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Reggae on the Way is coming and soon. July 27, 2019

Surrounded by several new updated bars on South Tacoma Way this is the event not to miss. South Tacoma Way has some great Bars to check out in the area.

The Opal Lounge will be open with South Bay BBQ and Great Beer. Check it out brand new and redone with a super new back patio to boot.
Airport Tavern the games the great setting and terrific beverages.
The Mule Tavern the best Moscow Mules in town.
The Church Cantina with a super beer line up and great tacos.
Dawson’s Bar n Grill Cold beer and close to the stages.
Close by Edison City Alehouse will be open for great beverages just down the road and a great place to relax before or after or during.

From Reggae in the Way – A Tacoma tradition was born July 30 2017 as thousands of happy revelers descended on the city’s resurgent South Tacoma Way for the inaugural Reggae on the Way festival.

The sold-out event – created by Danno Presents – filled two city blocks with buoyant island grooves from Common Kings, Anuhea and other main stage acts, the mouth-watering aroma of gourmet burgers, barbecue, and enough smiling faces to remind old-school Tacomans of a time when that stretch of South Tacoma Way, between 52nd and 56th streets, was the city’s premier entertainment district.

Musically, Puget Sound may best be known for grunge and garage-rock; but veteran promoter Dan Rankin has long known there is an insatiable appetite for reggae here, too, dating back to his days booking and managing and booking hotspot clubs and venues throughout Tacoma & Seattle, Producing Art On The Ave and curating other festivals. Last year, his vision of South Tacoma’s potential gelled as he and his wife, Jessica, were renovating the Airport Tavern, an iconic neighborhood watering hole they re-opened in May of 2017.

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