Show your colors in Everett

June 19, 2012 by  

On Wednesday, July 4, the Colors of Freedom Festival will take place in downtown Everett at the corner of Pine Street and Hewitt Avenue in Everett, Washington. This festival begins at 11:00 am.

This annual festival will kick off with the Colors of Freedom Parade. Guests are asked to bring lawn chairs and come early to get a great seat, as this is one of the best shows in the community. This parade features bands, dance, and drill teams, stilt walkers, world class marching bands, puppets, clowns, and much more. All can ride the free Evert Transit shuttles to the event from Everett Station located at the corner of Colby Avenue and Wetmore Avenue. This is a must-see event for all guests.

After the parade, from 1:00 pm to 11:00 pm, the Colors of Freedom Festival takes place. Families are encouraged to bring a picnic lunch and enjoy them on the grassy bluff as it overlooks scenic Port Gardner Bay in Legion Memorial Park. This festival will feature children’s activities, live music, great food, vendors, and more. To close the festival, guests will enjoy a stunning display of fireworks on Port Gardner Bay. The day’s schedule of events is available online to download. Poster printing and flyer printing may have been prepared by local print companies to promote and advertise this fun event.

This is a family event, is free to the public, and, with it being an outdoor event, guests are reminded to bring sunscreen and sunglasses. For additional information about the festival, please visit the Colors of Freedom website.