The diverse events, happening and experiences in the Puget Sound are unlike any other. Discover what your city has to offer.
SEAFAIR INDEPENDENCE DAY - SEATTLE
Celebrate our nation’s independence with Seafair! Enjoy a full day of fun at Gas Works Park and Lake Union Park, which boast the best views of the fireworks show over Lake Union. Both locations include free general admission.
A free two-day festival that attracts over 75,000 people who come to enjoy the traditional salmon barbecue and much more: local music, arts and crafts, family entertainment, a beer garden, a skateboarding event, and yes – lots of seafood!
The Bainbridge Island Boater’s Fair is an afternoon of celebration and enjoying the beautiful waters of the Puget Sound. Whether you’re an old salt or brand new to boating, the Boating Fair has something for you.
Every summer, Concerts on the Green presents free, family-friendly concerts in a beautiful outdoor setting on the Issaquah Community Center Green. Come early for picnicking or enjoy concessions available by the Kiwanis Club of Issaquah.
A weekend long celebration of world-class Washington wineries benefitting the Homeward Pet Adoption. The festival features wine tasting, live music, a Friday Burger Brawl, Boat Show, CityDog Dog Modeling Contest and a Saturday Grill-Off.
FINALLY FRIDAY ART & WINE WALK - SNOQUALMIE VALLEY
Tickets include five tasting pours and a wine glass. A brochure is available with a map of participating merchants providing tasting pours and artists displays, various music venues and plenty of active artists demonstrating their art form.
More than 100 units march before thousands of spectators in this annual celebration of the city. Guests can explore exhibit booths and food vendors while previewing the parade units and floats lined up along Mercer Street. This event is free and open to the public, with reserved seating available for purchase.
The Bellevue Festival of the Arts is a fine art and craft fair located just across Lake Washington from Seattle. Celebrating its 33rd year, the festival features 200 of the most talented and popular artisans, musicians and craftspeople from the Northwest.
This 5k charity walk/run (with a 1 mile option) starts at 9am with a bustling vendor fair, talent contest and costume contest to follow! It also features a kid's dash and an agility course to try with your canine friends!
This summer at Lee Johnson Field Kirkland Parks will host Sprinkler Park Thursdays. A variety of sprinklers, suitable for all ages, will be set up for everyone to enjoy and cool off from the summer heat! All ages welcome!