Bay Music Festival to be held Saturday
CENTREVILLE — The Queen Anne’s County 4-H Park will be filled with music this Saturday as the Centreville Lions Club’s 35th annual Bay Music Festival runs on two stages from 1 to 9 p.m.
The long-playing event is believed to be the oldest continuous music festival on the Eastern Shore and has raised thousands for the Sight First and other charities served by members of the Lions Club and Lions International.
With a reduced admission of just $5, and more familyoriented activities and children 10 and under, free of charge, this may attract the largest crowd in the 35 years of the festival.
The music on two stages will come from 12 different musical groups, while 14 different artisan vendors will fill the day for everyone up to 9 p.m.
Along with the YMCA of the Chesapeake, children will have plenty to keep them occupied with games, plus a moon bounce and slide, and the Phillips Wharf Fishmobile. Everyone will find plenty to eat and drink throughout the day.
As in past years, a special added attraction with the event will be a PRS SE Standard 24 guitar donated by Paul Reed Smith, from his nationally known factory down on Kent Island, along with an Eastman Acoustic guitar, both to be raffled off and presented during the day. You will not have to be present to win. Tickets for both may be purchased online at www.doyoucaboodle.com.
Drive right in, it is free with Boy Scouts assisting Lions members to park your car.
Dell Foxx Company will close the Bay Music Festival Saturday, June 11, at the Queen Anne’s County 4-H Park.