Out to Lunch Concerts
- Free public concerts in Seattle's downtown parks and plazas nearly every lunchtime during the summer.
Groups range from classical to rock and jazz.
74-acre park that was the site of the 1962 world's fair and now the city's cultural center -
location of the Space Needle, Seattle Opera House, Seattle Repertory Theatre, Intiman Theatre, Children's Museum,
Children's Theater, Fun Forest Amusement Park, Pacific Science Center and Experience Music Project.
Entrance to the Seattle Center grounds is free.
Northwest Folklife Festival
One of the largest folk festivals in the country -
arts, crafts, music, food, performers - on the grounds of
the Seattle Center, Memorial Day weekend.
Pioneer Square Artwalk
A long-standing tradition
among art lovers and one of the most successful regular gallery
tours in the nation. Take time to meander thorough Pioneer Square's galleries on
the first Thursday of the month from 6:00-8:00 p.m., appreciating the art and sampling wine
and hors d'oeuvres some galleries have to offer.
Historic Pioneer Square is Seattle's oldest residential area, now a major visitor attraction with restaurants, galleries and lively clubs