The Festival at Mount Si offers fun for everyone!


Admission to the Festival at Mount Si is FREE.

The festival hours are: Friday 6pm-10pm, Saturday 10am-10pm (booth hours 10am-7pm), and Sunday 10am-4pm.

Shop 'til you drop with arts and crafts vendors hailing from all over the State of Washington.

Get your corn-on-the-cob, elephant ears, and much more at the many booths offering Washington's best food and drink.

Relax in the beer garden while supporting the festival and the local Rotary Club.

Groove to jazz, blues, rock, country and more with live performances on two stages.

Featured Events


This year's festival is full of fun and exciting events. To see a list of all the activities, please see the main schedule.

Participate in the annual Festival Chili Cookoff, the Parade, the Cherry Pie Eating Contest, and the Burstin' with Blueberries Dessert Contest.

Kids will bop 'til they drop in their own Fun Zone.

Enjoy spectacular fireworks draped against the backdrop of Mount Si.

Take a ride on the historic Snoqualmie Valley Railroad.

Festival Grand Marshalls



2017 Festival at Mt Si Announces Grand Parade Marshall, Pat Cokewell

The 2017 Festival at Mount Si has a very special Grand Marshall for its annual festival parade, Pat Cokewell, 88, a near 50-year resident, who has seen the festival in all its versions, as well as watch North Bend turn from logging town to Twin Peaks destination to its modern home of outdoor enthusiasts and young families, all the while being a cornerstone of service to the community.

Her favorite memory is hosting a steak dinner at her Mar-T Cafe for the Mount Si High School Basketball team the night they won the state championship. "What a night!" she said with a big smile. For over twenty years the corner of Bendigo and North Bend Way was where Cokewell had the view of North Bend grow from a town of barely 1,000 people to its current size of more than 7,000 residents.

"One of the most fun things we did was having the fundraiser Pancake Breakfasts at the Mar-T," she said. "There were many and it was always enjoyable to see community members working such as Dr. Jim Browning cooking, Maisie Davis waitressing, George Wyrsch doing dishes, and so on."

Since she retired at age 80 in 2009, she has been helping Senior Services by driving people to the doctor. "This is a much-needed service," she said. Cokewell added that she hopes she can continue to be of service to this great community well into her ninth decade.

Some of her gifts to the community include being an activity supporter at Mount Si High School, working with the North Bend Chamber of Commerce, serving in the Mount Si Business and Professional Women organization, agreeing to offer her business the Mar-T Cafe to the famed Twin Peaks television series, and catering three meals a day at Washington State Fire Training Academy. She even was presented the key to the city of North Bend in 1997.

Si View and The Festival at Mount Si are honored to have such a local legend as the 2017 Festival at Mount Si Parade Grand Marshall.

About Grand Marshall Pat Cokewell

Latest News


The Chili Cookoff is coming! Visit the Chili Cookoff page to register! Chili Cookoff Info & Registration

Check out the full weekend schedule and events! Weekend Schedule

The Festival at Mount Si is looking for volunteers! Please see our volunteer page for more information.

We've added ATMs! ATMs at the Festival At Mt Si provided by Cash To Go!