Tag: Bellevue Downtown Association

Bellevue Jazz and Blues Festival

2021 Bellevue Jazz and Blues Festival to Return in Person

The 14th annual Bellevue Jazz and Blues Festival will be held in person this year, from October 6-10. Put together by the Bellevue Downtown Association, regional talent will come together to feature over 20 live shoes across Downtown Bellevue. Featured artists include Ray Vega, Thomas Marriot, Roy McCurdy, and Lady […]

Bellevue Downtown Arts Market

Bellevue Downtown Arts Market to Take Place Labor Day Weekend in Person

The Bellevue Downtown Arts Market is returning in person on Labor Day Weekend. The dates are September 4th through 6th. More than 110 artists will be participating. In the past, the event has been called “Bellevue’s 6th Street Arts Fair”. The Fair, presented by Bellevue Downtown Association, will feature sculptures, […]

Bellevue Downtown Park with American Flags

Fireworks Show Returns to Bellevue for Fourth of July

The annual fireworks show in Bellevue Downtown Park is happening once again. This will be the first public event in the city since March 2020. The Bellevue 4th of July Fireworks will not include entertainment, live music, or other activities before or after the show. The park will be open […]

On-Street Dining Bellevue, Main Street

City of Bellevue Focuses on Ways to Support Restaurants through Winter Months

Bellevue City Council recently received a report that reviewed the city’s efforts regarding the expansion of outdoor dining capacity for areas in downtown Bellevue. One of the community partners also explained a marketing campaign to connect local businesses during the pandemic. We reported in July about the outdoor dining space […]

Bellevue Family 4th Event at Bellevue Park Canceled

Bellevue Family 4th of July, the largest event on the Eastside celebrating the patriotic holiday, has been canceled. According to the City of Bellevue, the decision was made due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Governor Inslee’s “Stay Home, Stay Healthy” order extension, and Washington’s phased plan for eventually allowing gatherings over […]