in Tacoma, WA
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Gig Harbor Film Festival
3006 Judson St
Gig Harbor, WA 98335 Directions
Get your ticket to the Gig Harbor Film Festival where movie makers and movie watchers collide for a reel good time. This film festival is still an infant and growing fast, so be sure to be on time to get your front-row seats to see the best lights, camera and action in town.
Tacoma Craft Beer Festival
Festival goers at Tacoma Craft Beer Festival know there's a wild time on tap! Rain or shine, this outdoor festival flows with 80 ice cold beers pouring from 40 craft beer makers. Sit back with a cold one and rock to live music and grab grub to soak up all those delicious brews.
Tacoma Film Festival
606 S Fawcett Ave
Tacoma, WA 98402 Directions
Get in on the action at Tacoma Film Festival, where for seven days you can eat, drink and talk cinema until the awards come home. Screen films from film makers all around the world, including from film makers in your Pacific Northwest backyard. You'll find all the films showing at Tacoma's cool Grand Cinema.
Victorian Heritage Days
Travel back to the Victorian era at the Victorian Heritage Days celebration. The festival celebrates the heritage of the Port Townsend Historic District being one of only three ports on the entire coast of the United States. Festival goers tour the open houses, see Victorian crafts and watch a Victorian fashion show.
Washington State Fair
110 9th Ave
Puyallup, WA 98371 Directions
Adam Lambert, Billy Currington, Uncle Cracker and Kid Rock have visited the Puyallup Fair, the single largest annual fair attraction in Washington. Celebrate with more than one million festival goers for seventeen days of concerts and food, where the fun never ends.
Get in the mood for some music and head over to the Wintergrass Festival in Tacoma. Hit the greens with thousands of festival goers to listen to family friendly Bluegrass music. These pick ‘n' concerts break out on four stages for four days of the best bluegrass, jazz, old timey and other great acoustic string music.
- • Olympic Peninsula Rivers - Steelhead/Salmon
- • Columbia River, Cowlitz River
- • Fly Fishing