Mark Hurwitz and Gin Creek have a blast on stage at the annual Rhythm and Brews Festival on Saturday. Photo courtesy of Bruce Honda

Mark Hurwitz and Gin Creek have a blast on stage at the annual Rhythm and Brews Festival on Saturday. Photo courtesy of Bruce Honda

Rhythm and Brews event draws large crowd to Federal Way

The annual event showcased several different brews and live music for attendees to enjoy.

Federal Way had rhythm, sunshine and brews during the Federal Way Symphony’s annual Rhythm and Brews Festival at Town Square Park on Saturday.

A large crowd of showed up to jam to some tunes, taste different beverages and enjoy a sunny day outdoors. The event featured three bands and 20 local wineries, distilleries and breweries.

The live bands that played during the afternoon festival included Lost and Found, Mark Hurwitz and Gin Creek, and Kristi Lynn & Clayton Links.


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Residents turned out for this sunny event to raise money for the Federal Way Symphony. Haley Donwerth/staff photo

Residents turned out for this sunny event to raise money for the Federal Way Symphony. Haley Donwerth/staff photo

Event attendees taste one of the 20 local brews showcased at Rhythm and Brews. Haley Donwerth/staff photo

Event attendees taste one of the 20 local brews showcased at Rhythm and Brews. Haley Donwerth/staff photo

Attendees enjoyed the three different live bands jamming out for the fest at Town Square Park. Haley Donwerth/staff photo

Attendees enjoyed the three different live bands jamming out for the fest at Town Square Park. Haley Donwerth/staff photo

Rhythm and Brews was a great place for dogs to enjoy the warm weather too. Haley Donwerth/staff photo

Rhythm and Brews was a great place for dogs to enjoy the warm weather too. Haley Donwerth/staff photo

A packed Rhythm and Brews Festival had Federal Way residents swaying to the music. Haley Donwerth/staff photo

A packed Rhythm and Brews Festival had Federal Way residents swaying to the music. Haley Donwerth/staff photo

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