Food, art, products and cultural organizations

Something for everyone

When you plan your Festa weekend, be sure to take a look at our exhibitors and vendor booths. We’ve been fortunate over the years to attract a wide variety of participants that will likely have something of interest for everyone in your group.


Where and when

Most vendor booths are in the Fisher Pavilion, but you’ll find others in and around other Festa activities.
Saturday and Sunday, 10AM-6PM.

Note that on Saturday night some vendors will be open until the music stops at 9:00pm.


If you’re interested in having a booth at the Festa Italiana weekend celebrations please contact us.


DiJulio PastaFisher Food Court
Festa Italiana SodasFisher Pavilion
Festa Sausage SandwichesFisher Food Court
Nutty Squirrel Gelato and CaffèFisher Pavilion
Tutta Bella’s D’Asporto Food TruckFisher Apron (North Side)
ShiskaberriesFisher Food Court (Totem Pole)
Sons of Italy (Seattle) Meatball SandwichesFisher Food Court
Casa Italiana Italian Cultural CenterFisher Pavilion
Dante Alighieri SocietyFisher Pavilion
il Punto Cultural CenterFisher Pavilion
Seattle-Perugia Sister City AssociationFisher Pavilion
Sons of Italy Grand LodgeFisher Pavilion
Festa Cooking DemonstrationsFisher Food Court
Oberto Bocce TournamentArmory
Tutta Bella Grape StompFisher Food Court
11 Olives Olive Oil & VinegarsFisher Pavilion
Apple Cox DesignsFisher Pavilion
Festa Classic Italian VehiclesInternational Fountain
Festa Souvenir BoothFisher Pavilion
Historical Photo ExhibitArmory
Italian Dog ShowFisher Pavilion
Italy4Real.comFisher Pavilion
Jewelry of ItalySouvenir Booth, Fisher Pavilion
Peter Mendham Wine Barrel ArtFisher Food Court
“34 Years of Festa Posters” ExhibitArmory
Silver Dreams Fashion JewelryFisher Pavilion
West Coast Italian Radio ShowFisher Pavilion

Italian Language Classes

The Dante Alighieri Society

The Dante Alighieri Society of Washington has been participating in Festa for 33 years. One of their most popular activities is a series of Italian Language Classes hosted on Seattle University Campus (now online only) and taught by qualified native speakers under the coordination of Prof. Giuseppe Tassone. Fall quarter begins on October 1st with four levels of Italian from A1 to B2. Take a look at some samples of their online classes from this past summer or try your hand at Domenico (“Nick”) Minotti’s Italian Food Quiz and Presentation.