Jack Block Park event/performance venue

2130 Harbor Avenue SW | Seattle, WA, 98126

Terminal 107 Park event/performance venue

4750 West Marginal Way SW | Seattle, WA, 98106

Duwamish Longhouse & Cultural Center event/performance venue

4705 W. Marginal Way SW | Seattle, WA, 98106

The Duwamish Longhouse & Cultural Center is the cultural home of Seatttle's First People, the Duwamish Tribe. The Longhouse is located on the Duwamish River, the Tribe's home and namesake, and is a traditional Coast Salish cedar structure filled with artwork and cultural exhibitions.

Open hours are 10 am - 5 pm, Monday - Saturday, with educational and cultural events happening weekly. Stop by for a visit and learn about the culture and traditions of the Duwamish people!

4651 Diagonal Avenue S | Seattle, WA, 98134

The Estuary is the main performance stage for Duwamish Revealed. Find it close to the end of Diagonal Way South, just west of East Marginal Way (SR 99). Park along Diagonal Way.

Georgetown Steam Plant event/performance venue

6605 13th Ave South | Seattle, WA, 98108

The Georgetown Steam Plant is a performance location only; there are no art installations at this site. Click here for a list of performances happening at this site.

Gateway Park North event/performance venue

7699 8th Avenue South | Seattle, WA, 98108

Get to Gateway Park by turning west onto Carleton St. from E. Marginal Way; Carleton will turn into 8th Avenue S. Go all the way to the end of the street to get to the river and Gateway Park North.

Gateway Park South (8th Ave. & S. Portland St.) event/performance venue

8th Avenue South and South Portland Street | Seattle, WA, 98108

Duwamish Waterway Park event/performance venue

7900 10th Avenue South | Seattle, WA, 98108

Waterway Park is an event & performance location only; there are no art installations at this site. Click here to see the events happening at this site.

TUKWILA REVEALED event/performance venue

11838 42nd Ave S | Tukwila, WA, 98168

Tukwila Revealed is an exploratory walk along the southern reaches of the river, happening on Sunday June 21 from 2 - 11 pm. This location, the 42nd Ave. Pedestrian Bridge in Tukwila, is the starting point. Go here for more information about the event.

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