Tacoma set to swing into step with R ‘n’ B

June 30, 2013 by  

Taking place the weekend after next, the Tacoma Old Time Rhythm and Blues Festival will give people who love music the chance to get outdoors in a park and spend the day listening to live entertainment and enjoying vendors, food, and a beer garden, among other activities.

A suitable event for the whole family, it seems likely that various printing services, including poster printing and flyer printing, will have been used to draw the attention of people in this community and the surrounding areas.

During this festival, the daytime entertainment will take place outdoors with the featured band performing indoors during the evening hours. This year’s headline band is Doctor Funk. During the festivities, guests will be able to enjoy music from names like Billie Stoops, Mojo Overload, Palmer Junction, The Strange Nails, Gin Creek, Nolen Garrett, T Town Aces, the 44s Blues Band, Sweetkiss Momma, and Johnny Long. In total, the festival features 22 bands on eight stages and a full day of outdoor activities.

With performances going on throughout the day, this is a free festival for the entire family, excluding the evening entertainment, which costs $20 per ticket. The Tacoma Old Time Rhythm and Blues Festival will be happening on Saturday, July 13 at the Tacoma Old Town Park located at 2350 N 30th Street in Tacoma, Washington. The evening performance will be happening at the Slovonian Hall located at 2306 North 30th Street from 9:00 pm to 12:00 pm.

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