Spring has officially sprung, and it’s bringing a bouquet of events to kick off the season with a bang! From side splitting comedy sets and mesmerizing ballet performances to vibrant Polish and French festivals celebrating their rich culture, these are the top 10 things to do in Seattle this weekend!

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Trevor Noah

South African Comedian, and previous host of “The Daily Show”, Trevor Noah, is coming to Seattle for three shoes this weekend! Head to the Paramount Theatre to get your laughs in during his hilarious stand-up set. 

When: March 22nd at 8:00pm & March 23rd & 24th at 7:00pm
Where: Paramount Theatre Seattle
Cost: $179+

The Ballet at McCaw Hall

This weekend, immerse yourself in the beauty of ballet. From the enchanting family-friendly storytelling of “Harold and the Purple Crayon” to the timeless elegance of “One Thousand Pieces,” the ballet offers a captivating experience for all ages.

When: Shows all weekend
Where: McCaw Hall
Cost: $15+

Sponsored pick: Bite Of Burnaby

Looking for a road trip this spring? Prepare your favourite stretchy pants because Bite of Burnaby is back for its 4th year in BC! This month-long culinary extravaganza is a celebration of the diverse and global flavours that make up the city of Burnaby, BC. This festival has it all, from fine dining establishments to cozy eateries, you’ll get to try the best of the city’s culinary scene at a fraction of the price! Check out their website for the full list of participating restaurants and where you can find them.

When: March 1-31, 2024
Where: Across the city of Burnaby, BC, Canada
Cost: Varies by restaurant, $10 to $65 (CAD)

Polish Spring Bazaar

This year marks the 60th anniversary of the Polish Bazaar. Eat delicious, traditional food, and traditional Polish pastries and get gifts, traditional crafts, t-shirts, and much more for yourself or family and friends!

When: Saturday, March 23rd, 12:00pm – 5:00pm
Where: 1714 18th Ave Seattle
Cost: Free

AMA Supercross

Get revved up because the AMA Supercross Championship is roaring into Lumen Field this Saturday! The action kicks off at 5 pm sharp, so grab a cold beer and settle into your seat for the main event. And don’t miss the Supercross FanFest where you can dive into the world of Supercross with gear shopping and a behind-the-scenes peek at the teams gearing up for the big show.

When: Saturday, March 23rd at 4:30pm
Where: Lumen Field
Cost: $20+

NEON HOLI Festival of Colors

For one night only, El Corazon, Seattle will be transformed into a glow-in-the-dark party full of vibrant colors and amazing music from across India and beyond. What better way to celebrate the start of spring!

When: Saturday, March 23rd, 2024
Where: El Corazón, 109 Eastlake Avenue East
Cost: $12.50+

Somethings Afoot at 5th Avenue Theatre

Prepare yourself for an evening of uproarious laughter at the 5th Avenue Theatre with this musical parody. This production adds a fresh spin to the traditional ‘whodunit’ theme, showcasing musical performances rarely seen on stage.

When: From now until March 24th, 2024
Where: Fifth Avenue Theatre
Cost: $39+

Taste Washington

Taste Washington 2024 has almost come to a close, but not without a few more foodie celebrations this weekend! On Sunday you can choose between attending their Sunday Brunch in the morning or their Dinner Series — both showcasing local Washington restaurants and wineries.

When: Sunday, March 24th, 2024
Where: Varies by event

Seattle Kraken vs. Montreal Canadiens

Spend Sunday night at the Climate Pledge Arena cheering on the home team as they take on the Montreal Canadiens. The puck drops at 6:00pm. Make sure to warm up those vocal cords!

When: Sunday, March 24th at 6:00pm
Where: Climate Pledge Arena
Cost: $60+

Seattle’s French Fest

This Sunday, Seattle’s French Fest: A Celebration of French Speaking Cultures in partnership with France Education Northwest (FEN), is coming to town. The festival lineup includes music, dancing, cooking demonstrations, film screenings, wine tastings, baguette-tasting contests, and more.

When: Sunday, March 24th, 2024
Where: Armory Food & Event Hall, 305 Harrison St
Cost: Free

U District Cherry Blossom Festival

Every year, thousands of people from the area head to the University of Washington campus to check out the cherry blossoms on the Quad. Head down, check out the blossoms at their peak, and head to the businesses to check out cherry blossom-themed food, drink, and retail specials

When: March 16th to April 1st
Where: The Quad – University of Washington

Have a great weekend!