The only music festival of its kind in Kitsap County, The Kustom Kulture Festival is dedicated to promoting and preserving public interest in the cars, music, and culture of the 1950's and 60's.
Just a short ferry ride from Seattle, or an even shorter drive from Tacoma, the festival is in its 9th year and draws cars, bands, and spectators from all over the country (and the world).
Everyone is welcome, and all of the proceeds go to a good cause:
100% of the car show registrations benefit the YWCA ALIVE shelter!
The YWCA of Kitsap County provides services that offer hope and “new beginnings” for families affected by domestic violence. Over 6,000 community members access YWCA services annually.
The Alternatives to Living in a Violent Environment - or, “ALIVE” - shelter provides emergency housing and a comprehensive range of support services for those seeking a better life. 100% of the car show registration funds go directly to the shelter.
North Kitsap Fishline serves the community with the largest food bank in the area, distributing over a million pounds of food every year to over 3000 families.