SEATTLE POP UP SHOP LOCATIONS
Below are a few of the locations and local happenings in Seattle. Because when choosing a pop up shop location we find it is essential to have as much information as possible about the location you choose.
Seattle Boat Show
An event that takes place both indoors and outdoors on South Lake Union, and considered to be the largest boat show on the northwestern coast of the USA.
Seattle St Patrick's Day Celebration
Seattle International Film Festival
Film Festival has been a huge success for almost 40 years, enticing more than 150,000 visitors each year, and featuring more than 500 film.
Seafair is a month-long, region-wide barbecue that brings an entire community together in celebration.
Attracts more than 100,000 people every year to Seattle’s artistic Fremont neighborhood to enjoy the music of local bands, the talents of local arts and crafts experts, and food and drink.
Festival Sundiata – Black Arts Fest
A popular event it features African-American Heritage, culture, arts and history in relevant local and regional entertainment, art and photography.
Bellevue Arts & Crafts Fair
Bellevue Arts & Crafts Fair attracts more than 150,000 enthusiasts each year and features more than 350 of the Northwest’s most talented and popular artisans.
The 3-day urban event, Seattle’s premier music and arts festival.
Washington State Fair
Attracting over a million people in just 17 days, the Washington State Fair offers an incredible scope of entertainment.
Issaquah Salmon Days Festival
Attracts more than 180,000 people every year, celebrates the return of salmon.
Some Local Neighborhoods
Woodland Park Zoo
Pike Place Market
Experience Music Project Museum
Seattle Art Museum
Local Malls & Shopping Areas
Westfield Southcenter Shopping Mall
Think fashions, accessories and jewelry from a "premium blend of national and regional brands," all with a Northwest twist.
Chinese, Japanese, Vietnamese and Korean cultures have come together to form the Asian-American district of Seattle.
The University District, as full of young faces as you would expect, features plenty of shopping venues, restaurants, cafés, and cultural centers.
In the heart of downtown, Seattle, this extravagant mall is five floors filled with high-quality shops, some standout restaurants and an eleven-screen movie theatre.
Entering this neighborhood, you're greeted by a sign that says, "Welcome to the Center of the Universe." Thanks to its bohemian culture, Fremont is often considered a sister to Paris's Left Bank.
Featuring anchor stores Nordstrom, Macy's, and JCPenney, as well as more than 60 specialty shops, Northgate is one of the area's more popular malls.
This venue offers a pleasant and intimate shopping experience (in a former schoolhouse) and features more than 17 local and regionally based retail boutiques.
Pike Place Market
It's a protected historic district that inundates you with sights, sounds, smells, and the best people-watching in town.
The hub of the Seattle's University District shopping scene, University Village is an attractive open-air complex.
Colleges & Universities
• Academy of Interactive Entertainment
• Adelphia College
• Antioch University
• Antioch University Seattle
• Argosy University, Seattle
• The Art Institute of Seattle
• Bastyr University
• Cornish College of the Arts
• Gage Academy of Art
• History of the Art Institute of Seattle
• International Academy of Design & Technology
• North Seattle College
• Pinchot University
• School of Visual Concepts
• Seattle Central College
• Seattle Institute of Oriental Medicine
• Seattle Pacific University
• Seattle University
• Seattle University School of Law
• Seattle Vocational Institute
• University of Washington
Mercer Island, WA
White Center, WA
Lake Forest Park, WA
Sports Teams & Stadiums
KeyArena at Seattle Center