July is on the horizon, and with that brings a week’s worth of summer fun in Seattle. This Tuesday, start your time off right with The Finale of Shaun Kardinal’s Turn Series at Joe Bar in Capitol Hill. On Wednesday, bring it down a notch at Hugo House, when acclaimed poet Matthew Dickman presents his work at Making the Bad Dog Sit: A Look at Suicide Through Poetry. Pride month ends its reign this Thursday night when Queer Fan Nights! presents Eurovision: Iconic Song Performances at Northwest Film Forum. On Friday night, take a breather from the outside world with Mickey Keating’s thriller Carnage Park, available On Demand. For more family-friendly fare, the MOHAI will premiere its latest exhibit: Toys of the ’50s, ’60s and ’70s on Saturday. Finally, what better way to round out your weekend than with rockers Indigenous on Sunday night at The Crocodile. July is here and it’s time to Get Out! Seattle.
Tuesday, June 28
The Finale of Shaun Kardinal’s Turn Series
Tuesday, June 28, 6:30-9:30pm
Wednesday, June 29
Making the Bad Dog Sit: A Look at Suicide Through Poetry
Wednesday, June 29, 7-8:30pm
Thursday, June 30
Eurovision: Iconic Song Performances
Thursday, Jun 30, doors at 7pm. Tickets are $11 or $6 for NWFF members.
Friday, July 1
Carnage Park Opens in NYC and On Demand
Friday, July 1
Saturday, July 2
MOHAI Presents: Toys of the ’50s, ’60s and ’70s
July 2-September 25
Sunday, July 3
The Crocodile Presents: Indigenous
Sunday, July 3, doors at 7pm. Tickets are $15 for this all ages show.