Catch live sets from Stas THEE Boss, Nappy Nina, Breaks and Swells, and others at KEXP Rocks the Dock on Saturday. Robert Wade

Panicking because you haven't yet made plans for the weekend and you're short on cash? Don't worry—below, find all of your options for last-minute entertainment that won't cost more than $10, ranging from the Seattle Street Food Festival to Queer Press Fest, and from the closing ceremony of the 2018 Special Olympics USA Games to the Seafair Pirates Landing. For even more options, check out our complete Things To Do calendar.

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1. A Cosmic Perspective: Cultural Work by Joe Wilkinson
Flux, movement, chaos, and disrupted patterns are paradoxically evoked by these ceramic sculptures.
(Seattle Center, free)
Opening Friday

2. No Closets!
LGBTQ artists who refuse to remain in the closet will exhibit work. They include Flynn Bickley, Rich Fought, Ann S Koi, Danny Mansmith, Darius Morrison, Alexis Ortiz, Claire Parfitt, and Susanne Spratt.
(Burien, free)


3. Cascade Playground Outdoor Movies
Bring something to sit on and enjoy popcorn and snow cones as you watch Wonder Woman outside. Show up a little early for pre-show entertainment.
(South Lake Union, free)

4. Leave It To Beavers
Discover the hidden potential of beavers to heal aquatic environments in North America at this Meaningful Movies screening.
(University District, free)

5. Midnight Movie Madness
Have a blast watching public domain horror films, boozing it up at the pay-what-you-want bar, or playing board or video games with the horror sketch troupe Drop the Root Beer and Run. A must for fans of comedy, low-fi horror, and cheesiness.
(Greenwood, free)

6. Rooftop Movies After Hours
Unwind at the end of the week with a free screening of Princess Bride and maybe a movie-inspired cocktail, like the "Inconceivable."
(Downtown, free)


7. Alex Britton Band
Hear "all genres" of acoustic music from Seattle's Alex Britton.
(Kirkland, free)

8. Baywitch, Nadu, Porn Bloopers, FLRT
Baywitch’s winning combo of spunky strums and ethereal vocals is a must-have for the spookiest—and most colorful—beach parties this summer. However, don’t get too comfortable in this haunt, because Nadu’s punk-as-hell take on surf-rock hits hard like a rogue wave, but you’ll quickly be getting up for more. For even more fun, Porn Bloopers are here to smash in all of the band’s delightfully messy, party-punk glory (check out their 4 Track Demos 2018 on Bandcamp—bloopers are included, but no porn, unless you count an eargasm). With a lineup like this, it’s irresistible to rock the boat, and FLRT oblige with rhythm-forward fuzzy garage-rock that has a life of its own. SOPHIA STEPHENS
(Eastlake, $8)

9. Deep Creep, Autogramm, Dyed
Deep Creep includes members of Seattle legends Murder City Devils (Derek Fudesco, bass) and Pretty Girls Make Graves (Andrea Zollo, vocals), plus contemporary rippers from Spesh (Brian Yeager, guitar) and Medicine Bows (Jeff Alvarez, drums). The lick-driven foursome don’t play out often enough, so when they do, their chiller rock ’n’ roll and raconteur vibes aren’t ones you want to miss on a Friday night. Local eccentrics Dyed have quickly established a name for themselves and will deliver on well-fashioned, new-wave, synth-and-bass grooves, while Vancouver’s Autogramm will act as the 1980s rock-pop filling for this night of raucousness. ZACH FRIMMEL
(Eastlake, $6/$8)

10. Famous Fridays: Missy Elliott
R&B/soul/hiphop queen Missy Elliott and her contemporaries will reign supreme at the July edition of Famous Fridays.
(Capitol Hill, free)

11. Journey Under The Sea
Submerge yourself in a sea of reverb with Pleasure Island, Muerte Men, and the Evanstones.
(West Seattle, free)

12. Just Can't Get Enough
This monthly '80s video dance party will dish out all your glitzy favorites from the era.
(Pioneer Square, $5)

