Sip, Suds, and Si Returns to North Bend to Celebrate Local Businesses and More

Mark your calendars for an evening of community spirit, local flavors, and live music as the North Bend Downtown Foundation (NBDF) brings back the highly anticipated event, “Sip, Suds, and Si.” The event is set to take place on Saturday, September 9th, from 6 to 9 p.m. in the historic district of downtown North Bend.

Embracing Local Culture

Coordinated by the NBDF, this event is designed to celebrate the best North Bend has to offer. From unique shops and quality restaurants to talented musicians, this celebration aims not just to entertain but also to enrich the community. Visitors are encouraged to arrive early to secure parking and explore the many charming boutiques and eateries that downtown North Bend has to offer.

How It Works

While all shops, restaurants, and services will be open for business during the event, those looking to indulge in wine and beer tastings will need to purchase an advance ticket and provide age verification. If you’re under 21, don’t fret; you can still join in on the walk and explore what the local vendors have to offer—minus the alcohol tastings, of course.

A Thriving Turnout Expected

According to the NBDF, the event is expected to draw over 450 attendees between 6 and 9 p.m. It’s worth noting that city streets will remain open throughout the event, so participants will be utilizing sidewalks and crosswalks to journey from one venue to another.

Giving Back

Proceeds from Sip, Suds, and Si will go towards various NBDF programs that focus on beautifying the downtown area and supporting local initiatives. Ticket purchases and additional information about the event can be found at North Bend Downtown Foundation’s official website.

A Diverse Lineup of Vendors

This year’s roster is as diverse as it is exciting. Attendees can look forward to:

  • Mastroianni Distillery at Vintage Baristas
  • Washington Gold Cider at Birches Habitat
  • Whidbey Island Distillery at Main Street Pilates featuring music by The W Lovers
  • Snoqualmie Brewery at North Bend Bakery
  • Mt. Si Winery at DT Vintage
  • 4Good Hard Seltzer at Singletrack Cycles
  • Dru Bru at Singletrack Cycles
  • Black Raven Brewery, Presented By Iron Duck at Singletrack Cycles featuring music by Joel Astley
  • Naches Heights Winery at Twin Peaks Wellness Boutique featuring music by Alex Ashley
  • 2 Towns Cider at Pressed On Main
  • Stina Cellars at Erika Laureano Design
  • William Grassie Winery at North Bend Trading Co. featuring music by Sam Burrows
  • Happy Hour and Vintage Cartoons at the North Bend Theatre

The Little Extras

Tickets include a tasting glass featuring the new “Tipsy Elk” art. So not only do you get to taste exceptional local wines and beers, but you also get to take home a piece of local artistry.

Save the Date

Don’t miss out on this incredible community event. Meet at the Train Depot at 4 p.m. on September 9th to kick off an evening of celebrating local businesses and the broader North Bend community. See you there!

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