Saturday, May 20th and Sunday, May 21st, 2017

Sandy Point State Park, Annapolis, Maryland

CHESAPEAKE BAY BLUES FESTIVAL
When: SATURDAY, MAY 20th and SUNDAY, MAY 21st, 2017

Where:
Sandy Point State Park, Annapolis, Maryland

​Times:
Gates open at 10:30am. Music from 11:00am - 8:30pm on Saturday
​ and 11:00am - 8:30pm on Sunday

Refunds:
There are none, it's all for charity. Rain or shine.

What's There:
Concert stage with Jumbtron, large crafter village, a wide
​ variety of food and drink, Beer and Wine, beach, lawn seating

What to Bring:
Low back lawn or beach chair or blankets, sunblock,
sunglasses.  Sun tents may be used on the beach as long as they don't
​impede anyone's view of the stage.

What Not to Bring
: Food, drinks, bottles/glass, alcoholic beverages, drugs, pets,coolers, professional audio or video recording equipment or cameras with long telephoto lenses/tripods.

Parking: Limited parking will be available first come first serve at Sandy Point State Park for $20/ car. Parking is also available at the Naval Academy Stadium for $10/ car and at Kent Island High School on the Eastern Shore with Shuttles running to and from the event throughout the day. Shuttle service will begin at both locations at 9am.

​Arrival By Boat:
Restricted 600' from shore, no docking. Please check local marinas for docking.

Arrival By Foot or Bicycle:
Prohibited by State Park due to the heavy volume of cars and buses arriving.

​Questions or VIP Information:
For a quick response, e-mail us at info@bayblues.org or you may call 410-257-7413 and leave a message

Produced By: Chesapeake Bay Events (a non-profit corporation) ​P.O. Box 161 Dunkirk, MD 20754



About Our Festival

  • Jonny Lang

  • The Mavericks

  • Ana Popovic

  • The Fabulous Thunderbirds

  • Robert Randolph and the Family Band

  • Walter Trout

  • The William Bell Band

  • Samantha Fish

  • Toronzo Cannon

  • Mississippi Blues Child Mr. Sipp

  • Frank Bang and the Cook County Kings

  • The Apocalypse Blues Revue

  • Swamp Candy

  • Sweet Leda

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Chesapeake bay blues festival