Don't forget to wear green to the 48th annual St. Patrick's Day Parade on Saturday. Chris Picard

Panicking because you don’t know what to do this 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 geeky drag show Star Wars: Attack of the Drag Clones to Free Grilled Cheese Day, and from the St. Patrick's Day Parade to the Irish Festival. For even more options, check out our complete Things To Do calendar, our complete St. Patrick's Day calendar, and our list of cheap & easy things to do in Seattle all year long.

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1. Live Printing with Expedition Press
Myrna Keliher's Expedition Press will host a live printing before the screening of the documentary Endless LetterpressStop by and pull your own type!
(Capitol Hill, free)


2. Night Hike at Lewis Creek Park
Walk amongst the crepuscular species that come out in Lewis Creek Park at night by going on a hike through the woods after dark. Don't forget a flashlight.
(Bellevue, free)


3. Hellboy Beer Release Party
Be the first to try the limited edition Hellboy beer at this tapping hosted by the Pine Box and Dark Horse Comics. The first 25 people to arrive will receive a free pint.
(Capitol Hill, free)


4. Con-vergence of Geek: ECCC + GDC Kickoff Party!
Wear your best cosplay and bop around to chiptunes by Pacific Noise Works artists. You'll also get to discover indie games you might not know about and drink beer.
(Pioneer Square, $5)

5. Queer Mixer
Grab a beer and some snacks and play all sorts of games from Gamma Ray and Outsider with fellow LGBTQ+ geeks and creatives.
(Capitol Hill, free)


6. Boss Tanaka, No Refills, Coyote Bred, College Radio
Local four-piece punk group Boss Tanaka claim to be fueled by four things: "Caffeine, Nicotine, Gasoline, and Alcohol." They'll be joined by Phoenix alt-punks No Refills, pop-punks Coyote Bred, and College Radio.
(University District, $7)

7. Catalyst, Digging For Change, Longward
Local rockers Catalyst promise an "unforgettable" live show with blues-metal band Digging For Change and punk rockers Longward.
(Tukwila, $5)

8. Clash Valian, Ned & The Dirt, Echo Texture
Grimy rockers Clash Valian will be joined by "'90s alt revival" band Ned & the Dirt and indie-rockers Echo Texture.
(Fremont, $8/$10)

9. Depth: Developer
The local Depth crew’s imprimatur guarantees high-quality techno. Headliner Developer is a Los Angeles producer/DJ and label owner (Modularz) who’s been on the scene since the early 1990s, pushing a subtly ominous and weird strain of techno that blasts away your biases about LA vacuity. DJ Bricks (aka DJ Louise Croff Blake), as I've been telling you for the past few years, is among Seattle's foremost selectors of deep, after-hours techno and house. Sone (Seattle’s Brian Sonnleitner) records for and manages the Bay Area’s stronghold of dark, hard techno, From 0-1, so you know he’s legit. DAVE SEGAL
(Downtown, $10)

10. Double or Muffin, Zander Yates, William Russell Wallace
Party punkishly with the curiously named band Double or Muffin, plus gentler sets by Northwest indie artists Zander Yates and William Russell Wallace.
(Greenwood, $5)

11. Dream Decay, lié, Sigsaly, Black Agent
Rock quartet Dream Decay will be joined by Vancouver's lié and Sigsaly and local industrial EBM outfit Black Agent. 
(Central District, $5-$10)

12. The Drive Through, Ian Jones, Thedrifterluke
Roll around in some gritty Americana and good old rock and roll with this tour stop by Ian Jones and his full band. They'll be joined by the Drive Through and local singer-songwriter Thedrifterluke.
(Georgetown, $8)

13. Eldren, The Hoot Hoots, Fruit Juice
Denver psych-rockers Eldren will jam the night away in Ballard with support from power-pop band the Hoot Hoots and Fruit Juice.
(Ballard, $10)

14. FAKE and GAY Seattle! Dorian Electra, WristBoi, Grace Towers
Witness the Seattle debut of singer-songwriter and performance artist Dorian Electra, plus DJs Wristboi, Adam Kraft, Grace Towers, and others, as they dish out pop treasures.
(Downtown, $10)

