Welcome to a new week and month Seattle! There are plenty of things to do in this fair city. Between music, drinks, and food, we have you covered with an assortment of fun. Here are 10 of the best things to do in Seattle this week.
Love watching new films? Check out a new series on Shinya Tsukamoto from The Beacon. Each Monday you can watch a new film and learn more about this Japanese horror auteurs work.
When: Mondays until October 2nd
Where: 4405 Rainier Ave S
Black Lagoon is a Halloween pop-up bar that is open now until November 4th. Guests can check out the lagoon daily from 4 PM-2 AM. It’s described as a “swampy harbor” and welcomes all ghosts, monsters, witches and zombies.
When: Tuesday, September 26th-Saturday, November 4th
Where: 2332 2nd Ave
Starting Wednesday, October 4th, Bar Bake Shop will open its doors at 4:30 PM. Guests can expect to find “a few savory snack plates, 4 or 5 plated desserts, and an expanded wine menu with 6+ by-the-glass options on any day.”
When: Opens Wednesday, October 4th, Tuesday-Saturday 4:30 PM-8 PM
Where: 221 1st Ave W #100
American psych-rock band the Brain Jonestown Massacre is coming to Seattle! As they have a strong fan base, tickets are sold out with some left in the resale prices. You’ll have to pay a pretty penny to see them live but it might just be worth it for you.
When: Wednesday, October 4th
Where: 925 E Pike St
The Arboretum is one of Seattle’s best spots for getting outdoors, especially in the summer. While you can walk it by yourself at any time, you can also enjoy free tours on the first Thursday of each month from 11:30 AM-1 PM.
When: First Thursday of every month
Where: 2300 Arboretum Drive E
Swedish electronic music group Little Dragon is coming to the Neptune Theatre. They may be sold out, but they have some resale tickets available.
When: Wednesday, October 4th
Where: 1303 NE 45th St
If you happen to live south of the city you can head to the Museum of Glass and learn all about neon, including its history as well as its current resurgence specifically among female artists. You can also visit the museum’s other permanent and rotating exhibitions.
When: Daily until Saturday, October 7th
Where: 1801 Dock St Tacoma, WA
Head to Tacoma for the Tacoma Greek Festival. Guests will be able to see the St. Nicholas Dancers, take tours of the St. Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church, and enjoy an array of delicious eats.
When: Friday, October 6th-Sunday, October 8th
Where: 1523 S Yakima Ave, Tacoma WA
Looking to see art without breaking the bank? Many museums happen to offer free entrance on the first Thursday or Friday of the month. Of course, we’ve listed out those institutions for you.
Stalker Farms is a state-wide favorite for getting your spook on and this year it’s back and better than ever. You’ll get to experience an in-person, up close, and personal production with 7 attractions that will leave you with memories you won’t soon forget.
When: October 6th-8th, 13th-15th, 20th-22nd, 26th-29th
Where: 8705 Marsh Rd Snohomish, WA
Enjoy Seattle, and have a great week!