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 15– 17, 2018 [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