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Panicking because you haven't yet made plans for the weekend and you're short on cash? Don't worry—below, find all of your options for last-minute entertainment that won't cost more than $10, ranging from Hempfest to the Mercer X Summit Block Party, and from the Capitol Hill Garage Sale Day to the Seattle Hot Sauce Fest. For even more options, check out our complete Things To Do calendar.

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Movies at the Marina

Stretch out on the garden lawn or in the parking lot of the Ballard marina to watch the Disney hit Moana. Free popcorn will be available on a first-come-first-served basis.

(Ballard, free)


Rooftop Movies After Hours

Unwind at the end of the week with a free movie and maybe a movie-inspired cocktail, like this week's There’s Something About Mary paired with a tall glass of "Have You Seen My Baseball."

(Downtown, free)


Summer Movies

Watch popular movies outdoors in downtown Seattle, from recent hits like Wonder Woman and Black Panther to old favorites like Sleepless in Seattle and tonight's classic Peter Pan spinoff Hook.

(Downtown, free)



Redhook Brewlab 1 Year Anniversary Party

The Capitol Hill brewery will mark one year with a bash featuring tunes from KEXP DJ Troy, collaborations from Aslan Brewing Company, Hellbent Brewing Company and Westland Distillery, and a custom "1 Year Anniversary Ganache" (made with Brewlab's Tangelic Halo) from Theo Chocolate. From 4-6 pm, Redhook brewers will lead tours of the facilities and Taylor Shellfish will host a "learn to shuck" station with samples, and crowler club memberships will be discounted all day.

(Capitol Hill, free admission)


Rhubarbarella Release

At this ceremonial tapping of Rhubarbarella—a "punchy and pleasantly bitter" 5.8% ABV brett pale with rhubarb and "pale, biscuit and wheat malts, as well as palisade hops" and the latest release in Elysian's Capitol Hill series—Capitol Hill Lead Brewer Hiawatha Rhyans will lead a toast, KEXP's DJ Morgan will spin, and the psych-pop trio Spirit Award will perform.

(Capitol Hill, free)



BLOCK feat Rocket, Vaughn, Sphyramid, DJ Smoke, Tru Gryt

Local hiphop and EDM artists will join forces for a live "freestyling/rapping/toasting" event with a special focus on Caribbean music.

(Capitol Hill, $5 suggested donation)


Brine, Goldie Wilson, Dashiell Sanders

Seattle alt-rockers Brine will headline out in Ballard in support of their last record Kill the Ill, with high energy support from Goldie Wilson and Dashiell Sanders.

(Ballard, $8)


Country Dave & the Pickin' Crew, Opal-Thistle Pistol Sisters

Tap your boots to live honky tonk by Country Dave Harmonson and his Pickin' Crew, including John Olufs, Jesse Harmonson, and Aaron Harmonson. Opening support will be from the lively Opal-Thistle Pistol Sisters.

(West Seattle, $5)


Famous Fridays: TDE

The talents of Top Dog Entertainment, including Kendrick Lamar, SZA, and ScHoolboy Q, and their contemporaries will reign supreme at the July edition of Famous Fridays.

(Capitol Hill, free)


The Hot McGandhis

Get down to "funky jazz and boogaloo tunes" from a quintet of season Seattle musicians as they play standards from the 1960s to the present.

(Downtown, free)


Jim Page and Orville Johnson in Concert

Seattle folk singers Jim Page and Orville Johnson will return to the bookstore for an evening of songs and "commentary."

(Greenwood, donation)


KEXP & Seattle Center Present: Concerts at the Mural 2018

In true KEXP summertime fashion, the station will be partnering with Seattle Center to provide another enjoyable round of free family-friendly concerts this year at the Mural Amphitheater, located within the heart of Seattle Center. Local and touring artists are included in each year's lineup, including tonight's Delvon Lamarr Organ Trio, the True Loves, and Parisalexa.

(Seattle Center, free)


Kim Archer Band

Enjoy a performance from Seattle-based soul/rock vocalist Kim Archer and her band.

