Seattle July 2022

Seattle July 2022 Events

Seattle July 2022 Events

Need a Break from the Summer Heat? Come See Seattle

Average temperature low and high: 57°- 72°
July is Seattle’s driest month of the year, but the temperatures remain very mild, making it a perfect month to explore the city and see everything it has to offer. From festivals to public parks and the iconic Space Needle, you can experience Seattle comfortably and at your own pace.

July Event Calendar

Northwest Terror Fest

The annual Northwest Terror Fest returns for the first time since 2019. This year, attendees can look forward to a reunion performance from the iconic black metal band, Ludicra. This year's lineup also includes Repulsion,Suffocation, Windhand, Obsequiae, and more. Tickets range from $74-$220; you can purchase them online. 

Summer Fest

Summer Fest

For the past 40 years, Summer Fest has been a weekend-long celebration of Seattle's community spirit. This year, there will even be a special Summer Festival Eve for locals on the 14th. Enjoy live performances from local musicians and arts and crafts from local vendors. Additional details regarding this year's celebration will be available online. 

Mill Creek Festival

Mill Creek Festival

The Mill Creek Festival is an admission-free festival and street fair that you won't want to miss. It will feature live music performances from 9 local bands, yummy bites from 10 food vendors, and unique displays from 60 artists. The fest will also feature a wine and beer garden from 11 am - 9 pm on Saturday and 11 am - 6 pm on Sunday. Shuttle pick-up will be available at Jackson Highschool. Additional info on this year's festival is available online. 

Timber! Outdoor Music Festival

Timber! Outdoor Music Festival

Embrace nature and music at the Timber! Outdoor Music Festival.  The three-day event allows music enthusiasts to camp out, enjoy food from favorite local food trucks, and listen to amazing live music from talented new bands.  The 2022 artist lineup is yet to be released, but past artists have included Car Seat Headrest and Sons of Rainier.

Capitol Hill Block Party

Capitol Hill Block Party

Referred to as the "best weekend of Summer" in Seattle, the Capitol Hill Block Party is a music fest that you won't want to miss. There will be six stages of live performances across various genres such as pop, R&B, indie rock, punk, EDM, and more. This year's stacked lineup includes Diplo, Jai Wolf, Toro y Moi, Remi Wolf, and Flo Milli. The fest will also highlight local bars, breweries, restaurants, and art vendors. Three-day general admission tickets are $175, and three-day VIP tickets are $330; purchase them online. 

Summer Meltdown Festival

Summer Meltdown Festival

Head down to the beautiful Sky Meadows Park, at the base of Whitehorse Mountain, for a weekend of partying and raging at Summer Meltdown. The annual festival combines a serene atmosphere with exciting EDM performances from top artists. This year's lineup and schedule will be available online. General admission weekend passes are $300 for adults and $100 for kids, general parking passes are $40. Individual ticket purchases include tent camping for one, car camping passes are $185, and RV camping passes range from $300-$475; tickets are available online. 

Seattle Events in July

Concerts

Theater & Headliners

Sports

Nightclubs

Upcoming events

Fri, Jul 01 at Q Nightclub CID
Sat, Jul 16 at Q Nightclub HAUTE SAUCE: NOODLES
Thu, Jul 21 at Q Nightclub ANJUNADEEP SEATTLE: GROUP THERAPY WEEKENDER WARM-UP PARTY
Thu, Jul 28 at Trinity WRG Presents Yultron Escalate Tour
Things to do in Seattle

Things to Do in Seattle in July

Pike Place Market

Pike Place Market
Pike Place is an iconic spot located on Seattle’s waterfront. Not only a large, open market, Pike Place has plenty of restaurants to suit any taste, a plethora of bars, and one-of-a-kind retail shops run by local artists and artisans. Populated by patrons, residents, and buskers, Pike Place is a must-see location for anyone wishing to see the essence of Seattle.

Gas Works Park

Gas Works Park
Once the location of city’s gas power plant, the Gas Works Park is a favorite among locals and is located on Lake Union. Unique because it contains the remnants of the power plant's old pipes, the park is a testament to the city’s creativity, reclaiming the former industrial area into an ample green space. Gas Works Park is the perfect location for a mid-day picnic or just a restful place to view Seattle’s southern skyline.