The neighborhood of Madison Valley will host its second annual "Bastille Bash" on Saturday, July 13. With increased demand and a larger event planned, the event organizers have expanded the event's footprint on East Madison Street from 27th to 30th Avenue and down 29th off the main street.|
From 3-8 p.m. guests will enjoy Bastille Day celebrations and indulge in the French lifestyle from Seattle's European village.
Recommended purchase per person:
1 wine passport
Food items are served at the sidewalk on paper plates, and vary in size and price among restaurants.
For light snacking, buy 8 tickets. For more extensive sampling, we recommend 16-20 tickets.
Tickets will be sold at the event, but are limited. Pre-order is suggested.
French-inspired food from some of the city's most acclaimed restaurants.
Northwest and French wine tastings.
Live music & entertainment.
Live chef demos.
One-day sidewalk sales.
Series of French music, burlesque dancers, troubadours, mimes, street actors, and more, scheduled over the whole event
A variety of kids activities at participating businesses will entertain the little ones.
Parking is scarce, consider public transportation. Event parking is available in the Arboretum soccer field and Japanese Garden parking lots.
For up to the minute information please check our website and Facebook pages.
Madison Valley Neighborhood (View)
2840 East Madison Street
Seattle, WA 98112
||Will tickets be sold the day of the event?|
||Tickets will be sold at the event. |
||Are all the tickets gone?|
||No. Many many food and wine tickets will be available at the event. The ticket center is on 29th Ave East next to Fast Frame. |