10 of the best things to do in Seattle this week (April 4-8)

We hope the first full weekend of April treated you well, but now the week is here! Between concerts, food festivals and outdoor events, there’s plenty to discover. Here are 10 of the best things to do in Seattle this week.

Work in a new space

Then a trio of “regular”, but still fun, options around town. If working from home is getting a little old, then maybe check out our roundup of some of the best cafes in town to get some work done.

Or: Click the link above for our picks

Denzel Curry

Next up is Denzel Curry arriving in Seattle with a whole crew. You will be able to hear from him as well as Kenny Mason, Mike Dimes, Playthatboizay.

When: April 4
Or: 1700 1st Avenue South
Cost: $35

Sponsored Pick: Coastal Hotel Flash Sale

Fancy a well-deserved trip? North American hotel chain Coast Hotels is celebrating its 50th anniversary with a massive sale you’ll want to take advantage of! You can enjoy a 50% BOGO discount for all other nights of your stay, when you purchase during their 96-hour sale period April 5-8!

Skagit Valley Tulip Festival

As the La Conner Daffodil Festival comes to an end, the Skagit Valley Tulip Festival begins. Discover all your favorite flowers at your favorite festival farm and, of course, pick up some flowers to take home. Better yet, you have the whole month to check it out.

girl in red

The intimate rock/pop sensation in red aka Marie Ulven travels from Oslo to Seattle. Enjoy her songs and also have the chance to hear Holly Humberstone.

When: April 8
Or: 1700 1st Avenue South
Cost: $25

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Enjoy one last beer at Hale’s Ales

One of Seattle’s OG independent breweries will close early next month. If you’re looking for a drink with friends, you might as well go out and show them some love. Long live the weekend, right?

Or: 4301 Leary Road N.W.
Hours: Monday to Friday from 3 p.m. to 9 p.m. and Saturday from 12 p.m. to 9 p.m., Closed April 9

U District Cherry Blossom Festival

The best way to celebrate Seattle’s cherry blossoms is, of course, to visit them. But it doesn’t hurt to enjoy a bit more partying, especially when it’s a new festival. District U’s first annual Cherry Blossom Festival is now happening with flowers, special food and drink, and shopping.

When: Until April 10
Or: University district
Cost: Free/Variable

Reach a waterside terrace

Ready for patio season? We’re right behind you and that’s why we’ve put together a list of some of our favorite waterside terraces in the city. Because what could be better than a terrace on the water?

Seattle Humidity Festival

This festival is actually the largest comedy/variety festival in the world. It revolves around acts of 3 to 15 minutes performed by artists accompanied by a live performance group. To make things even more interesting, you never know what you’ll see on stage. Generally, you can expect aerialists, jugglers, magicians, comedians, etc. Also, these are the last days Hale’s Ales is open, so go show them some love.

When: Until April 10
Or: 4301 Leary Road N.W.
Cost: $14 to $28

Seattle Restaurant Week

This semi-annual fixed price meal promotion offers you a unique chance to support the greater Seattle area culinary community. Guests can choose from a lunch or dinner menu from many excellent local restaurants. Be sure to check which restaurants are participating this year.

When: Until April 16
Or: Participating restaurants
Cost: $20-$65

Have a good week, Seattle!

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