Auburn’s Mary Olson Farm Celebrates 10 Years of Hops & Crops Music and Beer Festival

Saturday, September 14, 12 p.m. – 6 p.m.

The 10thAnnual Hops & Crops Music and Beer Festivalrocks the Mary Olson Farm on September 14th. Local brews and cool tunes are on tap at this highly anticipated annual event. Nestled in its own canyon alongside the roaring Green River, the historic Mary Olson Farm is an ideal place to listen to live music and sample some of the region’s best beverages. The festival is for those age 21 and over and features 30+ craft brews and ciders from local breweries. Live music performances showcase the diverse NW music scene. This year the event will be headlined by Seattle soulful indie rockers PICKWICK.

Over 900 guests are expected and most bring along camp chairs and blankets so they can sit back and enjoy the music. Leashed dogs are welcome. Free tours of the historic farmhouse are offered, and an educational  “Hops Craze” exhibit is on display.

Classic lawn games and food trucks can be found in the orchard, in between hundred year old apple trees and hops vines. All proceeds from the event support educational programming at the Mary Olson Farm.

Hops & Crops is proud to be sponsored by Explore Auburnand the Auburn Downtown Association.

Live Performances By: PICKWICK, Will West and The Friendly Strangers, The Cottonwood Cutups, and Great American Trainwreck

Breweries: Bad Jimmy’s Brewing, Snoqualmie Falls Brewery, Rail Hop’n Brewing, Flying Lion Brewing, Scamp Brewing, Half Lion Brewing, Lumber House Brewery, Acorn Brewing, Dystopian State Brewing, Fremont Brewing, Geaux Brewing, Schilling Cider

Food: Stella Fiore Wood Fired Pizza and Hot Revolution Donuts to date

Tickets: $15 online before 9/6, $20 at the gate, includes 5 ounce taster mug and five taster tickets, $10 designated driver/ no taste admission available at the gate only

Purchase tickets at the festival or online at: https://www.wrvmuseum.org/hopsandcrops