After two years of pandemic-related festival cancellations, the community is invited to celebrate together once again at the 12th annual Downtown Block Party, located in the Historic District of North Bend. Block Party will be held from noon to 11 p.m. on Saturday, July 16th.
Downtown Block Party activities will include a full day of local and regional music and performances on the large QFC stage, with the backdrop of Mt. Si and summer skies. Learn more about the music and performance line-up HERE.
Shopping in Snoqualmie Valley is fun, and Block Party highlights that with the Valley Realty Services Vendor Fair, local businesses, non-profit organizations and restaurants. Click HERE to keep an eye out for your favorite vendors and discover new artisans and small businesses.
This year’s festival will feature live music by Ian Jones, The Amber Lanterns, Santa Poco, The Together Collective, Stacy Jones, Eden, Harmonious Funk, The Black Tones and Hell’s Belles. Community performances by local, talented groups of all ages will also be there, with Mount Si Wildcats Dance Team, Z Ultimate Self Defense, Ignite Dance and Yoga, Veils of the Nile and Cascade Dance.
The Encompass Kid Zone will be hopping with various bouncing, sliding, playing and sensory activities. Stop by to relax at William H. Taylor Park and visit with animals at the petting zoo, another fun activity at the Kid Zone.
The Downtown Foundation Beer and Wine Garden will also return for those at least 21 years of age, featuring local beer and wine from North Bend’s Volition Brewing and Pearl and Stone Winery.
Learn more about Block Party by visiting www.discovernorthbend.com/177/downtown-block-party.
Block Party provides an economic boost to downtown businesses. One way it does so is by supporting the North Bend Downtown Foundation, a non-profit organization dedicated to supporting local revitalization, beautification and more. Learn more by visiting www.northbenddowntown.org.
[Information provided by the City of North Bend]