13. Marty Mar & D Triple J
Rave beat maker DJ Marty Mar will bring the party feelings with support from D Triple J.
(Capitol Hill, $10)

14. MirrorGloss, NAVVI, Leava
MirrorGloss's brassy vocals and punchy electronic backing earned them "Best New Band of 2014" from the Tacoma Weekly. See them with NAVVI and Leava.
(Pioneer Square, $8/$10)

15. Music Under the Stars 2018
The concept of Music Under the Stars is simple but compelling: A student ensemble sets up in a park and plays to whoever shows up, often folks with picnic blankets in tow and maybe a surreptitious bottle of wine or two. Then, Benaroya Hall pipes in whatever performance is happening that night (aligned with selections from this year's Seattle Chamber Music Society Summer Festival, of course) to the assembled throng—it's basically two shows for the price of none!
(Various locations, free)

16. Platonic Bondage, Gin & Tillyanna, Johndus Beckman, Wyatt Olney
July babies will get special treatment at this summer birthday show with Platonic Bondage, Gin & Tillyanna, Johndus Beckman, and Wyatt Olney. They promise lots of drink specials and cake.
(Shoreline, $8)

17. Riot at the Dojo, Jollymon
Having formed on election night in November of 2016, Bellingham's Riot at the Dojo claim to be "the soundtrack of the resistance." Hear their mashup of hiphop, rock, punk, surf, and EDM with support from Jollymon.
(West Seattle, $8)

18. Snuff Redux In-Store!
Local foursome Snuff Redux, who bill themselves as "the People's Rockers," will perform tracks off their new album Denim American while you shop for records.
(West Seattle, free)

19. Sundodger, Echo Texture, Kiro Skiro
Sundodger are influenced by '70s, '90s, and 2000s rock. Dance to that, with additional sets from Echo Texture and Kiro Skiro at this show.
(Capitol Hill, $8/$10)

20. W Music: Marina & the Dreamboats
Neo-soul group Marina & the Dreamboats take inspiration from "New Orleans street music, funk, country-western, and the stylings of Randy Newman."
(Downtown, free)


21. The Tempest
The Primrose Players will tackle Shakespeare's rather weird final play (that is, the last play he alone wrote, according to scholars). Prospero, the ruler of a conquered island, shipwrecks his enemies and leaves them at his mercy, but his distant, godlike judgment is challenged when his daughter falls for one of the prisoners.
(Ballard, pay what you can)


22. The Gay 80's Show and Tell Night
Harken back to the gay 1980s by swathing yourself in neon, getting down to hits from the era, and sipping special drinks.
(West Seattle, free)

23. Truth or Bare: A Strip Gameshow
This trivia night with the XL Bears doubles as a variety gameshow filled with stripping. The evening culminates in an underwear dance party (natch) with performances by Fisty Bidet, SHE, Lilith, and EK YANCY.
(Downtown, $8)


24. 2018 Special Olympics USA Games Seattle
Every four years, the Special Olympics USA Games showcase the abilities of athletes with intellectual disabilities and "promote the ideals of acceptance and inclusion through sport." Seattle will host this year's Games, which will feature 14 sports (including basketball, tennis, swimming, gymnastics, soccer, and golf) performed by more than 4,000 athletes, as well as ceremonies, forums, and live entertainment. Don't miss the final ceremony at Lake Union Park at 7 pm.
(South Lake Union, free)



25. Best of Kirkland Arts Center
The art center will proffer a panorama of the best work creative Kirkland has to offer. The jurors are J. Gordon, Karen Klee-Atlin, and Carol Gouthro.
(Kirkland, free)
Closing Saturday



26. Graphite
Michele Melcher, Josh Pemberton, Gabriel Marquez, Lynn Schirmer, Eric Schandelmeier, Jason Middelton, George Long, Dusty Winter, and Lola Ocian will push the boundaries of graphite drawing. With refreshments plus music by Jimi Jaxon.
(Capitol Hill, free)
Closing Sunday


27. The League of Youth
With young people in the streets and leading social justice and gun safety campaigns, it's the perfect time for a revival of this Henrik Ibsen League of Youth about a "League of Youth" militating against the establishment.
(Downtown, pay what you want)