(Pioneer Square, free)


Long Neck, Fern Mayo, Emma Lee Toyoda, Dogbreath

Solo rocker Long Neck (aka Lily Mastrodimos) will be joined by sweet local indie-pop favorites Fern Mayo, Emma Lee Toyoda, and Dogbreath.

(Seattle Center, $7/$10)


The Moon Is Flat, The Bear Dance, Ice Party

Psych rock jammers The Moon Is Flat will throw down some cosmic noise out in Pioneer Square with The Bear Dance and Ice Party.

(Pioneer Square, $8)


Neutralboy, The Stuntmen

Bremerton-based chord punk band NEUTRALBOY has been playing since 1992, and claim to have stayed true to their punk roots all along. Opening things up will be the Stuntmen.

(Eastlake, $6/$8)


Nordus, The Lucid Furs, Artemis Moon

"Bearded fat guy stoner rock" group Nordus will play a headlining spot up north with support from the Lucid Furs and Artemis Moon.

(Shoreline, $8)


Pout House, Newbrighton, Neely, Bug Seance

"Posh Punk" quartet Pout House will journey over from Colorado for a night of garage rock with sets from Newbrighton, Neely, and Bug Seance.

(West Seattle, $8)


Q-Point Launch Party

DJs Supagi, Nostalgia B, DJ Rocryte, Host MC, and Cha Cha Malone present a new dance night that harkens back to a time when "DJs had to understand the record in order to party rock." Expect all your favorite party cuts from the '90s and early aughts.

(Capitol Hill, $10)


Retro: 80's Tribute Night

Enjoy a night of throwback tunes for a good cause, as the event organizers have partnered with the MORELove Project so that a portion of every ticket sold will be donated to help families in need.

(Capitol Hill, $5/$10)


Runnin Through The Six

DJ Bankhead will spin popular hiphop tracks by Drake and others.

(Downtown, $10)


The Sinister Six, Die Nasty, The Heels, Secret Superpower

Let your limbs go wild at this garage, punk, and power pop show with the Sinister Six, Die Nasty, the Heels, and Secret Superpower.

(Ballard, $6)


Sundae + Mr. Goessl

Agile-voiced Sundae and swinging guitarist Mr. Goessl make the musical equivalent of shiny-wrapper candy scattered on a coffee table: light, sweet, glittery, and dangerously inviting to sample before dinner.

(Downtown, free)


The Swains

The Green Lake honky tonk will deliver on its usual twangy programming with a set from country group the Swains.

(Green Lake, free)


TikiTiki Presents: Summer Camp

Two stages will feature house and techno artists Foofou, Jordan Goff, Dowsk, Jameson, Limbo, Mike Delvin, Soon(ish), DJ Budget, and Westbound for your beat-loving pleasure.

(Downtown, $5/$10)


Van Conner, Skullbot, Woodshed

Screaming Trees' Van Conner will bring his skillful and seasoned guitar playing to Fremont with support from power rockers Skullbot and Woodshed.

(Fremont, $8/$10)



Latino Cultural Celebrations

Discover Latin music and dance at these free picnics as part of Seattle's Arts in the Parks project.

(West Seattle, free)


Star Wars: A Drag Show

Every number at this drag show will draw its inspiration from the universe of wookiees and Jedi. We predict a bias toward the dark side. Starring Indika Haze, Londyn Bradshaw, Mercury Divine, Porcelain Shadow, and SHE, and hosted by Irene Dubois.

(Downtown, $8)



Elizabeth Rush: Rising

Contemplate the future of the American coastline with Elizabeth Rush's panorama of communities affected by climate change and its resultant disasters. An excerpt published in the Guardian: "I do not believe in a vengeful God – if God exists at all – so I do not think of the flood as punishment for human sin. What interests me most is what happens to the story when I remove it from its religious framework: Noah’s flood is one of the most fully developed accounts of environmental change in ancient history. It tries to make sense of a cataclysmic earthbound event that happened long ago, before written language, before the domestication of horses, before the first Egyptian mummies and the rise of civilization in Crete. An event for which the teller clearly held humans responsible." The writing is clear and intelligent; the science is terrifying.

(Capitol Hill, free)


Jacqueline Hill: Gravida

In her latest collection, Gravida, Northwest poet Jacqueline Hill incorporates illustration and traditional form to compose narrative-based poems.

