This weekend, the Salmon Bay Eagles are hosting their Second Annual Oktoberfest in Ballard. The festival will be on Saturday, Sept. 26 from 3 -10 p.m. in the Aerie Social Room at the Eagles Club (5216 20th Ave NW). Tickets are $17 and will benefit Friends of the Children, a charity that pairs children from distressed neighborhoods and troubled families with paid, full-time professional mentors.
This year’s festival will include burlesque dancers, more breweries, and even some cider thrown in the mix. “Enjoy great beer from twelve local breweries and cider-makers, wieners and pretzels, live music, and burlesque performances by Faye Doe Doe & Florence Wetmore,” the organizers write. There will also be music by The Black Crabs and Smize Queen.
The admission prices includes full access to the main stage burlesque performances and live music throughout the event, plus three drink tokens, good for one 5-oz. taste each. They’ll be selling more tokens for $2 each at the event (cash preferred).
The admission price includes full access to main stage burlesque performances, live music throughout the evening, and three drink tokens good for one 5-oz. taste each. More tokens will be available for $2 each at the event (cash preferred). Featured breweries and cider houses include Bad Jimmy’s Brewing Co., Fremont Brewing Co., Georgetown Brewing, Hilliard’s Beer, Island Hoppin’ Brewery, Locust Cider, Maritime Pacific Brewing, Number 6 Cider, Peddler Brewing, Pike Brewing, Schilling Cider, Seapine Brewing Co.
The event is 21+ only.