Salmon Days

Welcome to Issaquah Salmon Days as we celebrate 40 years of Great Returns. As the salmon are returning to our lakes, streams and the downtown hatchery, witness their valiant journey up the Issaquah Creek. This year's festivities promise to be the best ever with all your favorites...the Grande Parade, delicious Foods of the World, creative and colorful arts and crafts, exciting live entertainment, and our central hub of family fun at the Field of Fun. Event Details

Tacoma Dome Food and Gift Show

A large gift show in Washington, with more than 600 exhibits and displays, exciting entertainment, and food sampling. Join us during the holiday season to show families eager to buy gifts your wonderful selection of fine foods, gifts, and hand-crafted items. Event Details

A Victorian Country Christmas Festival

Step back in time as the Western Washington Fairgrounds in Puyallup are transformed into a Victorian village featuring old-fashioned streets lined with over 530 Victorian stores, tended by shopkeepers in Victorian attire. Event Details

   
         
           
    Winterfest

Re-imagine the spirit of the season at Seattle Center Winterfest. Winter Train and Village return, along with Winterfest Ice Rink, Classic Carousel, choruses and comedy, jazz and dance, ice sculpting and fireside sing-alongs. Seattle Center, showered in thousands of twinkling lights, sets the scene for five weeks of FREE, affordable and fun-filled family activities, soulful festivities and so much more. So take a break from the seasonal frenzy and visit Seattle Center, a 90-second ride away from Seattle's center city aboard the Monorail Winterfest Express. Bring along your friends, family and colleagues and take in the season at Seattle Center! Event Details

   
         
    Puyallup Spring Fair

Folks come from around the region to visit the annual Puyallup Spring Fair at the Western Washington Fairgrounds. This year's fair features lots of family-friendly activities like a reptile show, pig races, a trout fishing pond, and a science fair. You'll also find such fair favorites as carnival rides, a petting farm, FFA exhibits, commercial booths, and wonderful food. See you there! Event Details

Folklife Festival

Northwest Folklife creates opportunities for individuals and communities of the Pacific Northwest to celebrate, share and sustain the vitality of folk, ethnic and traditional arts for present and future generations. Northwest Folklife carries out its mission in a variety of ways, most notably through the annual production of the free Northwest Folklife Festival. Event Details

   
           
    Bite of Seattle

Located at the Seattle Center, this festival attracts over 450,000 in three days and hosts over 60 restaurants. Just to give you an idea, the Bite™ lays over 3.5 miles of gas pipe for cooking, 15 miles of electric cable for 2,000 gallons of hot water, uses 175,000 pounds of ice that will serve up an average of 12,000 gallons of soda pop and supplies 365 kegs of beer for one of Seattle's biggest summer celebrations! Event Details

Bumbershoot

Seattle's Music & Arts Festival is now in its 39th year. Since 1971, Bumbershoot has drawn artists representing the best in music, film, comedy, spoken word, dance, theatre, performance, and visual arts to the Seattle Center over Labor Day weekend. North America's largest urban arts festival, Bumbershoot takes place in the heart of the city at the 74-acre Seattle Center. Over 150,000 visitors from near and far spend the weekend reveling in the world of Bumbershoot, experiencing everything from regional favorites to international superstars across all arts disciplines. Event Details

Fremont Festival

The Fremont Festival of the Arts is celebrating 25 years of fun in the sun! The Fremont Festival of the Arts is the largest free street festival west of the Mississippi River. Event Details

Edmonds Arts Festival

On Father's Day Weekend, over 75,000 art-lovers from the greater King and Snohomish counties and beyond will attend the popular free three-day Edmonds Arts Festival. One of the Pacific Northwest's oldest and largest arts festivals, we offer a rich array of visual and performing arts and art events in a stunning natural setting. Event Details

Apple Blossom

90 years strong, the Washington State Apple Blossom Festival now draws thousands of visitors from around the world during the last weekend in April and the first weekend in May. The 11-day festival includes: a Carnival, Golf Tournament, Food Fair, Entertainment, and Parades. The Washington State Apple Blossom Festival exhibits the pride that its many volunteers take in the Wenatchee area's spectacular natural beauty, its prosperous economy, and family values. Event Details

Evergreen State Fair

The Evergreen State Fair began in downtown Monroe in 1908, moving to its present location in 1945. The Fairgrounds cover 185 partially wooded and landscaped acres. The Evergreen State Fairgrounds are booked year round. The Fairgrounds are also busy hosting 4-H events and programs, and our neighbor, Evergreen Speedway hosts exciting racing events. We have a great on-site catering company Premier Food Services, who can whip up anything from box lunches to sophisticated meals for your event. Event Details

Puyallup Fair

The Puyallup Fair (officially known as the Western Washington Fair) is the largest single attraction held annually in the state of Washington. The Fair continually ranks in the top ten largest fairs in the world. The Western Washington Fair Association hosts two annual events, the 17-day Puyallup Fair every September, and the four-day Puyallup Spring Fair every April. Event Details

   
           
 
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