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Fremont Solstice Parade, Gone Virtual!

Date & Time
Saturday, June 20, 2020
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The Fremont Solstice Parade is a family-friendly and a beloved Seattle event.

DETAILS: Streaming Live on Saturday, June 20th at 1 pm.

WHERE?: Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/FremontArtsCouncil/)

Youtube (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCwHKpwGXzPGtpeBuZFV-Gug)


Videos and pictures of the PAST, PRESENT, and FUTURE of the Fremont Arts Council including our beloved Green Hat Presenters.

Want to participate in the Fremont Solstice Parade, Gone Virtual? We are accepting submissions that include art cars, pets, words of inspiration, and more.

Submit your media here: Virtual FSP Submission Form


Celebrate with us on the longest day of the year with the Fremont Arts Council’s most historic celebration art event! We have a new world view “stay at home scope”, meaning limited human contact, a longing for love, small acts of kindness, and making art is our reality now.

In an optimistic effort to create a small fraction of the FSP, we have decided to go virtual. Thanks to the generous support of TPN & NASH (northwest arts streaming hub), offering us a packaged product that will be streamed via FAC Facebook and YouTube on June 20 at 1 pm (Pacific Time). FSP Virtual Event will be a compilation program of prerecorded content made of historical archives, ensembles, art, personal testimonies, and of course our Green Hat Go-Getters lead by Cheer Seattle and friends!

Our FSP Virtual Event theme for 2020 is Past, Present & Future. We are excited to announce our co-hosts Peter Toms, Harper, and Scarlet Parke! Join more than 60 dazzling community-based ensembles as they submit their art! All welcome; drag queens, giant puppets, stilt walkers, floats, dancers, musicians, Green Hat Go-Getters, and more! Together they will create a kaleidoscope of joyous human expression in our virtual program!

What (MADE) the Fremont Solstice Parade unique? 

    • EVERYONE CAN BE AN ARTIST. Full participation is completely open to the public.
    • PEOPLE POWERED. No motorized vehicles are allowed
    • ALL ABOUT THE ART. No printed words or logos are allowed. Participants relish the challenge of proclaiming their message through creative expression.
    • FSP Virtual Event 2020 is now accepting submissions that include art cars, pets, words of inspiration and logos affiliated by non-profit organizations only.