28. Bloodmilk
Buy yourself some witchy Victorian-reminiscent jewelry by JL Schnabel.
(Capitol Hill, free)

29. Deeper Than the Wall
Sue Danielson, Stranger Genius Award nominee Emily Gherard, and Kim Van Someren, all accomplished local abstract artists, will reveal works ranging from prints to large-scale paintings and collages. Visit this trio of great talent in anticipation of a show with Danielson and Van Someren.
(Georgetown, free)

30. 'Hate Pissing Alone' Closing Party
Junk and luxury blend in dynamic young artist Anthony White's nostalgia-fueled pieces referencing gay culture and love. This is your last chance to see the collection of gracefully ornamented paintings and collages.
(Capitol Hill, free)

31. Immersion VR
Gather every month at this new VR happening to experience art and discuss technology over booze and tunes.
(Downtown, free)

32. Seattle Frida Fest 2018
Browse works by artists and crafters who've been inspired by Frida Kahlo, one of the most famous women artists who ever lived, and enjoy music, fashion, a lookalike contest, food, and kids' activities. Organized by Colectiva Noroeste.
(Beacon Hill, free)


33. Mirth of July: Open Mic and Comedy Showcase
Chase the patriotic holiday with a refreshing night of stand-up by diverse immigrant and Native comics, including Adi Naidu, Birungi, Danielle Gregoire, and Howie Echo-Hawk. Stay on for an open mic ("even white people are encouraged to sign up").
(Beacon Hill, free)


34. 20th Annual Rainbow Health Fair
Trans and non-binary folks and queer womxn will have access to free health services like massages, mammograms, acupuncture, gender-affirming hormones, and more at this event.
(Capitol Hill, free)

35. Cascade Kids Day
Kids and families can enjoy a bouncy house, arts & crafts, lawn games, and more in the park.
(South Lake Union, free)

36. Cedar River Salmon Journey
Witness the Cedar River salmon migration, an annual journey wherein salmon swim from the ocean, through the Ballard Locks, into Lake Washington, and up the river to spawn.
(Ballard, free)

37. First Caturday
Allow your kitty to "reclaim the glory of the outdoors" by treating them to an afternoon of napping and/or socializing with other felines in the park.
(Capitol Hill, free)

38. March for Immigrants
Join Refuse Fascism in protesting the Trump administration's unconstitutional treatment of immigrants—particularly the Muslim ban and the imprisonment of immigrant families at America's southern border.
(Downtown, free)

39. Smokey Bear Launch Party
Check out the new Smokey Bear collection alongside forest service artifacts from the National Museum of Forest Service History. You'll also find camp-themed snacks by Tom Douglas, s'mores by Hot Cakes, Lighthouse Roasters coffee, and free Smokey Bear pins.
(Sodo, free)

40. We Stand With Immigrants: Activists/Allies Training
Join local community activist groups in planning advocacy tactics to fight Trump's persecution of immigrants in the U.S. They'll provide resources, training, and breakout sessions on topics like how to be an effective ally.
(Redmond, free)


41. Blue Moon Fest
Blue Moon will celebrate "84 years of skeeze" (and of business) with a full day of music, comedy, and partying, with proceeds going to benefit the local chapter of the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society. Featured bands will include the Marshall Law Band, Chris King and the Gutterballs, Little Spirits with Star Anna, Emma Pie, Ian Prebo, Maya Marie, MGB, Bo Johnson, and more.
(University District, free)

42. Polish Festival
Enjoy traditional Polish food, music, and dance, plus a market and workshops.
(Seattle Center, free)

43. Seafair Pirates Landing
A ruthless crew of Seafair pirates left behind some treasure in West Seattle last year, and they're sailing back to from the seven seas to collect their bounty. Watch as the scallywags storm the shore, but don't get in their way.
(West Seattle, free)

44. Tanabata Star Festival
The Tanabata Star Festival celebrates the meeting of the deities Orihime (represented by the star Vega) and Hikoboshi (represented by the star Altair). Spend the day learning more about the tradition by making crafts, writing wishes, watching a Taiko performance, and more.
(West Seattle, $8)

