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, and Pride festivities, here are 10 of the best things to do in & around Seattle this week.

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Summer Nights at the Pavilion Concerts

Get the lawn chair ready, and head to the Summer Nights at the Pavilion Concerts. Taking place every Tuesday after the Lakewood Farmers Market, these live concerts are family-friendly, and they feature a variety of musical genres.

When: Wednesday, June 26th, 2024
Where: The Pavilion at Fort Steilacoom Park, 9107 Angle Lane SW.
Cost: Free

Center City Cinema-Denny Park

They’re back! Center City Cinema returns with FREE movies in the park at 12 locations across the city. This week, catch The Goonies at Denny Park, and there will be food trucks.

When: Wednesday, June 26th, 2024
Where: 100 Dexter Ave N
Cost: Free

Bill Burr Live

Emmy and Grammy Award nominee, Bill Burr is a world-renown comedian, director/writer/producer/star of a #1 film on Netflix, critically-acclaimed dramatic and comedic actor, writer, producer, and he’s in Seattle this week for shows from Wednesday through Saturday!

When: Wednesday, June 26th, to Saturday, June 29th, 2024
Where:  The Moore Theatre, 1932 Second Avenue
Cost: $52.50+

Piano Men: A Billy Joel & Elton John Tribute at The Olympic Pavilion at Stoneburner

Piano Men is described as “the ultimate tribute” to Billy Joel & Elton John. Spend an evening under the stars at The Olympic Rooftop Pavilion at Stoneburne while listening to the music of two legends.

When: Wednesday, June 26th, 2024
Where:Olympic Rooftop Pavilion, 5214 Ballard Ave NW
Cost: $49+

Party in the Park 

It’s time for an art-filled dinner party unlike any other! Party in the Park is SAM’s most anticipated fundraiser of the summer, and you can expect playful art, incredible food, and stunning scenery at SAM’s Olympic Sculpture Park.

When:  Thursday, June 27th, 2024
Where: Olympic Sculpture Park
Cost: $150

Seattle Storm

Check out and support the Women’s National Basketball Association this week, as the Seattle Storm take on Indiana Fever at Climate Pledge Arena.

When: Thursday, June 27th, 2024
Where: Climate Pledge Arena
Cost: $101+

Summer Series Presents Yerbana Yoga in the Park

On Thursday nights, you can join 1,000 Seattle yogis as part of the “largest yoga event series in the country!”  You will need to bring your own mat and water bottle for this outdoor experience. At each event, there will be vendors of local goods to also check out

When: Thursday, June 27th, 2024
Where:Gas Works Park, 2101 North Northlake Way
Cost: Free

Center City Cinema- Cal Anderson Park 

Another Center City Cinema takes place on Friday, this time at Cal Anderson Park. Here you can watch To Wong Foo, Thanks for everything! Julie Newmar. There will be food trucks on site.

When: Friday, June 28th, 2024
Where: 1635 11th Ave
Cost: Free

Queer Pride Festival

Wrap up the month at Queer Pride Festival. On Friday, June 28, you can expect Santigold, La Goony Chonga, and Shea Couleé. Following that, on Saturday, June 29, Canada’s pop identical twins Tegan and Sara will he adline along with Perfume Genius and Juliette and the Licks.

As for the final day on Sunday, June 30th, Rico Nasty, Slayyyter, and Coco and Breezy will all take the stage.

When: Friday, June 28 to Sunday, June 30, 2024
Where: 11th Avenue, between E. Pike St. & Pine St.
Cost: $59+

The Taste NW

The Taste NW is described as “a melting pot of local and international cuisine, showcasing the best of what the South Sound has to offer.” Head to the free event that will have over 150 food and marketplace vendors, entertainment, comedy, and outdoor beer gardens.

When: Friday, June 28 to Sunday, June 30, 2024
Where: 110 9th Ave SW, Puyallup
Cost: Free to attend