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Boozy brunchin' at Bacon Eggs & Kegs, does it get much better than that? (Image courtesy of Bacon Eggs & Kegs)

The Weekend Report: What's Cookin'

Welcome to the Weekend Report - where we tell you what's up in Seattle this weekend, the things you definitely don't want to miss. Why should we have all the fun at these events? Most of the things we are previewing here, we will be at - so if you see us say hi! We're guaranteed to miss some, so definitely email us if there is something wonderful we need to know about!

Friday, June 21

Make Music Seattle. This outdoor concert will feature dozens of musicians of all ages, skill levels and styles at Westlake Park and other locations on the longest day of the year! Be sure to visit their website for the list of all locations with live music. The specific event at Westlake Park will be broadcasted live on RainierAvenueRadio.World.

Westlake Park
400 Pine Street
11 a.m. - 8 p.m.

Kirkland Wine Walk. The Kirkland Wine Walks is back and taking the Eastside by a storm, baby. Drink local wine in different shops around Kirkland, starting at Heathman Hotel.

Heathman Hotel
220 Kirkland Ave
6 p.m.
Tickets: $25

Soulstice: Summer Kick-Off at the Mural. Head on over to the Seattle Center to celebrate the first day of summer! Soulstice is an evening of free performances, activities, food and drinks, giveaways and much more.

Seattle Center
305 Harrison St
5 p.m.

Saturday, June 22

Fremont Solstice Parade. Oooooh the most naked day of the year! Fremont Solstice Parade is full of nude, painted cyclists with bands, beers and food trucks. There will also be a fair on both Saturday and Sunday.

NW 39th St and Leary Way NW
1 p.m.

Bacon Eggs & Kegs. Bacon, Eggs and Kegs is back! The best brunch event on planet earth is back and will have over 60 breakfast-friendly brews from your favorite breweries and ciders. There will also be a 30 foot Bloody Mary Bar, Mimosas, Irish Coffee, Boozy Root Beer Floats and more! There will also be tons of games like bingo, cornhole, beer pong and more. Saturday is sold out but you can still snag some tickets for Sunday.

CenturyLink Field
800 Occidental Ave S
11 a.m. - 3 p.m.
Tickets: $40

Taste of Tacoma. Taste is back! There will be tons of food, craft vendors, live music, a cooking show and beer and wine tasting at Point Defiance Park! Admission is free and there will be a park and ride from Tacoma Community College. This event runs all weekend long.

Point Defiance Park
5400 N Pearl Street
11 a.m. - 9 p.m.

Pour. Head on over to the Belltown neighborhood for a very fun wine tasting event! Pour features 20 wineries, live music and street food at Block 41.

Block 41
115 Bell Street
1 p.m. - 4 p.m.
Tickets: $45-$70

SipFest. Tacoma is not the only one having a Taste this weekend! SipFest is an wine, beer and food tasting event in Snoqualmie to benefit charity.

Downtown Historic Snoqualmie
7971 Railroad Ave SE
6 p.m. -9 p.m.
Tickets: $35

Urban Craft Uprising Summer Show. It's time to get to shopping! Urban Craft Uprising Summer Show has handcrafted clothing, jewelry, toys, stationery, art, candles, houseware and more! This event is on both Saturday and Sunday.

Seattle Center Exhibition Hall
301 Mercer Street
11 a.m. - 5 p.m.

Seattle Night Market: Asia. South Lake Union hosts a monthly Night Market series with street food, makers and imports and explores cultural themes inspired by global Night Markets through Asia. There will also be a beer garden and a ~moonlight cinema~.

South Lake Union Saturday Market
139 9th Ave N
4 p.m. - 10 p.m.

Sunday, June 23

Fremont Fair. On both Saturday and Sunday, Fremont Market will have tons of food, crafts, street performers, dozens of funky painted cars, a beer garden and live music. The dog parade is at 2:30 p.m.

Fremont Ave N
N 35th St. and N 34th St
10 a.m. - 8 p.m.

Doug Baldwin Family Combine. Seattle Seahawks' wide receiver Doug Baldwin is hosting Doug Baldwin Family Combine and participants of all of ages "will test their skills in this interactive and family-friendly event. Run the 40-yard dash, catch passes, hit the tackling dummy, test your jumping skills and more." Proceeds from the event will help Doug and the City of Renton build the new "Family First Community."

Renton Memorial Stadium
405 Logan Ave N
9 a.m. - 1 p.m.

Soundgarden: Live from the Artists Den. Showbox is hosting Soundgarden at Showbox Live from the Artists Den. For one night only, in advance of the album release, Artists Den will present a screening at the Showbox of the full two and a half hour Soundgarden show.

The Showbox
1426 1st Ave
8 p.m.