15. Hound Dog Taylor's Hand, V. Vecker, Fraktal Phantom, Noel Kennon & Dave Abramson
Long one of the city’s most incendiary and interesting bands, Hound Dog Taylor's Hand—guitarist Jeffery Taylor, bassist John Seman, and drummer Mark Ostrowski—have found myriad ways to integrate Hendrixian pyrotechnics and tenderness (Jimi was a softy at heart) with Sonny Sharrock–ian and James Blood Ulmer–esque jazz brut. It’s highbrow, high-intensity music that doesn’t neglect the body, and it thrives in the divey atmosphere of places like the Blue Moon and the old Comet. DAVE SEGAL
(University District, $10)

16. Joe Blue and the Roof Shakers
The veteran musicians of the Fabulous Roof Shakers promise an evening of "vintage East Coast rhythm and blues."
(Downtown, free)

17. La Fille, Racoma, Eastern Souvenirs
Local indie pop-rock band La Fille will celebrate the release of their debut LP, Alright Already, with a Ballard show featuring support sets by alt-rock groups Racoma and Eastern Souvenirs.
(Ballard, $8)

18. Model Snake, Projections on a Wall, Rest As Mutes, Histamines
Post-hardcore band Model Snake will thrash wildly with support from genre mutuals Projections on a Wall, Rest As Mutes, and Histamines. 
(Eastlake, $10)

19. Nessa, dcR Pollock, Jessie Thoreson
This singer-songwriter showcase will feature the talents of Nessa ("mathy songs about New York") dcR Pollock ("commie synth neo-soul"), and Jessie Thoreson ("folk songs about nature").
(Capitol Hill, free)

20. Pop Secret: Comic Con Edition
Sing your favorite pop hits by everyone from Whitney Houston to Shawn Mendes with DJs Jerry Wang and Jack at this post-Comic Con party. 
(Capitol Hill, $10)

21. Primavera SPRING BREAK Latino Party
Get in the spring break mood with DJs Precision J-Cue, who will be spinning their favorite reggae and Latin mixes.
(Capitol Hill, $5)

22. Seattle Symphony with UW Music Faculty
Join UW School of Music faculty Melia Watras (viola), Sæunn Thorsteinsdóttir (cello), and Cristina Valdés (piano), along with members of the University Symphony in a program of music including world premieres by UW Music director Richard Karpen and faculty member and Seattle Symphony Orchestra bassoonist Seth Krimsky, as well as works by Páll Ragnar Pálsson and Thomas Larcher. Conductor duties for the evening will be split between Seattle Symphony Music Director Ludovic Morlot and Faculty Artist-in-Residence David Alexander Rahbee.
(University District, free)

23. Sinister Six, Tom Price Desert Classic, Value Ape
Celebrate Pisces season with local rockers Sinister Six, Tom Price Desert Classic, and Value Ape.
(Shoreline, $10)

24. Snowday, Sunset Club, Leisure McCorkle
Local rockers Snowday will share a bill with indie-punks Sunset Club and solo alt-rocker Leisure McCorkle.
(West Seattle, $8)

25. Summoned by Giants, Namea, Izthmi
Summoned by Giants will perform in support of their newest album, Azimuth, with support from fellow metalheads Namea and Izthmi. 
(Eastlake, $8/$10)

26. Support Group, Phono Pony, Programmes, Phoebe Kinks
Support Group describe themselves as "the '80s fever dream you never woke up from." They'll glam out on stage with fellow glitzy rockers and power poppers Phono Pony, Programmes, and Phobe Kinks. 
(Eastlake, $5/$8)


27. Star Wars: Attack of the Drag Clones
Before you change out of your Carrie Fisher (ahem, we mean Princess Leia) cosplay, keep your fandom going with an evening of Star Wars-inspired drag numbers.
(Downtown, $9)

28. What! A Show?!
Treat yourself to a night of "randomness and frivolity" through the art of drag, dance, and burlesque.
(Belltown, pay what you can)


29. Brad Taylor: Intentional Success
Brad Taylor will read from Intentional Success, his book about succeeding as an entrepreneur.
(Lake Forest Park, free)

30. Brian Fies: A Fire Story
Forty-four lives, 6,200 homes, and 8,900 structures were lost in Northern California wildfires in 2017. In A Fire Story, Brian Fies shares his first-hand account of the natural disaster, which involved throwing what he and his wife could fit in the back of their car and driving to safety before their house burned down. Given the disastrous California wildfires of 2018, this reading should be particularly affecting.
(Capitol Hill, free)