(Ravenna, free)


Robert Hunter: Relapse

Hunter will read from his book, a love story about addiction and novel-writing.

(Bothell, free)




Clay in the Park

The park's clay studio will host a week of events celebrating the malleable stuff. Activities include the launch of the Clay Flotilla exhibit, wheel throwing demos, kids' stations, a scavenger hunt, and Raku firing.

(Rainier Valley, free)

Closing Saturday


Katie Miller: The Presence of Absence

Katie Miller conjures architectural impressions out of light and shadow, including through a "labyrinth of cut paper," in this installation that reflects on urban environments.

(South Lake Union, free)

Closing Saturday


Wild Tension: How Design Mediates the Outdoor Experience

How can design alleviate human-inflicted damage on nature? How can it help us enjoy the outdoors without trampling it? How wild do we want our wilderness? The Seattle Architecture Foundation applies its expertise in this exhibition.

(Downtown, free)

Closing Saturday


35. > Henry IV, Part 1

You can keep your Hamlets, your Macbeths, your Kings Lear—the drama of Prince Hal’s apprenticeship to Sir John Falstaff, and of Falstaff’s delusional mentoring of the future king is Shakespeare’s most emotionally resonant dramatic achievement. It’s about the way people love and betray themselves and each other. It’s a story of family, transformation, and loyalty, of fathers and sons both logical and biological. It’s about how people reconcile themselves to the rewards and requirements of honor. (It’s also the source of the old adage about discretion and valor, PS.) There’s a LOT of Shakespeare available to Seattle audiences this summer, and by all means, see as much as you can. But start with the first of the three essential Henry plays, because, as Hotspur reminds us, “the time of life is short; to spend that shortness basely were too long."


(Capitol Hill, free)


Two Gentlemen of Verona

Backyard Bard, part of GreenStage Shakespeare in the Park, will stage a comedy from early in the Bard's career, about cross-dressing, a love triangle, and a cantankerous dog.

(Atlantic, Capitol Hill, free)




Futureland: Seattle Artist Group Show

Artists imagine what the future of the earth will look like.

(University District, free)

Opening Friday


LEGO Americana Roadshow

See American landmarks like the the White House (probably not complete with sinkhole), the Liberty Bell, the Jefferson Memorial, the Statue of Liberty, and the Supreme Court.

(Bellevue, free)



2018 Chief Seattle Days

Established in 1911, this three-day festival honors Suquamish's Chief Seattle with a graveside ceremony, a co-ed softball tournament, a parade through downtown Suquamish, a horseshoe tournament, a pow wow, and more.

(Suquamish, free)



Pacific NW Chalk Fest 2018

Return for the second annual Pacific Northwest Chalk Fest, as 14 chalk artists swarm the streets of Redmond Town Center with their artistic implements in hand. This new tradition stems from the Madonnari, 16th-century Italian artists who paid tribute to the Madonna with plein-air murals.

(Redmond, free)


Seattle Hempfest

The ever-growing stoner-friendly waterfront festival, which bills itself as the "premier flagship event of the global cannabis culture," will return for the 27th year. Noting its appeal to the "tie-dyed Phish-shirt division" of pot enthusiasts, former Stranger contributor David Schmader has lauded the massive cannabis convocation for its role in helping legalize weed in Washington State. As it's done in years past, the festival will boast three days of weed-themed music; speeches from local industry leaders, congresspeople, and celebrities; and hundreds of vendors selling food, arts and crafts, and pot paraphernalia.

(Downtown, $10 suggested donation)


Snoqualmie Railroad Days

Initiated by firefighters in 1939, Snoqualmie Railroad Days celebrates the "trains, timber, and tradition" of the logging town with lots of family activities.

(Snoqualmie, free)



Intiman 2018 Emerging Artist Showcase

For the fourth year, a diverse group of up-and-coming local artists from Intiman's Emerging Artist Program (whose director is local playwright Sara Porkalob) will showcase their recent work. The 2018 cohort includes Amber Tanaka, Alexei Cifrese, Cassandra Leon, Jasmine Lomax, Jennifer Kim, Laurie Lynch, Adrian Kljucec, and others.

