The first full week of November is off to a rocking start with a ton of concerts for you to attend. If music isn’t your thing there are also light displays, a chance to watch movies outside, and even some art exhibitions. Here are 11 of the best things to do in Seattle this week.


Iconic rock legends KISS are known for their flaming (literally) sets paired with explosive performances and iconic makeup. With over four decades of rock ‘n’ roll, they remain one of the genre’s most identifiable bands.

When: Monday, November 6th
Where: 334 1st Ave N
Cost: $54+

Earl Sweatshirt

Earl Sweatshirt is known for his introspective lyricism and storytelling through the genre of hip-hop. His evolution from the Odd Future collective to solo prominence has solidified him as an influential force in the rap sphere.

When: Monday, November 6th
Where: 1700 1st Ave S
Cost: $55+

Sponsored Pick: Menashe & Sons Jewelers 50th Anniversary Open House

Cheers to 50 years of BLING! West Seattle’s very own Menashe & Sons Jewelers is celebrating 50 years in business, and they’re going all out. Snag 30 – 50% savings on jaw-dropping custom, estate, diamond, gold, and gemstone jewelry, as well as fine watches (sale excludes Rolex), and kick off the celebrations at their Open House where you can browse, buy, and enjoy bubbles and bites. It’s time to shine, darlings!

When: Thursday, Nov 9th from 5-8 PM
Where: Menashe & Sons Jewelers – 4532 California Ave SW, Seattle
Cost: Free entrance, visit @menasheandsons on IG for more info!

Beach Fossils

Beach Fossils dream-pop melodies create hazy soundscapes that wash over listeners like ocean waves, hence the name… Their music embodies nostalgia and contemplation, for a perfectly chill evening of listening. They will also be joined by Turnover.

When: Wednesday, November 8th
Where: 1700 1st Ave S
Cost: $51+

Travis Scott

Travis Scott is well known for many reasons at this point. He is, of course, a well-known rapper, and his show at Climate Pledge Arena is in support of his latest album.

When: Wednesday, November 8th
Where: 334 1st Ave N
Cost: $77+

Ms. Lauryn Hill & Fugees: Miseducation of Lauryn Hill 25th Anniv. Tour

Lauryn Hill needs no introduction as an iconic trailblazer in the music world. Her tales of love, empowerment, and social commentary have captivated listeners for decades. 

When: Thursday, November 9th
Where: 334 1st Ave N
Cost: $69.50+

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No, it’s not 2008, it is in fact 2023 and the Jonas Brothers are touring. The brothers will be at Climate Pledge Arena, so if you’re up for some dancing, you can check it out and enjoy singing all of your favorite boy band’s catchy tunes.

When: Friday, November 10th
Where: 334 1st Ave N
Cost: $59.95+


Starting Friday, November 10th you can explore the zoo like never before. WildLanterns is a lantern festival unlike any in the Northwest due to its specific focus on nature and animals. No matter how old you are, you’re sure to be wowed by the size and diversity of the hand-crafted displays.

When: Friday, November 10th-Sunday, January 14th, 2024
Where: 5500 Phinney Ave N
Cost: $29.95-$36.95+

Autumn Movie Nights

The Freeway Park Association is calling all movie lovers to enjoy The Goonies on the big screen right in the heart of Seattle. The movie starts at 7 PM and takes place at Seneca Plaza. Even better, free popcorn, snacks, and drinks will be provided.

When: Friday, November 10th
Where: 600 Seneca Street
Cost: Free

“Maples Of The Seattle Japanese Garden” Exhibit

If you’ve ever wondered how the Seattle Japanese Garden records the history of its maples, this exhibit is for you.  See a collection of leaf pressings collected from 2017 as part of your visit to this stunning garden.

When: Daily until November 30th
Where: 1075 Lake Washington Blvd E
Cost: $10

Soft Power

Soft Power is a textile-based show with works that reflect “potent expressions of care” and “rebuke, resistance, and resilience.” They are “soft manifestations of cultural heritage” and “amplify personal narrative and social criticism through process and materiality.”

When: Until Sunday, September 1st
Where: 1701 Pacific Avenue, Tacoma, WA
Cost: $18

Enjoy Seattle, and have a great week!