Blues Performances Highlight Tualatin Crawfish Festival

Tualatin Crawfish FestivalThe annual Tualatin Crawfish Festival is the largest event that takes place in Tualatin, and it’s filled with lots of attractions from carnival rides, food, beer, and wine booths, games, an eating contest featuring watermelon and, of course, crawfish; multiple races including a 5k and a half marathon, and great musical performances. Celebrating 66 years, the event will take place at Tualatin Community Park on Friday, August 4 and Saturday, August 5.
Friday night’s music will feature the classic rock of Dance Hall Days, but Saturday is filled with blues from four of the best local acts in Oregon. At 10:00 am, Lisa Mann will hit the stage, followed by Norman Sylvester at 1:15 pm, Ty Curtis at 4:00 pm, and closing out the festival stage will be Curtis Salgado at 7:30 pm.
Admission is free on Friday and a bargain at $5.00 on Saturday, with kids 12 and under free. Go to www.htcraceseries/event/crawfish-crawl.com for more information.