Maryland Festivals 2015

The state sometimes referred to as "Little America" lives up to its nickname by offering plenty of activities for families looking for something to do with the kids on a weekend, wine aficionados, music lovers, art enthusiasts and people who are looking to find some unique, handmade crafts. Regardless of your particular interests, there are plenty of Maryland festivals to enjoy throughout the year, with late spring and autumn being especially active festival seasons in Maryland.

Maryland State Fair (Timonium, late August through Labor Day)
Taking place near the intersection of Timonium road and York, this 11-day festival is best known for its thoroughbred racing competition and related events. The agricultural-based fair includes thousands of livestock, fresh fruit and vegetables, farm and garden exhibits and home arts displays. You'll also find carnival-style rides and local concerts for your enjoyment.

Arts and Crafts
Many of the festivals in Maryland are centered around arts and crafts. Considered one of the nation's premier craft shows, the American Craft Council Baltimore Show (Baltimore, late February) showcases everything from contemporary jewelry to handmade furniture. As one of the largest free arts festivals in the United States, Baltimore Artscape (Baltimore, mid-July) offers a little something for everyone, including hands-on crafts for children.

Music
Maryland music festivals include a little something for every preference. The Charm City Folk and Bluegrass Festival (Baltimore, April) brings together many of the region's most talented folk and bluegrass performers. Rock fans will appreciate the M3 Rock Festival (Columbia, mid-spring), which attracts a variety of alternative and rock acts. If you prefer a little horse racing with your music, Preakness Infieldfest at Pimlico (Laurel, May) is where you want to be. Also worth mentioning: Chesapeake Bay Blues Festival (Annapolis) and Delfest (Cumberland, May).

Wine
Drink in the best of the state's famed regional wines at the Double Down Wine and Beer Festival (Berlin, early October), where guests receive $20 in free slot dollars. The Winestock Festival (Rising Sun, early October) offers wine tasting courtesy of Maryland's four wineries along with live bands.

Seasonal
The most notable of the seasonal festivals in the Old Line State is the Maryland Renaissance Festival (Annapolis, early fall through mid-October) where you can celebrate the wonders of the 16th-century with events taking place on ten stages on 22 acres. Six Flags America becomes a truly scary place for families to enjoy the thrills and chills of Halloween with its annual Frightfest (Upper Marlboro, October).


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Maryland Festivals 2015

PreProm Season Sale 2015

January 2, 2015

Share It Again Consignment & Gift - Manchester, MD 21102, Manchester, Maryland


Gaithersburg Indoor Flea Market 2015

January 10, 2015

Montgomery County Fairgrounds , Gaithersburg, Maryland


The Winter Festival of Hope 2015

January 14, 2015

Maryland Hall for the Creative Arts, Annapolis, Maryland


Nautical and Wildlife Art Festival and Craft Show 2015

January 17, 2015

Convention Center - Ocean City, MD 21842, Ocean City, Maryland


In Cold Blood 2015

January 17, 2015

Charm City Art Space, Baltimore, Maryland


Maryland Community Theatre Festival 2015

January 18, 2015

Frederick County Fairgrounds, Frederick, Maryland


Baltimore Job Fair 2015

January 20, 2015

BWI Holiday Inn, Linthicum Heights, Maryland


Historic Annapolis Antique Show 2015

January 31, 2015

Medford National Guard Armory , Annapolis, Maryland


Repticon Baltimore Reptile & Exotic Animal Expo 2015

January 31, 2015

Timonium Fairgrounds , Timonium, Maryland


Repticon Baltimore Reptile and Exotic Animal Expo 2015

February 1, 2015

Timonium Fairgrounds - Timonium, MD 21093, Timonium, Maryland


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