Believe it or not, Summer is almost at an end, though we hope the sunshine decides to stay a while! But, it ain’t over till it’s over, as they say, and there’s still lots of fun to be had, especially at the 4th annual Belltown Crush Block Party!
Belltown’s favorite summertime bash is going on this year at Bell Street Park and promises to be a blast!
Enjoy tastes of fabulous locally crafted wines and beers and scrumptious bites from Pintxo, Mama’s Cantina, Road Dawg, and Belltown Brewing.
Sip and savor your way through the festival while enjoying live tunes and don’t miss out on the grape stomping competition, to really get you into the spirit of the event and the summer. It’s a local favorite!
This year’s event will take place on Saturday, August 26th from 2-5PM. Advanced tickets are $25 with proceeds going to benefit Plymouth Housing Group.
This marvelous event is co-sponsored by Seattle Uncorked, Project Belltown, and the Belltown Business Association.
Be sure to join in on the fun in the sun, celebrate our vibrant community and support a great cause. It’s the perfect way to spend your Saturday and send Summertime out in style!
Read more about the event and get tickets by clicking the links below.
Have you always wanted to re-enact that grape-stomping scene from “I Love Lucy”? The Belltown Crush Party, taking place Sunday, September 28 (don’t worry, it’s the Seahawks’ bye week) at Bell Street Park will give you an opportunity to both stomp and drink some of the best grapes Washington has to offer.
The event, which is a fundraiser for the University District Food Bank, will feature tastings from 15 wineries in Cascade Valley Wine Country, the area comprising Chelan, Wenatchee, and Leavenworth. There will be food from neighboring Belltown restaurants to go along with your wine, as well as live music, an on-site wine store, and what is sure to be a big draw – grape-stomping competitions! Along with being a great showcase for Washington wines and benefiting the food bank, this is also the perfect opportunity to check out the Bell Street Park, which was completed in April, if you haven’t already.
Tickets are $25 and are available at udistrictfoodbank.org.