Seattle July 2021 Events

Seattle July 2021 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

The Hella Mega Tour: Green Day/Fallout Boy/Weezer

The Hella Mega Tour: Green Day/Fallout Boy/Weezer

Three of the biggest pop-punk and alt-rock bands of the last 30 years – Green Day, known for their albums Dookie and American Idiot; the recently reunited Fallout Boy; and alt-rock/emo pioneers Weezer – take over T-Mobile Park for a massive concert event. Buy your tickets here!

Capitol Hill Block Party 2021

Capitol Hill Block Party 2021

With six music stages, Seattle’s Capitol Hill Block Party spotlights regional bands and local restaurants, bars, and ships during the 3-day festival celebrating the best Seattle has to offer. Do not miss this chance to see what Seattle is all about.

Seattle Events in July

Concerts

Sports

Theater & Headliners

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.