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Kick off summer in Seattle with a bang.

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You’re invited to celebrate the Summer Solstice this weekend. Fremont Fair will take over six city blocks of the iconic Fremont Neighborhood on Saturday, June 22 + Sunday, June 23 (aka Solstice Weekend). To usher in the new season, attendees can:

  • Enjoy live music
  • Shop 300+ craft vendors
  • Sip on ice-cold bevies in a beer garden
  • Indulge in delicious fair foods
  • And so much more at the free event

Pro tip: Don’t miss the 33rd annual Fremont Solstice Parade on Saturday at 1 p.m. Explore the full fest lineup.

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