31. Green Stripe Laying
This mini parade will mark the route of the St. Patrick's Day Parade down Fourth Avenue, starting at Jefferson Street.
(Pioneer Square, free)

32. The History of Shamrocks
Four-leaf clovers, also known as shamrocks, are said to bring good luck to those who pluck them. But according to Orlando de Lange, a Plant Molecular Biologist at UW, Americans have long mistaken the Oxalis triangularis, an entirely unrelated plant, for shamrocks. In fact, only a small handful have ever been cultivated on a large scale. In honor of St. Patrick's Day, learn about this sham shamrock and "the role of chance in selecting the plants that we eat and grow for pleasure."
(Capitol Hill, $10)

33. Landing of St. Patrick
During this reenactment, the Pirates of the Emerald Isle will deliver Ireland's foremost patron saint, Patrick, back to the Emerald City, dropping him off in South Lake Union.
(Queen Anne, free)

34. St. Patrick's Day Mass for Peace
Hear Irish choir songs led by Presider and Homilist Fr. Bill Treacy. 
(Capitol Hill, free)


35. Gretchen Francis Bennett Exhibition Opening
In celebration of the shimmery solo exhibition Air, the free or unconfined space above the surface of the earth by Gretchen Frances Bennett, listen to Bennett read a short lyric essay about adolescence and the search for freedom, accompanied by electronic music by mmuumm (Brit Ruggirello). The Frye Museum writes: "The musical score will be tuned to 432 Hz, which is said to be consistent with the natural vibrational frequency of the universe and to have cosmic healing properties." 
(First Hill, free)



36. Ballard Hullabaloo 2019
Ballard shops like Monster: Art, Clothing & Gifts, re-souL, Market Street Shoes, Annie's Art and Frame, and Fair Trade Winds will sell their goods under one roof. While you shop, sip beer on tap from Peddler Brewing Company and, on Saturday only, munch on bagels and biscuits from Porkchop & Co.
(Ballard, free)


37. Denial: Shelf Medication
Canadian street artist Denial satirizes consumerism and branding through the metaphor of medication.
(Pioneer Square, free)
Closing Saturday

38. Dori Hana Scherer: Never Eat Shredded Wheat
Seattle-based artist Dori Hana Scherer’s artistic range is broad, with her work encompassing things from nostalgic signage to bright objects made of thermoformed plastic. At this solo Glassbox Gallery show, Scherer will be debuting text-based works that draw inspiration from the aesthetics of early conceptual art, 1980s feminist art, and Ludwig Wittgenstein's philosophy of language. JASMYNE KEIMIG
(Chinatown-International District, free)
Closing Saturday

39. Kim Keever: Three Dimensional Rorschach
New York-based experimental photographer Keever, who used to work on NASA projects as a thermal engineer, takes photos of diffusing, roiling paint in a water-filled aquarium.
(South Lake Union, free)
Closing Saturday

40. Scholastic Arts & Writing Awards
The winners of the Scholastic Arts & Writing Awards—which honor visual art and creative writing pieces by teens in grades 7–12—were chosen from over 35,000 submissions. Find out who the winners are and check out their work before it's moved to the President's Gallery in the Main Campus Center.
(Belltown, free)
Closing Saturday



41. Pokemon Play Zone
All you Pokémon fans can take advantage of photo ops and special giveaways, see demos with the Poké Ball, and play games, even if you don't have an ECCC badge. Pokémon GO players will find some extra special surprises.
(Downtown, free)


42. Get lucky! 5 Days of St. Patrick's Day!
Knock back Jameson specials and Jell-O shots while DJ Qreepz mans the turntables.
(Wallingford, free)

43. St. Patrick's Day at Murphy's Pub
Do your most festive jigs to live sets from Stark Raving Plaid, Dread Pirate, the Irish Experience, That Irish Guy, and other artists eager to celebrate St. Patrick's Day.
(Wallingford, free)

44. St. Patrick's Day Festival 2019
Jig along to Irish music, play trivia, and knock back drink specials (like $5 pints of Harp Lager and Kilkenny Cream Ale) all weekend in honor of St. Patrick's Day.
(Fremont, free)

