11th at Pine
There’s a section of Capitol Hill that has quietly cultivated the most diverse artistic community in Seattle at the moment.
Please come to the inaugural
11th AVE. STREET FAIR!
Sunday, July 29th. 1-9pm
Art! Music! Performance! Djs! Food Trucks! Kids Area! Family Fun! Live Painting!
The Seattle Department of Transportation with the aid of Casey Rogers put together a program called “People Streets” or specifically, “Pike People Streets” to encourage community involvement by providing pedestrian access to side streets in vibrant neighborhoods. This year the project has been scaled down to two dates and one block:
11th Ave between e, pike and E. Pine.
The first day is Sunday, July 29th from 1-9 pm. The street will be closed to traffic and parking from 10am-10pm. (More information about 8/9/18 closure tba.)
11th Avenue between E. Pike and E. Pine street is concentrated with businesses and art/music spaces that are predominantly LGBTQ & MWBE (LGBTQ & minority and women owned/operated business enterprises) that strive to represent and host underserved and QTPOC artists.
Sponsored by: CHCC Capitol Hill Community Council, Vermillion, Blue Cone Studios, Imminent Mode, John Criscitello Studios, Kwanchai Vodka.