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2018 Fremont Solstice Parade

There are few better ways to celebrate the beginning of summer than to attend the 2018 Fremont Solstice Parade and the Fremont Fair. It’s some of the best FREE summer kick-off fun to be had in Seattle. Here are some details to make planning your day in Fremont more fun.

Fremont Fair

Saturday June 16 10am – 8pm

Sunday June 17 11am – 6pm

More details about the Fremont Fair here.

Fremont Solstice Parade

Saturday June 16, 2018 at 1:00 pm

Start: NW 39th St and Leary Way NW
Finish: Gasworks Park for the Fremont Solstice Celebration

More details about watching the parade here.

2018 Solstice Parade Route Map

Fremont Caffe Ladro sits proudly on the parade route every year. We’re open normal hours (6am – 10pm, Saturday). Please expect long lines, but our staff makes every effort to move people through with their orders as quickly as possible.

The Fastest Drinks You Can Order

  • Iced Cold Brew (ask for room if you like a splash of cream)
  • Iced Tea (Mango or Hibiscus? What’ll it be?)
  • Arnold Palmer or Amy Palmer (half tea, half lemonade, all delicious)
  • Brewed Drip Coffee

We also sell bottled water, bottled juice, and bottled cold brew. Snag those for later so you only wait in line once!

Word to the Wise

Use public transportation or ride your bike to get to Fremont if at all possible. If you must drive a car into the vicinity, come early and expect to park a number of blocks away. You might even park closer to the Woodland Park Zoo, then walk down the hill to the parade route and festivities. Once you’re on Fremont Ave, everything is geared towards pedestrian traffic and many of the roads are closed to cars.

Ladro loves all our neighborhoods, and being on hand for the 2018 Fremont Solstice Parade will definitely be fun! Come celebrate summer with us! You can mark your calendar to celebrate July Fourth in Bothell.

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