Early September is set to be a month of learning, eating and experience. Between the Xopantla Tianquiztli Festival and now the San Gennaro Festival Italian Street Fair! Seattle is getting one step closer to Italy and here’s what you can expect from the fair.
The San Gennaro Festival Italian Street Fair takes place this weekend starting on Friday, September 8th and going until Sunday, September 10th. The fair is free to attend, open to people of all ages and is family friendly.
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Attendees can expect to find vendors with all sorts of Italian wares to food, as well as beer and a wine garden. There will also be children’s activities like free face painting and a scavenger hunt. What’s more, guests of all ages can enjoy Italian music performed live each day.
Asides from all that the festival has to see, shop, and taste, you can also participate in the procession of the saint on Saturday at 11 AM.
As Georgetown is relatively small and fairly residential, the festival asks attendees to consider ride share or public transit. With that, enjoy!
When: Friday, September 8th-Sunday, September 10th
Where: South Angelo Street in Georgetown, Seattle, WA