It may seem like summer is wrapping up, but that doesn't mean Seattle's calendar isn't full of fun events.
02 ZIGGY MARLEY
Woodland Park Zoo’s Zoo-Tunes series continues with a concert by Ziggy Marley. Bring a picnic and lounge on the zoo’s green while you enjoy the show. The show is all ages and begins at 6 pm, doors at 5 pm. Tickets range from $42.50-$117.50. www. zoo.org. 5500 Phinney Ave. N, 206.548.2500
02 SEAFAIR FLEET WEEK & BOEING MARITIME CELEBRATION
Fleet Week has been a Seafair tradition since 1950. Honor the men and women that serve the country at two different events. On Aug. 2, the Parade of Ships begins at 1 pm. Watch the fleet sail into town via Elliott Bay, hailed by spray from the Seattle Fire Department boat. Then, Aug. 3-7, take a tour of the ships. Tours are free. Visitors must present a photo ID and pass through security screening. Flat, closed-toe shoes are recommended. www.seafair.com.
03 PINK MARTINI
Pink Martini plays two nights at Woodland Park Zoo as part of the Zoo-Tunes concert series. Tickets are $36.50-$111.50. Concerts happen rain or shine. General admission tickets are festival-style seating. The second concert is Aug. 4. www. zoo.org. 5500 Phinney Ave. N, 206.548.2500
This Australian producer and musician brings his show to the Paramount Theatre for three nights. Tickets are $26.25 and general admission. The show starts at 8 pm; doors at 7 pm. Through Aug. 6. www.stgpresents.org. Paramount Theatre, 911 Pine St., 206.682.1414
05 BELLTOWN BEATS
On Friday evenings this month, head to Bell Street Park in Belltown for performances by local musicians. The month kicks off with Star Anna Aug. 5 and continues Aug. 12 with Darrius Willrich; Aug. 19 with Andrew Landers; and Aug. 26 with Sundae & Mr. Goessl. Shows begin at 6:30 pm. www.facebook.com /belltown-beats. Third Ave. and Bell St.
05 INTERNATIONAL DISTRICT FOOD TOUR
Experience Seattle's Chinatown-International District through its food. Try bites from some of the city's best chefs on this tour, which includes stops at Lam Seafood Market, Thanh Son Tofu, Huong Binh Restaurant, Jade Garden Restaurant, Kings BBQ and Cake House. Tours meet at the Din How Shopping Center. Additional tours happen Aug. 6, 10, 19 and 20. www.ethnicseattle.com. Din How Shopping Center, 1207 S. Jackson St., 206.623.0994
06 MOVIES AT THE MURAL
Seattle Center’s annual Movies at the Mural events continue in August. Starting at 9 pm, see a movie on a state-of-the-art screen in the shadow of the Space Needle. Seating is first- come, first-served. Food is available on site or bring your own picnic! The movie lineup for August: Aug. 6, “Mad Max: Fury Road,” Aug. 13, “Galaxy Quest,” Aug. 20, “West Side Story,” Aug. 27, “Life of Pi.” www.seattlecenter.com. Mural Amphitheater, 305 Harrison St.
06 HARVEST FAIR WITH SEATTLE TILTH
This annual urban farm festival has activities for the entire family. Attend workshops, watch cooking demonstrations, sample food, listen to music, visit urban farm animals and more. There’s also a parade at noon. The fair runs from 10 am- 4 pm. www.seattletilth.org. Meridian Park, 4850 Meridian Ave. N
11 ONE MAN, TWO GUVNORS
This comedy transports you to 1960s England, where Francis Henshall winds up working for two bosses who can’t discover each other. Backed by live musicians with a soundtrack that pays homage to rockabilly and a certain famous British foursome, this comedy is also part British pantomime, part music-hall revue. Adapted from Carlo Goldoni’s “The Servant of Two Masters.” Through Aug. 28. www.soundtheatrecompany.org. Seattle Center, Center Theatre, 305 Harrison St.
