The Northwest Women's Show will take place on March 21-23rd and is a convention for women to network and expand their businesses. At the CenturyLink Field Event Center, there are 400 exhibits and 3 stages with tickets for $15.
The 21st Annual World Rhythm Festival will take place on April 5-6th at Seattle Center with musical performacnes, drum and dance workshops.
The Northwest Folklife Festival is an annual festival of ethnic, folk, and traditional arts/crafts/music that takes place annually on Memorial Day Weekend at the Seattle Center. Each year the festival emphasises a particular ethnic community or folk tradition and has several stages with mostly local acts and admission to the festival is free.
The Fremont Solstice Parade is an annual event produced by the Fremont Arts Council (FAC), an organization that supports the arts and artists in and around the Fremont neighborhood of Seattle, Washington.
2014 Pride aims to celebrate the history of the Northwest's LGBTQ rights movement and advance the ongoing progress the LGBTQ community has made since first coming out in 1974, the year of the inaugural Seattle Pride celebration.
The Bite of Seattle is an annual food festival that takes place in Seattle, Washington at the Seattle Center. Known locally as "The Bite", this festival is held on one weekend during the month of July.
The Seattle Tattoo Expo was formed with the primary goal of exposing new talent, showcasing existing fan favorites and providing enthusiasts with a gathering place to share their love for this enduring art form.
Dine out and celebrate the spring run of Seattle Restaurant Week, April 6-10 and 13-17. More than 150 local restaurants are serving up three-course dinners for just $28 - and many of them are offering three-course lunches for $15.
The St. Demetrios Greek Festival, a Seattle tradition since 1960! Join us October 10, 11 and 12, 2014 in Seattle’s Montlake neighborhood and surround yourself with traditional Greek food, music, dancing and culture.
The warm glow of the Emerald City beckons guests to explore every inch. And every corner has something unique to offer. From the humming of live music in Belltown to friendly coffee shop chatter on Capitol Hill, Seattle buzzes in a mist of laid-back lure. A Seattle vacation includes more than a visit to the Space Needle, travellers attend concerts at the world-famous Crocodile, walk through Pike Place Market for local favourite flavours and grab a latte from the first-ever Starbucks – it’s all within walking distance. With it all nestled between Puget Sound and the Cascade Range, the city harmoniously blends nature and urban life, filling the air with a crispness that replenishes the city in a way unlike anywhere else. As for Warwick Seattle Hotel, it’s near all of the action making it perfectly situated for Seattle getaways.