206 Zulu Beat Masters: a diverse audience sits outside on nice patio chairs watching  music makers under a tent. A cruise ship and blue sky is visible in the background with bright sunshine. Photo by Tosin Arasi.

July 24, 2021 - 206 Zulu Beat Masters at Pier 62, Photo by Tosin Arasi

Equity Statement

Friends of Waterfront Seattle (Friends) recognizes and acknowledges historic and existing systemic racism embedded in our city. Friends is committed to becoming an anti-racist organization by prioritizing racial equity inside the organization and the public spaces we operate. Our goal is to continually cultivate inclusive spaces where all people — specifically Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC) as well as underserved communities — are invited and welcome to enjoy Waterfront Park.

Questions? Email [email protected].

Updated September 13, 2021

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Want to plan an event? Have an idea for an activity? We want to hear from you! Waterfront Park is committed to serving the needs of its diverse communities through cultural, educational, and recreational activities in a beautiful, welcoming environment.