(Seattle Center, free)




Screenprinting Work Party to Increase Mid-Term Voter Turnout

Bring your own t-shirt to Claire Jauregui and Marja Huhta's screenprinting workshop for pro-voting messages. Take home your own designs to spread around.

(Central District, donation)



Big Day of Play!

Kids and families can play all sorts of games, from basketball to water sports to outdoor activities.

(Columbia City, free)


Cedar River Salmon Journey

Witness the Cedar River salmon migration, an annual journey wherein salmon swim from the ocean, through the Ballard Locks, into Lake Washington, and up the river to spawn.

(Ballard, free)


Chophouse Row Head to Toe

Find all your local skincare, eyewear, clothing, house wares, art, craft beverage, and other such needs met at this market in the Capitol Hill haven. There will be cocktails and live DJs.

(Capitol Hill, free)


Columbia-Hillman Arts & Cultural District Launch

Celebrate the arts and cultural contributions of Southeast Seattle residents at this Columbia and Hillman City community launch.

(Columbia City, free)


Global Playground

As part of Northwest Folklife's "Our Big Neighborhood" initiative, the Global Playground series aims to bring music and culture to youth and families through playground games from other countries, hands-on activities, live music and entertainment, KEXP DJ sets, parades, and interactive dance workshops.

(Seattle Center, free)


Jackson Park Trail Restoration

Help remove ivy, blackberry bramble, and other invasive plants from North Seattle's Jackson Park Trail. They say, "It's hard! It's fun! You'll love it!"

(North Seattle, free)


Northwest Psychic Fairs

People seeking guidance from otherworldly sources can find tarot and palm readings, mediums, Reiki, and spiritual counselors, and can also shop for everything from jewelry and crystals to books and essential oils.

(Downtown, free)


Starting an Urban Cutting Garden in the Autumn

Live in the city but still want to frolic in your own garden? Get some tips on urban planting from the folks at Hori Hori Flowers.

(Madrona, free)


Summer Splash at Green Lake

Soak up the sun while you can by rowing, canoeing, kayaking, paddle boarding, and enjoying other outdoor family-friendly activities.

(Green Lake, free)



Celebrate Shoreline

Every year, Shoreline celebrates its birthday with a multi-venue party across the city. Enjoy live music, a teen skating competition, a car show, and more.

(Shoreline, free)


Celebrate Skyway Parade and Block Party

A parade starting at the Skyway Library and moving north along Renton Avenue will culminate in a community block party. There you'll find a book giveaway, horse rides, a bouncy house, vendor booths, live music from acts like Deems Tsutukawa, and more all-ages fun.

(Skyway, free)



This free "local food and sustainable living" festival will feature live cooking demos, a farmers market, educational classes about sustainability and the environment, a market of upcycled goods from local makers, and music from Matisyahu, Caspar Babypants, Recess Monkey, Unkitawa, and the True Loves. Plus, the garden party housed within the verdant grounds of Marymoor Park’s Clise Mansion will feature small plates from Lark’s James Beard Award–winning chef, John Sundstrom—a magician of swoon-worthy seasonal cuisine sure to feel right at home amid all the greenery—alongside beer, wine, and cider. A portion of the proceeds from the party will benefit Viva Farms, a nonprofit small farm business incubator dedicated to launching a new generation of farmers.


(Redmond, free)


Duwamish River Festival

Learn about the Duwamish River and how to protect it at this Duwamish River Cleanup Coalition-sponsored event. There will also be interactive booths, boat tours, live music, entertainment, and free food.

(South Park, free)


Mercer X Summit Block Party

Maybe other music festivals have made you forget about the less trafficked parts of Capitol Hill, but the Mercer X Summit Block Party is back to remind us all about the north end of the neighborhood. The MxSBP is a free, all-ages music festival held at the intersection of Summit and Mercer, a key location right in the center of beloved local businesses Indian Summer, Summit Pub, Itto's, Sun Liquor, Single Shot, and Top Pot. This year’s headliners Telekinesis, Porter Ray, Hibou, and Acid Tongue will perform some of the best rock, hiphop, and pop that Seattle’s music scene has to offer.