45. St. Patty's Day Weekend
Guzzle green beer and feast on classic Irish fare like corned beef and cabbage, mashed potatoes, and freshly baked soda bread. Garrett Bradbury of Garrett and the Sheriffs will play live on Saturday.
(Queen Anne, free)


46. A Parliament of Owls
Local artists pay tribute to our silent-winged, large-eyed avian strigiform friends in zines, paintings, prints, cards, and statues. The contributors are Char Hall, Braden Duncan, Heidi Estey, Lis Wright Ivec, Laura Zakroff, Ryan Allred, Megan Wyreweden, Jeffrey Shaw, Dani Wilson, Mckenna Mead, Rick Bass, and Lily Munn.
(University District, free)
Opening Friday



47. QTPOC Is Not A Rapper: Spring & Squirt Showcase!
This comedy show will celebrate its second year with a night of laughs with queer and trans comics of color Clara Pluton, Drew Dorje, and Abraham Tadesse, and resident comics Alyssa Yeoman, Val Nigro, and Monisa Brown.
(Capitol Hill, $10)


48. Community Visioning & Saturday Social
Columbia Hillman Arts and Cultural District is officially a thing. Before it launches, bring your ideas and opinions to help create the blueprint with former Seattle Arts Commission Chair Vivian Phillips. Chef Tarik will provide food and the Black & Tan Crew will provide live entertainment.
(Columbia City, free)

49. Hawaiian Beach Party
Slip on your breezy floral button-up for an evening dedicated to Hawaii. You can look forward to vintage vinyl DJ sets, a vintage clothing pop-up, lunch-plate and drink specials, a photo booth, and more surprises.
(South Lake Union, free)

50. Visual Arts Career Day
Youth ages 14-21 can network and make art with arts industry professionals.
(Downtown, free)

51. Xspose Your Vision Workshop
Map out your goals for the future with some help from Active Duty Navy officers Erynne and Shirkydra. There will also be raffles and a networking portion. 
(Capitol Hill, free)


52. Free Grilled Cheese Day
Five words: toasted sourdough and melted cheese. Get yourself a free hot sandwich from Seattle Baking while you can.
(West Seattle, free)


53. Qomix: Queer Comicon Party
Wear your best cosplay and party in the company of terrific local drag performer Arson Nicki, DJs Joy Ma and Calente Cardwel, and other geeky queers at Queerspace Magazine's annual event over Emerald City Comic Con weekend.
(Downtown, $10)

54. The Wicked + The Divine + Bombsheller ECCC After Party
Take your sweatiness and exhaustion to the next level (in a fun way) with Bombsheller and the Wicked + the Divine after geeking out at Comic Con. They'll have two bars, tunes spun by DJs Jamie McKelvie and Kieron Gillen, raffle prizes, drink specials, and a welcoming dance floor.
(Capitol Hill, free)

55. X-Plain the X-Men ECCC Meetup & Party!
Jay and Miles—hosts of the podcast Jay and Miles X-Plain the X-Men—invite you to hang out, win swag, eat snacks, and gush over your favorite characters.
(Capitol Hill, free)


56. Actors, Bootblacks, Ex-Kids
Actors define their sound as "post-post-punk." They'll be joined by New York goth punks Bootblacks and Portland power poppers Ex-Kids.
(Pioneer Square, $10)

57. Atomic Rust, Failing Suns, Electric Mermaid
Old-school Seattle punk group Atomic Rust make their home in every dive bar that will have them, cranking out a sound they describe as "Oozing Punk Rock Metal Radiation."
(Greenwood, $7)

58. Bad Luck, Mind Beams, MKB Ultra, Hex Rays
Stranger music contributor Zach Frimmel has written of Bad Luck, "The avant-jazz duo proficiently constructs their numbers with cymbal splashes of Zen and sax-looped echoes (Colin Stetson status) while seamlessly being able to combust into tirades of clustered cacophony." They'll be joined by prog rockers Mind Beams, psychedelic riff rockers MKB Ultra, and fuzz rockers Hex Rays.
(Fremont, $8/$10)

59. Haute Sauce: Miles Medina
San Francisco's Miles Medina, who's produced records for GTA, Lil Jon, and Diplo, will be the special guest at this hiphop dance party with resident DJs Blesst, Swervewon, Famous, and Momlyn.
(Capitol Hill, $10)

