10 of the best things to do in & around Seattle this week (September 6-10)


It’s another busy week in beautiful Seattle. After a year in which there were almost no concerts, there are four this week that you can watch, among other things. So here are 10 of the best things to do in and around Seattle this week.

Bremerton Blackberry Festival

While Bremerton is technically across the water, it’s not the farthest place for adventure. At this festival you can stroll along the promenade and try baked goods, treats and drinks from the height of the blackberry season. Plus, you can hear local bands like Ranger & the ReArrangers live.

When: Until September 6th
Where: 243 Second St. Bremerton, WA
Costs: Free / Varies

Summer book bingo

Seattle Public Libraries Adult Summer Bingo is back and better than ever! This year’s summer reading board has book slots like Small Press, QTBIPOC, Black Joy and more. We highly recommend attending as it is a great way to discover new books. And when you have your board ready you can send it to the library for prizes to be won.

When: Until September 7th

Sylvan Esso

If you’re looking for a feel-good concert this week, consider Sylvan Esso. The pop duo plays their electric tunes in Marymoor Park in what is sure to be a beautiful concert. We recommend that you get the tickets as soon as possible to avoid disappointment.

When: 7th of September
Where: 6046 W. Lake Sammamish Pkwy, Redmond, WA
Costs: $ 39.95 +

Lindsey Stirling: Artemis Tour North America 2021

Violin star Lindsey Stirling brings her melodies to Seattle on her North American tour. If you want to step back in time to the early 2010s, this might be the concert for you. Might be a bit of fun!

When: 7th of September
Where: 800 Occidental Ave S.
Costs: $ 46.50 +

Tinder Live! With Lane Moore

Ever wanted to swipe someone else’s Tinder account? You can kind of do that with this Lane Moore comedy show. It’s all improvised and you never know who will show up on Moore’s Tinder. Submit your inputs by swiping left or right and see the fun results.

When: 7th of September
Where: Vera Project, Republican St and Warren Ave N
Costs: $ 18 +

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Dance Gavin Dance

Music that “indulges in the extremes of creativity” definitely sounds convincing. Dance Gavin Dance mixes progressive rock and post-hardcore for a unique sound. If you want a concert of new music this might be for you.

When: September 8th
Where: 1700 First Ave S
Costs: $ 29.50 +

Tame Impala with Perfume Genius

Visit the gorge to see the most popular psych rock band, Tame Impala. If you haven’t seen a concert this year, this is a great way to come back to the concert. Because let’s face it, chances are you already know all the words for their songs.

When: September 10
Where: Gorge Amphitheater, 754 Silica Road NW George, WA
Costs: $ 150 +

Washington State Fair

The only Washington State Fair is back this year, with lots to do and see. As in previous years, you can enjoy rides, farm animals and all kinds of delicious food. Plus, you can hear concerts from musicians like Carrie Underwood, Salt-N-Peppa, Sublime, and more.

When: Until September 26th
Where: 110 9th Avenue SW, Puyallup, WA
Costs: $ 13 +

Pike Place Express Market South Lake Union

Did you know that the Pike Place Market has an express market? Doesn’t seem like a lot of people do! Located in South Lake Union, it’s back for a limited time and definitely worth a visit. Get fresh produce, flower products, and more from local vendors once a week.

When: Until September 30th
Where: 410 Terry Avenue N.
Costs: Varies

Try a TikTok recipe

Would you like to try something new this week? Why not try your luck cooking a TikTok viral recipe? We have created a list of recipes worth trying out so you don’t have to spend hours scrolling through your FYP.

Where: Click above to see our selection

If you’ve been waiting to go to a concert this week, maybe it is finally time to do it. Or check out one of the other fun events we’ve listed. Whatever you want to do, have a great week and see you again this weekend!

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