Category: Summer Festivals

Best Summer Festivals Seattle for 2019

Seattle summers are the most outstanding as a result of the great appreciation by the residents, there is no rain at this time, and the many fun-filled activities that take place at this time. Some of the most outstanding festivals that will take place in Seattle summer 2019 are:

Kent International Festival

The event will be on June 1 2019 at ShoWare Center where there will be ethnic foods, songs, dances, and multiple cultural booths. The highlights for the festival will be the ‘world wide’ walk at 9.30 am, the main festival at 10 am, and the finale concert from 5 to 7 pm where the entry will be free.

Small-town festival

This family festival will lead to the closure of Main Street to vehicles on Saturday starting from 10.30 am. There will be a parade, food vendors, kid’s fun activities, wine garden, live music and fireworks at 10 pm. On Sunday there will be a pancake breakfast, racing, and dairy tour and for all these, no payment will be required.

Anacortes Festival

During this festival, there will be a free boat ride, demonstrations on boat building, entertainment, wine garden, kid’s activities, and food vendors. The festival will be free. And will be held on June 1 2019 80 mile north.

Free state park days

On all state park free days, you will be able to picnic or play at all 140 state parks in Washington without paying to use the facilities.

Native Festival

This festival will showcase the rich culture of the American Indians and the Alaska Natives as well. it will be characterized by dancing, vendors selling art & Craft artifacts, art demonstrations, and at the Armory Building located at the Seattle Center, there will be a canoe exhibit. The second stage of the festival will be held upstairs and for there will be no payment for the festivities. The festival will be held on June 8, 2019 1 mile NW.

Taste of Tacoma

This is a festival that will offer restaurant food, live entertainment, cooking shows, and a wine tasting that will happen at Point Defiance Park. The admission to the festival will be free and there will also be a free shuttle bus at Tacoma Community college.