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Seattle events June 2023

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Street band festival

June 2 - 4, 2023

multiple locations

HONK! Fest West features brass bands plus traditional African and Brazilian drum & dance. Free.
  • Friday (6 to 10 p.m.) – Georgetown
  • Saturday (12 to 8 p.m.) – Columbia Park
  • Sunday (12 to 6 p.m.) – Yesler Terrace Park

Small-town festival

June 3, 2023 (9 a.m. to 10 p.m.)

Duvall (25 miles NE)

Duvall Days closes Main Street to cars for a 10:30 a.m. parade, craft and food vendors, kids’ activities, a car show until 2 p.m., a beer/wine garden (2 to 9 p.m.), live music (3:30 to 9 p.m.), and fireworks at 9:45 p.m. outside the Duvall Visitor Center, 15619 Main St. NE in Duvall. Free.

Mason County Festival

June 3, 2023

Shelton (95 miles SW)

The Forest Festival lasts four days in Shelton. Saturday’s events include a pancake breakfast (7 to 11 a.m.), a pet parade (10:30 a.m.), a grand parade (11 a.m.), a logging show (12 to 5 p.m.), carnival rides (12 to 10 p.m.), music (5 to 9 p.m.), and fireworks (10 p.m.). Free.

Concerts at the winery

June 8 - Sept. 22, 2023

(began this month on June 4)

Woodinville (18 miles NE)

Summer Concerts feature “some of the best artists in jazz, rock, blues, and contemporary music” in the amphitheater at Chateau Ste. Michelle, 14111 NE 145th St. in Woodinville. Bring a blanket or low-back chair unless you buy reserved seating. Children age 2 and younger are free. Tickets at StubHub.


June 9 - Sept. 10, 2023

(began this month on June 6)

Seattle Center (1.2 miles NW)

Watch the women of Seattle Storm play a home game at Climate Pledge Arena, 334 1st Ave. N in Seattle.
  • June 9 & 11 – Washington Mystics
  • June 15 – Las Vegas Aces
  • June 20 – Connecticut Sun
  • June 22 – Indiana Fever
  • June 24 – Phoenix Mercury
  • June 29 – Minnesota Lynx

Mount Rainier

June 9 - Oct. 31, 2023

departs from downtown

The $158 to $186 Mt. Rainier Day Tour wins rave reviews for friendly and knowledgeable guides, magnificent scenery, and a comfortable ride with stops to buy lunch, take photos, enjoy the views, and go for a leisurely hike. Viator is a trusted division of TripAdvisor.

Taste of the market

June 9 - Dec. 31, 2023

(began this month on June 1)

Downtown (0.4 miles SW)

Walking tours of Pike Place Market are offered by Viator, a trusted division of TripAdvisor.
  • Enjoy treats from nine artisan vendors on the highly rated $66 Chef Guided Food Tour.
  • Taste six seafood samples and hear market stories told by a professional storyteller on the $72 Seafood Tasting Tour.

Native festival

June 10, 2023 (10 a.m. to 4 p.m.)

Seattle Center (1 mile NW)

Indigenous People Festival showcases “the rich cultures and traditions of American Indians and Alaska Natives” with dancing and entertainment, arts & crafts vendors, art demonstrations, and films (upstairs) in Seattle Center Armory, 305 Harrison St. in Seattle. Some events are outdoors at Mural Amphitheatre. Free.

Fire Day

June 17, 2023 (10 a.m. to 1 p.m.)

Westlake (1.2 miles N)

Learn about the Great Seattle Fire of 1889, and meet fire fighters on Fire Day, which has tours of fire engines and fire boats, family-friendly history games and crafts, and search & rescue dog demonstrations at Museum of History and Industry, 860 Terry Ave. N in Seattle. Free.

Historical dinner party

June 17, 2023 (6 to 9 p.m.)

Tacoma (41 miles SW)

Explore historical buildings from 1885, enjoy passed appetizers and a cash bar, and then dine on a buffet-style dinner with live music at 6:30 p.m., followed by “desserts baked in our period kitchen” during $93 Dine We Must at Fort Nisqually Living History Museum, 5519 Five Mile Drive in Tacoma.

Fremont parade and fair

June 17 - 18, 2023

Fremont (3.7 miles N)

  • Saturday (2 p.m.) - Fremont Solstice Parade is wacky, weird, and world-famous for its nude painted cyclists, who begin 15 min. before the parade. The parade route ends at a block party on Woodland Park Ave. N. (12 to 9 p.m.). Free.
  • Saturday & Sunday - Fremont Fair has a craft market, food vendors, a beer garden, street performers, live music, and funky painted cars on N. 35th Street. The dog parade is 2 p.m. Sunday. Free.

Food fair

June 24, 2023 (10 a.m. to 5 p.m.)

Westlake (1.3 miles N)

Shop from “100+ local crafty food and beverage vendors” at Gobble Up, organized by Urban Craft Uprising at Lake Union Park, 860 Terry Ave. N in Seattle. Examples of what you’ll find include sauces, teas, kitchenware, and food trucks. Held in June & November. Free.

Pride parade & festivals

June 24 - 25, 2023

Seattle (multiple locations)

  • Saturday - Capitol Hill Pride (10 a.m. to 10 p.m.) at Seattle Central College opens with speakers, has a march at noon, and a doggie drag contest at 1 p.m. Free.
  • Saturday - PrideFest Capitol Hill (12 to 8 p.m.) extends down Broadway for five block with beer gardens, restaurants, and three stages. Free.
  • Sunday - The big Pride Parade (11 a.m. to 3 p.m.) begins at 4th & Pike and ends near Seattle Center, site of PrideFest Seattle Center (noon to 8 p.m.), the largest lesbian, gay, and transgender event in the Northwest. Free.

Garden walks

June 25 - July 22, 2023

multiple locations

Stroll through private gardens, visit artists’ studios, and hear live music on a garden walk.

Future concerts

July 1 to 2 – Charlie Puth
July 8 – Hank Williams, Jr.
July 9 – Snoop Dogg & Wiz Khalifa
July 14 to 15 – Jason Mraz
July 18 to 19 – Madonna
July 22 to 23 – Taylor Swift
July 24 – Paramore
July 28 – Tori Amos
July 30 – Alicia Keys
Aug. 11 – Rod Stewart & Cheap Trick
Aug. 23 – Sam Smith
Aug. 25 to 26 – Drake
Aug. 25 to 26 – Ed Sheeran
Sept. 11 – Lionel Richie
Sept. 13 – Beyoncé
Sept. 20 – Coldplay
Sept. 27 – Sting
Oct. 7 – Morgan Wallen
Oct. 17 to 18 – Pink
Nov. 26 – Depeche Mode
Dec. 8 – Inglesias & Pitbull & Ricky Martin
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