Now in its third year, Belltown’s popular summer wine and beer festival, Belltown Crush Party, has grown to take up two whole blocks! The event features a pig roast from Seattleite favorite Bell & Whete, local food trucks, live music (how often do you get to hear a steel drum band?) provided by Belltown Beats, and a great selection of wine and beer. To top it all off, they’ll be hosting a grape stomping competition! This will be the perfect way to spend a leisurely Sunday afternoon on August 28th, celebrating the Belltown community and supporting a good cause.
// EVENT DETAILS //
- WHERE: The Belltown Park between 2nd & Bell to 4th & Bell
- WHEN: August 28th / 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm
- TICKETS: $25
- Your ticket will include 10 tasting tickets. Additional tasting tickets are available for $2 or three for $5. Bring your own wine glass or purchase a GoVino for $3.
- Net proceeds will benefit the Plymouth Housing Group.
Purchase tickets online here.
// PARTICIPATING WINERIES & BREWERIES //
Our favorites are in green below:
Special guest region Cascade Valley Wine Country
Many more to be announced closer to the event date!
// LIVE MUSIC SCHEDULE //
1:00 to 2:00 pm SCARLET PARKE is a soul/pop singer with an amazing voice. She’s an upbeat performer with great energy and is great to watch. She’ll be bringing special guest Frank Vitolo on sax to join her on stage!
2:30 to 3:30 pm JASON KERTSON, a finalist on The Voice, plays originals and makes covers his own, uses a looper on vocals and guitar and puts out a lot of sound for a solo act!
4:00 to 5:00 pm CHAMPAIGN SUNDAY – This husband & wife duo is truly effervescent, and both not only stellar musicians but also theatrically trained -they will put on a show!
2ND BLOCK STAGE
1:30-2:30 & 3:30-4:30 pm – TWO TREES Steel Drum Band
Gary Gibson and Michael Bento became playing together after respectively leading of two of Seattle’s most active steel drum groups, combining their efforts to create Panduo, Seattle’s hottest small steel pan group!
// ABOUT //
The Plymouth Housing Group works to eliminate homelessness and address its causes by preserving, developing and operating safe, quality, supportive housing and by providing homeless adults with opportunities to stabilize and improve their lives.
Belltown Crush Party | Bell Street Park, Seattle | August 28, 2016