Expect crowds at Trucktoberfest in South Lake Union on Saturday.

Congratulations, you've made it to the weekend! All week long, we at Stranger Things To Do have been posting lists of Seattle events to prepare you for this moment, but if you haven't been keeping up, don't worry—here are the basics to get you started on your weekend planning adventures.

If you're artsy...
Check out Waitress at the Paramount, the opening of Group Therapy at the Frye Art Museum, the all-female Richard III at the Seattle Repertory Theatre, a whole host of free events at Bellwether Arts Week in Bellevue, or the continuation of the Seattle Design Festival.
See more: The 52 Best Things To Do This Week, according to our arts & culture critics

If you're a music lover...
Get yourself to see Angel Olsen at the Moore on Friday, Lauryn Hill at the ShoWare center on Saturday, or Toby Keith at the Washington State Fair on Saturday.
See more: The 38 Best Music Shows in Seattle This Week

If you're a cinephile...
Prepare your eyeballs for the 70mm Film Festival at Cinerama, Pick of the Litter at SIFF Uptown, or A Simple Favor, playing across the city.
See more: 29 Movies Worth Watching in Seattle This Weekend

If you're a foodie...
Don't miss the Washington Artisan Cheesemakers Festival on Saturday in Georgetown, the opening of Linda Derschang's Queen City in Belltown, or the end of Washington Cider Week.
See more: Food News You Can Use This Weekend, or 12 Places in Seattle to Get an Affogato

If you're in South Lake Union...
Head to Trucktoberfest on Saturday, which will happen in conjunction with Dude Fest XX (a 20th-anniversary screening of The Big Lebowski) and the Solstice Night Market. Plus, check out the Boats Afloat Show at Lake Union Park all weekend long.

If you need some retail therapy in Beacon Hill...
Stop by the Second Use Fall Fest and Handmade & Reclaimed Market on Saturday or the South End Record Sale on Sunday.

If you're a little geeky...
You may find your people at Renton's comic con on Saturday and Sunday (Rencon), the weekend-long Seattle Philatelic Exhibition (a stamp collectors show), or Jet City Improv's Indie Month shows on Friday.

If you need a culture fix...
Try the weekend-long St. Demetrios Greek Festival in Capitol Hill, East Ballard Oktoberfest on Saturday, the Tacoma Moon Festival on Saturday, the continuation of the monthlong MEXAM Northwest Festival Mexican cultural festival, or several Fiestas Patrias events to mark Latin American countries' independence days (at the South Park Community Center on Saturday, Seattle Center on Saturday and Sunday, the State Fair on Sunday, and Cubes Baking Co. on Saturday).

If you want to make the world a cleaner place...
You should know about the Salish Sea Day of Action on Saturday, Fall Restoration Day in Volunteer Park on Sunday, and the Patagonia Ballard & Sustainable Coastlines Hawaii Coastal Cleanup in Ballard on Saturday.

If you're an athletic type...
Consider the Night Nation Run at CenturyLink Field on Saturday, Beat the Blerch in Carnation on Saturday and Sunday, or the St. Jude Walk/Run to End Childhood Cancer at Seattle Center on Saturday. Or cheer on the home team at the Seattle Storm’s 2018 WNBA Championship Parade at Seattle Center on Sunday afternoon.

If you're a procrastinator...
Read our list of last-minute events that won't cost more than $10, or try to break your habit and look ahead to the best arts & performance events this fall.

If you're still not satisfied...
See more events in our Things To Do calendar, or check out our September event overview.