SEATTLE EVENTS WEEKEND PLANNER
MAY 23-26, 2019
SAT-SUN – In honor of Memorial Day, watch the rumble and boom of vintage tanks and artillery at the Flying Heritage & Combat Armor Museum’s 8th annual event. Bring the whole family and watch the NW Xtreme BMX demo, meet Son of the Reptile Man, and watch WWII mock battle re-enactors.
FOLKLIFE MUSIC & DANCE
THROUGH MON – The 47th Annual Northwest Folklife Festival celebrates music, dance, and the stories of the Pacific Northwest.
THURS-SAT – David Parr, a mentalist explores the human mind and pushes the boundaries with folklore, fairy tales, psychic talents, and more.
FAMILY SCIENCE WEEKEND
THROUGH MON– The Seattle Aquarium hosts hands-on learning and research with the science of mammal care, octopus education, a diver show, and more!
GOTHIC PRIDE PICNIC
SUN – Head to Woodland Park for a picnic with the local goth community to celebrate world goth day and Vincent Price’s birthday.
SUN – Bring the kids for an ocean-themed story and read-aloud at the Seattle Aquarium.
MURDER MYSTERY DINNER
SAT – The Dinner Detective plays an interactive murder mystery dinner with amateur sleuths and actors at the Crown Plaza.
SAT-SUN – Head to the Hood Canal Shrimp Festival with craft food vendors, live music, and exhibits.
SAT-SUN – The family gaming show hosts an expo with pinball tournaments, arcade machines, tabletop games, and more.
THROUGH MON – Local jazz artists feature over 16 performances at Couth Buzzard Books.
THROUGH JUNE 9 – The Call is a politically-charged and sharp drama about the adoption process and a cultural divide.
HEROES OF BAVARIA
THROUGH MAY 31 – Heroes of Bavaria features 17 rare exhibits of historically significant BMW Motorsports, memorabilia, and artifacts.
ROCK LEGENDS CONCERT
THROUGH JUNE 23 – The Million Dollar Quartet recreates the night music legends Johnny Cash, Elvis, Jerry Lee Lewis, and Carl Perkins played together.
LOVE, CHAOS, AND DINNER
THROUGH JUNE 30 – Marymoor Park features a dinner cirque show, including an aerial and acrobatic show as well as a five-course meal.
APA SCIENCE FICTION
THROUGH SEPT 15 – The expanding universe of Asian Pacific Americans and their influence on Sci-Fi takes a deep dive into actors, artists, writers, animators and more. Get your tickets and head to the Wing Luke Museum.
NEW MOVIES OPENING THIS WEEKEND
- Echo In The Canyon
- Funny Story
- The Proposal
- The Tomorrow Man
- India’s Most Wanted
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