Good cause supported with musical entertainment
July 31, 2012 by Mark
Two weeks from now, on Saturday, August 11, the PEPSapalooza Family Music Festival will be held at Redhook Brewery located at 14300 NE 145th Street in Woodinville, Washington. This event begins at 11:00 am and runs until 3:00 pm.
This family-oriented event is a fundraiser for PEPS, an Early Parents Support Program. Family admission includes two adults and two children. The main stage at this year’s festival features The Not-its, Recess Monkey, and Caspar Babypants. On intermission, while the bands are taking a break, there will be planned activities for the entire family such as balloon art, hula hooping with Seattle Children, trampolines, Dizzy’s Tumbelbus, pony rides by Pony Paradise, JamTown Drumming, and lots more. This festival promises a great time for all and supports a worthy cause.
The Redhook Brewery, which is hosting this event, opened its facility in 1994 and features an expansive grounds, a public house and daily tours, as well as many other seasonal events for as little as $1. In the summer, a number of outdoor movies are shown at this venue. There are also ale tastings and pub-style meals served each day at this location.
Poster printing and flyer printing may have been the chosen method of advertising and promoting this event to area families. Family admission is $45 and single adult tickets cost $15 with purchase of a family admission. For additional information, please visit PePsapalooza’s or call either PEPS at 206-547-8570 or the Redhook Brewery at 425-483-3232.