Head on over to Maryland Avenue in your finest green garb for the annual Irish Festival on Sunday, June 17! Local merchants and vendors will be offering and showcasing a variety of art, antiques, fashion, home-interior, jewelry, crafts, food and kid’s activities. Taking place in the heart of historic Annapolis, the festival will run all along Maryland Avenue and State Circle from 10 a.m. until 5 p.m.
Make sure to catch the parade which will begin at Main Street, run through State Circle and end at Maryland Avenue. The Chesapeake Caledonian Pipes and Drums Band will be keeping the Irish spirit alive with a large group of dancers behind them, even local kids from the community!
Bistro dining is available throughout the day at Galway Bay Irish Pub at 63 Maryland Ave and also at Harry Browne’s on 66 State Circle.
Great Irish music will be provided from noon until 5 p.m. by Celtic Crossing, Up on Blocks and The Bridgette Michaels Band. Free parking is available at the State Garage at Calvert and St. Johns Street. So whether you have any Irish in your blood or not, come celebrate the spirit in this fun-filled festival for the entire family!