Celebrate Our Community Cultural Diversity

If you’ve traveled So. 188th Street near the Coluccio property lately you may have noticed the banner hanging over the roadway? Or seen the signs lining Military Road; So 200th; So 176th; So 174th; running up and down International Blvd or received the mailers, read in the newspaper, or seen on the local blogs or… well you get the idea – there’s been a lot of talk about the upcoming International Festival being held at Angle Lake Park - but now it’s time to stop talking and time to start kicking up the FUN!

Saturday 10:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m.
Sunday 10:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

Opens at Noon each day

The Rotary Club of SeaTac, in collaboration with the City of SeaTac Parks Department, will play host to the area’s favorite annual event. The International Festival at Angle Lake Park will again offer a rich and culturally diverse line up of staged entertainment throughout the weekend starting at noon on Saturday and running through Sunday Afternoon. A listing of the entire entertainment schedule is available in the International Festival Event Flyer

The festival will also feature a slew of arts and crafts booths with a variety of food vendors offering ethnic dishes. The more actively inclined can construct and compete with their own ‘Delta Dart’ flyer on Saturday from 10 am until 4 pm (while supplies last) with a 5k and 10k Volksmarch being offered on Sunday from 9 am until 1 pm. 

An expanded children’s play area will be operated by the Matt Griffin YMCA staff where kids can have a blast playing on the 3 giant inflatable toys, compete in different games each day and participate in making a dream catcher or bracelet. Face painting will also be available. Entrance into the play area requires purchase of a $5 wrist band and is good for in and out privelidges for the entire day.

And finally, the City has arraigned an area reserved for boat parking for participants wanting to commute to the festival via watercraft. Boat mooring will be offered on the south side of the swimming dock and on the view platform next to the boat launch. We encourage all residents living on the lake to consider arriving to the festival via this option in an effort to help relive car parking congestion at the park.

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