Come see your Seattle Seafair Pirates in the Bothell Forth of July Parade! Between 10,000 and 15,000 attendees are expected for Bothell’s annual “Freedom Festival” to celebrate our nation’s birthday. Festivities include a free pancake breakfast, a children’s parade and the grand parade with more than 100 entrants. Plan ahead, get there early, and celebrate safely. Festivities include:
A free pancake breakfast
Includes free tours, kids’ crafts, and bike helmets and fittings for $10 each
8:30 a.m. until 10:30 a.m.
Downtown Fire Station
10726 Beardslee Blvd.
A children’s parade
Begins at 11:15 a.m.
Line up on Beardslee Blvd. near the Post Office
Begins at noon at the corner of Main Street & 104th Ave. NE. Parade route travels west on Main, then north on Bothell Way (SR 527), and ends at Bothell Way & 190th.
Now in it’s 95th year, the city of Burien’s 4th of July parade is the oldest and one of the best attended in King County.
Every year, thousands of spectators gather along the parade route in downtown Burien to see marching bands, floats, the Seafair pirates, and much more!
The parade starts at 3 p.m. and runs approximately 2 hours.
We’re looking forward to seeing everyone out enjoying our beautiful city this 4th of July. Many local restaurants and businesses are planning to stay open especially for the parade and will be offering specials.
With such a delightful assortment of activities, there is something for everyone to enjoy! South King County’s oldest and largest festival features a full size carnival and street fair with a wonderful array of 600 booths offering a variety of items, including magnificent smells from more than 35 food booths to tempt the palate, and entertainment to capture your curiosity. Join Sunday, July 10th in downtown Kent for South King County’s largest parade with over 100 entries for everyone to enjoy, including your Seattle Seafair Pirates!
Everybody loves a Parade – and none is more magical, musical and thrilling than Torchlight Night.
This magnificent parade will include giant helium balloons, precision drill teams representing local communities, equestrian units, comical clowns, swashbuckling pirates and heart-pounding bands playing all your favorite tunes.
The Torchlight Parade offers something for everyone! Young and old will make their way to downtown Seattle early Saturday morning and stake a curbside seat along the two-and-a-half mile route hours before the 7:30 p.m. start.