4th of July at Fort George

Celebrate Your Independence

Fort of July

Fort George is liberating the block with independent beer and entertainment on this extended 4th of July weekend. Weather permitting, the festivities will pour into the courtyard offering live music, outdoor BBQ, and enough local craft beer to make any American proud.

Sunday, July 3rd

Cornhole Tournament from 2-5pm – sign-up begins at 1:30pm.

Royal Jelly Jive – Pre-Prohibition Jazz, Blues & Rock – 8-10pm

 

Monday, July 4th

Brian Bovenizer and the Koala Cowboys – Surf-Country-Blues – 4-5:30pm

Michael Hurley – Freak-Folk American Americana – 6-7:30pm

Down North – Funky Soul from Seattle – 8pm-Sundown

Stay late and watch the fireworks from the upstairs restaurant.

And with this being the land of the free, there is never a cover. All ages are welcome and leashed dogs are allowed in the outdoor spaces, as long as they are welcoming to everyone. Raise a pint at the public house and celebrate our Nation’s birthday. To Independence!

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