60. Holodeck Heart, Soft Reputation, Shower Scum
Self-proclaimed "queer Star Trek band" Holodeck Heart will celebrate the release of a new album with support from fellow queer rockers and punks Soft Reputation and Shower Scum.
(Seattle Center, $8/$10)

61. JK POP! Comic-Con Edition
Up the cuteness factor of your cosplay by bouncing around to K-Pop with DJs Hostboi, Mooncakes, and Yung Futon.
(Downtown, $8/$10)

62. Loolowningen, iji, Temporflare, Powerbleeder
Join experimental dance duo Temporflare and fellow Japanese groups Loolowningen, iji, and Powerbleeder for a night of moving and grooving.
(University District, $6-$10)

63. Planet Fly
Swing your hips loosely with Planet Fly's unhurried, nostalgic funk, featuring the self-assured vocals of KJ Jones.
(Downtown, free)

64. Profit Prison, Pill Brigade, Neuroprison, Plum, Thee Effluvium
Live your goth truth by dancing to sets from ambient electro-punks Profit Prison, electro-industrial band Pill Brigade, Neuroprison, Plum, and Thee Effluvium.
(Downtown, $7)

65. Skelator, Space Vacation, Hellfire
Doomy metal bands Skelator, Space Vacation, and Hellfire will share a bill.
(Eastlake, $8/$10)

66. Tuff Talk, The Pop Cycle, King Cumulus
Local rockers Tuff Talk will be joined in Tukwila by the Pop Cycle and King Cumulus.
(Tukwila, $7)


67. Pat Graney: Work-in-Progress Showing
Witness the maturation of a new dance piece by Pat Graney, ATTIC, the third part of her House of Mind Trilogy. It'll be worth it: Former Stranger theater critic Brendan Kiley called her a "dance auteur who creates affecting and sometimes humorous spectacles."
(Queen Anne, $10)

68. Victoria Haven & Heather Kravas: Work in Progress Showing
Current Artists-in-Residence Heather Kravas and Victoria Haven will present an excerpt of their ongoing collaboration, solid objects, which "interrupts the hierarchies of their disciplines by immersing its audience in an intricate dance-painting." Expect allusions to everything from Iggy Pop to French romantic painting.
(Queen Anne, $10)


69. Christina Gerhardt
Christina Gerhardt, Associate Professor of Film and German Studies at the University of Hawaii at Manoa, will come to Seattle to talk about her recently published books about the same influential year: 1968 and Global Cinema and Screening the Red Army Faction: Historical and Cultural Memory.
(Capitol Hill, free)

70. Colleen Frakes and Tatiana Gill Signing
Meet two great local women comics artists, autobiographical/social justice-focused Tatiana Gill (RecoveryDown to Clown, Plus: Body Positive Drawings, contributions to The Stranger) and fantasy-spinner Colleen Frakes (Tragic Relief, Iron Scars).
(Fremont, free)

71. Constantine Singer: Strange Days
Sci-fi writer Constantine Singer will read from his new book about an LA native who uses his time traveling abilities to save the world from an alien invasion. 
(Ravenna, free)

72. Dana Simpson Signing
Meet Washington comics artist Dana Simpson, author of the totally charming kids' graphic novel series Phoebe and Her Unicorn and the Calvin and Hobbes-esque Ozy and Millie. Buy comics at the shop or bring your own to be signed.
(Fremont, free)

73. Seconds, Anyone?: The Pain (and Pleasure) of Follow-Up Books
It's a cliché that a writer's second book is always cursed. Real authors—poets Ryo Yamaguchi and Rebecca Wadlinger, essayist Kevin O'Rourke, and fiction writer Jesse Donaldson—will talk about that challenge.
(Capitol Hill, free)


74. Fight Evictions! Rally to Defend Our Chateau Neighbors
The Central District's Chateau Apartments is in danger of being torn down, leaving its residents potentially high and dry in a neighborhood—and city—with a dearth of affordable housing. Join tenants, City Councilmember Kshama Sawant, and other community members for a protest and rally.
(Capitol Hill, free)


75. Project 42 Wrestling & the BEME Company Present: Last Kaiju Standing
Gear up for a rock and roll-fueled night of wrestling between the Amerikan Gunz and Cook Bros, also featuring Derek Drexl, Caden Cassidy, Dave Turner, Damon James, Nick Radford, The Konami Code, Cole Hankuff, Izzy McQueen, and many others.
(Eastlake, free)


