Apparently nude bicyclists need a nap afterward, probably after all that day-drinking. We in Seattle know that with the summer solstice comes a horde of naked bicyclists peddling through Fremont. The Painted Cyclists have long been a fixture of the Fremont Solstice Parade experience. The parade is produced by the Fremont Arts Council; it’s a fantastic and whimsical celebration of the return of the sun, complete with larger than life puppets, floats, and street performers.
The Solstice Cyclists (also known as The Painted [Naked] Cyclists of the Solstice Parade, or The Painted Cyclists) is an artistic, non-political, clothing-optional bike ride celebrating the Summer Solstice.It is the unofficial start of the Summer Solstice Parade & Pageant, an event produced by the Fremont Arts Council in the Fremont district of Seattle. Jun 16, 2018 · The future of live TV with 70+ channels. No cable box required. Cancel anytime.
Tens of thousands came down to the Fremont neighborhood in Seattle, WA to watch the annual Solstice Parade. Tens of thousands came down to the Fremont neighborhood in Seattle, WA to watch the annual Solstice Parade. 1 / 43. PHOTOS. Could the perfect summer dessert be a cookie root beer float? Yes, yes it could. This 1957 Cadillac has a bar. Jun 18, 2018 · There are still other riders who chose to go without pants. Here, you get to see the wonders nature has to offer!!! Being the longest day of the year, the Solstice Festival Seattle celebrates the summer’s solstices on June 21 st, as rule of thumb. Then the parade occurs yearly on a Saturday leading to the solstice.
Jun 15, 2018 · arts & entertainment Seattle's Famed (Partially Nude) Fremont Solstice Parade Saturday The wild annual Fremont Solstice Parade kicks off Saturday afternoon, naked bike riders and all.Author: Neal Mcnamara. The Fremont Solstice Parade attracted crowds, vendors and naked bike riders for the annual summer celebration this weekend. The Fremont Arts Council says anyone can participate in the parade. It's.
The Fremont Solstice Parade is one of the most unusual and beloved neighborhood events in Seattle.Held every June and put on by the Fremont Arts Council, the parade and the Fremont Fair are on the weekend closest to the summer solstice, and-rain or shine-they bring out people from around Seattle who want to celebrate the arrival of summer in one of the quirkiest ways you'll ever see.