45. UHeights Summer Music Festival
Every Saturday afternoon, check out live music from bands of every genre, world dance troupes, and children's shows at this festival that's spread throughout the summer. The whole series is free to the public, with food available from the U-District Farmers Market. This weekend, check out West African dance from the Gansango Dance Company.
(University District, free)


46. Asmara Indie Film Festival
This traveling film festival kicks off in Oakland and wends its way up to Seattle with an array of diverse films.
(Central District, free)

47. Carillon Point Outdoor Movie Nights
Stretch out on the lawn overlooking Lake Washington and watch Despicable Me 3 in support of HopeLink. Popcorn, soda, and candy will be available for purchase.
(Bellevue, $5 suggested donation)


48. Beats for Ballots
Not registered to vote? Join the NAACP Youth Coalition for an afternoon of live music from Aurelio, Mista DC, Theomatic, and Campana, where you can register to vote at the door.
(Central District, $5-$10)

49. Boots with the Spurs: Pop Country Dance Party
Dance to sets from DJs Slaven Slaven (Dewey Decimal), Jamie Aaron Aux, and Michael Gill (MG of Dead Hipster Dance Party) to get your pop-country thrills.
(Pioneer Square, $5)

50. Black Lives Matter Hiphop Show and Fundraiser
This loaded lineup of local hiphop acts—including Nubion, Ethos, Mr. Rooks, King Flyz, and the Artist Keli—directly supports Black Lives Matter and the Rainier Valley Food Bank. If you’re looking to have a good time while supporting some worthy causes this summer, this show is for you, so hold onto your Fourth of July patriotism and put it where it matters. To take a hint from the event description: “If Black Lives Truly Matter—we must not only support the #BlackLivesMatterMovement but also the Black community through music and donations and reparations… we must live in a society… where we love and support each other and break the bonds of oppression by expressing ourselves.” SOPHIA STEPHENS
(Columbia City, $5/$10)

51. Canopy Club: Sunset Disco
Bust out your tropical shirts and saunter over to the third installment of Canopy Club, where disco tunes and outdoor drinking will carry you into the evening.
(Capitol Hill, free)

52. Christy McWilson & Band with The You Know Who Group
Christy McWilson and her band will be joined by the You Know Who Group for an "all mop-tops session" in celebration of Ringo Starr's birthday. Expect a few Beatles hits.
(Georgetown, $10)

53. The Cripples, Cape Fury, Date Night with Brian
I’m so stoked on this reunion show! For serious, I remember back in the olden days when the Cripples broke through the stranglehold Estrus bands and Sub Pop’s “Halifax Experiment” had on the scene. Their synth-stabby, DIY-confrontational, weird-ass noise rock was the first toe into the now stock angular “thing” of the ’00s, and those things they were doing then have since been revised into what the kids call "post punk." Y’all, the Cripples are kind of a big deal. Oh, we’ll also be getting some punk from SF’s Cape Fury and pop punk from locals Date Night with Brian. MIKE NIPPER
(Eastlake, $6/$8)

54. Cutthroat Brothers, Zelda Starfire, Ichi Bichi, Dizzy Lee Roth
The Cutthroat Brothers, or "Two Barbers making Garage Punk," will headline, with support sets by Zelda Starfire, Ichi Bichi, and Dizzy Lee Roth.
(Tukwila, $7)

55. Dark Sparkler, DonaldCrunk, The Animals At Night, Limanjaya
Dark Sparkler will celebrate the release of their new album with support from "Seattle's finest modular synthesizer wranglers" DonaldCrunk, the Animals at Night, and Limanjaya.
(Belltown, $8)

56. Eastlake Dance
Oscillate between Eastlake venues for a night of electro dance tunes with live DJs.
(Eastlake, $8/$10)

57. Electric Circus
Hear clever remixes of classic R&B, soul, rock, and psychedelia songs accompanied by light projections. Live performers include Ivan Arteaga, Thione Diop, soprano saxophonist Kate Olson, guitarist Simon Henneman, and many others.
(Columbia City, free)

