Spring is finally here! We compiled a list of all our favorite things to do this time of year, just for you. Here are SpotHero’s top six things to do in Seattle in springtime.
Dates: March 23- April 16
Location: Broadway Performance Hall, 1625 Broadway, Seattle
Price: Varies. View a full schedule and purchase here.
Details: This annual spring festival is the largest comedy/varietè festival in the world! Enjoy four weeks of live short performances by comedians, acrobats, musicians, and more. Learn more about the festival and performances here.
Visit the Cherry Blossoms
Dates: Varies, this year peak bloom is expected in early April.
Location: Various locations across Seattle, the most popular is The Quad at University of Washington, Pierce Ln., Seattle
Details: Spend some time celebrating spring with the Seattle cherry blossoms! Peak bloom, meaning the period when 70% of the trees’ buds are blossoming, varies year to year, but typically happens in late March-early April. You can track the blossoms’ progress and learn more about the University of Washington trees here.
Skagit Valley Tulip Festival
Dates: April 1-30
Location: Various locations throughout Skagit Valley
Price: Varies depending on activities. Find a full list of events here.
Details: Spend the month of April enjoying the blooms at the Skagit Valley Tulip Festival, as well as exploring the many events on offer! In addition to the spectacular tulip fields, visitors can enjoy live entertainment, explore local museums and farms, and visit street fairs all month long. Learn more here.
Seattle International Film Festival
Dates: May 11-21
Location: Various theaters and venues throughout Seattle.
Price: Varies depending on event, learn more and purchase here.
Details: Each year, SIFF offers a slew of special screenings, talks and events, and looks to build community and connection between filmmakers and those who love film. You can learn more here.
Cheer on the Mariners
Dates: The Mariners home opener is Thursday, March 30. You can check out the full schedule here.
Location: T-Mobile Park
Price: Varies based on opponent. Learn more here.
Details: When the weather is nice, grab your friends and head over to T-Mobile Park to cheer on the home team. We can’t think of a better way to spend a spring day!
Jet off on Spring Break
If you’re heading out of town for spring break, we wouldn’t hold it against you. Catching a flight? Just remember to reserve your airport parking spot in advance!
Happy Spring, Seattle!