76. Ballard Breweries Present St. Pat's Parade O' Pints
Try specialty beers and travel between Ballard's 11 breweries in the Hale's Ales double-decker bus. Your bus fare supports the Seattle Firefighters Pipes and Drums.
(Ballard, $5)

77. Irish Flag Raising
Participate in the raising of the Irish flag in front of the King County Administration Building, followed by Irish and U.S. anthems, with Mayor Jenny Durkan.
(Downtown, free)

78. St. Paddy's Party with Whiskey Mary
Irish party band Whiskey Mary will get you in a jigging mood.
(Ballard, free)

79. St. Patrick's Day Parade
Trumpeters will lead a procession of green-clad Seattleites in the Irish and US National Anthems to kick off the 48th annual St. Patrick's Day Parade up Fourth Avenue, ending in Westlake Park. From there, participants are encouraged to hop on the Monorail (for free!) and head to Seattle Center's Irish Festival for closing ceremonies. King County Councilmember Joe McDermott will serve as this year's Grand Marshal.
(Downtown, free)

80. St. Patrick’s Day Smash
Imbibe "lots and lots of whisky" alongside such hearty comfort food as Irish mac 'n cheese, Guinness beef stew, and corned beef and cabbage.
(Belltown, free)

81. St. Patrick's Mayhem with Cryptamnesia, Beldam, Metaphoria, Corvoid
Metal bands Cryptamnesia, Beldam, Metaphoria, and Corvoid will thrash around onstage in honor of St. Patrick's Day.
(Shoreline, $8)


82. Cat Parade Teen Art Fundraiser
This fundraiser for the Teen Art & Comics Program is all about cats. Shop for feline-themed prints, books, and other art items created by talented teens, including the Art Gang comic book.
(Ballard, free)



83. Indigenous Robot, Here Comes the Hooch, Kid Leather, Of the Heavy Sun
"Modernly retro" band Indigenous Robot will play their "out there" psychedelic rock with support from Here Comes the Hooch, Kid Leather, and Of the Heavy Sun. They'll headline again on Sunday with Heather's Sweater, North By North, and Glass Beaches.
(University District and Tukwila, $10)


84. Pop Up Shop, VR Bauhaus, and Smile Faucet
Play with VR at the Goethe Institut Pop-up's Virtual Bauhaus station, discover design by fruitsuper, KAME, Frye Art Museum Store, and Moon Bloom Floral, and see looping motion graphics by Smile Faucet, created by film producer Stephen Jablonsky.
(Capitol Hill, free)


85. Aury Moore Band
The Aury Moore Band will infuse your St. Patrick's Day with bluesy rock-pop. 
(Downtown, free)

86. Irish Festival
This festival is chock-full of performances, live music ideal for practicing your Irish jigs, short film screenings, genealogy workshops, food, and more.
(Seattle Center, free)

87. St. Patrick's Day 2019
Get your Saint Paddy's Day whiskey at the Seattle location of coast-to-coast Irish-themed chain Fadó, where they say they'll be "going all out, all day with the best St. Patrick’s Day party in Seattle." There will be a cover after brunch and a screening of the annual international rugby union competition Six Nations with games by England, Scotland, France, Ireland, Italy, and Wales, as well as live music all afternoon and night.
(Downtown, free/$10)

88. St. Patrick's Day at Conor Byrne
Nosh on food from Wich Came First, Bread and Circuses, and Dante's Inferno Dogs while you groove to live music from the Evergreen Irish Dancers, the Jamisons, the Leger Family, and others at this all-night St. Patrick's Day event.
(Ballard, free)

89. St. Patrick's Day Weekend
Wear your favorite green shirt to look festive while you enjoy a special "Irish Ale Happy Hour" featuring the Iron Horse Quilter's Irish Death on nitro, a corned beef sandwich, and a St. Patty's melt.
(Capitol Hill, free)


90. Machines of Survival
Check out mechatronic art experiments about "the anthropocene, transhumanism, and non-human agents" made by student artists and designers from the Center for Digital Arts and Experimental Media (DXARTS).
(Ballard, free)
Closing Sunday



