Art in the Park

Explore the annual Art in the Park Festival in Richland and find information about the official dates, special experiences, and more.

Every year, Howard Amon Park transforms into a vibrant festival, where hundreds of artworks, a sculpture garden, live music, and mouthwatering bites await. This special two-day event truly has something for everyone. Marvel at the works of local artists. Relish scrumptious treats and drinks. Revel in the vibrant atmosphere. Located in Richland, Art in the Park spotlights the creativity of various talents while providing summer fun for all ages.

For more information, visit the official website of Art in the Park.

Event Details


Howard Amon Park | 500 Amon Park Dr, Richland, WA 99352

Parking Tip: Although downtown parking is free, some lots have time restrictions. Be sure to check the time limits posted at the entrance of each lot. Free public parking areas include: 1001 Jadwin Avenue, 815 George Washington Way, and 80 Lee Boulevard.


July 26 - 27, 2024


8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.


Entry to Art in the Park is free to the public.

Featured Experiences

  • Local Artists & Vendors - Art in the Park invites artists from across the country to showcase their talent. Stroll through an array of unique works from over 300 artists, and take home eye-catching keepsakes and lifestyle goods crafted by local artisans.
  • Live Music - Groove to a series of talented performances featuring tunes from local musicians.
  • Food & Drinks - Indulge in a variety of culinary delights from onsite food trucks.

Bonus activity: Experience the fun afterparty at Ray’s Golden Lion. Shuttle services will be available from Howard Amon Park to the Uptown Shopping Center at 6:00 p.m.

More Ways to Enjoy the Tri-Cities Arts Scene

Elevate your festival-going experience by exploring our arts scene, brimming with historic institutions, arts and crafts programs, and more. Shop ‘til you drop in the Tri-Cities and uncover more one-of-a-kind items from local artisans. Along with fresh produce, our farmers markets are lively hubs, buzzing with live music and art galleries.