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The stage at the Seattle Opera with a female actor holding a sword to the neck of a male actor in medieval garb.

“Tristan & Isolde” kicks off the 2022-23 Seattle Opera season.

Courtesy of Seattle Opera

You asked, we’re answering. A new and improved SEAtoday events calendar is here.

Or maybe you didn’t realize we even had an events calendar — consider this your ticket to the most fun and relevant events in Seattle, including:

  • Fremont Oktoberfest | Fri., Sept. 16-Sun., Sept. 18 | Various times | 3503 Phinney Ave. | $15+ | Beer, brats + large glass boots
  • Wildflower Embroidery Basics | Tues., Sept. 20 | 6:30-8:30 p.m. | Monster, 1716 NW Market St. | $55 | Totally stitchin’ workshop with full kits included
  • ”Tristan and Isolde” | Fri. Oct. 21 | 6:30 p.m. | McCaw Hall | $67 | Wagner’s seductive epic at the Seattle Opera
  • “The Boy Who Kissed the Sky” | Sat., Oct. 22 | 4:30 p.m. | Seattle Children’s Theater | $20 | A kid-friendly play inspired by the early life + influences of Jimi Hendrix
  • The Oddities & Curiosities Expo | Sat., Oct. 29 | 10 a.m.-6 p.m. | Seattle Convention Center | $6.27+ | Creepy artifacts for perusal — just in time for Halloween

As locals ourselves, we love making sure that Seattle has access to the most robust, relevant, and hyperlocal events calendar possible. In part, we rely on readers like you to keep us in the loop — start submitting your events now. (Just like before, you can add your event to our calendar for free but we’ve also added a few new paid promotional opportunities to take advantage of as well, starting at just $15.)


Fremont Oktoberfest is one of the biggest beer events of the year.

Photo by @troubleonrpaws

In addition to the hundreds of events that you can discover each month on our website, each issue of our newsletter features a dedicated events section — curated editorial picks for the upcoming week, organized by day. Keep scrolling just a little bit and you’ll see what we mean. Pro tip: click the link to see our full calendar if you want to start planning ahead.

Want to know which events we’re most excited about? Your friendly neighborhood City Editors (👋 that’s us, Alina + Gabe) can often be found out and about at the newest restaurant openings, baseball games, festivals, and fairs — see what we’re up to in the Wrap section at the bottom of each newsletter or by following us on Instagram @ourseatoday.

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