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Cider, a United Kingdom trending drink, is taking on the Emerald City.
Imagine a career that allowed you to travel around the world, meeting cider-makers and sipping thier flavorful drinks. This is exactly what world-renowned beverage writer Peter Brown and cider-obsessed photographer Bill Bradshaw are doing as they create their first ever global guide to cider.
Spend a celebratory night with Seattle’s firefighters.
This year marks the third annual Fire Ball, a charity event celebrating the Emerald City’s heroic firefighters. This event is brought to you by Seattle’s Bravest Charity, a non-profit organization created to provide support for the community, Seattle firefighters and their families.
Take “A Walk in the Park” with the artist next door.
Join your community this month to celebrate local art on the shores of Lake Washington. Enjoy the fair September weather as you take a leisurely stroll through Madison Park
Eat, drink and dance the night away at Pike Place Market.
This year marks the 17th Annual Sunset Supper at the Market, and Seattleites are invited to celebrate. Put on your best summer outfit and sip on drinks from local wineries and breweries, and grub on a delicious feast of food. Also, make sure to wear comfy shoes and prepare to dance the night away, because 4more will be playing live starting at 8:30 p.m.
Don’t miss the American alternative-rock sensation as they rock their way into Seattle.
Neon Trees, a small energetic band from Provo, Utah, has taken the music industry by storm in recent years. You’ve probably caught yourself singing along to their hit song “Everybody Talks” on the radio
Jolly clowns, boisterous pirates and perfectly choreographed drill teams will march the streets of downtown Seattle as giant helium-filled balloons line their path.
Get ready to loosen your belt this weekend for Seattle’s annual food-frenzie extravaganza.
If the everyday drone of drive-throughs and frozen meals is getting you down, take an afternoon stroll to Seattle Center and check out the Comcast Bite of Seattle. As a festival featuring more than 50 Seattle-area restaurants and 30
When Seattle’s hilltop neighborhood decides to have a block party, it doesn’t mess around. The annual Capitol Hill Block Party brings Northwest culture’s edgiest artists alongside big-name favorites, and this year’s musical lineup will rock your world.