Bumbershoot is an international music and arts festival in Seattle that has been drawing in thousands of people for nearly half a decade — and it’s easy to see why with such an awesome lineup! Taking to the stage this year are acts such as Big Sean, Lorde, Weezer and Solange. So get ready to dance! Here’s your one-stop guide.
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Bumbershoot Festival Dates and Location
Bumbershoot Festival will be held at the Seattle Center in Seattle, WA, on September 1-3, 2017.
Bumbershoot Festival Lineup
Friday: Flume, Big Sean, Flo Rida and Jauz
Saturday: Lorde, Weezer, The Roots and Dillon Francis
Sunday: Haim, Solange, Spoon and Gucci Mane
Check out the full Bumbershoot Festival lineup.
Bumbershoot Festival Tickets
Single Day Pass -$129
3-day General Admission Pass – $249
3-day VIP Admission Pass – $450
Getting to and From Bumbershoot Festival
Air – The nearest airport is Seattle International Airport, which is 14 miles from the festival site.
Car – Parking is available at the festival site, however it can be difficult to find a spot.
Metro – King County Metro will have routes running from Seattle and the surrounding areas. On Sunday 2 September and Monday 3 September there will be a limited metro service however, due to national holidays.
Where to stay for Bumbershoot Festival
Airbnb – Daisy Mae’s B&B is a beautiful apartment that can sleep four people. The apartment features comfy beds and is a few blocks from some of the best restaurants and bars in the Greenwood Avenue neighborhood. Book a room at Daisy Mae’s B&B from $154 a night.
Hotel – Best Western Plus Bainbridge Island Suites is a convenient choice, located just 9 miles from the city center. The hotel has great wifi and comfy beds. Book a room at Best Western Plus Bainbridge from $210 a night.