Rhythm & Brews Festival returns July 30

Live music, food and tastings of crafts brews, spirits, wines and more; tickets available now.

The Federal Way Rhythm & Brews festival returns to Town Square Park Saturday, July 30.

A festive afternoon of music, food and drink runs from noon to 6 p.m. at the park located at 31600 Pete von Reichbauer Way South. Tickets are available now at FWBrews.com.

“We are thrilled to return to the park to celebrate the first ‘normal’ summer in a long time,” said John Gibson, festival chairman. “We hope everyone enjoys this opportunity for our community to come together to enjoy an afternoon on the great lawn.”

Craft brews, spirits, wines, and seltzers will be available for tasting. Food purveyors will provide delicious eats and local craft vendors will have their wares on sale.

Beer, wine and sprit vendors include JP’s Taproom, Seattle Cider, Fremont Brewing, Acorn Brewing, and many more. The $35 ($30 if purchased in advance) ticket price includes tokens for six “tastes” of the variety of adult beverages. A “designated driver” ticket is available for $15 for those who choose not to partake. Water and soft drinks will be available for purchase.

Headlining the musical program will be Tacoma-based The Lost & Found Band. The versatile sextet plays music from the 1950s to 2000s, covering tunes from The Beatles to Garth Brooks to Bruno Mars.

Rhythm & Brews is sponsored by The Mirror, the City of Federal Way, Eagle Tire, Federal Way Custom Jewelers, Crestwood Veterinary Clinic, Marlene’s Market and the Federal Way Chorale. Proceeds from the festival benefit the Federal Way Symphony’s music and education programs.

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.

Event information:

Federal Way Rhythm & Brews

Saturday, July 30, noon to 6 p.m.

Town Square Park

31600 Pete von Reichbauer Way South, Federal Way

Tickets: $35 ($30 in advance) and $15 (“designated driver”)


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