Fremont Fair and Solstice Parade
June 16 – 17
This year’s Fremont Solstice Parade takes place on Saturday June 16 in downtown Fremont. The parade begins at 1PM at NW 39th St & Leary Way NW and ends at Gas Works Park in a wild festival. The Solstice Parade has been delighting crowds at the Center of the Universe with fantastic floats, marching bands, and other free-spirited street performances since 1989.
Today, the parade has been made famous (infamous!) by the inclusion of the Solstice Cyclists (Solstice Cylists.org), a celebration of 1500+ naked-but-painted bike riders, who are released onto the parade route at 12:30PM before the start of the Solstice Parade. This event celebrates the rebel in all of us! It is a “nude not lewd” event, where families are welcome to watch their friends bare all, paint up, and ride through the streets of Fremont!
Saturday 10 am – Sunday 6:00 pm
Activities take place west of Fremont Ave N on N 35th St. and N 34th St. Seattle, 98107