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There’s no shortage of things to do in Seattle and since brewing our first cup we’ve been committed to the local events and cultural traditions that keep our community vibrant. Here are just a few of the favorites, but be sure to check back often.

Seafair at Starbucks   June 14 2017 / 10:30AM-3:30PM / Various Seattle-area Starbucks

Seafair at StarbucksStarbucks and Seafair are joining together to kick off the 2017 Seafair summer festival and bring you “Seafair at Starbucks”.

Seafair   various events through Summer 2017

SeafairJoin Starbucks throughout summer at these fun events –
Seafair Summer Fourth – July 4, 2017 @ Gas Works Park
Seafair Torchlight Parade – July 29, 2017 @ Westlake Plaza
Seafair Weekend – August 4-6, 2017 @ Genesee Park

Little Big Show   April 8 2017 / 8PM / Neptune Theatre

Little Big ShowSince the inaugural show in 2012, the Little Big Show concert series has collectively raised more than $230,000 for local arts nonprofits. The money donated has funded local initiatives that provide arts education, such as after-school classes, tutoring and scholarships for young people in Seattle.

Up Next: Music from Rising Stars   Thursday in April 2017 / various Seattle-area Starbucks

Up Next: Music from Rising StarsStarbucks is proud to be a long-time partner of STG, a non-profit arts organization committed to community education programs, offering opportunities for young people to grow their artistic talents. And because every young performer needs a stage to hone their skills, Starbucks is pleased to welcome young STG artists into our Seattle stores throughout the month of April.

Hot Java Cool Jazz   March 30 2018 / 7 PM / Paramount Theatre

Hot Java Cool JazzThis amazing jazz-filled event is part of Starbucks ongoing commitment to supporting the local youth arts community. All proceeds from ticket sales benefit participating high school music programs.

Upstream Music Fest + Summit    May 11-13 2017 / Pioneer Square

Upstream Music Fest + Summit Starbucks is proud to partner with Upstream. This three-day festival celebrating the emerging sound of the Northwest will feature over 200 artists across 25 stages in Pioneer Square and CenturyLink Field North Plaza.