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Steve Graham | steven@whatradio.com
Published: Thursday, August 14, 2014, 5:46 p.m.

Beer Fest after party at The Cannery on Saturday

  • Ivan and Alyosha play The Cannery in Everett on Saturday night.

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    Ivan and Alyosha play The Cannery in Everett on Saturday night.

This Saturday will see thousands of beer fans flood downtown Everett for the Experience Everett Craft Beer Festival. Sure a beer festival is fun, but not as much fun as it would be with some music. So the folks at Experience Everett and Everett Music Initiative have made sure that there will be plenty of great tunes to enjoy during and after the beer fest.

Two of Everett’s favorite local bands, Preacher’s Wife and Born of Ghosts (both of which have debut albums coming out soon), will be performing at 1:30pm and 3:30pm at the beer festival.

When the Craft Beer Festival closes things down at 6:oopm the Everett Music Initiative will be hosting the after party at The Cannery (2820 Oakes Ave, Everett). Performing at the after party are Ivan & Alyosha, Joseph, Marshall McLean Band and Jr. Geezer.

Considering Ivan & Alyosha perform all over the world and Joseph has sold out shows in Everett and Seattle and are in the middle of an extensive west coast tour with Marshall McLean Band this should prove to be a very special night for music in Everett.

Tickets to the after party are $10 and music will start at 7pm. Ticket can be purchased at Brown Paper Tickets.



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