Four Stages of Music, Local Food Favorites and Kids Fun Return May 27-28
The Hometown Holidays Music Fest will feature more than 25 local, regional and national performing artists and the best local food around on Saturday, May 27 and Sunday, May 28 in Rockville Town Center.
The 29th annual Memorial Day weekend music festival is a destination for music lovers, featuring performances on four stages across six city blocks. Newcomers this year include the garage folk of Skribe, jazz by the U.S. Navy Band Commodores and the Howard Gospel Choir of Howard University. Sweet Leda returns with their blend of rock and soul music and Driven to Clarity brings their mix of funk, folk, rock and pop back to Rockville.
The main Beach Stage will once again have a Maryland flavor, with roots reggae from Baltimore’s Jah Works on Saturday and the “phat blues music” of Baltimore’s Kelly Bell Band joined by the original “Bad Boys of Bethesda,” The Nighthawks, on Sunday.
Visit “City of Rockville Hometown Holidays” on Facebook, where a new musical act will be profiled each week on #MusicMonday. Find the full lineup at www.rockvillemd.gov/hometownholidays.
The weekend will once again feature favorite food from local restaurants at the Taste of Rockville, as well as kids amusements, the return of “the beach” sand pile and the 73rd Annual Memorial Day Ceremony and Parade on Monday, May 29.
The festival is just a five-minute walk from the Rockville Metro station. Festival-goers who drive or bike can find parking options at www.rockvilleparking.com.