Your Fun Go Do and See Spring Guide to the Fun Seattle Events and Festivals around the Pacific Northwest. Our Best Of Seattle Guide is published to help everyone living and traveling around the Puget Sound find local events, fairs and festivals. The Seattle area is a culture rich destination with a wonderful blend of urban attractions and natural wonders including Islands with ocean sea life, lakes, wildlife parks, rivers, streams, rain forests, and snow covered mountains.
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The Festbrat Best Of Seattle Fun Events & Festivals are listed by starting date, and include locations across the Puget Sound and the Pacific Northwest. All of the event and festival dates are confirmed and updated as soon as the FestBeat Editorial Teams discover the information about these exciting Pacific Northwest events, fairs, festivals and venues.
Fun Seattle Events and Festivals in Spring Time
Our Fun Go and Do See Spring Guide to the Fun Seattle Events and Festivals around the Pacific Northwest. Our Best Of Seattle Guide is published to help everyone living and traveling around the Puget Sound find local events, fairs and festivals. The Seattle area is a culture rich destination with a wonderful blend of urban attractions and natural wonders including Islands with ocean sea life, lakes, wildlife parks, rivers, streams, rain forests, and snow covered mountains.
The Festbeat editorial team designed the Best Of Seattle – Spring Calendar of events, fair and festivals to provide a quick reference guide for you and your family to quickly find the events, fairs, festivals, and fun things to do in Spring 2015 that your family will enjoy.
Kick off the Washington Spring Time Festival season at a Pacific Northwest favorite. The annual La Conner Daffodil Festival featuring bloom and an entire month of scheduled festivities for all ages. There’s nothing quite as wonderful as entire fields of bright, cheery daffodils against our Mt. Baker backdrop. It’s just so beautiful in March with the Daffodils blooming, and there are so many fun events and exhibits in La Conner during the month of March. We also feature the Skagit Valley Tulip Festival , that offers a world of colors with tulip flowers, one of the most famous blooms, Did you know that more tulip, iris, and daffodil bulbs are produced here than in any other county in the United States?
Annual Northwest Folklife Festival | Memorial Day Weekend
The annual Northewest Folklife Festival is considered one of the largest free folk festivals in the country, the Northwest Folklife Festival has brought a celebration of diversity and tradition to the heart of Seattle since 1972. Come to the Festival to discover the wide variety of music, dance, and folk arts that thrive in the Northwest region.
- Admission: Free
- Parking: Garage and Street Parking
- Seattle Center 305 Harrison St , Seattle, Washington
- Northwest Folklife Festival | (206) 684-7300
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|La Conner Daffodil Festival – Photo by C. Porter|
The entire month of March
|Daffodil Festival – The annual Daffodil Festival flowers are breathtaking and there’s nothing quite as wonderful as entire fields of bright, cheery daffodils against our Mt. Baker backdrop. It’s just so beautiful in March with the Daffodils blooming, and there are so many fun events and exhibits in La Conner during the month of March. We also feature the Skagit Valley Tulip Festival, that offers a world of colors with tulip flowers, one of the most famous blooms, Did you know that more tulip, iris, and daffodil bulbs are produced here than in any other county in the United States?|
|Last Week of March||Seattle Norwescon Science Fiction & Fantasy Convention – The annual Seattle Norwescon features 200 panelists, vendors, events, and 24-hour SciFi gaming at the DoubleTree Hotel in SeaTac. Norwescon strives to make sure there is always something appealing to do over the four days of the convention with exciting activities to appeal to the wide variety of interests and every age group of the fans attending this Annual|
Last weekend of March
|Seattle Scotch and Beer Festival – The annualSeattle Scootch & Beer Festival hosts the ultimate pop-up bar complete with tailor made tasting experiences certain to delight every guests’ palate. Featuring over 80 varieties of beer, Scotch whisky, wine, and spirits at the annual Hop Scotch Beer & Scotch Festival in Fremont Studios.|
April 1 – 30
|Skagit Valley Tulip Festival – The Skagit Valley Tulip Festival is set to get started with our gala the last weekend of March and welcome 100+ Teams from throughout the Pacific Northwest to Skagit Valley this weekend. Tulip fans will be treated to beautiful fields and gardens full of tulips. Fans of the outdoors will be treated to beautiful fields and gardens full of tulips. This annual spring time event is only about a one hours drive from Seattle.|
|Washington State Spring Fair – The Annual Washington State Spring Fair, Washington’s biggest celebration of Spring, the Washington State Spring Fair – presented at the Puyallup Fair Grounds. Get ready to shake off your winter blues and enjoy the Spring Fair’s baby animals, pig races, fair food, rides, a garden show, and a demolition derby at the Puyallup Fair and Events Center.|
|Seattle International Children’s Friendship Festival Children from around the world dance, sing, play music, make origami, and get faces painted at the International children’s festival at the Seattle Center in Fisher Pavilion.|
