Entertainment

Culinary Arts

  • Cob’s Kettle Corn
  • Crepes Parfait
  • Daisy Lane Creamery
  • Gosia Perogies
  • JB Seafood
  • Just Smokin Around
  • Kona Ice
  • Jodi’s Doughnuts

 

 

 

 

Main Stage

Friday, May 31 6p.m. – 8p.m.

The Original Booze Brothers

The Original Booze Brothers, a Frederick Maryland band founded by Lee Radcliffe and Fred Humbert, have been getting fans, young and old, dancing for years. Their high energy Motown inspired songs have all been rearranged to maximize the audiences’ listening and dancing experience. Anti-depression Blues for the masses.

 

Saturday, June 1

11:30a.m. – 1:00p.m

Cecelia Grace

With a distinct and jaw dropping voice, twenty-four year old Cecilia Grace is an award winning singer-songwriter from Baltimore, MD. Her raw vocals have been compared to mega pop stars Maren Morris, Lady Gaga, Meghan Trainor and Stevie Nicks. With her knack for improv between songs, Cecilia’s banter with audiences makes them feel like they’re hanging with a friend whether she’s on stage or on social media.

 

1:00p.m. – 4:30p.m.

The CRAWDADDIES

East Coast’s legendary roots rock, party band infuses Cajun, Zydeco, Blues, Roots Rock, Ska and Reggae into an incomparable, groove-laden sound that is unquestionably their own.

The Crawdaddies have toured the USA extensively earning a strong grass roots following and worldwide accolades for their recordings and high-energy live show.

 

5:00p.m. – 8:30p.m.

Cathy Ponton King

Specializing in blues, swing, rock and roll, and her own rhythm and blues compositions, Cathy learned music from Muddy Waters, Albert Collins, Willie Dixon, KoKo Tayler and Bo Diddley among others, opening for them at shows, jamming on stage and spending hours backstage with the greats. Cathy’s music is featured on radio all over the world and locally on Washington DC’s jazz and blues station, WPFW.

 

5:30 p.m. – 6:00 p.m.

Anam Cara

Anam Cara is a fusion belly dance troupe based out of Frederick Maryland under the direction of Lindsey McCormick. Each member brings their own special flair and style to the table, and have demonstrated passion and love for belly dance and the desire to share that dance with as many people as possible. Anam Cara translates to “Friend of my soul” and the foundation for Troupe Anam Cara, as is each member’s love for the dance and the friendships that blossom as a result. Current members performing at the festival are Lindsey, Tracy, Jamie, Laura, Rane and Jen.  For more information on Anam Cara and Frederick belly dance classes, check us out at www.facebook.com/AnamCaraDance

 

Sunday, June 2

11:30a.m. – 1:30 p.m.

US Navy Superintendents Combo

Back by popular demand! The Superintendent’s Combo is the United States Naval Academy Band’s jazz combo designated to support the many social events hosted by the Superintendent of the United States Naval Academy. The group regularly performs for local military officials and visiting dignitaries from around the globe.

Under the direction of Senior Chief Musician James Fowler, the Superintendent’s Combo has become one of the most sought-after ensembles in the Naval Academy Band for concerts and clinics at schools throughout the region.

 

2:00p.m. – 4:30p.m.

Sweet Something

Sweet Something is an up and coming DC band with an intimate soulful sound – mixing retro Jazz lounge vibes with a contemporary flare, Latin and Soul influences, charismatic piano playing, and sultry vocals.

 

Frederick Acoustic Music Enterprise (FAME) Stage

The FAC is proud to partner with the Frederick Acoustic Music Enterprise (FAME) who programed the Acoustic stage with continual entertainment. “One of our goals is to make Frederick a music destination, so any event that will attract large numbers of people from both inside and outside Frederick county is a good place for us to showcase the musical talent that is here in Frederick,” comments Rick Hill, FAME immediate past president.

 

SATURDAY, June 1

 

11:00a.m.

Michelle Swan

Self-reflective and intensely observant, Michelle deftly weaves lyric and note together to create intensely personal songs that tell of sentiments and circumstances nonetheless familiar to all of us.

 

12:00p.m.

Ed Barney

Ed blends blues, soul and classic rock with folk and bluegrass, using his intricate guitar work to interpret and produce songs that are familiar to the ear.

 

 1:00p.m.

Thomas Roue

Captivating lyrics and vocals woven together with darn good guitar chops, Thomas Roue is the acoustic voice of Southern PA.

 

 2:00p.m.

Windon & Ricker

Soulful acoustic folk/rock that grabs your attention.  Wonderful music with terrific harmonies and some of the best guitar and bass lines in the Mid-Atlantic region.

 

3:00p.m.

Julie Lloyd

Embracing the very best elements of pop, rock and classic soul, she can move you from uncontrollable dancing to go to the brink of tears in a moment.  Juliet Lloyd is on “the cusp of stardom” according to the Boston Globe.

 

 4:00p.m.

Todd C Walker

Smooth vocals and nice guitar work blend together to produce original songs that will become old friends, mixed in with popular songs that remind you of youth and a happy heart.

 

Sunday, June 2

 11:00a.m.

Craig Cummings

Craig is a performing songwriter from Baltimore, Maryland. He uses his love of language, his strong voice, and rhythmic guitar style to craft songs that depict first-person accounts of life’s twists and turns, songs influenced by songwriters such as Guy Clark, Townes Van Zandt, Steve Earle, Rosanne Cash and Lucinda Williams.

 

12:00p.m.

Patchwork Dorothy

Playing a mix of well-known songs and genres from the 50’s to the 90’s their energetic style aims to please any audience.

 

1:00p.m.

Safe Harbor

Safe Harbor have appeared at a variety of venues throughout the tri-state area for well over a decade. Their musical style influences include rock, country, blues and more, featuring great vocal harmonies backed with solid rhythms and melodic leads to create a full sound.

 

2:00p.m.

Michael Shirf

Mike picked up the guitar at a young age, and began playing his self-taught style in church and youth coffee houses by the age of 14. His vast repertoire and sublime vocal/guitar styling are sure to please.

 

3:00p.m.

Nicole Belanus

Singer-songwriter from Falls Church, Virginia with folk-rock and soul influences.  She delivers a strong vocal performance with memorable melodies for fans of Dar Williams, Sheryl Crow and Shawn Colvin.

 

4:00p.m.

Casey Cleveland

Casey Cleveland is a singer-songwriter who is equally at home with a guitar in hand or sitting behind a drum kit, influenced by The Beatles, POCO, CSNY and The Tom Petty Band, and even a little AC/ DC. His drumming has influenced his approach to songwriting, creating music that is rhythmic and percussive by nature