So Bazaar is coming back in 2016! Mark your calendars for August 11, 18, and 25 from 5-10pm.

Redmond So Bazaar

You’ll experience art and nightlife that is fun, free, and fabulous.

Presented by the City of Redmond, So Bazaar provides an imaginative platform and market for local artists, artisans, chefs, and entertainers to share their gifts with the Redmond community.

Join us on the Redmond Central Connector on August 11, 18, and 25 as Downtown Redmond will come alive with surprising performances, art installations, artisanal foods, chef demonstrations and social engagement.

Thank you to our sponsors & partners!


DJ Riz

Featured August 13

DJ Riz mixes Seattle’s best electronic dance grooves on KEXP Radio 90.3. He has no favorite musical styles and will try practically anything that appeals to him viscerally, spiritually, or bootyfully. When he’s not on the air, he feeds the hungry and visits those who are sick and in prison. Learn more...

Janet Zweig

Featured August 13

Janet crossed a local horse trailer with the historic Kalakala ferry boat to create the Redmond Moving Art Center (2015) [pictured], a roving performance space/trailer for the streets of Redmond. Her artwork can be seen in most major US cities, and her awards include the Rome Prize Fellowship, NEA fellowships, and residencies at PS1 Museum and the MacDowell Colony. Learn more...

John Fleming

Featured All Three Nights

John Fleming blurs the boundaries between art, architecture, and the environment. With a start in ceramics and brief careers as a ski instructor and rock climber, he is now an accomplished public artist with commissions throughout the American west that take “Recycle, Reclaim, Reuse” to a whole new level including Redmond’s Erratic (2013), Signals (2014) [pictured], and Sky Painting (2014). Learn more...

The Cabiri

Featured August 11

Timeless tales from eras past are danced on towering stilts and twirling silks, marveling audiences throughout the Pacific Northwest with their visually-striking imagery. This piece is entitled "The Kojiki of Amaterasu" and will feature stilt walking, aerialists, dance, juggling and contemporary dance, accompanied by Seattle Kokon Taiko. Learn more...

Moisture Festival

Featured August 11

Moisture Festival high energy comedy/varietè shows feature a rapid succession of acts showcasing comedy alongside awe-inspiring physical and mental dexterity, with poignant moments of strength and delicate beauty to make audiences laugh, wonder, shake their heads in disbelief and truly appreciate how live entertainment can exhilarate and bring real joy. A live show band propels each performance. Learn more...

The Trail Buddies

Featured August 18

The Trail Buddies play old time American string band music - the sound of Appalachian front porches and square dances. All four multi-instrumentalists have been playing for dances for decades. Amy Carroll has been calling dances since 1987. She calls squares, contras and traditional barn dances. She loves sharing old dance traditions with new communities. She is also an elementary school music teacher in Seattle.

The Moondoggies

Featured August 18

Formed in 2005 by Kevin Murphy, Caleb Quick, Carl Dahlen, and Robert Terreberry, the Moondoggies They have been described as "seriously kick-ass" by Rolling Stone, “timeless American music” by Amazon, and their "somber, beautifully melodic NW folk" has been described by The Stranger as the "perfect soundtrack to stroke your beard and ponder the nighttime beach bonfire." They most recently opened for the Lumineers in Seattle, and headlined at Leavenworth’s Timbrrr! Music Festival last year. Learn more...


Featured August 25

"We've been playing caffeinated Balkan music in Seattle since 1997." Balkanarama is among the leading North American interpreters of contemporary Balkan music, from ancient Romany ballads to modern Bulgarian video hits. Balkanarama gives them a flavor all their own on sax and clarinet with four soulful voices, powered by a nonstop dance beat on synth, bass and drums. They've been introducing Balkan Gypsy party music to audiences at clubs, festivals, weddings and parties throughout the Pacific Northwest. Get ready to dance! Learn more...

Jafra Debke Team

Featured August 25

Formed originally as the Batiste Dabke Team in honor of Omar Batiste, the Jafra Dabke Team is now comprised of four energetic men who have become quite popular at weddings and parties throughout the Northwest. Their mission is to create an establishment that will promote and preserve the original Arabian culture and traditions through the practice and performance of the Arab folk dance "Dabke". Learn more...


August 11

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August 18

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August 25

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Nosh, Sip, Shop


Shop at the So Bazaar Market
Along the Redmond Central Connector
Opens at 5pm, closes at sunset-ish

Make creativity your cause by supporting over 25 local artists and artisans. Each vendor was handpicked by a jury panel ensuring you’ll find unique and high quality fine art and crafts at every price range.

Sip Bazaar

Under Signals
Opens at 5pm, last call is at 9pm. 21 and over.

Start your weekend early with a cold microbrew, glass of wine, or a signature cocktail in your hand. Did we mention you’ll SIP under a piece of art?

Night Nosh

At Sky Painting Parking Lot
Opens at 5pm, last order is at 9:30pm

Expand your culinary horizons with over 10 food trucks to choose from. Trucks change nightly and each offer a $5 Bazaar bite for the chronic nosher.

Check out the Food Truck line-up brought to you by Mobile Food Rodeo.



August 11, 18, & 25 (5-10pm)


We are located along and around the Redmond Central Connector, an award winning urban trail, between 161st Avenue Northeast and Leary Way NE.
All activities occur out-of-doors, so please watch the weather and dress appropriately.


Downtown Redmond features an abundance of street parking. Additional parking can be found two blocks away at nearby Redmond Town Center located at 7525 166th Ave NE.

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