Things To Know Before You Go

Where is Taste this year?

Frances Anderson Center Field
700 Main St, Edmonds WA 98020

How much does it cost to go to Taste?

$20 per day
$50 for the Weekend Pass

$30 at the door

Can I bring my dog to Taste?

No, pets are not allowed inside Taste Edmonds grounds.

Can I smoke or vape at Taste?

No, the entire event is smoke, vape and drug free.

Can my kids come to Taste?

No, only adults over 21 years old with valid ID are allowed this year.

Can I bring my own chair, umbrella, large bag/backpack and blanket?

No, unfortunately you cannot bring your own chair, umbrella or large bag/backpack.  We will have lots of tables and chairs outside and under a few tented lounge areas.  There are not dedicated areas for blankets, so be careful where you set yourself up and avoid heavily trafficked paths.

Can I take my beer or wine outside Taste?

No, all alcohol must be consumed inside the festival.

Do you accept credit cards at the entry or beer/wine tent?

Yes, both cash and credit cards will be accepted.

Is there a shuttle bus I can take to Taste Edmonds?

Yes, a FREE shuttle is offered from Edmonds Woodway High School.  Buses arrive and depart every 15-30 minutes from EWHS (7600 212th St Sw, Edmonds) and the Entry Gate at Taste Edmonds (700 Main St, Edmonds).

Is there Handicap parking available?

Yes, there are dedicated Handicap parking spaces on Dayton St (east of 7th Ave S) and a few on Main Street near Frances Anderson Center.  

Don’t forget the FREE shuttle will pick you up and drop you off right at the entrance of Taste.  
NOTE: the shuttle is a standard school bus without lift.

Who puts on Taste Edmonds and why?

The Edmonds Chamber of Commerce has produced Taste Edmonds for 39 years.  Taste Edmonds is our largest fundraising event, helping the Chamber to pay for other beloved community events like: Edmonds 4th of July, Edmonds Car Show, Halloween Trick-or-Treat and the Tree Lighting Ceremony.  These events are put on at no cost to the public and are supported by sponsorships and proceeds from Taste Edmonds.  In addition, we are able to give back over $24,000 to local non-profits and services clubs because of Taste Edmonds.

Can I help out and volunteer at Taste?

Yes, there are a number of volunteer opportunities at Taste.

Beer & Wine Tent Volunteers
(Beer & Wine Tips Benefit Edmonds Boys & Girls Club)

Information Booth Volunteers

Entrance WILL CALL Volunteers
(WILL CALL Volunteers Benefit Edmonds Food Bank)

What about COVID restrictions, masks and vaccinations?


The event will move forward as long as state guidelines allow.  To date there are NO restrictions on crowd size, mask-wearing or vaccination confirmation. The Chamber has limited capacity to manage mass crowds, mask-wearing, or vaccination confirmations. If the state changes rules and regulations around outdoor events, we will notify ticket holders by email.

We want to thank our guests for doing their part to make this a safe event for all who attend.  Please note:

  • Stay home if you are (or think you may be) sick. Stay home if you have (or think you have) been in contact with someone who is sick.
  • Everyone is asked to follow CDC, State, and Snohomish County Health guidelines for the event. For an outdoor event, this means that face coverings are encouraged for people who are not fully vaccinated especially when social distancing is not possible.
  • We have doubled the number of hand-washing stations we typically use for this event. Hand washing stations will be available at lavatories, dining areas, and the beer/wine tent.

As a special “Thank You” to all those who have been vaccinated, we are extending a $10 discount for day-of ticket purchases with proof of vaccination.

IF THE EVENT IS CANCELLED DUE TO COVID-19 RESTRICTIONS, YOUR TICKET FEE WILL BE RETAINED AS A DONATION TO THE EDMONDS CHAMBER. Fees cover labor costs, equipment down payments and other expenses incurred in planning. Thank you for your support!

Order of Secretary of Health 6/29/2021:  “People who are not fully vaccinated against COVID-19 are encouraged to wear face coverings in crowded outdoor settings, such as at sporting events fairs, parades, concerts, and similar settings where there is decreased ability to consistently maintain physical distance between non-household members.”

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