Lost and Found will perform at the Rhythm and Brews event. Courtesy photo

Lost and Found will perform at the Rhythm and Brews event. Courtesy photo

Federal Way Rhythm and Brews Festival set for Saturday

The third annual event will be held at Town Square Park.

The 2019 Federal Way Rhythm & Brews Festival will run from noon to 5 p.m. Saturday, July 20. A festive afternoon and evening of music, food and drink, the third annual event will be held at Town Square Park, 31600 Pete von Reichbauer Way S.

Presented by the Federal Way Symphony, the festival will feature three local bands this year: Lost and Found, Mark Hurwitz and Gin Creek, and Kristi Lynn.

Over 30 brews, local wine, spirits and cider will be available for tasting. Food trucks, including Pecos Pit barbecue, will provide delicious eats and local craft vendors will sell their wares.

Advance tickets are $25; $30 day of festival. Designated driver tickets are available for $12. Tickets are available now at FWBrews.com.

Rhythm and Brews is a 21 and older event and no pets are allowed at the park. Free parking is available at the transit center garage.

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