12 SUNSET SUPPER AT THE MARKET
Back for its 21st year, proceeds from this event benefit the Pike Place Market Foundation. Sample unlimited food and beverages (while they last) from restaurants, wineries, breweries and distilleries. Meet local chefs, win prizes during a raffle and see a show from popular Seattle group The Grace Love Band. The event runs from 7:30-11 pm. www.pikeplacemarketfoundation.org. Pike Place Market, First Ave. and Pike St., 206.682.7453
12 KIRKLAND SUMMERFEST
This two-day festival has art, music and tons of family fun, including kids inflatables, face painting and balloon artists. There are also more than 60 vendors and food trucks on Kirkland’s downtown streets. The festival runs 1-11 pm Aug. 12 and 11 am-11 pm Aug. 13. www.kirklandsummerfest.com. Marina Park, 25 Lakeshore Plaza, Kirkland
12 TASTE OF EDMONDS
This three- day festival includes plenty of food, of course, but also a kids’ zone, a beer garden, arts and crafts booths, live music and more. Admission for those 13 and older is $4 per person. The festival runs from 11 am-10 pm Aug. 12 and 13, 11 am-7 pm Aug. 14. www.atasteofedmonds.com. Civic Playfield, Sixth Ave. N and Bell St., Edmonds, 425.670.1496
13 IN THE SPIRIT
Held at the Washington State History Museum, “IN THE SPIRIT Contemporary Native Arts Festival & Market” runs from 11 am-5 pm. There will be dancing, drumming, singing and a variety of Native American artists with work for sale. The festival caps the annual IN THE SPIRIT Contemporary Native Arts Exhibit. www.washingtonhistory.org. 1911 Pacific Ave., Tacoma, 253.272.9747
13 IRANIAN FESTIVAL
Presented by the Iranian American Community Alliance, this festival is part of Seattle Center’s Festál series. Watch live performances, see visual arts, participate in activities, sample food, play games and check out the marketplace. There will also be an Iranian tea house, Rumi poetry and puppet shows. www.seattlecenter.com. Seattle Center, 305 Harrison St.
13 BREW FIVE THREE
This annual beer and blues festival in Tacoma is a 21-plus event. Regular admission ($25) gets you six tasting tokens, a collectible tasting pint glass and plenty of live music. There will also be local food trucks on hand. Designated driver tickets ($10) are also available. The event runs from 1-8 pm. www.broadwaycenter.org. Broadway, between S. Ninth and S. 11th streets, Tacoma, 253.591.5894
13 THE LOVE MARKETS
Celebrate The Love Market’s new CD, “Beauty Factory,” at this album release party. Tickets are $20. The party happens at ACT Theatre at 8 pm. www.acttheatre.org. 700 Union St., 206.292.7676
16 NORTH CITY JAZZ WALK
Head to Shoreline for the tenth annual North City Jazz Walk. From 7-10 pm, venues up and down 15th Ave. NE host bands. Come at 6 pm for a Jazz Bite—food just for the event available along the street. Tickets are available on-site at the ticket tents. www.northcityjazzwalk.org. 15th Ave. NE from N.E. 180th St. to N.E. 175th St., Shoreline
19 SEATTLE TATTOO EXPO
Happening at the Fisher Pavilion at Seattle Center, this expo features seminars, contests, some of the best artists in the business (from shops around the world) and lots of tattoos. Through Aug. 21. www.seattletattooexpo.com. Seattle Center, 305 Harrison St.
19 SNOQUALMIE RAILROAD DAYS
Ride a steam locomotive at this festival, which also includes wine and beer gardens, performances, kids activities, food, a car show, parade, a model train show, a fun run and more. It all happens at the Northwest Railway Museum through Aug. 21. www.railroaddays.com. Northwest Railway Museum, 38625 S.E. King St., Snoqualmie
20 AUCTION OF WASHINGTON WINES: WINEMAKER GALA
Capping off a variety of events throughout the summer, the Winemaker Gala includes a five-course meal along with plenty of wine pours from Washington winemakers. There is also a live and a silent auction. Tickets are $500 per person. Auction of Washington Wines events benefit Seattle Children’s Hospital and the Washington State University Viticulture and Enology Program. See the full schedule of fun events online. www.auctionofwashingtonwines.org. Chateau Ste. Michelle Winery, 14111 N.E. 145th St., 206.326.5770
20 SEATTLE STREET FOOD FESTIVAL
Head to South Lake Union for this delicious festival, happening Aug. 20 and 21. Admission is free, so come try Seattle's many food trucks, including favorites Ezell's Express, Off the Rez, Sam Choy's Poké to the Max and The Grilled Cheese Experience. www.seattlestfoodfest.com. 217 Ninth Ave. N
20 VIKING DAYS
This family-friendly festival includes a Swedish pancake breakfast, alder-smoked salmon, live music, aquavit and craft beer in the beer garden, Nordic music, a Viking Encampment and more. Through Aug. 21. www.nordicmuseum.org. 3014 N.W. 67th St., 206.789.5707
Back for the 18th year, this festival celebrates Brazil with dancing, drumming, music, films, traditional food, workshops and exhibits. It all happens at Seattle Center and is free. www.brasilfest.org. Seattle Center, 305 Harrison St.
25 EVERGREEN STATE FAIR
Running through Sept. 5, this fair includes the food, games and rides you love plus a fantastic entertainment lineup including Pat Benatar on Aug. 29. Tickets are $8-12. Admission doesn't include grandstand entertainment. www.evergreenfair.org. 14405 179th Ave. SE, Monroe
BREW FIVE THREE
International District Food Tour
Seafair Fleet Week & Boeing Maritime Celebration
Attend the Winemaker Gala at Chateau Ste. Michelle in Woodinville