The South Lake Union Art Walk Announces the October 1st Art Walk, Welcoming Fall with Beer and Art


Seattle, WA, August 28, 2015 –From our friends at the Art Walk comes this report.

The South Lake Union Art Walk returns for a second time in 2015, with a Fall Art Walk, closing the summer season in South Lake Union. SLU Art Walk will be held on Thursday, October 1st, from 5-8 pm.

Similar to the Spring Art Walk, the October event will feature an exciting line-up of local artists, musicians, participating venues, window displays and pop ups along with a beer garden and activities for everyone.

A map of all participating venues and beer garden location can be found here.

Wondering how to get to the SLU Art Walk? We encourage alternative modes of transportation whenever possible. Several Amazon parking garages offer the flat evening rate of $2.44 (tax inc.) from 5 pm to midnight. These lots are located on the Southside of Harrison between Boren and Terry and on the Northside of Republican between Boren and Terry. Lots close at midnight; no after-hours access.

The SLU Art Walk is generously supported by: Vulcan Inc., South Lake Union Community Council, Whole Foods, Amazon, Art In The Park, Weber Thompson, First Tech Credit Union, Store Fronts Seattle and The South Lake Union Chamber of Commerce.

Our community partners are: Shunpike, Office of Arts & Culture, All Rise Seattle, Museum of History and Industry, and The Y @ Cascade People’s Center. Neighborhood supporters are Downtown Spirits, Café Torino, Common Table, Seattle Unity Church, and Row House Cafe.


The South Lake Union Art Walk’s mission is to introduce Seattle to the diversity of art, artists and attractions contained within this rapidly evolving neighborhood. We welcome community participation! We are seeking additional volunteers for 2015 events.  For additional information, please contact

The SLU Art Walk planning committee is a volunteer group consisting of local residents, employees, and business owners who have generously donated their time to this celebration of art. Strongly supported by both the South Lake Union Community Council and South Lake Union Chamber of Commerce, this event, in celebrating art, is a way to create a stronger and more connected neighborhood and community.

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