. Score!

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