91. TV Fameless
You may have seen Hannah Hogan, Sofiya Alexandra, and Christine Little (the trio of TV Fameless Tour) on Comedy Central, America's Got Talent, and other shows. They'll come to Seattle for a "hilarious, debaucherous, drunken night of fun."
(Bellevue, $10)


92. Urban Poverty Forum 2019
At this annual forum, discuss the systemic issues surrounding urban poverty and help devise solutions for communities in need in Seattle and beyond. This 13th annual event will feature speakers from the Northwest Immigrant Rights Project, Veterans For Peace, and Puget Sound Chapter 92, as well as a musical performance by the Mahogany Project.
(Capitol Hill, free)


93. Nowruz Celebration (Persian New Year) in Seattle
The Persian New Year, Nowruz, marks both the beginning of spring in the Northern hemisphere and the first month on the Iranian calendar. Celebrate locally by learning about the holiday's traditions through live performances, art exhibits, speakers from around the world, and more.
(Downtown, free)


94. Dandu, Prize the Wild, Devin Bews
Denver's Dandu will bring their brand of "wonky groove music" to town with support from Prize the Wild and Devin Bews.
(University District, $7)

95. Golden Idols, Dirty Rugs, Sundog
Seattle four-piece indie rockers Golden Idols will make an appearance on the Hill, flanked by indie-rockers Dirty Rugs and Sundog.
(Capitol Hill, $5-$10)

96. Mostafa, Lyric Divine, Keasha Beard, Whispah The Ruler, Seven Da Pantha, Vaugh
Bellingham-based independent hiphop artist Mostafa will come to Seattle on his No Sleep Til Tour with support from Lyric Divine, Keasha Beard, Whispah The Ruler, Seven Da Pantha, and Vaugh. 
(Rainier Valley, $5)


97. Dacha Jam - Light Princess Edition!
No matter your theatrical experience (or lack thereof), you can jam in a movement-filled workshop with Dacha Theatre's Kate Drummond and Molly Levy.
(Crown Hill, $10 suggested donation)

98. Drunken Owl Theater
The Drunken Owl Theater will once again bring you readings of new short plays, including one called "Why I Drink Irish Whiskey."
(West Seattle, free)

99. Staged Reading: Jump
In this play by Charly Evon Simpson, a young woman copes with her mother's death by walking along a nearby bridge, where she forms a friendship with a fellow wanderer. Hear a staged reading.
(University District, free)


100. Amanda Lovelace: the mermaid's voice returns in this one
Amanda Lovelace returns the final installment of her series all about mermaids, Women Are Some Kind of Magic. Hear her read live.
(Ravenna, free)

101. Chris Perondi & Vinny
Using his latest release, The Big Book of Tricks for the Best Dog Ever, dog trainer Chris Perondi will demonstrate how to use positive reinforcement to teach your dog (in this case, his dog, Vinny) some adorable new tricks and strengthen your bond. If you think you've seen this duo before, you probably caught them being cute on Ellen, OprahThe Queen Latifah Show, or elsewhere on TV.
(Capitol Hill, free)

102. Geneve Chao, Wendy Chin-Tanner, Sarah Mangold, Jane Wong
Join poets Geneve Chao (the LA-based author of Dreaming, a Dream Journal of the 2016 Election, among other collections), Wendy Chin-Tanner (an Oregon Book Awards finalist), Sarah Mangold (whose collections include Household Mechanics, Electrical Theories of Femininity, and Giraffes of Devotion), and Pushcart Prize winner Jane Wong for a group reading.
(Wallingford, free)

103. Thrilling Tales: A Storytime For Grownups
Hear tales of horror and suspense read by David Wright: "The Last Librarian" by Edoardo Albert and "Hey Jude" by Francis Brody.
(Rainier Valley, free)

104. Young Adult Author Panel: Traci Chee, Jessica Cluess, Tara Sim, Erin Summerill, & Parker Peevyhouse
Join Young Adult novelists Traci Chee, Jessica Cluess, Tara Sim, Erin Summerill, and Parker Peevyhouse for a conversation on craft.
(Lake Forest Park, free)


105. March Skylark Art Mart
Shop for art from local talents.
(West Seattle, free)


106. Drunken Owl Theater
The Drunken Owl Theater will once again bring you readings of new short plays, including one called "Why I Drink Irish Whiskey."
(West Seattle, free)

