Middleton’s Asparagus Festival is BACK this Saturday following pandemic hiatus

PASCO, Wash. — For the first time in two years, the Asparagus Festival hosted by Middleton Six Sons Farm in Pasco is back and it’s happening this Saturday.

Officials describe the event as “the kick-off to Agricultural Season in the Columbia Basin. This festival is a celebration of the first of many fruits and vegetables harvested in the Basin.”

The festival is located at 1050 Pasco-Kahlotus Rd. and will take place from 4 p.m. to 10 p.m. on May 21.

According to a Facebook post, the fest will feature activities like:

Field Tours: Meet the farmers and discover how asparagus is grown and harvested (a true farm to table experience).

Amazing Food: All of our food vendors are asked to include asparagus in their entree offerings.

Fun for the Family: It wouldn’t be Middleton’s without including some of our fun festival activities like the Ballzone, Jumping Pillow, Ziplines, Trikes, Slides, and Grain Train.

Music and Entertainment: Stompin Ground will entertain us with great music.

Taste the Asparagus: We offer free samples of pickled and grilled asparagus.”

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