58. The Gemini In-Store
Join West Seattle’s own Jeff Rouse and his new band the Gemini as they perform dark pop songs from their self-titled EP.
(West Seattle, free)

59. Gibraltar, Peyote Ugly, Rat Queen, MARBLE
A tumultuous rock group with a knack for surging dynamics and rousing buildups, Gibraltar sound like a passionate convergence of Interpol and Built to Spill. DAVE SEGAL
(Fremont, $8/$10)

60. High Voltage
Femmes and queers can dance their hearts out to party beats from She's Gucci, Dos Leches, and Toya B.
(South Lake Union, free)

61. KEXP Rocks the Dock
Join KEXP for a day of live soul and R&B on the water, featuring OCNotes, Stas Thee Boss, Nappy Nina, Breaks and Swells, Misundvrstood, and Gypsy Temple.
(Downtown, free)

62. Kilcid Band, Eldren, the Hoot Hoots
It's exceedingly hard in 2018 to hit the indie-rock sweet spot, in which bands avoid excessive cuteness and rhythmic feebleness and create memorable melodies that don't cloy. Thankfully, Seattle-via-Port-Townsend quintet Kilcid Band brilliantly thread that needle, as their new EP, The Good Get Gone, proves. Its three songs display seductive dynamics, elegant hooks, and tantalizing guitar, bass, and keyboard tones. Add some luscious, layered vocal harmonies that show deep immersion in the Queen catalog and you have a radio-friendly unit to whom you can listen while still respecting yourself the next morning. Mark my words: Kilcid Band are going to be big—or at least slightly more popular than medium-sized. DAVE SEGAL
(Ballard, $10)

63. The Late Style, Brianna Skye, The Assassination Project
Locals the Late Style, Brianna Skye, and the Assassination Project will bring a night of indie singer-songwriter action to Greenwood.
(Greenwood, $7)

64. Olympic Sessions at The Terrace: Featuring Alex Ashley
Enjoy blues and folk tunes from singer/songwriter Alex Ashley at the historic hotel's opulent lobby bar.

65. Outlandish :: Brews & Beats
Paul Velocity will curate electronic sounds for you while you drink beer.
(Fremont, free)

66. Sunflower Sutra, Amethyst de Wolfe, Smith & Whitaker
After a dozen years on semi-permanent hiatus, Sunflower Sutra have risen from the almost dead and are back on the local gig circuit, with support from Amethyst de Wolfe and Smith & Whitaker.
(West Seattle, $8)

67. Take Me Out: A Disco Punk Party
Get into some early-aughts dance punk and indie/punk disco with DJs JoelattheDisco and Justin Cornwall. Fans of Phoenix, Franz Ferdinand, Interpol, Bloc Party, LCD Soundsystem, the Rakes, Kaiser Chiefs, and the Yeah Yeah Yeahs will be especially pleased.
(Belltown, free-$10)

68. Thom Celica, Steeltoe Metronome, Sam Cobra, Red Heart Alarm
Enjoy a set from funky stoner-rockers Thom Celica, with support from Steeltoe Metronome, Sam Cobra, and Red Heart Alarm.
(Shoreline, $10)

69. Thunders of Wrath, Reverend Bear, Prize Fighters
Thunders of Wrath will play reverent old-school rock, along with Reverend Bear and Prize Fighters, at their Danger Dank Worldwide Release Show.
(Capitol Hill, $8)

70. The Tikigraphs
Dance to music "inspired by the Tiki pop culture phenomenon of the '50s and '60s" from the Tikigraphs.
(University District, $7)

71. Vagabond Superstar & Jame$ervin
Get down to disco and funk with DJs Jame$ervin Vagabond SuperStar.
(Capitol Hill, $5/$10)

72. The Wages of Sin, John Hamhock & The Enablers, Vito & The One Eyed Jacks
Celebrate the arrival of the weekend the Ballard way with a show featuring non-traditional genre blenders the Wages of Sin in their final show as a band, along with John Hamhock & the Enablers and Vito & the One Eyed Jacks.
(Ballard, $10)


