Introducing Spokane's Newest Street Festival: Quest Sunday Fest

A family-friendly festival with an ever-changing lineup of local and regional art, crafts, food trucks, free kids’ activities and more to enjoy under the fantastic Spokane summer skies.

By Jessica Maiers

In the fall of 2017, Northern Quest set its collective mind to a very ambitious goal – in conjunction with an expansion of the resort, build a space focused on the Kalispel Tribe’s ancestral history, community gatherings and artistic representation. Born from that goal was Northern Quest’s Grand Plaza stewarded by the Kalispel Development Company. Located in front of the hotel and technically named Northern Quest Drive, the beauty and potential of the space can be immediately recognized.

Enter Quest Sunday Fest, the brain-child of Kimberly Kuehn, founder of Park Silly Sunday Market in Park City, Utah. Park Silly is an open-air market, drawing an estimated 180,000 neighbors and friends together to celebrate the eclectic people, art and performances that make up their community.

Modeled after Park Silly and taking place on the five Sunday’s from July 14 – August 11, Quest Sunday Fest puts the Northern Quest Grand Plaza to its intended use. It’s equal parts street fair, family event, vendor-haven for local goods and an overall great community centric time (just ask the folks enjoying a Supreme Bloody Mary in one of Spokane’s largest beer gardens). Featuring a multitude of art, craft, and jewelry vendors each Sunday, along with a local selection of food trucks and bands, Quest Sunday Fest is a rotating lineup of fun weekend activities the whole family can enjoy, so make plans this summer join us for this one-of-a-kind Spokane event. Stop by from 11am-5pm every Sunday until August 11, 2019!

Now, Q the Music!