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 email@example.com if there is something wonderful we need to know about!
Friday, August 4
Seattle Art Fair. The Seattle Art Fair will run all weekend long and will showcase art from 100 galleries around the world at CenturyLink Field! There will also be seminars and guest speakers, and brings together the region’s strong collector base? local, national, and international galleries? area museums and institutions? and an array of innovative public programming. Founded in 2015 by Paul G. Allen, the Seattle Art Fair is produced by Vulcan Inc. and Art Market Productions.
Century Link Field
800 Occidental Ave S
Saturday, August 5
Albert Lee Cup. HEYOOO, it's Seafair (enter "cool" emoji with sunglasses). Watch the hydroplace races on Lake Washington! The Boeing Air Show is free to viewers and will include the Blue Angels and Breitling Jet Team. Remember that there will be closures on Interstate 90 Bridge so plan accordingly!
4316 Genesse St
SalmonFest Seattle. The SalmonFest runs all weekend and will have a salmon bake every day, two parades, a car show, an art fair, beer garden and live music!
Lake City Community Center
12531 28th Ave NE
Magnolia Summerfest. The Magnolia Summerfest includes a Seafair parade on Saturday at 10am, live music, food vendors, a beer and wine garden, weekend art fair, and activities for the kiddos! This event will also run all weekend.
W Smith St & 33rd Ave W
Brew Five Three. This beer and blues festival is happening on Broadway in Tacoma this weekend! There will be beer from 30 craft brewers, food from local food trucks, and music from Northwest blues players! This event is 21+
Broadway between 9th & 11th
National Forests & Grasslands Celebration. Filson is hosting a daylong event to celebrate and honor the steward and stewardship of the U.S. Forest Service. Everything from a pancake breakfast, a virtual reality tour, live music, BBQ and more. Tickets are $8, and all proceeds go to the National Forest Foundation.
1741 1st Avenue S. Seatttle, WA 98134
Sunday, August 6
From Hiroshima to Hope. This lantern ceremony at Greenlake commemorates the city of Hiroshima that was destroyed by an atomic bomb on August 6, 1945. The ceremony promotes peace and will remember victims of war with music, speakers, and candle-lit lanterns that will float on Greenlake at dusk.
7312 West Green Lake Drive N