Edmonds Arts Festival
June 14th-16th 10am-8pm. The Edmonds Arts Festival has grown from a small community art fair to one of the most prestigious in the Pacific Northwest, attracting artists from across the nation and Canada. The Festival provides a unique opportunity for patrons to meet artists and purchase their work in a beautiful outdoor setting overlooking Puget Sound. Learn more HERE.
Fenders on Front Street
June 16th. Fenders on Front Street is in its 14th year and attracts thousands of visitors from near and far who stroll along Front Street admiring beautiful vintage and classic cars and motorcycles. Visitors can expect a fun-filled day with live music, food trucks, vendors and an awards ceremony; the day ends with an afternoon cruise to Triple XXX. Learn more HERE.
Washington Waterfront Home Tour
Kick off summer in Seattle with a BANG! The Fremont Fair is taking over six blocks of the iconic Fremont Neighborhood during Solstice Weekend. Join the fun as they usher in summer with two live music stages, 300+ craft vendors, beer gardens, art cars, one-of-a-kind parades, delicious fair foods and so much more! Learn more HERE.
All June. Seattle PrideFest has been producing the Seattle Pride Festival since 2007 and have expanded the communities they serve to encompass over 200,000 people. Take a look at all of the fun events going on in the area HERE.
4th of July Celebrations
Bellevue – Downtown Park 10:05 p.m.
Des Moines – Marina 10:20 p.m.
Edmonds – Civic Stadium 10 p.m.
Everett – Port Gardner Bay 10 p.m.
Federal Way – Celebration Park 10:15 p.m.
Kent – Lake Meridian Park 10 p.m.
Kirkland – Marina Park 10:15 p.m.
Lakewood – Joint Base Lewis-McChord 10:15 p.m.
Newcastle – Lake Boren Park 10 p.m.
Renton – Coulon Park 10 p.m.
SeaTac – Angle Lake Park 10 p.m.
Seattle – Lake Union 10:20 p.m. BIG!
Tacoma – Ruston Way 10:10 p.m. BIG!
Tukwila – Fort Dent Park 10 p.m.
Tumwater – Tumwater Valley Golf 10:15 p.m.