Pump up the jam: art, five musical groups and wine, beer tasting

All part of Sept. 14 fall Art Walk in historic downtown Auburn

  • Friday, September 7, 2018 6:59am
  • Business

Auburn’s historic downtown welcomes Northwest artists, fine wines, craft beer and music to its Art Walk and Wine Tasting fall event Friday, Sept. 14.

The event is 5:30 to 8:30 p.m.

Artists will display and sell original handmade-quality paintings, photography, sculptures and wearable artwork in downtown businesses.

Three local breweries – Scamp and Rail Hop’N, both of Auburn, and Puyallup River Breweries – will bring the flavor for tastings.

Five music venues will fill the air with funk, folk, rock, electronica and classical tunes – creating sounds for everyone’s taste. Zola’s Cafe will introduce Seattle JazzED, a combo of talented high school-aged performers.

Other locations welcome the music of: Paul Johnson at Auburn Arts & Culture Center; Davidson Brothers at the City Hall courtyard; Crystal Chromatica at Corestar Pilates; and the Auburn Symphony Trio at Sylvan Learning.

The art walk is free, but tasting tickets are $15 pre-sale and $20 at the event and include eight 1-one ounce tastes and a custom glass. Pre-sale tickets are available at auburnartwalk.com or at Corestar Pilates (205 E. Main St.), Grocery Outlet (102 Cross St. SE), and Zola’s Cafe (402 E. Main St.) through Sept. 13.

A walking map, tasting tickets, custom glass and age verification will be provided at the day of event at the information booths at Plaza Park on Main Street across from City Hall and the parking lot at the corner of East D and Main Streets.

For more information or for wine tasting tickets, visit auburnartwalk.com.




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