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Kitsapplefest Pinup Registration

Kitsapplefest Pinup Registration



August 3
12:00 pm - 8:00 pm


Bushel & Barrel Ciderhouse
201 Northwest Beaver Ridge
Poulsbo, WA 98370 United States
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Register to participate as a pinup for the 4th Annual KITSAPPLE FEST!

Welcome to the Fourth Annual KITSAPPLE FEST, hosted by Bushel and Barrel Ciderhouse! We will be featuring not only delicious food and ciders, but pairing up with classic cars, pinup models and live music!

This festival is sure to be ‘Rockin’ to the Core’ so make sure you sign up to be part of the fun!

Current Music Linup:

David’s Lion and Friends 2-4PM Outside firetruck stage

Tropical Sensation 5-8PM Outside firetruck stage

Sorry, but no outside food or drink will be allowed. We will have food trucks and many drink options to choose from.

Stay tuned for which food trucks will be on site with excellent options.

Event is welcoming participants for classic car/ hot rod entries and also pinup models!

Participant Entry info below:

Pinup models… don’t let that spook you because we welcome and encourage amateurs and first timers that just want to have a good time. Pinup is not about body shapes and sizes, but an attitude and spirit, so give it a shot!

Classic Car/ Hot Rod:

This signup is for Classic Cars and Hot Rods. Requirements for entry is that car must be 1984 or older, street legal, drivable and a fun ride you are proud to show off!

Entry fee: $30. Includes access to photos from event, 1 drink token, and access to VIP hospitality tent with snacks and drinks.

Prizes: trophies for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place. Grand prize with cash and gift cards for the big winner.

If you still are not sure about signing up, feel free to email or message Bushel & Barrel.

So who is ready for the Fouth Annual KITSAPPLE FEST? It will rock you to the Core!


The history of a pinup goes much further than the nose art on bomber planes and propaganda flyers of WW2… it is a point in history where women took control of their feminity, and were no longer afraid of hiding their curves behind long dresses and petticoats. In fact, in the 1800s, the use of a bicycle was all the rage and gave women the freedom to travel on their own, but the normal wardrobe with corsets and long skirts just wouldn’t do, so the fashion changed to showing curves and a little more skin. As history progressed, so did the role of the pinup as they were used to sell war bonds and motivate troops overseas, but the modern day pinup is still just as relevant. The modern pinup embraces her unique body and it is her way of refusing the mental constructs of what a perfect figure should be and society’s habitual body shaming. It is a beautiful thing when a woman can express confidence and joy with old school class… and that is what we hope to share with Kitsap and our community.


Melissa Kittrell