Bottles, Brews, Barbecues Event Returns to Prosser June 9 & 10 benefiting The Prosser Memorial Health Foundation
Contact: Shannon Hitchcock
Prosser, WA, April 11, 2023 - After a successful return in 2022, the Prosser Memorial Health Foundation is excited to announce the dates for Bottles, Brews, Barbecues 2023! Bottles, Brews, Barbecues is a two-day long festival in beautiful Prosser, celebrating local craft beers, wines, tasty food, and live music. The event happens Friday, June 9 and Saturday, June 10, at Prosser’s Vintners Village.
Friday night, June 9, will feature the Festival Dinner, with live music from XYZ and the Boomers and a delicious dinner by Swampy’s BBQ. Friday Festival Dinner tickets are $125.00 each and include a ticket for Saturday’s day-long event. This year’s Friday dinner will also feature an exciting Live Auction with proceeds benefiting the Prosser Memoria Health Foundation. Saturday, you can expect a full day of fun, food, beverages, and music featuring the Knutzen Brothers, XYZ & The Boomers, and Flat Possum Pickers. Saturday event General Admission Early Bird tickets are just $30 each until May 9, 2023. Event day tickets will be $40 at the gate.
Bottles, Brews, Barbecues is for those 21 years and older. This event is part of the Pacific Northwest Barbecue Association Circuit where the winner qualifies for entry into the National Contest in Tennessee! Bottles, Brews, Barbecues is sponsored by various local and PNW businesses, with proceeds benefiting the Prosser Memorial Health Foundation. To purchase tickets, learn more, or become a sponsor, visit bottlesbrewsbarbecues.com.
About Prosser Memorial Health Foundation: The Prosser Memorial Health Foundation pursues, receives, and administers donations and gifts for the benefit of Prosser Memorial Health. The Foundation is dedicated to supporting and enhancing healthcare at Prosser Memorial Health for the lower valley and surrounding region through new equipment purchases, funding for building projects, and other organizational advancements. To learn more, visit www.prosserhealth.foundation.