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CHOMP!, King County’s local food celebration, returns Aug. 21 to Marymoor Park


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CHOMP!, King County’s local food celebration, returns Aug. 21 to Marymoor Park


Learn about what’s fresh in King County and join us for a full-day of food-centric fun with local farmers, activities, live music, food vendors and more at CHOMP! Aug. 21, at Marymoor Park.


Since 2015, CHOMP! hasHmong_flowers_CHOMP_21 supported King County Executive Dow Constantine’s Local Food Initiative by celebrating local farmers, chefs and restaurants using locally-sourced food, and local organizations specializing in healthy food, sustainability, and social justice. 

This year, CHOMP! returns to Marymoor Park on Aug. 21 for a full day of live music, local food and activities for all.

For this year’s music lineup, CHOMP! is excited to host:

Watchhouse (formerly Mandolin Orange)
Caspar Babypants
Sundae & Mr Goessl
Ben Hunter
Tekla Waterfield with Jeff Fielder
Jimmy James (The True Loves) with Tiffany Wilson
Country Dave

CHOMP! is made possible by King County Parks and is produced by Artist Home, which produces such events as the successful Timber! Outdoor Music Festival at King County’s Tolt-MacDonald Park in Carnation, Timbrrr! Winter Festival in Leavenworth, and Doe Bay Fest on Orcas Island. Artist Home is known for integrating unique natural settings into the event experience, and uniting music, community and nature.

For more details about CHOMP! and to sign up for e-mail updates, visit the website,, or follow updates via the CHOMP! Facebook page and Facebook Event page.  

CHOMP! Facebook page
CHOMP! Facebook Event
CHOMP! Press Photos
CHOMP! Artist Photos

Doug Williams, King County Department of Natural Resources and Parks, 206-477-4543

 King County Parks
King County Parks - Your Big Backyard - offers 205 parks and 32,000 acres of open space, including popular destinations such as Marymoor Park and Cougar Mountain Regional Wildland Park, plus 175 miles of regional trails, 250 miles of backcountry trails, and a world-class aquatic center. We envision parks, trails, and natural lands for all, sustained with the cooperative efforts of our community.