Three Days, A Million Ways to Play, at Seattle’s Fremont Fair

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Friday Night Pre-Party | Saturday Parade | Sunday Dads & Dogs Day

Fremont Fair
The 41st Annual Fremont Fair arrives in the “Delibertas Quirkas” Fremont neighborhood for the summer solstice June 15-17!

The 41st Annual Fremont Fair arrives in the “Delibertas Quirkas” Fremont neighborhood for the summer solstice June 15-17! With three days to play and a variety of activities from live music to shopping and people watching, the Fremont Fair is the ultimate summer kick-off event. New to the Fair, guests can celebrate the solstice until the sun goes down both Friday and Saturday nights with beer gardens and live music going late.

Day 1 – Friday Night Pre-Party

On Friday June 15, the event beer garden and Redhook Main Stage will be open late for the first ever Friday Night Pre-Party from 5-11pm. Guests can quench their thirst with favorite summer brews and listen to live music until the sun sets. The Friday night music line-up includes these local funk favorites: Kissing Potion, Unite-One, Soul Senate, Lucky Brown, and Altered States of P-Funk.

Day 2 – Saturday Parade

On Saturday June 16, the whimsical Fremont Solstice Parade, produced by the Fremont Arts Council, fills the street from 3rd Ave NW & N 36th St to Gasworks Park. After the spectacle, parade-goers can shop, eat, and mingle in the 'Center of the Universe' with over 300 Fair vendors featuring handmade crafts, worldly imports, and scrumptious fair food.

Day 3 – Sunday Dads & Dogs Day

Sunday, June 17 is Dads & Dogs Day at the Fremont Fair! Dads can enjoy Father’s Day with a beverage in the beer garden and shopping for the perfect gift. Fairgoers can strut their pups down to the Fair at 2:30pm to participate in our one-of-a-kind Dog Parade, paralleling Saturday’s human parade. Dress your Four-legged friends can be dressed up in creative costume or go au naturale.

The Fremont Fair is a free community celebration. Funds raised at the Fremont Fair benefit a number of area non-profits including Fremont Chamber of Commerce and Solid Ground, a local poverty-focused non-profit who originated and produced the Fair for nearly 40 years. For more information, visit fremontfair.org and for up-to-the-date announcements, follow @FremontFair on Twitter or find us on Facebook.

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