Redhook’s 30th Birthday Bash to Feature Devo, Psychedelic Furs and Tom Tom Club

July 11th, 2011 · 8 Comments · Events, Washington Breweries

Redhook turns 30 this year, and they’ve decided to party like it’s 1981. In addition to a special band lineup featuring Devo as the headliner, they will be releasing their Extra Special Birthday Beer as the second beer in their Blueline Series for the event. Tickets for the September 17th bash are now available online for $30 in advance.

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On September 17th Redhook and a couple thousand of his friends will be partying like it’s 1981, in celebration of his 30th Birthday! We will be rocking out with our Redhook out to headliner Devo and opening acts The Psychedelic Furs and Tom Tom Club, with special guest Mitten. In addition to a sweet band line-up the party will have food from the Forecasters Public House, beer… and did we mention beer? Brewed special for this party, Redhook will be serving up cold pints of Extra Special Birthday Beer along with some other tasty favorites.
September 17th 2011
Redhook Brewery in Woodinville
Tickets $30, $40 at the gate
Tickets available for purchase at and at the Forecasters Public House
Gates at 3 pm
Music starts at 4:30
21+ only
General admission
Rain or shine
No re-entry
No blankets, chairs, outside food/beverage


8 Comments so far ↓

  • Wondering

    Is there any way to get tickets and avoid the $7 fee plus the $1.50 fee? $8.50 total about.
    I don’t want to drive to Woodinville to purchase tickets either. Are they available at the RedHook Brewery in Ballard?

  • uncomfortable

    Redhook might be 30 but the people who would attend this would be 40+ and you don’t want us to sit in a chair or on a blanket? that’s dumb.

  • IfYouCan'tStandUpStayHome

    How in the world anyone could sit during Devo, the Furs, or the TTC is beyond me. I’m 40 and don’t intend to stop dancing the entire time.

  • robo

    I hope that they have some beer that’s not bitter! I don’t like bitter.

  • Laura

    Food is being provided by Forecaster’s Public House…Anyone know if they’re any good?

  • Creaky

    I’m 50 and much as I’d like to dance the entire time it ain’t gonna happen. I need somewhere to sit and rest occasionally. As for non-bitter beer, Redhook is known for their ESB and IPA, but they also have some nice smoother beers. As for the food, I haven’t eaten at Forecasters for a couple years, but I do have positive memories of it. Not an extensive menu, but well prepared. Hopefully that hasn’t changed.

  • Socially Awkward Penguin

    Redhook is one of the worst breweries when it comes to events. They use events as huge revenue makers rather than promoting the beer and a good time. I’ll be staying away from this event and all future Redhook events.

  • JuliaZ

    It’s easy to keep Redhook from soaking you at one of these events… don’t buy beer ($5). I bought a cheeseburger, chips, and a soda for $9. Perfectly acceptable.

    It rained hard for hours, but the bands were better tonight than they were in the 90s… or at least, Tom Tom Club and DEVO were. I didn’t like the Psychadelic Furs back then and I didn’t think they were great tonight either. The PF lead singer looked like he was high on cocaine… he never stopped jumping up and down…

    The staff was good, the parking was free, and a good time was had. I’m glad I went.

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