35th Annual Sowebo Arts and Music Festival in Hollins Market on Sunday, May 27th

| May 21, 2018 | 0 Comments

Sowebo Arts and Music Festival Release: 

Sowebo Arts and Music Festival announces 2018 music lineup, over 100 vendors and multiple art galleries for 35t​h​ Anniversary year.

The Sowebo Arts and Music Festival has celebrated the arts in Baltimore for 35 years, creating a unique event in the Hollins Market neighborhood. SoweboFest for 2018 will host 3 stages of music, with 24 bands covering a variety of genres, playing every hour throughout the Festival. Additionally, we now have over 100 arts and crafts vendors highlighting Baltimore’s amazing art scene, ranging from handmade jewelry to photography, and illustration to painting.

Add to this mix multiple art galleries: Sowebo Arts (long-time organizers of the Festival) will host a show at Zella’s Pizzeria, an abstract art gallery in a currently vacant storefront, a photography exhibit held at New Beginnings Barbershop, and the return of the free for all art show to be hosted at the famous Carriage House. Not enough art for you? Then you’ll want to check out our mural wall created specifically for the Festival by local artist Talia Singer. Use the mural as a backdrop for your snaps and grams to tie into the Festival’s social media presence.

The ever popular Kids’ Alley returns this year, hosted by Hollins Placemakers. In addition, we’re excited to introduce Interactive Arts Alley including a craft rumble, sip-n-paint by Luvs Art Project, and Irvine Nature Center with live animals – snakes, turtles, and a screech owl, what a hoot! And, of course, puppets performing at Black Cherry Puppet Theater.

Hungry for more? Local food trucks and vendors will be joining the fray, including the popular Ekiben and Zeke’s Coffee, plus local beer!

Sunday, May 27th, 2018 – 12pm to 8pm in the areas surrounding Hollins Market.

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