73. Nolen Lee: The Panda Is Fat
Nolen Lee will present his whimsical book of haikus and draw stuff live.
(Chinatown-International District, free)

74. Poets in the Park 2018
If you're on the Eastside, buy poetry, hear free readings, and take part in family games like mini-golf.
(Redmond, free)

75. Steven Reddy: Everyday Sketching and Drawing
Reddy will present his charming, down-to-earth guide to everyday drawing, full of illustrations of Seattle scenes over the years.
(University District, free)


76. March for Immigrants
Join Refuse Fascism in protesting the Trump administration's unconstitutional treatment of immigrants—particularly the Muslim ban and the imprisonment of immigrant families at America's southern border.
(Downtown, free)


77. Urban Ag Bike Tour 2018!
Bike works invites you to peddle a leisurely five miles—one mile for every year they've been in existence—to local school and community gardens, P-Patches, and fruit orchards while exploring the intersections of social justice and food security. After the tour, enjoy bites from the Central Co-op.
(Columbia City, free)

78. Yoga at the Pocket
Start your weekend with a relaxing yoga session with Elena Martinez.
(Greenwood, pay what you want)



79. 2018 Chittenden Locks Summer Concert Series
June through September, enjoy live music performances from symphonic bands, show choirs, jazz trios, and more in the gardens by the Ballard Locks. This weekend, hear show tunes from Around the Sound Band on Saturday and marching band music from the Ballard Sedentary Sousa Band on Sunday.
(Ballard, free)

80. Japan Fair
Hear music, take workshops, learn about culture, and buy goods from Japan at this arts and culture fest.
(Bellevue, free)


81. Seattle Street Food Festival
This curbside festival from Mobile Food Rodeo gathers food trucks, trailers, street food vendors, and handmade shops on the streets of South Lake Union for a night of gluttony. Past events have featured over 150 vendors. This year's event will also feature a Saturday night market beneath the stars.
(South Lake Union, free)



82. Africatown Paint Party: Paint the CD You Want to See!
Africatown CD artists will cover a wall at 23rd & Union with art. Witness the commemoration of a crucial spot in the CD (or help out yourself).
(Central District, free)

83. Queer Press Fest
The gallery will host a variety of queer zine and print creators. Give them some love and pick up some art.
(Ballard, free)


84. 40 Years of Struggle: Rally & Rededication
In the summer of 1978, a newly formed Jewish Liberation Alliance (now called Kadima) marched in Occidental Square to protest the Nazis marching in Chicago on that same day. Kadima will gather there again to celebrate 40 years of accomplishments and to continue protesting intolerance.
(Pioneer Square, free)

85. Dogs of Peddler Party
Let your doggo roam free in an off-leash area while you sip some beer. One dollar from every pint will benefit Seattle Humane.
(Ballard, free)

86. Mini Mart City Park Ground Breaking
Discover a new park that's been in the works for 10 years and enjoy barbecue and potluck. Some remarks will be made, and ingenious prankster artists John Sutton, Ben Beres, and Zac Culler will host.
(Georgetown, free)

87. Pop-up Dog Park
For a few Sundays throughout the summer, Occidental Square will turn into an off-leash dog park where your pup can play with toys, jump over obstacles, and make new friends.
(Pioneer Square, free)

88. Wiener Dog and Wannabe Races
Cheer on teeny tiny horses (also known as wiener dogs) as they storm out of the gates and race around the track. The Auburn Valley Humane Society will also have a setup in the picnic area with adoptable dogs.
(Auburn, $9)


89. Art on the Ave
Travel to "Tacoma's most eclectic district" for art and music, as well as gifts to buy and food to nosh.
(Tacoma, free)

90. Columbia City Beatwalk 2018
Head south for the Columbia City Beatwalk, a music festival for locals by locals, every second Sunday this June through September. In July, catch R&B, funk, soul, and hiphop sets from acts like Thadillac, Swingset, Roc Phizzle and the Rhythm Section, and plenty of street buskers across multiple neighborhood venues.
(Columbia City, free)

91. Georgetown Garden Walk/Cross Pollinate
Artists paint in local gardens and create multimedia installations at this yearly festival of greenery and paint.
(Georgetown, free)


