Kayla Reitmeier, of University Place, center was at Woodsticks 2016 to offer support for her aspiring drummer and grandson Evan Carlson, 10 of Gig Harbor on Sunday, but s had to plug her ears in self defense. Hundreds of drummers, including a handful of celebrity musicians, turned out at Emerald Queen Casino ballroom in Tacoma to find their beat and support youth music programs.
Kayla Reitmeier, of University Place, center was at Woodsticks 2016 to offer support for her aspiring drummer and grandson Evan Carlson, 10 of Gig Harbor on Sunday, but s had to plug her ears in self defense. Hundreds of drummers, including a handful of celebrity musicians, turned out at Emerald Queen Casino ballroom in Tacoma to find their beat and support youth music programs. Dean J. Koepfler dkoepfler@thenewstribune.com
Kayla Reitmeier, of University Place, center was at Woodsticks 2016 to offer support for her aspiring drummer and grandson Evan Carlson, 10 of Gig Harbor on Sunday, but s had to plug her ears in self defense. Hundreds of drummers, including a handful of celebrity musicians, turned out at Emerald Queen Casino ballroom in Tacoma to find their beat and support youth music programs. Dean J. Koepfler dkoepfler@thenewstribune.com

Woodstick draws hundreds of drummers to Tacoma

April 03, 2016 5:44 PM

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