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Sandblast Festival 2016


  • McCormick Park Duvall, WA, 98019 United States (map)

The annual SandBlast Festival of the Arts will be held at McCormick Park (26200 NE Stephens St, Duvall) on the shore of the historic and beautiful Snoqualmie River in Duvall.  The dates for this years Festival are Saturday and Sunday, July 16th & 17th.  The festival features a professional and community sand sculpture event and includes live music, dance and performance, story telling and a fine art and craft fair.   Artisans are to demonstrate, display and sell their work within the art fair located on a grassy knoll overlooking the river and sand sculpture area.  Within this same area, our SandBlast music stage is a focal point within the artist’s arena.

This event is presented by Duvall Foundation for the Arts and supported by the City of Duvall.  For additional information visit Duvall Foundation for the Arts at www.duvallarts.org or email sandblast@duvallarts.org.  Duvall Foundation for the Arts promotes creativity, diversity, and cultural awareness by supporting the arts, and arts education, in the lower Snoqualmie Valley.

Held at McCormick Park in Duvall on the historic shore of the Snoqualmie River, this music showcase and fine art and craft fair will have dozens of local Puget Sound artists and crafters demonstrating, displaying and selling their work.

The grassy knoll overlooking the beach will be filled with numerous bands, dancing, art booths, food vendors, performers and more. World-renowned sand sculpture artist Kali Bradford will be working her magic on the beach along with local sand carvers creating a unique sculpture that represents the theme of this year’s event. All ages welcome to pick up a shovel and help! Stroll through or bring your beach chairs and bathing suit and stay all day!

The goal of this free festival is to celebrate the arts, introduce and promote local and regional artists and art organizations. Swim, shop, dance – support the arts and enjoy this year’s SandBlast Festival on the banks of the Snoqualmie River!

Earlier Event: July 13
Duvall SummerStage