We have a lot of events in our wonderful neighborhood which you can find on our Facebook Events page.
If you’d like to have your event listed on our events page please contact us.
Now in its 24th year, Columbia City Beatwalk continues to bring free music to this vibrant Seattle neighborhood and to expand on the legacy of this unique Seattle community by bringing an extraordinarily talented and diverse range of musicians together to celebrate our community through the unifying power of music.
On the second Sunday of the month, from June through September, venues throughout Columbia City will again open their doors to showcase local and regional musicians, the sidewalks will come alive with buskers and Beatwalkers will spill onto the streets for a street party!
• June 10, 2018: Global Beats/World Rhythms
• July 8, 2018: R&B, Funk, Soul, Hip-Hop
• August 12, 2018: American Roots
• September 9, 2018: Anything Goes
Beatwalk is funded solely through sponsorships and donations. The following Corporate Sponsors have donated to support Beatwalk 2018:
Corporate Studio Musicians
• Columbia City Business Association
• Eileen Fisher Renew
• Emily’s Garage
• Georgetown Brewing
• Seattle Office of Arts and Culture
• Windermere Real Estate Mount Baker Office
In addition, many many other businesses and community members have made donations to support the the 2018 season. Please see the Beatwalk Supporters tab on the Columbia City Beatwalk Facebook page for a complete listing. Better yet – come to the next Beatwalk, pick up a program and see all of our fabulous supporters!
If you would like to support Beatwalk, please donate via Beatwalk PayPal or by check payable to Homesight and mailed to:
5117 Rainier Ave South
Seattle, WA 98118
For donations of $1000 or more, our Corporate Sponsorship levels offer increasing levels of exposure in all print and digital media supporting the events. You could even sponsor a stage! Please contact Kathryn at email@example.com for more information.
Columbia City Farmers Market
From 3pm to 7pm on Wednesdays from May through October, South Edmunds Street is the place to find some of the freshest local produce and most delicious prepared foods in Seattle! The Columbia City Farmers Market always attracts a vibrant crowd of both locals and visitors. Don’t miss it!