Yes, there hasn't been anything to confirm the Mayor's decision. But here's a tibit from the last article dated May 3rd.
Even if the order is not in place, the May 22-25 festival will be gun-free through the city's lease with festival organizers. Signs posted at the Seattle Center event will remind people not to bring guns, and security will be trained to take firearms away or ask people to leave, says Alex Fryer, a Nickels spokesman.
The new city order would apply even to people who have a state permit allowing them to carry a concealed weapon. Without a permit, it's already illegal in Washington to carry a concealed weapon in public.
Fryer said the city's parks are already safe, but he pointed out that the shooter at last year's Folklife Festival had a permit to carry his weapon.
"We believe that our parks and community centers and open spaces are safer without guns," Fryer said.
The new rule wouldn't have any criminal penalties. People caught with a weapon would be asked to surrender the weapon or leave city property. If they refuse, they could be cited for trespassing, Fryer said.
So test your conceal abilties and see if you can "pass" by these security folks.They'll be looking for something on your hip. So a pocket gun or ankle placement is your best bet.