Seattle is celebrating with NYC and the other cities participating in the best night in International Fashion – Fashions Night Out! With headliners Nordstrom, Mario’s and Barney’s offering sips and bites, music and more, here is your guide to what Seattle and Bellevue have planned to celebrate on Thursday, September 6.
WOI night is an annual opportunity for Storm players and fans to thank those who have had an important influence on making the Seattle community strong. It is also a chance to shine the limelight on some who are rarely noticed for their work but have had a profound positive impact on those they have touched.
Head to Seattle’s ID Chinatown on Thursday, August 16 for the best happy hour in town! Jazz on King Street, Burlesque by The Shanghai Pearl, plus music and drink specials and a chance to enjoy the Wing Luke Museum!
Sue Bird and Lauren Jackson are ready to return to the Seattle Storm post-Olympics. The WNBA season will resume Thursday.
Weird Al is continuing his Apocalypse Tour, which began in 2011, on the West Coast. He’ll be in Seattle for one night on Thursday, August 16, with his best repertoire of old and new hits.
The last big piece of the Space Shuttle trainer is schedule to arrive at Seattle’s Museum of Flight on Thursday morning. The museum will open at 9:30am for you to visit!
This Wednesday and Thursday, August 8 and 9, it’s the NW Distillery and Cocktail Festival at Sodo Park. The Northwest Distillery and Cocktail Festival presents the largest gathering of distillers, cocktail enthusiasts and mixologists in the state of Washington. You’ll find the finest in artisanal spirits and craft bartending in the NW region.
The Washington State Department of Transportation will close all lanes of Interstate 90 across Lake Washington several times from Thursday, August 2 through Sunday, August 5, to accommodate air show practices and performances by the U.S. Navy Blue Angels for this year’s Seafair festivities.
Three Navy ships and the Navy’s Blue Angels jets are arriving in Seattle. They’ll practice Thursday and Friday and perform Saturday and Sunday over the hydroplane race course on Lake Washington.
On Wednesday, August 16, join the Seattle Storm as they celebrate Title IX’s 40th anniversary, Youth Sports Night presented by Virginia Mason, and a special halftime Women in Sports Parade of Athletes!