SALMON DAYS 2021
Oct. 2nd and 3rd
10am – 6pm
All over Downtown from Front and Sunset, to Rainer Blvd. S from the Community Center to Sunset
What’s Happening at the Festival
Salmon Days is just a few weeks away and so far, it is still a GO! And, although this year will be different than many prior years; we look forward to providing a safe and fun experience to those that wish to attend.
IT IS A MASK MANDATED EVENT. KING CO. REQUIRES THAT ALL OUTDOOR EVENTS FOR 500 OR MORE ATTENDEES MANDATE THAT EVERYONE WEAR MASKS. MASKS ARE REQUIRED TO RIDE THE SHUTTLES ALSO. FREE MASKS WILL BE AVAILABLE FOR ANYONE THAT NEEDS ONE.
Over 300 artisans
Over 40 food booths
Dozens of local non-profits
Salmon Viewing areas and private pre-registered tours at the Hatchery
Dock Dogs is a national competition this year – elevating it to a new level and bringing in more excitement than ever before
Streaming Live Stage by Kaleidoscope with 20+ live bands
The Bike Coral is back! Ride your bike to the festival and lock it safely parked in the Bike Coral
NEW – “Salmon Days Trail” a fun new ap taking you “Behind the scenes” to local restaurants and retailers for fun games and prizes
Spawnsors have stepped up in new and innovative ways creating activities for everyone in the Field of Fun. Including:
Inflated Soccer Kicking Games
Inflated Axe Throwing
Inflated Connect 4
Take Home Mask Making
Fun Game from our Friends in the Army
Five Minute Escape Room from Issaquah Rotary
The Beer and Wine Garden will be at the south end of Front Street, Jenga and Corn Hole games will be available to play while enjoying an adult beverage
A new talent showcase stage will be in Field of Fun for our local school bands, dance clubs, etc.
Go RVing will have a large display of RV’s and Travel Trailers in the heart of the festival (next to AAA Washington)
Salmon Days Gear for sale at three locations
We will miss out on a few of our favorites, and though they will be absent we look forward to their return next year. This is due to many different reasons associated with the pandemic such as: long delays, in shipping, budget shortfalls, staff shortages, and an abundance of safety, and/or lack of time and resources, these activities just could not happen this year.
Live Concert Quality Performers
Things to do for the 12 and under crowd as we hope to see them back again next year after they have had the chance to be vaccinated.
Kathy McCorry, CEO
Greater Issaquah Chamber of Commerce