107. High Seagrass
Jam band the High Seagrass will bring the pub vibes for St. Patrick's Day.
(Greenwood, free)

108. Hoppy St. Pawtrick's Day
Floating Bridge will release their Schwarz Sour Ale for St. Patrick's Day, with a portion of proceeds from each pour benefitting the guide dog training program Seattle Puppy Raisers. You'll also get the chance to win cool prizes (like a free growler) and your dog could walk away with a cute new green bandana.
(University District, free)

109. Lá Fheile Pádraig
Local Irish party bands will play live while you drink beer.
(Ballard, free)

110. Paddy's Day 2019 at the Owl N' Thistle
Spend all day and night listening to live Irish music by groups like the Haggis Brothers, Dublin Abbey, the Owl N' Thistle Band, Seattle Firefighters Pipe Band, and Max Hay while you knock back some pints.
(Downtown, $10)

111. Saltadena St. Patrick’s Day Pop-Up
This pop-up by Bellingham-based home bakery business Saltadena will include cake by the slice, French macarons, cookies, and some treats inspired by Girl Scout cookies and St. Patrick's Day. Vegan and gluten-free options will be available, too.
(Central District, free)

112. The Scuppermonkeys
Grab a pint of Guinness and kick off St. Patrick's Day by dancing to Irish tunes with the Scuppermonkeys.
(Downtown, free)

113. Space Owl, Johnny and the Moles, WilloW, Goodtime Hustle
I’m impressed by this lineup. St. Paddy’s is traditionally a big booze-it-up night—and Substation has enough bands on lock to ensure NO ONE who makes it till close will make it to work the following Monday! Headliners Space Owl will be laying down an easy vibin’ Grateful Dead tribute set, but only after swingers Johnny and the Moles, who will hopefully BRING THE TUBA, swing their swangin' and Goodtime Hustle have played their mid-tempo, melodic “folkadelic con-fusion.” Oh, tonight is also “introducing”—like, I think it’s their first show—the band WilloW. Good luck, boozy groovers!!! MIKE NIPPER
(Ballard, $10)

114. St. Paddy's Sunday Funday
DJ Bgeezy will provide party tunes while you get a "luck-of-the-Irish" tarot reading, drink Guinness on tap, and enjoy food specials for St. Patrick's Day. A portion of proceeds will support local firefighters through Seattle's Bravest Charity.
(Columbia City, free)

115. St. Patrick's Day Arm Wrestling Championship
If the rowdy nature of St. Patrick's Day has you all riled up, here's a chance to throw your strongest elbow on the table and engage in a friendly round of arm wrestling.
(Eastlake, free)

116. St. Patrick's Day at AM21
Here you'll find hearty, classic Irish fare like Irish stew, poutine, corned beef and cabbage, and shepherd's pie with a pint of Guinness and a flight of Jameson (or a house-made green tea shot). DJ Indica Jones will spin live.
(South Lake Union, free)

117. St. Patrick's Day Party at Bill's
Bill's Off Broadway will be serving Reuben sandwiches and fries, Powers and Bushmills whiskey, Irish Car Bombs, and a steady flow of Guinness and Jameson all day long.
(Capitol Hill, free)

118. St. Patrick's Day 2019
Spend St. Patrick's Day noshing on Irish-inspired food and drink specials, snapping photos by a themed selfie wall, seeing Irish dancers, and playing a game of Giant Jenga.
(Belltown, free)

119. St. Patrick's Day at Wakefield Bar
Wear green and celebrate St. Patrick's Day with food and drink specials like corned beef hash and Irish mules.
(Belltown, free)

120. St. Patrick’s Day Weekend with Bleeding Trees
Sip drink specials like the "Paddy Mule" and the "Peach Paddy o Pounder," snap photos in a Jameson-themed selfie booth, and enjoy live music from Bleeding Trees.
(Downtown, free)

121. Tim's Tavern St. Patrick's Party!
Party Irish style with the Haggis Brothers, Belfast Bandits, Randy Weeks, and Stranger Scott while you sip Guinness and nosh on St. Patty's Day fare.
(Greenwood, $10)


122. DNA Print
Check out a small portion of the human genome (just over one percent) printed on paper tape by two giant punches.
(Lake City, free)