An illustrated of flowers with the text "Sorticulture"

Sorticulture is a three-day outdoor festival that celebrates the best parts of Pacific Northwest outdoor living. Hosted in the seaside city of Everett, WA, Sorticulture is the premier festival for garden art, local plants and flowers and handmade outdoor products. 

Free admission

When: June 10 - 12, 2022 

  • Friday, June 10, 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.
  • Saturday, June 11, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
  • Sunday June 12, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Where: Downtown Everett on Colby Avenue, between Everett and Pacific avenues

Artist & vendor lineup 

We’ve got a great lineup of artists and vendors coming to Sorticulture this year. Check it out!


Make it a Sorticulture weekend and stay in one of the many fine nearby hotels. 

Getting here and parking 

Sorticulture is in downtown Everett, making it easier than ever to enjoy the festival. Whether you drive and park (there's free parking on weekends), ride your bike or hop on the bus, we've got you covered. Learn more here.

Food and drink

Downtown Everett is home to many excellent bars and restaurants that will satisfy any craving you've got. Check them out here. There will also be a few snack vendors at the festival to tide you over while you enjoy, and a beer and wine garden to sip and relax.


We’ve got classes by Sunnyside Nursery and THE Ciscoe Morris, as well as some great music acts lined up on the Sunnyside Nursey Garden Stage this year. The stage is in the center of the festival at Colby and Hewitt throughout the whole event. And the Everett Rowing Beer & Wine Garden is next to the stage so you can sip and enjoy the show. Check out the schedule!

About the downtown Everett location

In 2021, Sorticulture was moved to Downtown Everett to meet the state's COVID guidelines for outdoor events. At the time, we did intend to move the festival back to Legion Park in 2022. However, vendors and festival goers alike preferred the new downtown location; therefore, we will continue the event downtown on Colby Avenue in 2022.

The downtown location offers the following benefits:

  • Guests do not need to take a shuttle to get to the event and parking is ample and free on the weekends
  • Better accessibility for folks with limited mobility 
  • Simple, drive-up package pickup for guests and easier load-in for vendors
  • Walking distance to local attractions, shopping, dining, museums and hotels 
  • Much-needed economic support for small brick and mortar businesses and local restaurants 


Contact Tyler Chism at

Sorticulture is put on by the City of Everett. Visit Everett is owned and managed by the City of Everett.

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