Start the Independence Day weekend with two days of entertainment with the Methow Music Festival at the Twisp River Tap House on Saturday and Sunday (July 2 and 3).
The free event, which also celebrates the tap house’s first anniversary, is from 12:30 p.m. to closing each day.
Performers include the Polyrhythmics’ side project the Unsinkable Heavies; Methow Valley’s Crunk Monks; blues guitarist Rojer Arnold; Okanogan-based singer-songwriters Sebastian Gamble and Blake Austin, and Harvey; Make Up Sax; rock guitarist Gregg Hardy; and The Jack Maybe Project.
Also on tap are a pig roast, Ruud Awaking IPA brats, veggie brats and drink specials.
The festival is a benefit for the Evergreen Mountain Bike Alliance Methow Chapter benefit. For information, visit twisprivertaphouse.com.