2024 Pier Party!

FRI26jul5:30 PM5:30 PM 2024 Pier Party!You are invited to the party of the year in support of Seattle's Waterfront Park on Pier 62.Pier 62, 1951 Alaskan Way, Seattle, WA 98101

Event Overview

The 2024 Pier Party fundraiser for Friends of Waterfront Seattle will take place Friday evening, July 26.

Interested in being a corporate sponsor, or participating on the 2024 Pier Party host committee? Reach out to Joey Smith at joey@waterfrontparkseattle.org.

Ticketing information to come, please note this event is 21+.

Community Host Committee

Thatcher Bailey

Lynn & Howard Behar

Bob Donegan

Colleen Echohawk

Stephanie Ellis-Smith

Ellen Ferguson

Kevin Geiger & Jeremie Berg

Olive Goh

Thomas Goldstein

Patrick Gordon

Jodi Green & Mike Halperin

Michele Hasson

Barb & Doug Herrington

John Hoedemaker

Lynn Hubbard & David Zapolsky

Lori & Eric Metcalf

Molly Moon Neitzel

Jeannie Nordstrom

Elizabeth & Jonathan Roberts

Kayley Runstad Swan

Jon Scholes

Jordan Selig & Johan Erik Strand

Helen Stusser

Brian Surratt

Deidre Wager

Brady Piñero Walkinshaw

Nancy Ward & Toby Bright

Charlie & Barb Wright

Howard Wright & Kate Janeway

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