A Music Festival in Eastport (723 Second Street) on June 21, 2008. All kinds of music for all kinds of people all day long.
1 Day, 3 Stages, 27 Bands, 15 Bucks – Celebrating 12 Years of Great Local Music on the Shores of Back Creek in Annapolis. The streets and sidewalks will be lined with vendor booths featuring local artisans, craft makers, non-profit organizations, entertainment and much more. The Kids Area, always a popular section of the festival, will feature a moon bounce, face painters, tattoo artists, laser tag, cotton candy and other great family-friendly activities.
A range of food items will be available for purchase throughout the event, including BBQ, hot dogs, hamburgers, grilled chicken, Italian sausages, gyros , snow cones and more. Young and old will enjoy the variety of beverages on hand, including Miller and Yuengling products, Moveable Mixtures full range of alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages, smoothies and coffee drinks.
Music is a key ingredient of Eastport a Rockin’, as it has been since the very beginning. Over the last 11 years, Eastport a Rockin’ has featured such bands as Good Charlotte and Jimmy’s Chicken Shack, and the next big act might be in this year’s line-up. From rock to folk to roots to jazz to bluegrass to funk, the breadth of music types found at the Festival is sure to please everyone who attends.
Them Eastport Oyster Boys Hypnotic Panties Eleven:54 Red Racer Vinn Fiz The Grilled Lincolns Pasadena Wild Rovers The Fitzmaurice Band Jordan Page Laura Brino Stockyard Skribe 4 Piece Racket Jenn Grinels Woody Lissauer Fall Back Plan Jessie Hofmann OutReach Pressing Strings Marco Solo & The Samples The Big Hurt The Signal The Radiance Effect Flawless Letters for Lovers Never Not Ever
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I went on Sunday. The bands were great! I thought that $15 to get in was too much, and having to wait on line to purchase tickets to then wait on yet another line to use the tickets to buy food and drinks is really annoying too. The event then, not so great, but the bands really made up for it.
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