Roberto Maestas Festival Street!

April 9, May 14, June 11, July 9, August 13, September 10, 2022
10am - 4pm

Next Street Fair: June 11 - HERE COMES THE SUN

A celebration one of Seattle’s most diverse neighborhoods with:


that showcases cultural heritage and local musicians.

that highlight our diverse communities: Native, Black, Filipino, Hispanic and more!

free seeds, plants and supplies to share! Bring your extras and take what you need, plus a chance to get the best tips from Master Gardeners.


organizations serving Beacon Hill will share opportunities, information and accomplishments.



Upcoming Markets:

  • June 11: Sound End Public Market: HERE COMES THE SUN

  • July 9: TBD

  • August 13: El Marcadox

  • September 10: South End Public Market


Pinoy Brown Delights: Joining us for the rest of the season is a Filipino pop-up market featuring artists, creators and delicious treats from Pinoy Brown Box and Kultura Arts. May vendors include Moonyeka Herbals, Victoria Gardner, and Grayseas Pies

The Beacon Arts Stage

Performances will alternate every hour between the Beacon Arts Stage and the El Centro Stage:

10:00 am: El Centro Stage

11:00 am: the Jazz Night School Band - "Sufficiently Hip"

12:00 pm: El Centro Stage

1:00 pm: Ihaw-Ihaw Jam 

2:00 El Centro Stage

3:00 pm:  Hermano Kuya

Roberto Maestas Plaza, El Centro de la Raza’s Business Opportunity Center hosts Food Vendors, entertainment, information and other vendors each month in collaboration with Beacon Arts Street Fairs.

Beacon Hill Garden Club’s Seed Library and Garden Share (10am-2pm) takes place on the parking strip of 16th Ave S outside the Station Coffee Shop. Club members organize and facilitate the free distribution of seeds, indoor and outdoor plants with an emphasis on growing food reflective of our diverse community. Folks bring their extras and take what they need. Volunteers provide educational materials and guidance for successful gardening and food propagation.

In addition, Master Gardeners will be on hand to answer your gardening questions.​ These programs are funded by donations. Make a donation for Posies for our gardens, direct donations of seed, plants and cut flowers are encouraged!

South End Public Market is Beacon Arts’ monthly pop up art market, joins us April, June and Sept. This space is otherwise shared with other local creatives, makers and entrepreneurs - organized and managed by the Street Fairs team

June 11 Info: Community Based Organizations serving the Beacon Hill Community will share opportunities, information and accomplishments

Applications for Vendors, Performers, and Volunteers

Vendors for June 11 and September 10, go here.

Vendors for July 9 and August 13, go here.

Performers for the Beacon Arts Stage go here.

Volunteers for Garden Share, Market Set Up and Take Down, Parking,

Art Helper, Beacon Arts Info & Sales, and other opportunities, go here.

  • Beacon Hill Council: No More Harm Campaign - Shares what you need to know about the Port of Seattle’s “Sustainable Airport Master Plan“ and how it affects Beacon Hill.

  • Historic Seattle: Community input for activating Garden House

  • Smash the Box: outreach for Seattle Transportation Plan.


Summer Series Sponsors:

April Event Sponsor: 


Beacon Arts Street Fairs receives funding from:


June Event Sponsor: 


April Stage Sponsor:

July Event Sponsor:


May Stage Sponsor: