From: Saturday, Jun 19th, 2021
To: Sunday, Jun 20th, 2021
Fremont Fair Seattle 2021
Fremont Fair takes place during the annual Summer Solstice and welcomes Seattle’s high season of parties, events and warm Summer vibes. Featuring craft marketing shopping of handmade goods and art, two music stages of live and local bands with beer & cocktails, the zany Seattle Art Cars, Fair foods, and more!
Kick off summer in Seattle with a BANG! The Fremont Fair is taking over 6 city blocks of the *ICONIC* Fremont Neighborhood during Solstice Weekend and ushering in summer with 2 stages of live music, 300+ craft vendors, beer gardens, art cars, one-of-a-kind Parades, delicious fair foods and so much more!
The Fremont Fair is located in Seattle’s Fremont neighborhood. Activities primarily take place west of Fremont Ave N on N 35th St. and N 34th St. The Fremont Solstice Parade that happens in conjunction with the Fair, begins at the intersection of N. 36th St. and Leary Way, and winds through downtown Fremont, ending at Gasworks Park.
See a real Soviet-era rocket, say “hi” to the famous under-the-bridge troll, or take a picture under the giant Lenin statue (that’s Vladimir, not John). The eclectic Fremont neighborhood is a bustling hub of fun and love. It is truly a one of a kind experience!
Toast to the start of summer with us in Fremont’s largest outdoor beverage gardens! Raise a Corona Light or a Jack Daniels Honey cocktail as you enjoy the music lineup featuring the region’s top funk and rock bands on the Corona Light Main Stage, or get your summer moving at the Jack Daniels Honey Center Stage.
The party runs on Saturday from 10am-8pm and on Sunday from 11am-6pm. The fair is free to attend.
The Fremont Solstice Parade
Highlights of the event include Saturday’s Fremont Solstice Parade. The parade blasts off on Saturday at 1:00 p.m. at 3rd and Leary Way and continues along 36th Street through Fremont. By longtime tradition, the Solstice Cyclists Ride, a group of bicyclists mostly clad only in body paint, starts Saturday’s Solstice Parade. Come be dazzled as more than 60 community- based ensembles parade down the streets of Fremont with giant puppets, stilt walkers, floats, dancers, cyclists, and musicians. Arrive early to secure a prime viewing spot along the parade route, then head one block over for Seattle’s biggest summer welcome party!
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