The Gray Sky Blues Music Festival will be held Saturday, April 11th, 2015, immediately following the Daffodil Festival Grand Floral Parade in Tacoma. It will feature some of the best Blues musicians to be found west of the Mississippi. Venues are in downtown Tacoma include the Harmon Brewery, the Swiss Restaurant and Pub. An "After-Festival Party" will be held at B Sharp Coffee House. You'll discover why Tacoma is a thriving part of the music scene on the West Coast!
Events Commission brings an old-fashioned harvest
celebration to the South Sound with the Orting
. Designed primarily as a
food festival featuring items made with pumpkin ingredients,
we'll also celebrate agriculture, music, and lots of
pumpkins! Hayrides, pumpkin carving contests and
Pumpkins Pals on Parade gives the children a place to show
off their favorite pumpkin costume. Musical
entertainment is scheduled throughout the day. This
event will take you back to the good ol' days of fun,
For more information about TEC projects, or to get involved, contact us at:
4109 Bridgeport Way W
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2015 Gray Sky Blues Festival
GRAY SKY BLUES FESTIVAL VOLUNTEERS NEEDED ON SATURDAY, APRIL 11 . Like so many wonderful community events, Gray Sky Blues Music Festival is dependent on the generosity of volunteers. Read more about volunteering.
Photo Gallery of the
The Pumpkin Festival was a big hit! Check out our photo gallery of some of the fun and excitement!
Click here to see how you can be a part of the celebration!
Selected as one of ten "World's Best" fireworks events by Discovery.com and the Travel Channel. Also recognized as a best event by USA Today, CNN, The Wall Street Journal, and the News Tribune.
Many thanks to Worthy Music Ministries, a terrific sponsor of both Freedom Fair and the Orting Pumpkin Fest. We appreciate their strong support of our events. View their Freedom Fair stage flyer.
Salmon Festival 2009 was a great
a photo gallery of the 2009 Salmon Festival.