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12 must Go Fall Events in Seattle

Posted on: October 4th, 2016 by Griffin Transportation

Summer is at an end and with it, the beautiful warm weather season.

Apparently, the weather forecast doesn’t look too good for Seattle. But fall has its advantages in the Pacific Northwest.

People consider that the best thing about fall, in Seattle, is… that it is not as harsh as the winter season. The second positive argument in favor of this season is that there are a lot of fun things to do, from important music and beer festivals to abundant pub crawls and indecent burlesque shows. We’ve come up with a list of autumn must-do activities, to help you keep track of every one of them.

 

SEP 1- OCT 16

GET AN EYE-FULL AT THE CAN CAN  – CAN CAN KITCHEN & CABARET

The cozy theater, situated underneath Pike Place Market, is becoming a tropical oasis that provides you with amusing and provocative entertainment.

 

SEP 30 – OCT 15

DRINK LIKE A GERMAN… IN A FAKE GERMAN TOWN – LEAVENWORTH

Come and experience the authentic German food and beer, accompanied by live music, all taking place in a charming Alpine-style village.

 

OCT 1

MEET YOUR ROBOT OVERLORDS – SEATTLE CENTER ARMORY

The Robothon is the perfect occasion for amateur robot fans to display their new technologies and robotic creations while also  having the opportunity to compete against each other.

 

OCT 1

DRINK BEER. EAT CHARCUTERIE – PIKE BREWING CO.

Being renowned as one of the best breweries in the state, it hosts its own Piketoberfest that combines four hours of all-you-can-eat local meats, vegetables, and cheese, not to mention live music and ten drink tokens.

 

OCT 1 – 2

WATCH OTHER PEOPLE PLAY WITH LEGOS – SEATTLE CENTER EXHIBITION HALL

Admire thousands of models created by adult LEGO fans from all around the nation and the globe as well! You have the chance to create your masterpieces with LEGO parts, at our Building Zone!

Here you can find thousands of original models created by grown-ups who never ceased playing with kids toys.

 

OCT 4

FEAST AT PIKE PLACE MARKET- PIKE PLACE

Buy tickets to the Feast at the Market event and enjoy a wine reception and a chance to eat different meals and desserts at 20 different market restaurants. All this is for a good cause so don’t hesitate to get your ticket.

 

OCT 6

DRINK BEER AT THE ZOO – WOODLAND PARK ZOO

The wisely named event Brew at the Zoo gathers beer varieties from 30 breweries, food and music. You also get the chance to see animals in the Zoomazium and the Rain Forest Food Pavilion.

 

OCT 8

STOP BY THE GREAT PUMPKIN BEER FEST – CENTURYLINK FIELD

This year it lasts only a day and is located at Elysian Fields in SoDo instead of Georgetown, but the famous Great Pumpkin Beer Festival is still gathering over 80 pumpkin beers. It’s very appealing due to its contest for the best costume and for letting you drink from a giant beer-filled pumpkin.

 

OCT 9 – 20

EAT AT PRETTY MUCH EVERY SEATTLE RESTAURANT

Here’s the deal: get a special three-course meal (dinner costs $32, and the lunch is $18) at any one of 165 participating restaurants.

 

OCT 19

LIMO SERVICE SEATTLE

SEE KANYE WEST AT KEYARENA- KEYARENA

Kim Kardashian’s husband comes to the 206 with his Saint Pablo tour.

 

OCT 22

GO ON A HALLOWEEN PUB CRAWL

Enjoy a drink alongside thousands of costumed strangers at various bars during this 14-hour long journey.

 

OCT 31

WATCH PEOPLE TAKE OFF THEIR HALLOWEEN COSTUMES -COLUMBIA CITY THEATER

Cabaret Macabre means belly dancing, live music, burlesque and whatever else they can fit into your All Hallows Eve.

 

It doesn’t matter if you’re a local or you are planning to come and visit Seattle this fall; we guarantee that you won’t get bored. But it’s imperative you choose a trustworthy and safe ground transportation provider to pick you up from the airport or simply to drive you to one of these festivals. No one drinks and drives if they want to enjoy themselves so if you really want to make the most of your time in Seattle, don’t hesitate to book our Limo Service Seattle.

In case you’re a tourist in Seattle, you shouldn’t miss attractions like Pike Place Market, The Seattle Waterfront, The Seattle Space Needle, The Smith Tower or The Seattle Art Museum. Avoid getting stressed in a new city by problems like traffic jams, lack of parking spaces or annoying chauffeurs. Instead of accumulating stress by driving in a crowded city, we recommend you arrange for a chauffeured limo service.

Griffin Transportation ensures that you the option to tour the city in one of our clean and well-maintained vehicles, chauffeured only by professionals.

Book our Limo Service Seattle and enjoy all the fall festivals in Seattle.

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