What’s On in Seattle?

An Opinionated List of Interesting Upcoming Events

Updated June 5, 2017

Seattle Events and Festivals

Ongoing & Current Events in Seattle

June 2017 Events in Seattle

  • Pictures at an Exhibition
    Pacific Northwest Ballet’s emotional final show of the season, paired with the geometric art of Wassily Kandinsky.
    June 2-11 • McCaw Hall
  • The Total Package Tour: NKOTB
    The 1990’s mega-boy band performs with Paula Abdul and Boyz II Men.
    June 7 • Key Arena
  • Welcome to Braggsville
    Racial satire and coming of age tale, adapted from a novel by T. Geronimo Johnson.
    June 7 – July 2 • The Center Theatre
  • Romy and Michele’s High School Reunion
    World Premiere of a new musical based on the 1997 cult hit film.
    June 8 – July 2 • 5th Avenue Theatre
  • Death Cab for Cutie & The Decemberists
    Two Northwest favorites perform together to support Planned Parenthood and the ACLU. All ages.
    June 9 • Paramount Theatre
  • Seattle International Dance Festival
    Three weekends and over 50 performances by dancers from across the globe.
    June 9-25 • Broadway Performance Hall
  • The Legend of Georgia McBride
    Heartwarming comedy about an Elvis impersonator turned drag queen.
    June 9 – July 2 • ACT Theatre
  • Cabaret
    Sam Mendes and Rob Marshall’s Tony Award-winning production of the acclaimed (and risque) musical masterpiece.
    June 13-25 • Paramount Theatre
  • Fremont Solstice Celebration and Parade
    Seattle’s quirkiest neighborhood celebrates the year’s longest day with colorful floats, street theatre, and naked bicyclists.
    June 17 • Fremont & Gasworks Park
  • TajMo: The Taj Mahal & Keb’ Mo’ Band
    Two legendary blues acts share the stage and perform works from their new collaborative album.
    June 18 • Benaroya Hall
  • Seattle International Festival of Improv
    Performers from around the world meet in Seattle to celebrate and perform the art of improv.
    June 18-25 • The Market Theater
  • Eddie Izzard
    The celebrated comedian discusses his life, work, and his new memoir, Believe Me.
    June 20 • Moore Theatre
  • Pride Fest
    Food, music, and a fabulous march to celebrate Seattle’s LGBTQ community.
    June 24-25 • Various venues, see website for details
  • Ryan Adams
    The roots-rock troubadour performs songs from his new album, Prisoner.
    June 28 • Paramount Theatre
  • Marketfront Grand Opening
    Live music and an afternoon ceremony mark the opening day of Pike Place Market’s expansion.
    June 29 • Pike Place Market
  • A Live Presentation of 2001: A SPACE ODYSSEY
    Kubrick’s Oscar-winning masterpiece, with score performed live by the Seattle Symphony.
    June 30 – July 1 • Benaroya Hall