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July Events

Melody Nelson

July 12th  |  Velocity Dance Center

melody nelson

Melody Nelson is a performance project that aims to merge social, academic, and artistic institutions in order to develop and expand the Seattle art community through dance and theatre. Performances will be at 8 and 10 P.M.

Tickets available here.

Visit website for more information.






Wegdwood Art Festival

July 12-13 | 8900 35th AVE NE


This two-day festival is packed with events and activities for adults and children alike. The variety of art pieces available for purchase includes paintings, prints, jewelry, ceramics, glass, mosaics and fiber arts! On Saturday, children have the opportunity to view two puppet shows and to meet the Seattle Fire Department’s Engine 40. Musical lineup includes Ian McFeron, Alisa Minor, Cherie Blues, Amoroso, CocoLoco, Yaamba, Live Wire Trio, Randy Rush and Sweet Wednesday. The festival will run from 10-5 both days. Visit their website for more information.


Heaven & Earth

July 12-October 20 | Carkeek Park

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The Center on Contemporary Art and Seattle Parks and Recreation have come together to curate the sixth annual Heaven and Earth. In order to improve access to public art, this experimental art exhibition will showcase the work of 16 artists within three outdoor galleries throughout the 200-acre park. This year’s theme is As Above, So Below. Visit their website for more info.





Alki Art Fair

July 19-June 20 | Alki Beach


A perfect excuse to head to the beach! This year marks the 17th consecutive Alki Art Fair. Come to Alki for a weekend of musical performances, a silent auction, concessions, and a wide variety of of works from photographers, jewelers, textile artists, sculptors and potters! The fair will run on Saturday from 10-9, and Sunday from 10-8. Visit their website for more information.





Beacon Rocks

June 28-August 31 | Roberto Maestas Festival Street

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Three family-friendly, themed neighborhood celebrations with concerts by local musicians, dance performances, a haiku contest, themed activities and competitions. Events will take place on June 28th, July 26th and August 23rd. Check out the line-up on their website!