The Festival at Mount Si offers fun
Admission to the Festival at Mount Si is FREE.
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.
This year's festival is full of fun and exciting events. To see a list of all the activities, please see the main schedule.
Claffey's Painting brings you Austin Jenckes
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.
The Festival at Mount Si is looking for volunteers! Please see our volunteer page for more information.
The Festival main stage band lineup is now full!
Festival Grand Marshalls, North Bend residents Chris and Marty Fagan recently made a history-making journey from the edge of Antarctica to the South Pole.
To get there, they each hauled 220 pound sleds filled with food and equipment, averaging 9 hours a day for 48 days over a distance of 570 miles.
During their seven weeks on the ice they endured harsh weather and terrain while experiencing intense physical and mental challenges. They became the first American married couple to complete this amazing feat
Featured Main Stage Performer, Austin Jenckes is a 25 year old believer in the universal language of music that spills his heart into every word. With lyrical roots in country and folk, and an unmistakably unique vocal style, Austin Jenckes is by definition a singer/songwriter. He has spent the better half of a decade paving his own way; starting with small local followings in sleepy coastal towns around the pacific northwest. In January of 2012, he moved from Washington State to Nashville, Tennessee where he recorded an independently released EP titled “An American Story”.