All afternoon and into the night, a Philly-centric lineup of live bands play across three stages. In the middle of the festival, a dedicated space for street performers brings additional entertainment.
Guests find plenty of food and drink vendors providing an array of eats and drinks and merchandise vendors selling crafts, clothes and more.
Located at 100 Hollins Street, Baltimore MD 21223
The Sowebo Arts and Music Festival takes place every year on the Sunday of Memorial Day Weekend. It is an always free and utterly unique festival surrounding the historic Hollins Market. This event is all about bringing together local music, local visual artists and entertainers, great food, community engagement, and fun for all ages.
Each week, shop at more than 20 curated art and craft vendors Saturdays and Sundays beginning May 19 from 12 pm - 5 pm. Each vendor will be set up al fresco style under a tree-lined walkway, perfect for strolling while sipping a frozen drink. The vendors will change each week, so be sure you visit www.artstarcraftbazaar.com/about-spruce-street-harbor-park for the latest vendor lineup.
Fells Point is welcoming warmer months with the 2nd annual event full of amazing jazz musicians, curated art, family-friendly fun, food and libations!
Featuring an artists and artisans marketplace, live Jazz music, photos for moms, a kids pack and food and drinks from local vendors, this outdoor festival is free to attend.
*While the event is free to attend, Fells Point Main Street will be selling drink wristbands for $3 - anyone wishing to purchase alcohol onsite must have a wristband.
FOR MORE INFO - INCLUDING LINE UP, VISIT - jazzandartsfestival.com
**This is a rain or shine event, no refunds on ticket purchases.
***Mother's Day Photo Package tickets available for purchase HERE.
Hydra is and will always be the place to see the best in underground art in the area. To make sure no one forgets, we bring you yet another opportunity for visual rehydration. Rehydrate IIII will featuring over a dozen incredible artists exhibiting painting, photography, sculpture and more. To truly quench your thirst, the Reading Distilling Guild will be holding down the bar.
Wait, no music? That would be... Down Right Rude!
The festival is a free, all-ages event. Food, drink and shopping is pay-as-you-go.
The all-ages event typically spans 12-plus city blocks and features more than 30 area restaurants and bars serving al fresco, over 125 boutiques and businesses catering to visitors’ style and shopping needs, several bands rocking multiple stages and performance areas, and dozens of artists selling their handmade wares.
Philadelphia's tastiest food festival is back! Flavors on the Avenue returns with five blocks of street food, seasonal sips, craft beer, live music, sidewalk sales and free family fun – from Broad to Dickinson streets. Over two dozen award-winning restaurants and bars will bring their signature cuisine outside. Craft beer, wine and seasonal sips will be pouring to quench your thirst. Free to attend and open to all ages. Save the date, invite your friends!