List Of Seattle Street Fairs And Parades
The Seafair Pirates, depicted here at White Center Jubilee Days (2007) just south of Seattle, are longstanding fixtures of Seattle's Seafair-sanctioned parades.

Seattle, Washington, United States has almost twenty neighborhoods that host one or more street fairs and/or parades.


Dancing in the street at Ballard Seafood Fest (2007)
  • 17 May Festival - Syttende Mai [1]
  • Ballard Seafood Fest: a Seafair-sanctioned event[2]
  • Sustainable Ballard Festival [3]

Capitol Hill

Central District

  • Central Area Community Festival[5]



  • Lake Union's LakeFest[10]


Street performer "Reverend Chumleigh" at the Fremont Fair (1993)


  • Georgetown Music Festival[13]

Greenwood and Phinney Ridge

  • Greenwood-Phinney Seafair Parade: a Seafair-sanctioned event[14]

International District

  • Chinatown Seafair Parade: a Seafair-sanctioned event[15]
  • Dragon Fest[16]
  • Lunar New Year Celebration[16]
  • Night Market[16]

Lake City

  • Lake City Pioneer Days: a Seafair-sanctioned event[17]


  • Magnolia Summer Festival and Art Show: a Seafair-sanctioned event[15]

Mount Baker

  • Mount Baker Day in the Park[18]

Queen Anne

  • The Crown of Queen Anne Fun Run, Walk & Children's Parade: a Seafair-sanctioned event[15]

Rainier Valley

  • Rainier Valley SummerFest and Rainier Valley Heritage Parade[19]


  • Roosevelt Bull Moose Festival: a Seafair-sanctioned event[15]

South Lake Union

  • South Lake Union Block Party[20]

University District

Crowds on University Way ("The Ave") at U. District Street Fair (2007)
  • University District Street Fair[21]


  • Wallingford Seafair Kiddie Parade & Street Fair: a Seafair sanctioned event[15]
  • Wallingford Wurst Fest[22]

West Seattle

  • West Seattle Grand Parade: a Seafair-sanctioned event[15]
  • West Seattle Summer Fest[23]

White Center

  • White Center Jubilee Days Parade: a Seafair-sanctioned event[15]


  1. ^ "17th of May Festival". 17th of May Festival. Retrieved . 
  2. ^ "Ballard Seafood Fest". Ballard Seafood Fest. Retrieved . 
  3. ^ "Sustainable Ballard Festival". Sustainable Ballard. Retrieved . 
  4. ^ Travis Hay (2007-07-26). "Capitol Hill will block 'n' roll and Auburn will jam". Seattle Post-Intelligencer. Retrieved . 
  5. ^ "Central Area Community Festival". Central Area Community Festival. Retrieved . 
  6. ^ "Pike Place Market Street Festival 2007". Pike Place Market. Retrieved . 
  7. ^ "Pioneer Square Fire Festival". Pioneer Square Community Association. Retrieved . 
  8. ^ "Seattle Pride". Seattle Pride. Retrieved . 
  9. ^ "Southwest Airlines Torchlight Parade at Seafair". Seafair. Retrieved . 
  10. ^ "LakeFest". LakeFest. Retrieved . 
  11. ^ "Fremont Fair". Benefit for Solid Ground. Retrieved . 
  12. ^ "Fremont Oktoberfest". Bold Hat Productions. Retrieved . 
  13. ^ Andrew Matson, (2007-06-03). "Georgetown Music Festival sizzles". The Seattle Times. Retrieved . 
  14. ^ "Greenwood Seafair Parade". Greenwood-Phinney Chamber of Commerce. Retrieved . 
  15. ^ a b c d e f g "Chinatown Seafair Parade". Greater Seattle Chinese Chamber of Commerce. Retrieved . 
  16. ^ a b c "Events - Seattle Chinatown-International District". Chinatown-International District Business Improvement Area. Retrieved . 
  17. ^ "Lake City Pioneer Days". Lake City Chamber of Commerce. Retrieved . 
  18. ^ Joe Hagen (2002-08-15). "There's Something for Everyone". Seattle Press online. Retrieved . 
  19. ^ "Rainier Valley Chamber of Commerce". Rainier Chamber Foundation. Retrieved . 
  20. ^ "South Lake Union Block Party". Vulcan Inc. Archived from the original on 2007-07-21. Retrieved . 
  21. ^ "University District StreetFair". Greater University Chamber of Commerce. Retrieved . 
  22. ^ "Wallingford Wurst Fest". St. Benedict School. Retrieved . 
  23. ^ "West Seattle Summer Fest". West Seattle Summer Fest. Retrieved . 

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