Grab your stein and get your yodel ready for Washington’s best Oktoberfests in 2012! Here’s where the celebrations are happening.
Help the Seattle Center celebrate its 50th birthday, enjoy organic produce and gardening at the Urban Farm Festival, pick apples and squeeze your own cider, and learn more about Japanese Culture! There are some great free activities for you and your kids in Puget Sound this weekend!
Join in a futuristic extravaganza at McCaw Hall on Sunday, September 16. There will be music, dance, video, song and special guests celebrating the Pacific Northwest Ballet’s 40th anniversary, and the 50th anniversary of the Seattle World’s Fair!
The first ever Sequim Balloon Festival includes 15 different events over four days. More than just a balloon festival, it is a family friendly Labor Day weekend extravaganza!
From Bumbershoot to blackberries, there’s lots to celebrate around Puget Sound over Labor Day weekend. Say goodbye to summer with one of these fun festivals!
Head to Seattle’s ID Chinatown on Thursday, August 16 for the best happy hour in town! Jazz on King Street, Burlesque by The Shanghai Pearl, plus music and drink specials and a chance to enjoy the Wing Luke Museum!
Time to fuel up the car and hit the road for one last long weekend before summer’s end. Fortunately, there’s lots of great festivals happening in Washington, so you won’t have to travel far to celebrate maritime heritage, Northwest blackberries, cowboys and rodeo or arts and crafts.
From Saturday, September 1 through Monday, September 3, downtown Seattle will be filled with loads of music and experiences that appeal to a wide audience. Bring the kids, bring your friends to Bumbershoot, 2012! And hurry! Ticket prices increase on Wednesday, August 15.
Weird Al is continuing his Apocalypse Tour, which began in 2011, on the West Coast. He’ll be in Seattle for one night on Thursday, August 16, with his best repertoire of old and new hits.
Seattle Hempfest started out in 1991 as a humble little gathering and has grown into one of the most sophisticated cannabis policy reform events in the world. This year, the 3-day festival will be open to the public on Friday, August 17 through Sunday, August 19 at Seattle’s Myrtle Edwards Park.