Salmon Fest Photo Galleries

Celebrating the Return of the Salmon

The Wenatchee River Salmon Festival is held each year to celebrate the return of the salmon to our northwest rivers.  The rivers that are home to the salmon also provide sustenance for birds, frogs, salamanders, foxes, deer, bugs, bears and countless trees, bushes, and flowers.

We depend on these same waters to provide electricity for our homes, irrigation for our crops, livelihoods for our fishermen, and a place for our families to play, picnic, camp and hike.

Enjoy taking a look back at Salmon Fest over the years from 1991 when it first started, to today.

2019 Festival

Salmon Fest Over The Years...

Main Stage Performances

Exhibits & Activities

Native American Village

Outdoor Recreation

Community Day Video

Learn more about the 3 days of events...

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