If you know one thing about the Fremont Solstice Parade, it’s undoubtedly the naked body-painted cyclists. The colorful, fancifully painted riders are the highlight of a weird and funky festival that takes over Seattle’s Fremont neighborhood each June for the summer solstice. Before and after the parade, you can admire the lineup of amazing art cars, browse the craft market, listen to musical performances, and watch strolling entertainers in the streets. There’s even a dog parade on Sunday afternoon for our furry friends. Kids’ activities include painting, chalk art, rubber band printmaking, puppet-making, and musical instruments. Parking is an ordeal, so festival-goers are strongly advised to take the bus or ride bikes to the festival via the Burke-Gilman Trail (how much clothing you wear is up to you).