92. Punk With A Camera
Punk with a Camera will screen the first half of a new film featuring performances from Birdteeth, Are They Brothers, Sad2, and Bigger Than Mountains.
(Belltown, free)


93. Kim O'Donnel Recipe Demonstration
Local author, chef, and teacher Kim O'Donnel will demo a fresh seasonal recipe with local veggies, and signed copies of her book will be available for purchase.
(West Seattle, free)


94. 4th Ward Afro-Klezmer Orchestra, the Debaucherauntes, Shpilkis
Atlanta represent! The Big Peach sends us nine folks in casual attire who play horns, guitars, and drums, and look and sound like they just got together on a street corner. A street corner with some magic to it, though, because something settles deep into the hybrid klezmer/Afro grooves. A walking, strutting magic, something that’s almost like New Orleans funk legends the Meters, where galaxies, and galactic secrets, hide between the beats, and you’re almost sorry the next beat comes down. Almost. Not quite. ANDREW HAMLIN
(Eastlake, $8/$10)

95. The Artisanals, La Magistral
Newly formed folk rock quartet the Artisanals hail from Charleston, South Carolina. Catch a set of their lilting melodies as they pass through Seattle on tour with La Magistral.
(Ballard, $8)

96. Beach Party
Local bands Speak Easy, Surf Monk, and Wet City Rockers will bring reggae, surf, and other sunny-weather tunes to the waterfront for a beachy dance party.
(Downtown, free)

97. Brian Nova Jazz Jam
Seattle-based jazz guitarist and vocalist Brian Nova and a cast of rotating guests will bring the music of jazz greats to life.
(Downtown, free)

98. Delta Hothouse, Element 47, The Jelly Rollers
Fans of delta-, hill country-, and Chicago- style blues can count on locals Delta Hothouse for the goods.
(Ballard, $10)

99. Eleonora Karpukhova
Russian pianist Eleonora Karpukhova, of the Moscow State Conservatory, will expertly play pieces by Beethoven and Rachmaninoff.
(First Hill, free)

100. Free Blues & Cool Jazz Series
Loll on the grass and listen to free and all-ages sets of chill jazz and blues from some of Seattle's most popular local musicians.
(Downtown, free)

101. GIRL BAND a cappella
Women's a cappella ensemble GIRL BAND will perform contemporary pop hits sans accompaniment.
(Capitol Hill, free)

102. KEXP DJ Summer Series at Brewlab
Spend your summer Sundays grooving to tunes from KEXP DJs Abbie and Atticus while you sip a hazy grapefruit "Abbicus" IPA brewed just for the occasion.
(Capitol Hill, free)

103. Lunarbass, The Deacon Raleigh St. James Band, Rest as Mutes
Pete Krueger's solo project Lunarbass is fleshed out live with a full band playing his funk and soul-pop tracks. They'll be joined by the Deacon Raleigh St. James Band and Rest as Mutes.
(Ballard, $8)

104. Trashy Trash DJs ALL 90s Set
Trashy Trash DJs Ben Meadow, Mad Max, and Introcut will spin your favorite '90s hits to take you into a new week.
(Capitol Hill, free)

105. Your Sweet Action, Oceans Fade
Bluesy soul group Your Sweet Action will play nostalgic tunes with bill support from Oceans Fade.
(Fremont, $6/$8)


106. Found Stories: An Improvised Storytelling Show
Hear tales by kickass storytellers Danielle Gregoire, Emmett Montgomery, Jekeva Phillips, Lu Smith, and Yolanda Suarez. There's a special twist that allows improv into the mix: Audience members will write down a word or phrase, and each performer will take impromptu inspiration from papers selected at random. A co-production with Word Lit Zine.
(Belltown, $10)

107. Joe Ponepinto, Connie Connally
In this joint reading, Joe Ponepinto will share Mr Neutron, his genre-bending novel about the "unpredictable nature of American politics," and Connie Hampton Connally will share The Songs We Hide, a historical fiction novel set in post-war Budapest.
(Capitol Hill, free)