Get your tickets NOW – 7th annual Blues & Brews Festival is this SATURDAY!

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Get your tickets now – the 7th annual Blues and Brews festival is coming back this SATURDAY, Aug. 27 to the Des Moines Beach Park with music, beer and a great cause.

This year’s fundraiser – which runs from Noon – 8 p.m. – is expected to have around 1,800 guests.

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While listening to blues there will be plenty of local brews to sip on. With over 15 breweries, everyone is sure to find a tasty beverage. A few of the breweries include Airways Brewing, Tin Dog Brewing, and Stoup Brewing. Maybe wine is more of your thing? Well be sure to check out the Rotary Club’s other popular event, the Poverty Bay Wine Fest, which is going on its 13th year.

With the Blues and Brews main beneficiary being Music4Life the cause is personal for some of the band members. Randy Oxford, who is playing during the festival with his blues band Randy Oxford’s All-Star Slam said:

“I strongly believe in how a Musical instrument can change the life of a young person. Getting a Trombone in the 6th grade definitely changed my life.”

Without the help of great sponsors such as Normandy Park Market, this community event wouldn’t be possible. Be sure to thank them, including other valued sponsors that include: Alaska Airlines; Muckleshoot Casino; Lamar Advertising Company; The Waterland Blog; Recology CleanScapes; Marvin J. Osterhout, Family Dental Practice; Burke Law Offices; Seattle Southside; Green Latrine; Doug Myers, CFP with Edward Jones; HC Foundation, Highline College; Wesley Homes; Zenith Holland Gardens; Gehrke, Baker, Doull & Kelly, Attorneys at Law; Olympic View Dental; Judson Park; Snure Law Office, PSC; Club Pilates; Murray’s Carstar; Airport Touchless Car Wash; South Sound Blues Association; Great Northwest Insurance Brokers; Groove Merchant Northwest; Washington Blues Society, Russell Associates, Certified Public Accountants; Rotary Club of Des Moines & Normandy Park; Brian Seth with Allstate; Marina Medical; The Razor’s Edge Barbershop Rotary International; and Tall Town Design.

Don’t forget your low back lawn chairs and sunscreen! Free parking will be abundant. Also, please keep in mind that pets are not allowed at this 21 and over event. Additionally, outside food and drink will be turned away. There will plenty to eat and brews to drink in the festival

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