Festivals & Fairs in Snohomish County

Marysville Strawberry Festival (June)
The kids really shine at this Marysville community event that includes a royalty scholarship pageant, talent show, and two different parades. The Berry Run 5K and live music and performances are other highlights. Of course, you’ll get to purchase strawberries and strawberry treats.

This year’s theme….

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In our 83rd Annual Strawberry Festival, our focus and theme is to “Celebrate Marysville”! Enjoy all the family favorites, including Kids’ Party in the Park, Berry Run, Kiddie’s Parade, Strawberry Shortcake eating contest, the Market, the Carnival, and of course, our Grand Parade on Saturday, June 21st! So come celebrate with us as we blend some southwestern influences into our Pacific Northwest festival fun!

Kla Ha Ya Days in Snohomish (July)
The charming riverside town of Snohomish hosts this Seafair-sanctioned community festival every year. A parade and a street fair are the highlights, joined by fun contests, a car show, a fun run, and a carnival.

Old Fashioned Summertime Festival

For over 100 years, families have gathered in the historic district of Snohomish for the annual Kla Ha Ya Days Festival. The native word Kla Ha Ya means welcome and we welcome you to experience old fashioned summertime fun and enjoy our town.
Click here for the full schedule of the July events. (tentative schedule)
Since 1913 volunteers have made Kla Ha Ya Days possible. If you’re interested in keeping the tradition alive for another 100 years, check out our volunteers’ page. Volunteers are the back bone that make the festival fun!

Darrington Blue Grass Festival (July)
Blue grass musicians from around the region perform at this outdoor music festival held in a gorgeous mountain location.













Stanwood-Camano Community Fair (August)
On the charming rural edge of Snohomish County, Stanwood hosts this wonderful harvest celebration that includes a long list of fun: a parade, country fair contests and exhibits, a carnival, participatory contests, and lots of live entertainment.

Welcome to the Stanwood-Camano Community Fair, the ‘Best Lil Fair in the West’.  As the Largest Community Fair in Washington State, we strive to showcase the Stanwood-Camano Community’s past, present and future.  Located just outside the City of Stanwood on the historic Pioneer Highway and operated by a team of volunteers, our fair runs the first weekend in August each year.  Please feel free to check out our website to learn more about this great event and our facilities.

A Taste of Edmonds (August)
You’ll find foods, lots of food, at this Edmonds community festival that also includes a whole lot of arts and crafts and vendor booths, carnival rides, and live entertainment.

Entrance Fee: $4 Daily
(12 and under free).
3 Great Days!
Friday –  Saturday – Sunday, 
August 14-15-16
Friday and Saturday,
11 a.m. to 10 p.m.
and Sunday 11 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Civic Playfield at 310 6th Ave. N in Edmonds,
Right now the A Taste of Edmonds Committee is working hard to make the 2015 event the best ever!
In the next few months, the entertainment schedule will be developed, vendors will be applying for booths, and sponsors will be lined up.

Evergreen State Fair in Monroe (late August through Labor Day)
This popular country fair has it all – farm animals, fabulous foods, commercial exhibits, carnival rides, and games booths.

 Just too much good stuff to list here!

Mukilteo Lighthouse Festival (September)
Held in and around the Mukilteo Lighthouse Park on the shores of Puget Sound, this late summer celebration includes a long list of fun stuff. Fireworks, a parade, arts and crafts booths, children’s activities, a fun run, and lots of live entertainment are all on the festival schedule.

Welcome to the 50th Annual Mukilteo Lighthouse Festival! Save The Date: September 11, 12, 13, 2015!

Matt Martin playing drums at the Mukilteo Lighthouse FestivalMukilteo’s biggest party of the year will be held the weekend after Labor Day and will feature food, fun and Snohomish County’s biggest fireworks show!
As always, admission to the festival is FREE – bring the family and join us!
View our event schedule to see when your favorite event is being held.

Everett Sausage Festival (October)
This family-friendly Oktoberfest event features a Bavarian Dinner Haus and a Bavarian Beer Garden along with arts and crafts booths, international food booths, local performers, kids games,and carnival rides.

The Everett Sausage Festival is a family-oriented weekend fair centered around a Bavarian theme. From our traditional Bavarian Dinner to a variety of food booths, children’s games, the Family Entertainment Stage, bingo, carnival, and Bavarian Beer Garden and Stage, there is something for everyone. Everett Sausage Fest was founded to support Catholic Education at Immaculate Conception/Our Lady of Perpetual Help School and is now in it’s 38th year.

Snohomish County Tourism Burueau’s event calendar.