Methow Valley Brewfest
In the heart of the Methow Valley, Old Schoolhouse Brewery is excited to partner with our local Evergreen Mountain Bike Alliance - Methow Chapter for our 2nd Annual Methow Valley Brewfest in conjunction with their Singletrack Solstice Ride.
When: Saturday, June 22nd
Where: the Barn in Winthrop, WA
Times: 4pm to 8pm (Brewfest, poured inside the Barn)
7pm to 10pm (music outside)
We're going to have a fun, festive Brewfest in the barn with over a dozen carefully selected breweries and cideries, then will move to our outdoor stage, in the park next to the Barn. This second part of the evening will be open to all ages and we will have a beer garden fenced off in that area as well.
Special Musical Guests: Marshall Law
When your eyes have been closed for hours and you finally turn on the light, for a moment everything is a kaleidoscopic of explosive colors. Then, just as suddenly, you have new clarity. This is what happens the first time you hear the music of Seattles Marshall Law Band, a group that blends the power of hip-hop and the playfulness of funk.
The six-piece group, which formed in the Emerald City in 2016, provides electricity to all your senses, igniting your body and soul. Their intention is to inspire and they do so through both classical instrumentation and a near-reckless abandon on stage. Fronted by emcee and lyricist Marshall Hugh, the Marshall Law Band recently released their debut EP, Nostos, A Hero's Journey which is a concept record with the Joseph Campbells heros journey archetype at its core.
Informed and inspired by works of classic literature - tomes like The Odyssey and The Hero with a Thousand Faces - the EP hits hard like a warrior in battle and grins big like one in victory. To drive home the hero's journey theme, the MLB wrote and performed their own Hip Opera which debuted at the end of 2018. A theatrical concert that employed some of their favorite Seattle musicians, the impact of the Hip Opera was felt across the city. Local NBC News affiliate KING 5 brought Marshall Hugh on to talk about the Hip Opera and the bands debut EP.
Since the success of the Hip Opera, Marshall Hugh has been developing a heros journey workshop, designed to help local teenagers goal set, overcome obstacles, and become a hero in their own lives, families, and communities. Versatile musicians Josh Richins, Zack Olson, Evan Robertson, Matt McAlman, Marty Thordarson, and Marshall Hugh are looking forward to a a debut album and a West Coast tour in 2019.
The Winthrop Barn and Town Park (View)
51 N. Hwy 20
Winthrop, WA 98862
|Minimum Age: 21|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|