Saturday, 09 October 2021


Groove Colony

Jack Parker

Joe Blaser

$25 for 10 4-oz samples and Oktoberfest glass


21 and over

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About Rocktoberfest


Tons of beer. Local and international fall flavors. And a whole lotta fun! At this music-meets-Oktoberfest, you'll find 17 beers and 3 ciders from McMenamins, food specials and live music.

Live Music

Joe Blaser • 1-3pm (Oompah)
Jack Parker • 5-7pm (Modern Rock)
Groove Colony • 8-10pm (Funk, Jazz, Rock)

McMenamins Beer

Elks Temple - Sabro Fresh Hop Pale Ale
Anderson School - Mosaic Fresh Hop Lager
Kalama Harbor Lodge - Fuzzy Dew Blast Hazy IPA
Edgefield - Lord Gourd - Barrel-aged Pumpkin Stout
Cornelius Pass Roadhouse - Pieve Pils - Italian-style Pilsner
Kennedy School - Kennedy School Festbräu - Oktoberfest/Marzen Lager
Crystal Brewery - Alt-ernative Plans - German Altbier
Old St. Francis School - Fest Love - Oktoberfest/Marzen Lager
Fulton Pub & Brewery - Pretty as a Peach - Peach Ale
Thompson Brewery & Pub - Oregon Night - Boysenberry Poblano Fruit and Pepper Beer
John Barleycorns - Dumbfounded Double IPA
East Vancouver - Ubertragbar Marzen - Oktoberfest/Marzen Lager

Guest Beer

Radeberger Brewery - Radeberger Pilsner - Imported German Pilsner
Ayinger Brewery - Celebrator Doppelbock - Imported German Doppelbock


Edgefield Winery - Apricot Black Tea Cider
Edgefield Winery - Blueberry Peach Cider

About Groove Colony

Groove Colony The Groove Colony, A Tacoma based band with a Heavy influence of 70's thru current music of all genres, from blues to rock country, gospel, soul, jazz, Latin, and many others. Band members ages range from 50's to the 20's 's so the spectrum is very dynamic and diverse.

About Jack Parker

Jack Parker

Over the span of his 20-year career, Jack Parker has taken his life-long journey through the peaks and valleys, and shaped a musical sound reminiscent of a timeless America. For years, Parker has been the ingenious six-string slinger interpreting other people's songs from "stage-right" as a founding member of Tumbledown (along with Mike Herrera of MxPx), and Rocky Point All-Stars (Parker was also a guitarist for the legendary Bremerton punk band MxPx from 2011-2016), but more recently he has taken center-stage to write, sing, and play his own songs that have an air of rambling down the open road, but ultimately a longing for coming home. His roots lie in the heart of the great Pacific Northwest, right next to the shores of Puget Sound.

Parker released his first solo EP entitled Homegrown (also available on Vinyl LP) in 2014. The album opens with the exciting southern-rocker "It's So Good (To Be Back Home)" that mixes the attitude of his Tumbledown twang with his meticulous ear for melody. He sings about loving life on the road, but that coming home is what makes it all worthwhile. On other songs like "I Might Love You," "Gone," and "Put Me Down," he pulls beautifully from his bluegrass and southern rock influences like Tony Rice or The Outlaws, to create a whole new sound all his own. His songs invoke a romantic sense of longing, for overcoming pain caused by life's hardships and failed relationships, coupled with a desire to find true joy.

In 2019 Parker proudly formed "Jack Parker and The Remedy," an exciting, dynamic, electric band that performs songs from Homegrown, as well as some all-new material. He is currently working on a full-length follow-up album to be released sometime in the near future, and has already released two brand new singles, "United We Spiral," and "No Regrets" from the forthcoming new album!

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