January 31, 2023
Annapolis, US 36 F

Boatyard Beach Bash scheduled for September 20th at AMM

beachbashParty with Coral Reefers and Parrotheads and enjoy the last sunset of the summer on the beach at the Annapolis Maritime Museum. Founding sponsor Boatyard Bar & Grill and Presenting sponsor KEYW are partnering with the Museum again this year and will be bringing in more star power than ever! Peter Mayer and Scott Kirby have been playing and writing music together since they first met in Key West in 1989. They have since traveled hundreds of thousands of miles in jets and jitneys and everything in between performing their music. Peter’s son, Brendan Mayer, once again joins Peter and Scott for their third annual September tour. Come join these old friends, with their guitars for an intimate evening of great songs and the stories behind them!  Then Coral Reefers Michael Utley, music director of the Coral Reefer Band and Doyle Grisham, pedal steel guitar and the only Coral Reefer who has performed on every album, along with the John Frinzi Band will entertain for an evening full of great music on the shore of the Chesapeake Bay.

“Over the past ten years, Dick Franyo and the Boatyard Bar & Grill along with other sponsors have raised more than $550,000 to help support the Museum’s education programs. This past year alone, we hosted more than 3,000 local students connecting children to the Chesapeake Bay and look forward to increasing that number this year” said Museum Director Alice Estrada.  “We are thrilled that this amazing concert and party not only provides exceptional entertainment but also raises much needed funds for the Museum’s environmental education programs.”

Tickets, priced at $65 per person, include a grilled buffet dinner provided by the Boatyard Bar & Grill and are on sale now at www.amaritime.org.  There is also a special “VIP Package (Very Important Parrotheads) ticket package available which includes the pre-party to meet and greet the band, open bar and elaborate hors d’oeuvres.

Corporate sponsorships are available by calling the Museum at 410-295-0104.

See the Museum website for directions and parking. Free parking and eCruisers shuttles will run continuously from nearby designated lots. It’s also accessible by water taxi.

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