Sunday, July 6, 2014

Chow + Fun: Saturday & Sunday, July 12 & 13

 

Saturday, July 12 from Noon - 8:00 pm
Jackson St. Sidewalk Sale 11:00 am - Close
Night Market 8:00 pm - Midnight
Sunday, July 13 from Noon - 6:00 pm

No hamburgers at this street fair — what you’re sure to find is delicious Asian food and family-friendly festivities. Come down to the District and be a part of the excitement on the street including:
 - Dragon and Lion dances
 - Japanese Taiko drumming
 - Martial Arts demonstrations
 - Chinese Girls Drill Team
 - International booths selling interesting stuff
 - Geek chic anime contest
 - And of course, the infamous $2 Food Walk
Plus, on Saturday, Japantown will be holding a Sidewalk Sale on South Jackson Street with goodies and bargains galore.

Then, on Saturday, when the lights get low, the Night Market will run until midnight, complete with:
 - Food trucks
 - More booths with more interesting stuff
 - An all-ages dance party
 - And for the thirsty, a beer garden

There’s more fun in the sun on Sunday. Check out the details at the spiffy new website: seattledragonfest.com. Don’t be draggin’ or you’ll miss out — see you at Dragon Fest!
  
  

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