Seattle’s Own Georgetown Carnival 2016
Seattle’s Georgetown Carnival is back for its 2016 run and here to showcase the historic and lively community of Georgetown. Located just minutes south of Downtown Seattle, the Georgetown Carnival is an eclectic event with music, art, and wondrous creative happenings.
The Georgetown Carnival is a one day event held June 11, 2016 from noon to 10pm. It is an all-ages festival and admission is free.
During this carnival you will see stilt walkers, marching bands, and the famous Georgetown power tool races. These races are fantastic to watch with the kids. You will see men burning foods with torches and grown-ups racing vehicles made out of power tools. The Acoustic Armageddon stage hosts live music and will be located in front of Smarty Pants. This stage will feature talented musicians like these:
1:30-2pm: Andrew Norsworthy
Along with live music, this carnival brings interactive art making shows for you and the family to experience. The Iron Monkeys showcase blacksmithing and forging. Sam and crew offer Splatapaint and Syd and crew bring Raku firing.
Local Seattle area bars, restaurants, and food trucks provide meals, snacks, and beverages to keep you sustained through the day. While you are out finding grub, be sure to stop by the carnivals beer garden to relax with a pint before heading back out into the artistic wild.
An entire portion of this carnival is dedicated to vendors. Ready to sell their goods, many vendors are widely known in the local Seattle area. Be sure to bring money to purchase amazing works of art to take home as souvenirs.
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Georgetown is a beautiful and creative district ideal for exotic shopping, diverse dining, and spontaneous spectacles.
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