The annual Rooftop Brewing Company Block Party will be pumping out live music from noon to midnight at its brewery and expanded taproom near Fishermen’s Terminal on Saturday, Aug. 10.

Rooftop has held an anniversary party every year it’s been in business, and last year staff decided to make it a block party, said cofounder Craig Christian. This is the second year neighboring Greenhome Solutions has opened its parking lot for the event.

A free, all-ages event, the block party will have face painting from 2-6 p.m., sidewalk chalk, cornhole and life-sized Jenga games, plus a dunk tank.

“My staff wants to see me in there a little bit and I guess dunk me. I guess there are worse things, right?” Christian said.

The dunk tank will be used to raise funds for the Seattle Humane Society, which will have an adoption event during the block party.

“We’ve always included some sort of charitable giving in all of our events. We always try to pick a community-based nonprofit,” Christian said.

Naked City Brewery’s Don Web will be among the local celebrities up for dunking on Aug. 10.

There will also be raffle tickets on sale to benefit Seattle Humane.

Rooftop is using the celebration to release its Gateway Hazy Pale Ale in 12-ounce cans, which can be paired with food from SoSo Good and Theo’s Gyros. Sweet Treats will have dessert options.

The music lineup includes School of Rock House Bands, DJ Bobby, Stranger in the Alps, Winks and Nods, and Reclamation Project.

Rooftop is at 1220 W. Nickerson St.