101 VFW Avenue
Grasonville, MD 21638
Phone: (410) 827-5555
Fax: (410) 827-8801
101 VFW Avenue, Grasonville, MD, US, 21638
- Phone: (410) 827-5555
- Fax: (410) 827-8801
The music-loving people of Rock Hall have relied on this quirky little concert venue for their fix of classic jazz, bluegrass and American roots music performances, ever since it opened its doors in 1997. Although smaller than most of the prominent concert venues you might have come across, the intimacy it offers along with the camaraderie of the eclectic crowd, matches no other. The experience is further enhanced by the use of a state-of-the-art sound system. In the past, artists and bands like Chuck Redd, Gene Bertoncini and The Preservation Hall Jazz Band have graced the stage and gave out some scintillating performances. So choose your favorite spot on the sofa or arm chair, and gear up for an exciting performance at The Mainstay.
Held on Thursday evenings from mid-June through mid-August, these concerts are designed for families. Visitors are welcome to bring a picnic, but no alcohol.
Here one can enjoy Navy football, other sports, the majestic pageantry of the Brigade of Midshipman march, fly bys, parachuting Navy Seals, and much more.
Originally built in 1921, The Avalon was Easton
Listen to original Chesapeake Bay Music while sailing aboard a classic, wooden schooner on a fantastic sunset sail. This acoustic concert series is in conjunction with the Annapolis Maritime Museum and their Chesapeake Music Institute. Raise the sails, steer the boat or sit back and relax on a two-hour sail while enjoying a different musical guest every Thursday. See link under "Attractions - Tours & Cruises."
This two-hundred-seat outdoor community theatre is located in the courtyard of the old city blacksmith shop in the City Dock area; three productions are offered between the last week in May and the first week in September.
Located inside the United States Naval Academy, the Alumni Hall opened its doors in the year 1991. The hall is used to stage different types of events like concerts, meetings, theatricals, lectures and more. With an fine seating arrangement and wonderful equipment available to conduct events, this hall ensure the success of the events taking place here. If you are interested in performing arts, Alumni Hall is the perfect place to go.
Usually held in late April, this annual and popular, premier boat show features new and used power boats and sailboats, as well as new boating equipment, accessories, services, and more.
A wide variety of dramatic productions are brought to the heart of downtown Annapolis by this theatre group that was founded in 1949 in order to bring fine theatre to Annapolis; the typical season, consisting of five productions, feature a variety of styles including classics, contemporary comedies, musicals, dramas, plays by new and upcoming playwrights, experimental theatre, and theatre for children. There is also a host of workshop options from which to choose, and the annual presentation of
Annapolis celebrates Independence Day with an old fashioned parade that is followed by a concert performance from the United States Naval Band, which is accompanied by a spectacular waterfront fireworks display.
This festival features the best in wine, beer, food and music of the Mid-Atlantic region; continuous live entertainment and a plethora of arts and crafts booths are integral parts of the event.
One can experience the true holiday magic of Annapolis and Anne Arundel County each holiday season through this festival that includes caroling, tree lightings, the arrival of Santa Claus, the greening of the city, concerts, ballet, theatre, and other special holiday events throughout the month of December.