KENNEWICK, Wash. - The streets of downtown Kennewick transformed for the annual Grapefest.
It is a tradition that started in 1911 and continued until 1940 then stopped.
Organizers started it back up five years ago to help revitalize downtown Kennewick.
Organizers said they want to expose the beauty of the local arts and agriculture.
A few people were even dressed up like grapes. There was even actual grape stomping.