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The Annual Italian Festival in Seattle

SUN29sepAll Day(All Day: Sunday) The Annual Italian Festival in SeattleBuongiono! Enjoy this free festival featuring all the best cultural contributions from Italy: Food, Music, Art, and more!Seattle Center, 301 Mercer Street Seattle, WA 98109

Event Overview

This festival is part of the Seattle Center Festál series. It is free and open to the public.

Seattle Center Festál presents The Italian Festival in partnership with Festa Italiana. The Italian Festival is an annual festival inaugurated in 1988 to celebrate the joy of “All Things Italian”. With an approximate attendance of 25,000 people, the festival is the largest Italian American event in the Northwest, and one of the largest ethnic festivals in Seattle. It features art, music, food, dance and participatory activities for the entire family. Highlights include cooking demos, a classic car show, a dog show, and a world-famous “Grape Stomp” which must be seen to be believed!

Seattle Center Festál is a year-round series of 24 free cultural festivals, produced in partnership with community organizations. In 2022, Festál celebrated 25 years of stories and traditions, ushering in a new era of hybrid programming. Learn more about Festál and subscribe to the newsletter for updates.

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