Festival Mission Statement
The Puyallup Meeker Days Festival is a community celebration dedicated to promoting historical, educational and cultural interaction while fostering a sense of civic involvement through the establishment of active business partnerships and citizen participation.
The Meeker Days Festival originated in 1939 as a small arts and crafts festival located in Pioneer Park. It has since grown to be Pierce County’s largest street festival encompassing a 15 block radius in the heart of historic downtown Puyallup. Meeker Days is a 3-day long festival that takes place the third weekend in June. The festival features four entertainment stages including a kid-friendly stage; over 200 craft and commercial vendors; two food courts; kids’ activities such as educational exhibits; beer garden, antique tractor display and pull races; classic car shows and the ever-popular Farmers’ Market! Meeker Days brings in crowds from all over Washington, vendors, and consumers alike, to get involved in the first festival of the season!
Date: June 14– 16, 2019 [Friday – Sunday]
Friday, 12:00pm – 9:00pm
Saturday, 10:00am – 9:00pm
Sunday, 10:00am – 5:00pm
Location: Downtown Puyallup and Pioneer Park [15 block radius]
Attendance: 100,000 estimated over the three days