Welcome to a new week, Seattle! There are plenty of things to do in this fair city. Between music, spooky events, and free museum days, we have you covered with an assortment of fun. Here are 10 of the best things to do in Seattle this week.

Kim Petras: Feed The Beast World Tour

Kim Petras is coming to town with her catchy, empowering, and infectious music. You can see the pop icon in the flesh at WAMU Theatre.

When: Monday, October 23rd
Where: 800 Occidental Ave S
Cost: $45.50

Cinema of Horrors

The Cinema of Horrors offers lovers of all things spooky a unique movie-watching experience that will take any movie’s jump scares to the next level. Fill your car up with your friends and grab tickets for your favorite scary movie on the big screen. It’ll feel pretty normal until you realize that there’s something or someone lurking outside your car.

When: Until Tuesday, October 31st
Where: 17402 NE Delfel Rd, Ridgefield, WA
Cost: $69

Dia de los Muertos Party at Ascend Prime Steak & Sushi

Time to raise the spirits to a wicked good time! This party sells out every year, and it’s no surprise. There’s costumes, prizes, lip-smacking cocktails, and bites to die for. Plus a DJ, photo moment, and mystical readings set the tone for a time you don’t want to ghost. The party isn’t until this weekend, but get your tickets now before they sell out!

When: Saturday, October 28, 2023 – 9 PM to 12 AM
Where: Ascend Prime Steak & Sushi – 10400 NE 4th St Ste 3100, Bellevue
Cost: starting at $95, click here for tickets

Treat yourself to a spa day

Need a pick-me-up? How about a little spa day? Seattle has several spas around the city that are perfect for relaxing and rejuvenating this time of year. From massage to facials and more, these spots have a wide array of offerings.

Head to your local farmer’s market

Fall is prime time for making all sorts of cozy meals. There aren’t many places better than your local farmers market to pick up fresh produce, dairy, meat, and other locally made products.

When: Weekly and on weekends
Where: Locations across the city
Cost: Varies

Free entry at WNDR

Have you been wanting to check out Seattle’s WNDR museum? This Wednesday, you can visit it for free from 12 PM– 9 PM thanks to International Artists Day. Keep in mind that time slots must be reserved in advance. That being said, there are walk-ups but they are on a first-come-first-serve basis as space allows and entry is not guaranteed without a reservation.

When: Wednesday, October 25th
Where: 904 Alaskan Way
Cost: Free

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Check out the Black Lagoon at Rob Roy

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
Cost: Varies

Fall Festival at Thomasson Family Farm

What’s a better way to spend an afternoon than at a wholesome fall festival? You can pick your own pumpkins and even shop from the farm mercantile.

When: Daily until October 31st
Where: 38223 236th Avenue SE Enumclaw, WA
Cost: $14.50 – $19.50

Disney in Concert at Seattle Symphony

Step into a world where your favorite Disney characters and their iconic soundtracks take center stage. Relive your favorite memories from the Walt Disney Animation Studios in a whole new way. This live-to-film concert is an experience that will transport you to the heart of the Disney universe.

When: Thursday, October 26th, Friday, October 27th & Sunday, October 29th
Where: 200 University Street
Cost: $55+

BOO Halloween

BOO Halloween centers around the spirit of Seattle in the form of “Darcy” – inspired by “an urban legend of a girl who disappeared into the forests around Lake Washington years ago.” Experience a spooky music festival with big names like Steve Aoki, Alesso, and Zedd among others.

When: Friday, October 27th & Saturday, October 28th
Where: 800 Occidental Ave S
Cost: $119+

“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

Enjoy Seattle, and have a great week!