|Arts Walk Olympia Festival – The Arts Walk Olympia Festival is a Free annual festival with events scheduled throughout the weekend. Enjoy an evening stroll and admire Arts and Crafts on Friday evening and Saturday at the Olympia Arts Walk. Join a star gazers in a luminary procession Friday at 9:30 p.m. And, watch all sorts of ‘wild’ people parade as animals in the Procession of the Species Saturday at 4:30 p.m.|
|Spring Carnival at Evergreen State Fairgrounds – The annual Spring Carnival features free admission to carnival rides, animals, kids’ activities, a quilt show, and a root beer garden at Evergreen State Fairgrounds in Monroe. Parking – $5.00|
|Seattle Cherry Blossom & Japanese Cultural Festival – The annual Seattle Cherry Blossom and Japanese Cultural Festival celebrates Seattle’s friendship with Japan and Japan’s gift of 1000 cherry trees to the residents of Seattle, Washington in 1976. Enjoy the multi-cultural event featuring Japanese art, dance, music, and food at Seattle Center – Admission is FREE|
|Tacoma City Marathon – The annual Tacoma City Marathon is a scenic point to point net downhill course. Starting at the Tacoma Narrows Airport. Crossing in Gig Harbor, Washington. From their runners and participants cross the Tacoma Narrows Bridge to experience firsthand the greatness of the Puget Sound and views of Mt. Rainier.|
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|Washington State Apple Blossom Festival – The annual Washington State Apple Blossom Festival is a Free annual event located across the Cascade Mountain Range in Sunny Wenatchee. Every year the Apple Blossom Festival celebrates the spring with gourmet recipes featuring Apples and good ol’e apple pie. The Apple Blossom Festival also presents arts and crafts, golf events, car shows, carnivals, parade, and running race event.|
|Sequim Irrigation Festival – The annual Sequim Irrigation Festival is one of the most enjoyable events for all ages on the Olympic Peninsula (Washington States oldest Festival). The festival features free events across ten days beginning on Friday. Some of the featured events include the First Friday Art Walk, Arts and Crafts presented by Northwest Artisans and vendors, an exciting carnival, the good ole logging show, tractor pull, car show, fun run for the athletes, the kids parade, and festivals grand parade..|
|Seattle Bacon and Beer Classic – The Annual Bacon and beer lovers the anticipation is over! The Bacon and Beer Classic is back in Seattle on Saturday at Safeco Field! Now in its eighth year, the Bacon and Beer Classic combines bacon, beer, and the ballpark for an event not soon forgotten!Enjoy craft beer, bacon-inspired tastes from local restaurants, live music, dancing, and interactive games at Bacon and Beer Classic at Safeco Field.|
|Camlann Medieval Festival – The annual Camlann Medieval Festival features in-character interpreters who have taken on roles of medieval persons living in a small village in the year 1376 every weekend from May to December . Camlann is dedicated to offering the public powerful personal experiences of history, including multiple learning and performing arts opportunities, built upon research of rural communities in 14th century England, to provide a deeper understanding of the relationship between those historical events and western society today.|
|Ballard Jazz Festival Four days of jazz in downtown Ballard – The annual Ballard Jazz Festival began in 2003 as a joint venture between Seattle’s Origin Records and the Ballard Chamber of Commerce to create a community-building cultural event and a showcase for distinctive Northwest jazz artists. Festival performances were named “Northwest Concert of the Year” in 2006, 2008 & 2014 at the Earshot Jazz Awards and the festival continues to be a highlight on Seattle’s live jazz calendar.|
|Camano Island Art Studio Tour – The annual Camano Island Art Studio Tour features 43 artists, 30 studios and 3 galleries on this year’s tour. And, they are thrilled that you have chosen to experience art with the Camano Island Art Community this weekend. The Camano Island Art Studio Tour is one of the oldest FREE self-guided tours in the Pacific Northwest and features highly accomplished juried artists practicing in diverse mediums.|
|Viking Fest – The annual VIKING FEST is proudly presented by the Communities of Poulsbo & Kitsap County to celebrate the spirit of our Scandinavian Founders. The Viking Fest features the 38th Annual Viking Road Race, Gourmet Food, Arts & Crafts, Carnival, Live performances and music entertainment. Come Join the community of Poulsbo for a great Family Event!|
|University District Street Fair – The annual UDistrict Street-Fair is for everybody, it’s a free community event open to the public and features Arts and Crafts from Northwest Artisans offering everything from fine art paintings from experiential artists to hand crafted timepieces. The UDistrict Streetfair offers Gourmet food and a Beer Garden provided by a local Ale House – Big Time Brewery.|
|Memorial Day Weekend||Northwest Folklife Festival – The annual Northewest Folklife Festival is considered one of the largest free folk festivals in the country, the Northwest Folklife Festival has brought a celebration of diversity and tradition to the heart of Seattle since 1972. Come to the Festival to discover the wide variety of music, dance, and folk arts that thrive in the Northwest region.|