Top Story
Fremont Arts Council
Fremont Arts Council has been working with City Departments to find a 30-foot by 40-foot space for their floats.

29th year could be last for Fremont Solstice Parade

For many Seattle locals what comes to mind when they think of the Fremont Solstice Parade is a procession of naked bodies painted in a mosaic of colors leading the parade on bicycles. Yes, that is a central thrust of the spectacle making up the celebration on the first day of summer, but the rest of parade is made up of floats and performers that have made the parade a parade for the last 29 years.

But now parade organizers have announced that because they’ve lost a place to store those parades floats, the iconic Fremont event could be facing its last year.

“We have 15 floats, and after the parade we will need a storage space,” said Susan Harper, President, Fremont Arts Council.

More ›