8 things to do this week in Seattle (July 1-5)
Happy Sunday, friends! How excited are you for the upcoming week? Hopefully extremely excited, especially because we’ve got wicked things to do this week in Seattle. Also, you’ve got the start of July to look forward to! And we haven’t even started to talk about the 4th of July! Wow!
Time for another round of 8 things to do this week in Seattle.
Everett Quinton’s adaptation of ‘A Tale of Two Cities’ has a drag queen recreating the story to a baby. It that doesn’t sound like a fun way to get the week rolling, then we don’t know what is!
When: Monday, July 1
Where: The Rendezvous, 2322 2nd Ave
Tickets: $15 and up
As arguably one of the most influential art schools of all-time the Bauhaus has no issues being recognized for its centennial. What should be more prominent, though, is its female artists, as they far outweighed male students in enrolment the first year. Join German architect Kira Jungfleisch as she discusses this. The more you know, the taller you grow.
When: Tuesday, July 2
Where: Peter Miller Books, 304 Alaskan Way S, Post Alley
Cost: Free to attend with RSVP
Wicked can be almost singlehandedly credited with reviving modern musical theatre. Now, the knockout Broadway hit has come to Seattle, and showtimes end this week. If you’re at all into this kind of stuff, then it’s a must-see.
When: Showtimes throughout the week
Where: The Paramount Theatre, 724 Pine St
Tickets: Start around $89
The FIFA Women’s World Cup is going on, and Occidental Square is doing free screenings of the games. Head down, watch a little soccer, get inspired, try to emulate them at your local park, accept defeat. It’s a foolproof plan.
When: Tuesday, July 2 and Wednesday, July 3
Where: Occidental Square, 117 S Washington St
Or enjoy listening to the Pentatonix sing their hearts out. The iconic acapella group will be stopping in Tacoma this week, to the delight of Glee and Pitch Perfect fans everywhere.
When: Wednesday, July 3
Where: Tacoma Dome, 2727 E D St, Tacoma
Widely considered one of the best fireworks shows in the whole country, this perfect July 4th celebration will have everything you want and more. Beer gardens, exhibit booths, and a massive fireworks display set to a live score.
When: Thursday, July 4th
Where: Lake Union Park, 860 Terry Ave N
Plum Restaurants are back with their biggest 4th of July Vegan BBQ to date. Love all things BBQ but not into the whole ‘meat’ thing? Well, this is right up your alley. Nothing like some BBQ jackfruit! Actually though, it’s super tasty.
When: Thursday, July 4
Where: 312 15th Avenue
We don’t know why, but we have got an intense craving for seafood. Maybe it’s the heat, maybe we’re just feeling weird. Whatever it is, we want to share it with you. Check out our top 8 places to grab dinner in Seattle. Chances are high we will be making the rounds this week. Is it overkill? Yes. Do we care? No.
When: Whenever, wherever, we’re meant to be together
Where: All around Seattle
And there you have it, pals. From the theatre to art talks to massive celebrations, those are the 8 things to do this week in Seattle. Now, get out there and live it up, it is summer, after all!