Skip to content

Twin Peaks Day is a celebration that draws fans of the iconic TV show “Twin Peaks” to Snoqualmie Valley, Washington.

The event commemorates the arrival of FBI Agent Dale Cooper to the fictional town, marking a key moment in the series.

Fans gather to immerse themselves in the show’s mysterious world, enjoying various themed activities and discussions.

The day is significant because “Twin Peaks” has left a lasting impact on television storytelling. The series, known for its unique blend of mystery, supernatural elements, and quirky characters, inspired many other shows and genres.

Fans celebrate to honor its influence and to connect with others who share their passion for the series.

Events during Twin Peaks Day include interactive discussions, themed dining experiences, and tours of filming locations.

Participants can enjoy pie and coffee, reminiscent of Agent Cooper’s favorites, and take part in unique activities like painting workshops and fan meetups.

The celebration offers a chance to step into the enigmatic world of “Twin Peaks” and experience its charm firsthand.

History of Twin Peaks Day ​

Twin Peaks Day began as a celebration of the day FBI Agent Dale Cooper arrived in the fictional town of Twin Peaks, Washington.

This event, depicted in the TV series “Twin Peaks,” captivated audiences with its blend of mystery, supernatural elements, and quirky characters. Fans worldwide mark this day to honor the show’s impact on television and its lasting legacy in pop culture.

The first official recognition of Twin Peaks Day came from the city of North Bend, Washington, where much of the show was filmed.

The city proclaimed the day to celebrate the show’s contribution to local culture and its influence on fans globally.

Over the years, other nearby towns like Snoqualmie and Carnation have joined in the festivities, solidifying the event’s place in the community​.

Twin Peaks Day events include watching the series, visiting filming locations, and engaging in themed activities.

Fans enjoy gatherings that feature discussions, panels with special guests, and even themed food like cherry pie and coffee. These celebrations allow fans to connect and share their love for the show, creating a vibrant community that continues to grow each year​.

How to Celebrate Twin Peaks Day

Dive into the Episodes

Grab some popcorn and a cozy blanket, and start a Twin Peaks marathon! Watching the series from the pilot to the end immerses fans in its eerie charm.

New viewers can discover the mystery, while long-time fans enjoy revisiting favorite moments.

Savor the Show’s Treats

Nothing says Twin Peaks Day, like a slice of cherry pie and a cup of coffee. Visit a local diner or bake your pie at home. Fans can even host a themed party, complete with classic diner fare to delight guests.

Explore Filming Locations

Take a road trip to the real-life locations where Twin Peaks was filmed. Visiting Snoqualmie and North Bend, Washington, allows fans to walk in Agent Cooper’s footsteps.

Capture photos at iconic spots like the “Welcome to Twin Peaks” sign for a memorable experience.

Host a Costume Contest

Invite friends over for a Twin Peaks-themed costume party. Dressing up as favorite characters like Agent Cooper, Laura Palmer, or the Log Lady adds a fun twist.

Prizes for the best costumes make the event even more exciting and competitive​​.

Join Fan Discussions

Engage in online forums or local fan meetups to discuss theories and favorite moments. Sharing insights and speculations with other enthusiasts fosters a sense of community.

These discussions can reveal new layers of the show’s intricate plot and characters​.

Enjoy Themed Activities

Organize a Twin Peaks trivia night to test everyone’s knowledge of the series. Create puzzles and games based on the show’s mysteries.

This playful approach keeps the spirit of Twin Peaks alive while challenging fans’ memories​.

Create Art Inspired by the Show

Channel creativity by drawing, painting, or crafting items inspired by Twin Peaks. Whether it’s a sketch of the Red Room or a handcrafted log, expressing love for the series through art is both fun and fulfilling. Share creations with fellow fans to spread the Twin Peaks love​.

Plan a Screening Event

Host a screening of “Twin Peaks: Fire Walk with Me” or the show’s revival season.

Watching these additions with fellow fans enriches the experience, and discussing scenes and plot twists afterward keeps everyone engaged and entertained​.

Also on ...

View all holidays

National Tortilla Chip Day

Crunchy, salty, and perfect for dipping, these triangular delights are the ultimate companion to your favorite salsa or guacamole.

World Bartender Day

Creators of delicious concoctions that can make any night out better, these talented mixologists are the ultimate beverage wizards!

View all holidays

We think you may also like...

National Clean Out Your Refrigerator Day

Embark on a thrilling adventure of rediscovery as you unveil hidden treasures and conquer the mysterious depths of your fridge!

National Old Maids Day

Spinsters around the world revel in your freedom. Though originally a day to try and find a husband, Old Maid’s Day is now an opportunity to appreciate the lack of one.

Thirsty Thursday

The anticipation of midweek merriment, with friends and everyone's favorite beverages, is like a mini-vacation for the soul.