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8 things to do in Seattle this week (October 7-11)

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Hey nice, the dates on our things to do this week in Seattle end up being 7/11. You gotta celebrate the small victories, you know? Is a ‘things-to-do list’ lining up with your preferred convenience store actually a small victory? We’re not sure, but we’re running with it.

Here are 8 things to do this week in Seattle.


This New York duo got a Grammy nomination before they even released an album. Not many get to make that claim. Hard-hitting production, tongue in cheek lyrics, and interesting musical influences make them a must for those looking for a fun night out.

When: Monday, October 7
Where: Showbox SoDo
Tickets: $27.50

Logic, JID and YBN Cordae

While Logic is going to be the major draw for this (and rightfully so), we’d be remiss if we didn’t say that we’re way more excited for the openers. JID and Cordae are both rap heavyweights in the making, and you can see both in one night.

When: Tuesday, October 8
Where: WAMU Theater
Tickets: $52

Klaus Johann Grobe

This Swiss duo is coming to Seattle for the first time this October. With origins in Krautrock, they’ve expanded into disco and chillwave. Honestly, you won’t even know that they’re singing a different language- that’s how hard you’ll be vibing.

When: Tuesday, October 8
Where: High Dive
Tickets: $13

Seattle Queer Film Fest

This massive festival will have everything from artist talks to short film nights and the year’s most talked about queer films. One of our top picks is Beauty and Decay, a documentary looking at Berghain’s most famous bouncer.

When: Starts Thursday, October 10
Where: Venues around Seattle
Tickets: Vary per event

Injury Reserve

An overlooked, but extremely fun, rap group. If you don’t lose your mind to ‘Oh Sh*t!’ then you need to give your head a shake. One of the hardest tracks of the past decade, hands down.

When: October 10
Where: Neumos
Tickets: $17

The 42nd Annual Film Noir Series

Touted as the world’s longest-running film noir series, this is your opportunity to get creeped out at the Seattle Art Museum. This week features the movie behind this year’s theme: an adaptation of To Have and Have Not by Ernest Hemingway called The Breaking Point.

When: Thursday, October 10
Where: Seattle Art Museum
Tickets: $78 for a full pass, or $9 per screening

Four Tet

An absolutely legendary DJ coming all the way from the UK to perform. Seriously, Four Tet has worked with practically everyone in the industry, from Jamie XX to Thom Yorke.

When: Thursday, October 10
Where: Showbox SoDo
Tickets: $23

Maribou State

Another critically acclaimed British powerhouse in the electronic world, with backing from the likes of Annie Mac, Pete Tong, and Mixmag. Honestly, we’re suprised the show isn’t sold out.

When: Friday, October 11
Where: The Showbox
Tickets: $19.99

And there you have it, folks! An admittedly very concert heavy lineup of the things to do in Seattle this week. What can we say? We think that these are your best options in the city, it just so happens to be a big music week.

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