In the blink of an eye, it’s the last week of the month. Get ready to close June and welcome July on a high note. From art to concerts, eats, movies, shopping, and more. Here are 11 of the best things to do in & around Seattle this week.
Want to see a movie? Something a bit weirder, and more physiologically thrilling? Moon Garden is playing at the Grand Illusion in the U District right now. Watch as a little girl navigates a darkly surreal and industrial dream world and comes back to consciousness.
When: Until July 3rd
Where: 1403 NE 50th St
Elevate your 4th of July plans, literally- Ascend Prime Steak & Sushi is throwing an epic party with city views from the 31st floor! The celebration comes in hand with their 5th Anniversary and will feature culinary stations, live music, cocktail demos, and an incredible fireworks show & complimentary champagne toast to tie it all off.
When: Tuesday, July 4th from 7 PM-11 PM
Where: Ascend Prime Steak & Sushi – 10400 NE 4th St Ste 3100, Bellevue
Each Monday you can check out an open mic hosted by Evan Flory-Barnes. The open mic is welcome to singers/songwriters, instrumentalists, poets, thespians, emcees, comedians, or any individual wanting to share something on the heart.
Where: 4900 Rainier Ave S
In Grossman’s work, materials and meaning inform each other with each piece layered in meaning and symbolism. Check out her sculptures for yourself and see what you can figure out.
When: Until July 1st
Where: 110 Union St #200
Whether it’s a day off, after work, or somewhere in between, it never hurts to take a stroll. Seattle has tons of amazing public parks and gardens waiting for you to explore.
Mondays don’t have to be so bad. Every Monday you can score $10 pizzas from 5 PM-9 PM. Reservations are encouraged, dine-in only, 90-minute limit on tables, it gets busy!
Where: 2305 24th Ave E
When was the last time you went to a local range and played some mini putt? Seattle has many spots to put your golf skills to the test. Of course, we’ve created a list of some of the best spots for you to enjoy.
The Indigo Girls have been at it since the 80s! Their harmonious blend of heartfelt lyrics and intricate melodies has captivated audiences worldwide. Their socially conscious songs and poignant storytelling set them apart and have solicited them as icons of the folk music scene.
When: June 28th & 29th
Where: Woodland Park Zoo
The Seattle Chamber Music Society concert truck is back with “18 performances, 18 locations, 10 days, 8 musicians, 1000’s of music lovers.” It’s a unique opportunity to listen to music that you might otherwise not hear and it’s free!
When: Until July 2nd
Where: Various locations
If you need to unwind after work, consider stopping by Petite Bottle Shop, Seattle’s newest and smallest place to grab natural wine. Beyond natural wines, shoppers can find beer, cider, sake, and even zero-proof beverages.
Where: 5410 22nd Ave NW
Hours: Thursday-Saturday 12 PM-6 PM, Sunday 10 AM-5 PM
Food Truck Fest invites you to spice up your lunch with a mini food court of options. Five local trucks will take over the park on the last Wednesday of each month. Beyond eats, you can enjoy free live music and games for the perfect lunchtime break.
When: Until August 30th
Where: Westlake Park
Enjoy everything to do in Seattle, and have a great week!