(Capitol Hill, free)


Seattle Hot Sauce Fest

If you, like Beyoncé, keep a bottle of hot sauce stashed in your bag at all times, this festival—which promises samples of caliente condiments from local purveyors like Secret Aardvark, FireFlower Sauce, and Pepper Preppers—was made for you. Quell the burn with beer from Diamond Knot Brewing, libations like brown sugar bourbon churro cocktails and smoked Bloody Marys, and root-beer floats made with Full Tilt ice cream. Food trucks like Where Ya At Matt, Bread and Circuses, and Nacho Mama’s will provide nourishment.


(Ballard, free)


UHeights Summer Music Festival

Every Saturday afternoon, check out live music from bands of every genre, world dance troupes, and children's shows at this festival that's spread throughout the summer. The whole series is free to the public, with food available from the U-District Farmers Market.

(University District, free)



Carillon Point Outdoor Movie Nights

Stretch out on the lawn overlooking Lake Washington and watch Star Wars: The Last Jedi in support of HopeLink. Popcorn, soda, and candy will be available for purchase.

(Kirkland, $5 suggested donation)


CID Summer Cinema

Watch free movies courtesy of the Seattle Asian American Film Festival, including the martial arts movie Iron Monkey (tonight's screening) and the stage musical Allegiance (Aug 25).

(Chinatown-International District, free)


Cinema Under the Stars: Coco

The “Coco” in question is the oldest living relative of the film’s young protagonist, Miguel, but the story is driven by Miguel’s passion for becoming a musician—and the conflicted relationship he has with his family, who label music as “bad” for reasons he has yet to learn. But Miguel is tenacious when it comes to performing and after his abuelita smashes his guitar, Miguel steals the guitar of a famous ancestor. Since taking from the dead is a big no-no, Miguel crosses over into the Land of the Dead. Coco ends up being an exceedingly tender kids’ film with deep themes about mortality, ancestry, and memories—and any adult with a soul will be moved, too.


(Columbia City, free)


Meet Me at the Movies: Pacific Northwest

Watch a series of Pacific Northwest-inspired film clips from classic and contemporary flicks, then stay on to discuss what you saw.

(First Hill, free)


Mercer Island Movies at the Park

See a free screening of A Wrinkle In Time on a giant inflatable screen on your coziest blanket.

(Mercer Island, free)


Movies at the Mural

Park your bum on some blankets in front of the Mural and see free, highly enjoyable movies—this week, it's I Am Not Your Negro, the acclaimed James Baldwin documentary "full of unsettling answers," as Charles Mudede wrote. Each screening will be preceded by short films by Cornish students.

(Seattle Center, free)


Outdoor Movie Night: Crocodile Dundee

Sip beer and much on popcorn atop your picnic blanket at this summer outdoor movie series, which will kick off with the classic 1986 adventure movie Crocodile Dundee.

(North Seattle, free)


West Seattle Outdoor Movies

Curl up on a blanket and catch up on popular films for all ages (like tonight's screening of Coco) at West Seattle's 15th annual outdoor movie series.

(West Seattle, free)



Seattle Summer Cosplay Matsuri

Cosplay and enthusiasts can connect and take photos together in the park.

(Wallingford, free)


Wonderland Cosplay Tea

Wear your most whimsical Alice in Wonderland-inspired costume and jump down the rabbit hole for themed tea, treats, and games.

(Wallingford, $5 suggested donation)



Autolite Strike, Guests

Ant-establishment stalwarts Autolite Strike will play their rock with support from Teen Cat, Joey Pissdrunk, and other guests.

(Tukwila, $5)


Boogie Up The Block

Central District residents and friends will celebrate the neighborhood with a full day of free all-ages music and arts activities, live performances, and plenty of food.

(Central District, free)


Carolina Story, David Johnson, Dustin Vance

Married duo Carolina Story claim not to adhere to the cliches of their hitched contemporaries. They'll play songs inspired by their favorite crooners (Hank Williams, Sr. and Ryan Adams) with support from David Johnson and Dustin Vance.

