Some fun, free concerts will soon be coming to the Perry Hall area.
As a way to commemorate the first anniversary of the construction of Angel Park, the park’s committee will be presenting a series of free, family concerts at the new amphitheater.
The first free concert will be held on Tuesday, May 30, at 6 p.m.
The Baltimore Symphonic Band will perform “A Night of Magic – Music Inspired by Disney.”
Children are encouraged to dress in prince & princess attire.
You can get more details on Facebook by clicking here.
You can also view the full concert line-up below…
Now that construction on the new plaza is complete, with a grand opening scheduled for Saturday, The Avenue at White Marsh is relaunching its summer concert series for 2017.
“THE AVENUE LIVE! Shop and Eat to the Beat” will take place every Friday and Saturday from 7:00 to 9:00 p.m. It will stretch from Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day weekend.
Patrons will be able to enjoy patio dining or they can grab a bite from one of The Avenue’s many eateries. Attendees may also bring a blanket (no chairs).
The events will feature new musical talent every week.
For the convenience of those in need of additional seating, representatives from Perry Hall High School will provide chairs (appropriate for use on the turf) and blankets for rental. A minimum donation of $2 per chair or blanket is required. All proceeds will benefit the fundraising efforts of Perry Hall High School.
Please note – rented chairs must be utilized on a designated area at the back of the turf so as not to interfere with the blanket seating space.
* Please remember… B.Y.O. is prohibited at these performances. Only food and beverages purchased from The Avenue at White Marsh restaurants and eateries are permitted in the event area. The Main Plaza (event area), is designated smoke free.
Here the 2017 concert line-up:
5/20 Unity Reggae (5 p.m.) & 8 Ohms (7 p.m.)
5/26 Nelly’s Echo (Pop Rock)
5/27 The Crawdaddies (Roots Rock, Zydeco)
6/2 Proverbs Reggae Band (Reggae)
6/3 Liquid A (Pop)
6/9 Will Hill (Rock, Ska)
6/10 Justin Trawick and the Common Good (Americana)
6/16 LVT (Alternative / Indie Rock)
6/17 King Teddy (Rockabilly, Swing)
6/23 Jah Works (Reggae)
6/24 Dublin 5 (Celtic Rock)
6/30 Swampcandy (Blues, Roots)
7/1 The Racket (Roots Rock)
7/7 Pressing Strings (Folk Rock)
7/8 Moonshine Society (R&B)
7/14 Michael Louis Band (Rock Blues)
7/15 The Crawdaddies (Roots Rock, Zydeco)
7/21 The ShamRogues (Celtic Rock)
7/22 Gold Magnolias (R&B/soul, Pop)
7/28 NOMAD (Modern Country)
7/29 Classroom Dragons (Americana)
8/4 Billy Coulter Band (Roots Rock/Pop)
8/5 Hustle Souls (Soul, Roots Rock, Funk)
8/11 Natty Beaux (Jump Blues/Swing/Rockabilly)
8/12 Proverbs Reggae Band (Reggae)
8/18 Nelly’s Echo (Pop Rock)
8/19 The Scotch Bonnets (Funky Reggae Rock)
8/25 Junkyard Saints (New Orleans Funk)
8/26 Sweet Leda (funk, soul and pop)
9/1 Barleyjuice (Celtic Rock)
9/2 Speakers of the House (funk, Rock)
A local farm is introducing a new festival that will be held next month.
Richardson Farms announced on Thursday that it would be holding its first-ever Sunflower Fest.
The event will be held from 6 to 8 p.m. on Saturday, June 24, 2017.
The event will feature food stations, beer, wine, and all proceeds will benefit the White Marsh Volunteer Fire Company.
Tickets cost $35 each or 2 for $60. Attendees must be at least 21 years of age.
Richardson Farms is located at 5900 Ebenezer Road in White Marsh.
For more information, visit Richardson Farms on Facebook here.
Retired from federal government service but not from his favorite hobby of scratching instant tickets, a Baltimore County man told officials on Thursday that he looks for every opportunity to welcome Lottery luck into his life.
A trip to the grocery store last week presented the good fortune he was seeking, showing up in the form of a $50,000 winning “Diamond Spectacular” ticket.
“My wife sent me to the store with a long list, to which I added one thing, scratch tickets,” the 80-year-old father of two and grandfather of four said.
With groceries paid for, his path out of the Giant at 8665 Philadelphia Road in Baltimore led him past a Lottery vending machine from which he picked out a Diamond Spectacular ticket.
“One of my favorites,” he added. “I’ve had some luck with this one.”
The Middle River man began playing his game and immediately noticed several big-money matches.
“I put the ticket away without finishing it and headed for home. The prize that I saw was already too big for the store to cash. I wanted to finish it with some privacy,” he told Lottery officials. “I scratched it in my garage. It was clear that I’d won $50,000 but I just really couldn’t believe it.”
His wife’s reaction to the win was similar. “We each studied it to be sure, but I’ve been playing these for a long time. It was the real deal.”
The lucky winner plans to add his winnings to the family’s savings.