At a glance, this weekend looks like a test-run for Seattle’s post-COVID future. With several Pride happenings, live concerts, and a spate of art events to choose from, we’ve rounded up our picks for in-person events both outdoors and in air-conditioned sanctuaries to help you narrow down your plans, from Taking B[l]ack Pride to KEXP’s Drive-In at On the Boards, and from the Dragonfest Food Walk to the Shoreline Arts Festival. As you know, it’s gonna be a scorcher, so be sure to fill your water bottle to the brim and slap on some sunscreen before leaving the house! For even more options, read our guides to the best movies to watch this week, upcoming events going on sale this week, the best things to do from home this week, this season’s drive-in movies, and our complete guide to Pride Month and in-person things to do in Seattle.
Note: Events are subject to cancellation due to extreme heat—double-check event websites before heading out!
FOOD & DRINK
Phinney Food Truck Fridays
Make your way to Phinney Center’s parking lot every Friday this summer for an eclectic array of nourishment from mobile purveyors like Sam Choy’s Poke to the Max, Panda Dim Sum, Bumbu Truck, Bean Fish Taiyaki, Delfino’s Pizza, Kiss My Grits, Falafel Salam, Seoul Bowl, and Off the Rez.
Weird: A Drag Show
Staking a bold claim as “Seattle’s oddest drag show,” this long-running revue starring Londyn Bradshaw is sure…