(Ballard, $8/$10)


DEAL: Celebrating the Grateful Dead

Enjoy covers of your favorite stoney guitar solos from Grateful Dead tribute band DEAL on Fremont watering hole's back patio.

(Fremont, free)


Donormaal, Mirrorgloss, Falon Sierra, Toya B, Des

Third Daughter, DoNormaal’s sophomore LP, was easily one of 2017’s best albums. The up-and-coming hometown MC has a knack for adroitly advertising her slurred wordsmithing over cosmic beats, which are crafted by about a dozen different producers. DoNormaal will be joined by soulful Tacoma duo MirrorGloss, local R&B singer-songwriter Falon Sierra, party-ready DJ Toya B, and diaphanous singer Des.


(University District, $6-$10)


Eric Rice Band

Northwest blues rocker Eric Rice will be joined by Scotty Harris on bass and Andrew Cloutier on drums for some musical storytelling.

(Downtown, free)


Everson Pines, All The Real Girls, Kate Dinsmore

Ballard will get a little rowdy tonight with multiple sets of dance-worthy rock and roll from Everson Pines, All The Real Girls, and Kate Dinsmore.

(Ballard, $8)


Feel Good Inc. x Miami Vice

Do206 and Motown on Mondays are here to bring you a night of smooth, candy-colored synth and disco staffed by local talents DJ100Proof, Blueyedsoul, and Sessions playing hours of the good stuff for their Miami Vice cross-over night.

(Capitol Hill, $10)


Geist & the Sacred Ensemble, Hound Dog Taylor's Hand, the Sheen

Seattle’s Hound Dog Taylor’s Hand—guitarist Jeffery Taylor, drummer Mark Ostrowski, bassist John Seman, and new addition, trumpeter Greg Kelley—continue to add nuances to their free-jazz rock, toggling between the combustible and the contemplative with steely nerve and bristly poignancy. Their music perfectly balances the cerebral and the feral. Fans of Terje Rypdal’s 1970s-era ECM releases, James Blood Ulmer, and Jimi Hendrix should investigate. Fellow locals Geist & the Sacred Ensemble sound like the closest thing this city has to ’90s/’00s-era Swans: heavy, ritualistic rock that somehow straddles the moat between forlorn pastoral vibes and grim urban realms. They’re at their best when most nightmarish.


(Ballard, $8)


Ghostblood, Expain, Ergo I Exist

Check your head at the door before queuing up Blood from Beyond the Grave, the decapitation-happy full-length debut from hometown heavy metallers Ghostblood, where lopped-off domes fly through the air like flocks of geese migrating south (of heaven). Reference points for this B-movie-weaned power trio include gore greats Ghoul, Exhumed, and Carcass, as well as warped VHS copies of Night of the Demons. To borrow a line from fellow horror-obsessed Seattleites the Accused, these dudes are more fun than an open-casket funeral. At least the bloodletting has a happy ending—sort of—when all those severed craniums get sewn back in place on thrash ripper “Recapitator.”


(Eastlake, $6/$8)


Haute Sauce: Famous, Catch 24, Semaj, Swervewon

Release your energy from the week at this hiphop dance party with DJs Famous, Catch 24, Semaj, and Swervewon.

(Capitol Hill, $10)


The Jump Monkeys in Concert

Groove around in the bookstore to upbeat swing music from the Jump Monkeys.

(Greenwood, free)


Mister Blank, Simple Minded Symphony, Dead Sonics

Embrace your love of the much maligned ska genre with sets by local bands Mister Blank, Simple Minded Symphony, and Dead Sonics.

(Pioneer Square, $8/$10)


Planet Fly

Soulful funk band Planet Fly will roll through Ballard.

(Ballard, $10)


Sam Shoemaker, Haiku, Niq Venus, Timmy Owens

Join Sam Shoemaker, Haiku, Niq Venus, and Timmy Owens for a night of local hiphop.

(Capitol Hill, $10)


Sleepover Club, Bad Optics, Xurs, Rambis

Three-piece Everett queercore rock goblins Sleepover Club will play a riotous set after you've danced to alt-pop and post-punk from Bad Optics, Xurs, and Rambis.

