Looking for something to do? We’ve got you!

Until
Jan 8

SPIRIT! @ Bellevue Arts Museum

An art exhibit to fill your spirit 🫐

Day Trip @ Seattle Center

On this day, we trip ☮️

A giraffe driving a hippie van next to some ducks and disco balls in the Fischer Pavilion at the Seattle Center with the Space Needle in the background
Aug
7
Too Late — You Missed It!

You missed it! This event has passed.

Suffering from Beyond Wonderland post-festival depression? Dying to rave until the sun goes down? Then take a day trip (literally) down to Seattle Center’s Fisher Pavilion for this year’s Day Trip. The all-day music fest takes place on Sunday, August 7th, and comes just in time for the cultural revival of house music (thanks, Beyoncé and Drake). Grammy-winning Canadian electronic and house DJ KAYTRANADA will headline as part of his summer national tour, and he’ll share the stage with Duke Dumont, Purple Disco Machine, and Anabel Englund, among others.

One notable aspect of Day Trip’s lineup (aside from its headliner being a legendary producer who’s worked with names like Freddie Gibbs and Kendrick Lamar) is that the festival features performers from Chicago to Australia. Tony H hails from Panama, Purple Disco Machine from Germany, KAYTRANADA from Canada, and James Hype and Duke Dumont are from the UK. An international house fest right in our backyard! The event combines influences from all over to make it one of the highlights of this August’s music calendar.

📸: Day Trip Seattle

🎥 Related Videos

YouTube video
YouTube video
YouTube video

Natalie Vinh is a music and culture journalist based in Bellingham. She's the founder of BREAKOUT Magazine and has too many opinions.

🎟️ Top Picks

Loading...

🎟️ No more boring weekends 🎟️

Welcome to The Ticket,
your new guide to Seattle!

Poke around. You’ll see we’re full of neighborhood guides, planners, top picks, and getaways.

🥳 Are you throwing an event you know the city will love? Tell us about it.

📧 We’re just getting started, but if you notice any event details looking wonky, send us a note at theticket@seattletimes.com.