Music & Entertainment Schedule Announced for 40th Annual Fremont Fair

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Showcasing Seattle’s favorite bands on four stages, plus a grilling competition, yoga for the solstice and artsy spectacles, the Fremont Fair today announced the highly anticipated music and entertainment line-up for this year’s 40th Annual Fair. And with music on the Redhook Main Stage until 10:00pm, fairgoers can celebrate the solstice until the sun goes down.

40th Annual Fremont Fair

40th Annual Fremont Fair

And with music on the Redhook Main Stage until 10:00pm, fairgoers can celebrate the solstice until the sun goes down.

Showcasing Seattle’s favorite bands on four stages, plus a grilling competition, yoga for the solstice and artsy spectacles, the Fremont Fair today announced the highly anticipated music and entertainment line-up for this year’s 40th Annual Fair. And with music on the Redhook Main Stage until 10:00pm, fairgoers can celebrate the solstice until the sun goes down.

Featuring entertainment, activities and more than 20 bands specializing in a full spectrum of musical varieties, the weekend stage schedule includes:

Redhook Main Stage
Saturday, June 18
Resident DJs: DJ Leopold Bloom & DJ
                         Shapeshifter
10:15am – Cordaviva
11:30am – Doxology
12:45pm – McTuff Trio
2:00pm – Picoso
3:15pm – Yogoman Burning Band
4:30pm – Altered States of Funk
5:45pm – Panda Conspiracy
7:00pm – To Be Announced June 5th
8:30pm – Marmalade with set breaks by the
                 Womanipura Fire Troupe

Sunday, June 19
11:00am – Quinn
12:00pm – Hot Bodies in Motion
1:15pm – Eternal Fair
2:30pm – Cody Beebe & the Crooks
3:45pm – Carrie Clark & the Lonesome Lovers
5:00pm – Luc & The Lovingtons

Fremont Abbey Stage presented by Journal Newspapers
Saturday, June 18
12:45pm-1:45pm: Andrew Vait
2:00pm-2:45pm: The Local Strangers
3:00pm-3:45pm: Fremont Music School students
4:00pm-4:45pm: The Gloria Darlings
5:00pm-5:45pm: Greg Paul
6:00pm-6:45pm: Hannalee

Sunday, June 19
12:00pm-12:45pm: Seattle Ladies Choir
1:00pm-1:45pm: Fremont Music School teachers
2:00pm-2:45pm: Fremont Music School teachers
3:00pm-3:45pm: Kris Orlowski
4:00pm-4:45pm: Fremont Music School students

PCC Waterfront Stage
Saturday, June 18
Resident DJ – DJ Million
10:45am – Unite-One
12:00pm – Thrivealike
1:15pm – Dub Lounge International
2:30pm – Project Lionheart
3:30pm – Meet the Seattle Storm Dance Troupe
                 sponsored by PCC Natural Markets
4:15pm – Fly Moon Royalty
5:15pm – Haiku-Chi
6:30pm – Acorn Project

Sunday, June 19
10:30am – Yoga For The Solstice
1:00pm – PCC Grilling Competition
2:45pm – Polyrhythmics
4:00pm – Thaddillac
5:00pm – Cascadia ‘10

Verizon Wine Garden Stage
Saturday, June 18
12:30pm – Joseph Cheek
1:30pm – Bucket of Honey
2:30pm – Ali Marcus
3:30pm – Danny Godinez
4:30pm – Adrian Xavier
5:30pm – Josh Clauson

Sunday, June 19
12:30pm – Kimo Muraki
1:30pm – Megan McConnel
2:30pm – Norman Baker
3:30pm – Camille Bloom

Roving Second-Line Brass Band (Sunday): Tubaluba

Other must-see entertainment for the weekend includes:

  •     Yoga for the Solstice: Planet Earth Yoga brings Solstice Yoga to the Fremont Fair Sunday, June 19 at 10:30am. Grab your mat and join us as we celebrate the solstice with a hatha yoga practice in the Center of the Universe.
  •     Dads & Dogs Day – Dog Parade: You won’t want to miss this puppy parade! Paralleling its human counterpart, the Fremont Arts Council’s Solstice Parade, fairgoers are invited to bring their four-legged friends on Sunday, June 19 at 2:30pm to participate in this fun pup procession.
  •     Dads & Dogs Day – Grilling Competition: PCC Natural Markets and Weber are hosting a grilling competition on the PCC Waterfront Stage on Sunday, June 19 from 1:00 to 2:15pm. Bring your dad down to the Fremont Fair for a chance to judge the competition and/or to see which PCC chef prevails!
  •     Fremont Abbey Arts for All: Grow your brain on the arts at Fremont Abbey Arts for All at the Fremont Fair. Activities include a growing brain sculpture, smell haiku, paint by neighbor and dance-a-painting. Plus, live performers and band on the Fremont Abbey Stage!
  •     Seattle Art Car Blowout: See more than 75 funky decorated art cars on display in the Burke Building parking lot (35th and Evanston). Cars travel from across the country to create the largest gathering of Art Cars in the Northwest!

The Fremont Fair also features boutique shopping throughout the streets with more than 300 booths, as well as mouthwatering food vendors and visits to beloved Fremont dining spots, two Redhook beer gardens, the Proletariat Wine Company and Small Lot Co-Op wine garden, and Fremont’s local bar scene.

The Fremont Fair is free and open to the public and runs from 10:00am to 8:00pm on Saturday with the Redhook Main Stage and Redhook Main Stage Beer Gardens open until 10:00pm. On Sunday, the Fair is open from 11:00am to 6:00pm. For more information and a complete schedule of activities, visit fremontfair.org. For the up-to-the-date announcements, follow @FremontFair on Twitter or find us on Facebook.

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