(University District, $8)


Summer at SAM

These Thursday and Saturday events offer a range of family-friendly arts programming throughout the park, including yoga and Zumba on Saturdays, tours, shows, workshops, food trucks, and more. Don't miss a performance from Terror/Cactus and Pampa for the last week.

(Belltown, free)


Sweetheart Of The Rodeo 50th Anniversary Tribute

The Riffbrokers, Christy Mc Wilson, Pineola, the Fentons, and others will play highlights off of the Byrds' beloved album Sweetheart of the Rodeo, with some Flying Burrito Bros. and Gram Parsons bangers thrown into the mix. Proceeds will benefit PAWS.

(West Seattle, $8)


Tony G's Miami B-day Affair

Dance to party-time beats from Seattle DJ Tony G amongst "hundreds of balloons" and local celebrities.

(Belltown, free)


Vicious Petals, Super Sparkle, Crystal

Vicious Petals somehow manages to fit soul, folk, carnival themes, and rock into their work, which exists as a living collaboration between songwriters and musicians Cooper Smith and Ayako Okano.

(Ballard, $10)


The Yuki Aoki Jazz Quintet

Local jazz vocalist Yuki Aoki will be accompanied by her band, consisting of Darian Asplund on saxophone, Matt Williams on piano, Shahan K. on bass, and Nick Helgeson on drums.

(Ballard, $8)



Totally Tubular! An All-80's Variety Show Tribute

Mercury Divine will host an Aqua Net-filled tribute to the decade of big hair and acrylic nails replete with drag, burlesque, and musical performances.

(Downtown, $6/$8)


The Three Musketeers

Four French swashbucklers strive to rescue the king from the machinations of an evil cardinal in this GreenStage Shakespeare in the Park production directed by Erin Day.

(Capitol Hill, free)

94. > The Winter's Tale

As part of GreenStage Shakespeare in the Park and Backyard Bard, Freehold Theatre will perform Shakespeare's The Winter's Tale, a mishmash of comedy and brutal drama.

(Capitol Hill, pay what you can)


When You Wish Upon a Pizza!

14/48's free family show is all about the Fairy Goudamother, the Magic Kingdough, and other cheesy pizza pun-inspired shenanigans.

(Leschi, free)



CAMP! A Night Benefiting Camp Ten Trees

Ask your queer sex questions and learn from Dr. Katrina Sanford at this fundraiser for the LGBTQ nonprofit Camp Ten Trees, where you can also dance under strings of lights to music by queer musicians and try to win some sex toys.

(Georgetown, free)


Economic Utopias and Dystopias

This conversation led by science fiction writers Beverly Aarons, Shweta Adhyam, Elizabeth Guizzetti, and Nisi Shawl will focus on how the current economic system in the US and literary visions of future economies could influence future systems.

(Pioneer Square, free)



Urban Ag Bike Tour

Bike works invites you to peddle a leisurely five miles—one mile for every year they've been in existence—to local school and community gardens, P-Patches, and fruit orchards while exploring the intersections of social justice and food security. After the tour, enjoy bites from the Central Co-op.

(Columbia City, free)




Fresh Paint

The 100 or more artists at this festival aren't selling finished products—they're making art on the marina as you watch. Don't worry, you can still buy it afterwards! See glassblowing, woodcarving, and pottery demos, search for beach glass at the Fresh Paint Float Find, enjoy live music, and eat.

(Everett, free)



2018 Chittenden Locks Summer Concert Series

June through September, enjoy live music performances from symphonic bands, show choirs, jazz trios, and more in the gardens by the Ballard Locks.

(Ballard, free)


City Arts Presents High Tide on the Waterfront

City Arts will curate two days of live music, DJs, performance art, and more on the waterfront, including a daytime dance party with Dance Church with Kate Wallich, Double Sunrise Club, Stas thee Boss, and others.

(Downtown, free)




Antique and Vintage Technology Market

Buy "radio, phono, audio, ham, electronics, tubes, books, records & more" and more at the Puget Sound Area Radio Association's market—there will be door prizes and more.

