Plans are coming together nicely for the annual Washington Brewers Festival at Marymoor Park, which takes place Friday, June 13 through Sunday, June 15. While the whole family is welcome on Saturday and Sunday, Friday night’s session (4:00 – 9:30) is reserved for grownups only.
This year, there’s a special treat in store for those opting to attend the festival on Friday night. Hell’s Belles will perform from 7:30 until 9:00. For the uninitiated, Hell’s Belles is an internationally recognized, Seattle-based AC/DC tribute band. Not only are they an all female act, Hell’s Belles are really, really good. How good are they? Angus Young has gone on record saying they’re the best AC/DC cover band he’s ever heard.
I promise that you will see me there. These gals frickin’ rock! Here’s the press release from the Washington Beer Commission.
Hell’s Belles to Perform at Washington Brewer’s Festival!
Performance Slated for Friday night, June 13, 7:30-9pm. King County’s Marymoor Park, Redmond, WA
Hell’s Belles, the all-female AC/DC tribute band will rock the Washington Brewer’s Festival on Friday night, June 13, at 7:30pm at Marymoor Park in Redmond.
Hell’s Belles has toured around the world, including Japan, Canada, and across the USA. Don’t miss the chance to hear your AC/DC favorites including “Live Wire”, “TNT”, “Thunderstruck”, and many others. With their passion and energy, these rock-n-roll women will leave you satisfied, but wanting more.
The band was formed in 2000 in Seattle, and continues to grow their global following with each sold-out show. For more information on Hell’s Belles, click here.
The Washington Brewers Festival is a craft beer tasting event presented by the Washington Beer Commission. This 9th annual festival runs Friday, June 13, 4pm – 9:30pm (21+ only), Saturday, June 14, 11am – 9pm (families welcome), and Sunday, June 15, 11am – 6pm (families welcome).
There will be live music from the Redmond’s Bar & Grill music stage all weekend long, as well as some of the area’s best food trucks, a kids play area, and of course, some of the best craft beer on earth! The eighty-eight brewery lineup is the largest in the events history and more than 300 unique craft beers will be on tap for tasting. Complete details and ticket information are available at washingtonbeer.com.