This weekend Sub Pop Records celebrated 25 years of its record company in Georgetown. The event was free to the public with tons of live bands playing on three different stages, beer gardens and food. The day was warm and the crowds were getting thick in the early afternoon when I went. I walked around and looked at the different food trucks. I had already eaten lunch so nothing really jumped out at us. Plus I planned on attending the Bastille Bash that evening so I wanted to save my money and my stomach. They closed Airport Way for the event so the crowds wouldn't have to navigate the narrow sidewalks.
Here's a link to the event so you can read more about the lineup and the local bands that performed at Sub Pop.
Top Pot Doughnuts was one of the many food trucks at the event.
I was tempted by this crepe truck but knew I'd be eating some French treats later at the Bastille Festival.
The live music at Sub Pop's Silver Jubilee.
The Beer Garden at Georgetown's brewery where they had another stage and more food trucks. I'm sure there was an even bigger crowd later that night. Sub Pop was held from noon until around 10:30 pm.