Seattle June 2022

Seattle June 2022 Events

Seattle June 2022 Events

Come As You Are in Seattle in June

Average temperature low and high: 54°- 66°
Seattle is one of the most unique cities in America. Perpetually green due to its Pacific Northwest climate, it’s always perfect jacket weather in this lively cultural center. Seattle is known for its music scene and there is always a band to see or a bar to experience.
Fremont Fair and Solstice Parade

Fremont Fair and Solstice Parade

Celebrate the Summer Solstice in Seattle at the Fremont Fair and Solstice Parade on June 18th and 19th.  The street festival encourages attendees to wine and dine, shop and dance, and generally make new friends and express their creativity during one of Mother Nature's most magical nights.  The Solstice Parade is a particular spectacle to see, with nude, body-painted cyclists, creative floats, and over-the-top costumes.  While you'll spend most of your time wandering from booth to booth admiring handcrafted products, you'll also want to take a break in the beer gardens and enjoy a cold one to cool off from the summer heat.  You can also rest to watch the talented street performers display their amazing and unique talents.  Learn more from the official website.

June Event Calendar

Purity Ring

This electronic duo from Edmonton is taking center stage in Seattle for the weekend, and we promise… you don’t want to miss it. Shimmering pop, uniquely catchy lines, and a stunning light show have helped the group build a following to match. Find tickets for $34.

Festival Sundiata: Black Arts Fest

Festival Sundiata: Black Arts Fest

Festival Sundiata brings the community together through education and celebrates various cultures across the African diaspora. The festival will feature live music and spoken word, authentic food, craft vendors, art exhibitions, and more. Attendance is free and open to the public. A full schedule of events and additional details will be available online. 

Seattle Pride Parade

Seattle Pride Parade

Attend the fourth largest Pride Parade in the country, right here in Seattle.  The Seattle Pride Parade invites both members and allies of the LGBT community to come out and embrace diversity.  Watch various floats sponsored by local groups march by, then enjoy an icy beer and browse the vendor booths featuring handcrafted work from local artisans.  

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. 

Seattle Events in June

Concerts

Theater & Headliners

Sports

Nightclubs

Upcoming events

Thu, Jun 02 at Trinity WRG Presents Distorted Tour
Fri, Jun 03 at Supernova Prom at Supernova!
Fri, Jun 03 at Q Nightclub PURITY RING
Sat, Jun 04 at Trinity Massive Fridays at Trinity
Sat, Jun 04 at Supernova Stayin' Alive at Supernova
Sat, Jun 04 at Q Nightclub HAUTE SAUCE
Things to do in Seattle

Things to Do in Seattle in June

The Museum of Pop Culture

The Museum of Pop Culture
From Jimi Hendrix to grudge, Seattle has long been on the cutting edge of popular culture. At the Museum of Pop Culture (MoPop), you can experience Seattle’s music with exhibits featuring Nirvana and Pearl Jam, as well as exhibits featuring horror movies and science fiction, including the Sci-Fi Hall of Fame.

Add-A-Ball Arcade

Add-A-Ball Arcade
Located in the eccentric neighborhood of Fremont, this arcade features pinball, retro games, and pinball machines. Game and drink to your heart’s content in one of Seattle’s most niche atmospheres.

Chinatown - International District

Chinatown - International District
A combination of Seattle’s Chinatown, Little Tokyo, and Little Saigon neighborhood, the Chinatown – International District (also called “The I.D.”) is the center of Seattle’s Asian American community. Full of authentic restaurants, shops that sell goods from all over Asia, and cultural sites like Hinh Hay Park and the Wing Luke Museum, you can experience an entire day a world apart from the city.