Blues and Brews
Blues and Brews is celebrated every year in the Des Moines community, festivals are alleged in diverse areas. In the Rotary Club of Des Moines, a third annual fest will be held on the 25th of August, it is a Saturday and it is popularly known as the Blues and Brews Poverty Bay fest. The celebration will be held on the shores of Puget Sound at the Des Moines Beach Park. The event will pursue from noon until 8 in the evening. During the early days of summer, the tickets will go on sale and can also be purchased online at Brown Paper Tickets or at Corky Cellars in Des Moines.
The Rotary Club of Des Moines aims to make a better community to live, work, play and communicate. A rotary is an organization that provides service for the people; they also encourage individuals to pursue the highest ethical standards in all vocations. Their purpose is to build peace and solidarity throughout their community.
During this annual festival, the Rotary Club of Des Moines has their beneficiary partner and it is the Highline Music4Life. The program brings music to the local schools in the area of Des Moines. Highline Music4Life was constructed on 2007. Their aspiration is to give good quality of music to the hands of children and youth who are hopeful to use one of them.
This is an outdoor event and will be held rain or shine, you must be 21 or older to attend and no pets will be allowed inside the event. No outside food or beverages allowed. Low lawn chairs and picnic blankets allowed. There will be plenty of free parking in the Des Moines Marina.
Enjoy a day filled with local blues from five different bands, along with a variety of fine brews from 10-15 local breweries.
To complement your blues and brews, they’ll be barbecuing Bratwurst and B&E Market’s famous Tri-Tip for your dining enjoyment.
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