Seattle September 2021 Events

Seattle September 2021 Events

Seattle Awaits You This September

Average temperature low and high: 55°- 67°
Seattle is such a cool city. Not only a hub for culture and the arts, the weather is constantly mild and more than suited for your adventures and wandering around the city and beyond.

September Event Calendar

Evergreen State Fair

Evergreen State Fair

A tradition started in 1949, the Evergreen State Fair returns in 2021 in Monroe, WA, a short 40-minute drive from Seattle. This two-week state fair features concerts, roaming entertainers, food, and beer from breweries across Washington State, all in a fun and down-to-earth atmosphere.

PAX West

PAX West

The Penny Arcade Expo West, or PAX West, returns for 2021. A convention centered on tabletop, board, and video games, PAX West is a hotly anticipated annual event among gamers. With free play and competitive gaming events, vendors and artists selling their wares, and musicians perform throughout the event. This year, Knights of the Round, a metal band specializing in the music of the Final Fantasy series, and hip hop artist Mega Ran are just a few of the performers scheduled. Buy your tickets here

Jukebox The Ghost

Jukebox The Ghost

Playing together Since 2006, Jukebox is a colorful energetic group that has performed at festivals like Lollapalooza and Outside Lands. Television performances such as The Late Show with David Letterman and Conan don’t do this band justice, as their energy is even more contagious live.  Lovers of Queen won’t want to miss these pop wizards.  You can get tickets here.

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Things to Do in Seattle in September

Seattle Center

Seattle Center
Built for the 1962 World’s Fair, Seattle Center is the educational, tourism, and arts and entertainment core of Seattle. Here you will find the Space Needle, the official icon of the city, as well as the Pacific Science Museum. Like the heart of any city, you can find many fine restaurants and bars all around the Seattle Center.

Northwest African American Museum

Northwest African American Museum
Adjoining Jimi Hendrix Park, the Northwest African American Museum’s mission is to tell the story about the African American people in the Pacific Northwest, from Seattle’s founding to modern-day. Full of both artistic and historical exhibits, the NAAM is a beautiful and informative journey through history.