Here is a line-up of fun neighborhood events around Seattle to experience this summer, starting tonight!
1. Chinatown-ID’s JamFest offers something for everyone – tonight and September 2nd
JamFest, a monthly music and art celebration, will be taking place two more times. Don’t miss out on the excitement! Come explore the neighborhood like never before. Hear musicians at the Wing Luke Museum and at local businesses, win prizes, see art in galleries or experience dance in Hing Hay Park. The dates for the upcoming JamFests are tonight, August 5th and September 2nd. The cost to attend varies. For a single event, the cost is $8.00 for general admission and $5.00 for Wing Luke Museum members. Season passes are also available for purchase.
- Click here for more information and to view the JamFest walking map.
2. Move both your soul and feet at Columbia City’s next BeatWalk festival – August 13th
Award-winning Cuban jazz, classic rock favorites and traditional French music will move both your soul and feet at Columbia City’s next BeatWalk festival on Friday, August 13th. BeatWalk is a local event hosted by the businesses and restaurants of historic Columbia City. BeatWalk is focused on highlighting the diversity of the Rainier Valley community through a variety of musical entertainment. The date for the last Columbia City’s BeatWalk is September 10th. The cost is $7.00, but there is free admission for kids.
Click here for more information and to view the line-up of performers.
3. Sample, savor, experience local at the 12th Ave. Neighborhood Festival – August 15th
Pike Pine’s 12th Avenue will serve up the flavors of the neighborhood in its first annual street festival. Taste bites from Seattle’s most eclectic mix of local premier dining venues (for $5.00 or less), savor live music, and appreciate the character of independent neighborhood merchants and entrepreneurs as they showcase their wares and services.
- Click here for more information and to view the neighborhood map.