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If you like art, wine and jazz, the 5th annual Arts, Wine & Jazz Festival is the event for you. Celebrate all things Maryland in a setting of incredible beauty.
The Festival will take place on Saturday, August 13, 2022, from 12 pm to 6 pm at the Lock House Museum. It is located where the beautiful Susquehanna River meets the Chesapeake Bay.
The Festival will feature some of the best local and regional wineries, breweries, and distilleries. Participate in tastings. If you find a wine or spirit you like, you can purchase a bottle at the Festival to take home with you.
Some of Maryland’s top food vendors will be at the Festival with their signature dishes available for purchase.
Great arts and crafts as well as service vendors will be at the Festival to provide a great shopping experience. Have fun browsing their wares and you could find something very special for yourself or for a loved one.
Enjoy fun in the sun at this family friendly outdoor event. Bring lawn chairs and/or blankets and settle in to enjoy hours of jazz listening pleasure.
The Festival has an impressive line up of jazz artists, including
Kyla Waters is an award winning urban jazz pianist, composer and music director. She was the first female pianist and composer to top Billboard charts at Number 1 for 6 consecutive weeks.
Chandra & the Ryze Band
Chandra has a fantastic array of musical selections from Billie Holliday to Mary J Blige. Her unique style and high energy will have you out of your seat dancing.
Saxl Rose is a multi-instrumentalist, producer and touring musician. He is best known for his eclectic style and ability to jump from genre to genre.
Havre de Grace
All proceeds will benefit the Havre de Grace Colored Museum & Cultural Center.
The Havre de Grace Colored School was the first public high school for African American students. This 110 year old historic school building symbolizes the legacies of those ancestors who fiercely fought for better education opportunities for African American students. Visit the school and hear its story of determination and perseverance.
Havre de Grace, Maryland, is within 12 miles of Bel Air, Aberdeen, Edgewood, Perryman, Rising Sun and Port Deposit. Havre de Grace is 33 miles from Baltimore, 57 miles from Philadelphia and 67 miles from Washington, D.C.
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