From internationally-known to rising stars, this 2-day festival offers concerts and more at the scenic top of the Chesapeake Bay. Outdoor venues offer ticketed seated shows at our The Wilburn Company ‘Headliners’ Stage at Concord Point, as well as free shows in the heart of the business district at the Integrity Real Estate ‘Locals’ Stage on Pennington. The State Theater of Havre de Grace, an Art Deco renovated theater, serves as an additional venue for ticketed concerts. All venues will execute COVID safety protocols.
Come enjoy LIVE MUSIC and experience the view at the top of the Chesapeake Bay, plus charming shops, restaurants, and museums all within walking distance.
What to Expect
- Unparalleled jazz and blues experience in a small-town setting on Friday and Saturday
- Multiple stages featuring jazz and blues artists from around the world
- Free and ticketed concerts, art and history
- Eat, drink, shop and relax
- All venues will adhere to local COVID regulations and procedures. Click for the COVID Plan.
2019’s inaugural event kicked off this high-profile music celebration by featuring the legendary Cab Calloway Orchestra, 2 time Grammy nominee Mindi Abair & the Boneshakers and Jack Broadbent (featured in the Peter Frampton Farewell Tour), Johnny Neel (from the Allman Brothers Band), The Headhunters Band (Herbie Hancock’s band) as well as others.
Thanks to generous support from Visit Harford, and others, we’ve expanded to offer even more stages:
- The Wilburn Company ‘Headliners’ Stage at Concord Point (Concord Point Park)
- Integrity Real Estate ‘Locals’ Stage on Pennington – with free 1-hour concerts
- The State Theater of Havre de Grace.
Havre de Grace Arts Collective
To build community and stimulate economic vitality through the arts by providing quality entertainment that engages and attracts audiences; offering educational opportunities which nurture learning and creativity; and encouraging synergism among performing, cultural and visual arts groups.
The Arts Collective is a 501(c)(3) organization created in July, 2017 to address the cultural and economic needs of Havre De Grace and the surrounding region.
The Havre de Grace Arts Collective, Inc. is funded in part through grants from the City of Havre de Grace, Maryland State Arts Council, Harford County Dept. of Economic Development and the Maryland State Arts Council through the Harford County Cultural Arts Board.