Seattle’s September weather is warm during the day and crisp at night, the sunsets are like no other with beautiful colors painted across the sky. It is the perfect time to get out and enjoy amazing festivals and events that celebrate all things Seattlites love – music, culture, food and more!
There’s also no better time than September for Seattle sports, as the Seattle Seahawks’ season begins and the Seattle Sounder’s games intensify leading up to the MLS Cup Playoffs. Hotel Andra’s prime Belltown location near Pike Place Market, T-mobile Park, and Century Link Field, makes it one of the best hotels in Seattle for Sounder’s, Mariners’, and Seahawks’ games. Explore our Seattle hotel packages to learn more!
September 1, 2019
This 3-day festival features a collection of well-known, up-and-coming artists from around the country. Enjoy lively tunes while sipping on local brews and noshing on local food vendor’s cuisine. Discover a more in-depth look at this fun-filled festival here (link to old blog post.)
September 6-7, 2019
Just a short mile down the road, enjoy South Lake Union’s Discovery Centre’s 9th annual Cider Festival. Guests can enjoy over 150 local and national ciders. Tickets range from $25-$45 and include tastings and live music. A variety of local food vendors will be on location as well.
September 14-15, 2019
Fischer Pavilion at Seattle Center will be alive this weekend celebrating Fiestas Patrias, Latin America’s independence from Spain. At this free event, guests can enjoy mariachi music, dancing, an art show, games, food and a craft fair.
September 20-22, 2019
Celebrate the coming of October at this fun and free events. Enjoy over 80 kinds of beer for adults and pumpkin carving and family events for the kids.
September 20-29, 2019
Celebrate Northwest Film makers with Local Sightings Film Festival. Enjoy parties, awards and more from this local event.
September 27-29, 2019
Celebrate all things Italian with Festa Italiana. Nosh on delicious Italian food, enjoy music, dancing art and more! This is a family friendly, free event held at the Seattle Center.