(Shoreline, free)


Capitol Hill Garage Sale

Snag deals on your neighbors' unwanted goods, from records to vintage clothes to household items to video games, at this annual neighborhood sale.

(Capitol Hill, free admission)




Get a glimmer of Brazil's African, Portuguese, and indigenous roots with classical guitar, samba, and traditional folk music performances. Plus, watch a capoeira martial arts demonstration, take in glittering costumes, and taste a variety of traditional foods.

(Seattle Center, free)



Gather on the shore for hot dogs and refreshments, live music from the Finn Hillbillies and the Geoffrey Castle Band, a magic show, and a "dog competition."

(Queen Anne, free)


Rainier BAAMFest

The Rainier Beach Merchants Association sponsors this ninth annual mini-festival of art, music, and culture.

(Beacon Hill, free)



SHRIEK! Under the Shadow

Evan J. Peterson and Heather Bartels curate this film and community education series that examines the role of women and minorities in horror films. They'll show the fascinating Iranian supernatural thriller about an isolated woman in repressive Iran during the Iran-Iraq war, and the terrifying creature that wants to steal her daughter.

(Greenwood, $10)


VOYEUR Presents 'Private Property'

The recently restored 1960 independent film Private Property stars Warren Oates and Kate Manx as two Los Angeles drifters who follow a woman to her home to assault her. After a private White House screening, the Kennedys allegedly called the film "sordid and depressing," but others claim it was ahead of its time. See it for yourself as part of the monthly VOYEUR series of "strange and wonderfully perverse cinematic gems."

(University District, free)




Pick pears from a 100-year-old orchard, sample pear treats, make pear art, attend gardening talks, and delight in more activities in celebration of the pomaceous fruit.

(Beacon Hill, free)



Bach and Pancakes

Every Sunday, local musician Erin Jorgensen will play unique renditions of Bach composition while the audience enjoys pancakes.

(Ballard, free)


Bryan Bach & The Crossroads, Dead Country Gentlemen, Deadbeat Blackout, Unbiblical Chords

Enjoy a blend of old-fashioned blues and rock from Bryan Bach and the Crossroads, who will be joined by Dead Country Gentlemen, Deadbeat Blackout, and Unbiblical Chords.

(Eastlake, $6/$8)


Free Blues & Cool Jazz Series

Loll on the grass and listen to free and all-ages sets of chill jazz and blues from some of Seattle's most popular local musicians.

(Downtown, free)


Jazz in the City: Anzanga Marimba Ensemble

As a part of the ongoing Jazz in the City series, the Seattle-based Anzanga Marimba Ensemble will play an afternoon set of joyous and vibrant South African melodies.

(First Hill, free)


KEXP DJ Summer Series at Brewlab

Spend your summer Sundays grooving to tunes from KEXP DJs Abbie and Atticus while you sip a hazy grapefruit "Abbicus" IPA brewed just for the occasion.

(Capitol Hill, free)


Soultanz, Gypsy Temple, The Boards

Two guys from somewhere right here who like grabbing old soul tunes, sampling said soul, pushing the samples around so they trip over each other’s feet and give each other bloody noses, underneath lyrics that tell it like they see it. You need to listen to Soultanz three or four times to get the wryness and dryness and rightness of the lyrics, but that’s a compliment. Imagine Steely Dan without the sinister pedophilic strain, and you’ll be on the right track. So it’s okay that the samples smash. Soultanz deploy contrast as healthy-greens roughage.


(Ballard, $8)


Victory Kid, The Chrysalis Effect, Neil Austin

So-Cal rock/pop/ska band Victory Kid will sing about political activism after sets from the Chrysalis Effect and Neil Austin.

(Greenwood, $5)



Gretchen McNeil and Lish McBride

Young adult horror/suspense novelist Gretchen McNeil will share her new horror-comedy novel #MURDERTRENDING (Disney/Freeform). She'll be joined by Lish McBride, a fiction writer who claims to have been raised by wolves in the Pacific Northwest.

(University District, free)


What Makes Authority Legitimate?

In this talk, Pacific Lutheran University philosophy professor Dr. Adam Arnold will explore the topic of patriarchal authority figures. Under what conditions are they legitimate?

(University District, free)

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