From a tea party to motocross -- there's weekend fun for you around the Sound

This weekend there's music, live theater, a traditional Native American tea party, and the roar of dirt bikes. Have fun!

March 22, 2019
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You can't say we don't have variety when it comes to weekend things to do. Dive in, check out the list, and have a great weekend!

  • Seattle Lacrosse Club Sunday, 1:15pm. Against Riot at Lower Woodland #7 (Greenlake.)
  •  University of Washington Baseball Friday 6:05pm, Saturday 2:05pm, Sunday 1:05pm. The Huskies take on USC.
  • Wynonna Judd Friday, 8pm, Suquamish Clearwater Casino Resort.  
  • Maren Morris Friday/Saturday, 8pm, Showbox SODO. 
  • AMA Supercross  Saturday, 6:30pm. There is no greater motorsports experience than the Monster Energy Supercross Fan Fest. The Supercross FanFest includes every professional race team, riders, interactive sponsor displays and more!  Watch off-road motorcycles race on dirt tracks with steep jumps and obstacles at CenturyLink Field
  •  She Stoops to Conquer Through April 14. A dzzying delight. Mistaken identities, romantic entanglements, mischief-makers, and clowns, in this hilarious show.  Center Theatre at Seattle Center.
  • More Music @ The Moore Friday, 7:30pm. Seattle Theatre Group presents young musicians with diverse musical styles at The Moore Theatre in downtown Seattle.
  •  Brewology Friday 7-10pm. Enjoy unlimited tastes of Seattle beer, and learn from brewmasters how it was made, with food for sale and exhibits to explore at Pacific Science Center for age 21+. Use the entrance on Denny Way.
  • Victorian Heritage Festival Friday – Sunday. Dust off your bowler hat or come as you are to meet old friends and make new acquaintances in Port Townsend. Tickets.
  • Marie Friday through April 14. A new and acclaimed production set in the glamorous and dangerous backstage world of the Paris Opera. The 5th Avenue Theatre.
  • Washington Cask Beer Festival Saturday. The 20th edition of the Washington Cask Beer Festival features one-of-a-kind handcrafted cask-conditioned beers from over 40 Washington breweries. New this year will be a selection of wood barrel aged and wild ales. Experience the artistry of craft brewing in the form of traditional cask-conditioned beer. To remain true to the spirit of “real ale” all beers are conditioned naturally without artificially introducing CO2 into the cask and will be poured by gravity or via a beer engine. Admission includes a commemorative tasting glass and 15-4oz beer samples. The event will host two sessions: 12-4pm & 5:30-9:30pm. Separate tickets required for each session. Taps close 10 minutes before closing each session. This is a 21 and over only event. Designated driver admission is $5 and available at the door. Seattle Center Exhibition Hall for age 21+.
  • Duwamish Princess Angeline Native Tea Party Saturday, noon – 3pm.  Featuring indigenous teas, treats, and entertainment at the Duwamish Longhouse.
  • Holi Festival of Colors  Bellevue Downtown Park Saturday, noon to 4pm.  Crossroads Park in Bellevue Saturday from noon to 4pm. Phinney Center Saturday from 1 to 3pm. HOLI is known as the "festival of colors" or the "festival of love". The festival signifies the victory of good over evil, the arrival of spring, end of winter, and for many a festive day to meet others, play and laugh, forget and forgive. 
  • Tartan Ball  Saturday, 7pm. Listen to Scottish pipes and drums, wear the tartan of a Scottish clan, enjoy Scotch at the open bar, or join Scottish Highland dancing at the Washington State Fair Events Center in Puyallup.
  • French Fest Sunday. French Fest draws its inspiration from the worldwide “Day of Francophonie,” organized in over 100 countries each March to celebrate the diversity of Francophone cultures and traditions around the world. During the Seattle event, festival-goers of all ages have an opportunity to enjoy many activities – all with a French twist: live music, theater and dance performances, French cuisine, book sales, informative seminars and demonstrations, “best baguette” contest, games and more.  The Armory at Seattle Center. Free.
  • Mercer Island Half Marathon Sunday. A 10K run, a 5K run/walk, and a half-mile kids’ dash, beginning at Mercer Island Community & Event Center.  Join thousands of competitive athletes, recreational runners, walkers and active families for the Spring kick-off event to Puget Sound’s running season. All money raised supports awareness for both colon cancer prevention and for local and international Rotary endorsed charities.        

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