February 23, 2024
Annapolis, US 44 F

Sand and soccer on tap for the 49th Annual Maryland Seafood Festival

The49thMDSeafoodFestivalEndless summer fun continues at the 49th Annual Maryland Seafood Festival (MSF) on September 10 & 11th at Sandy Point State Park, entertaining young and old with eclectic music, exciting contests and flavorful foods.  New this year, youth and adult teams will be competing on Sunday at the first Maryland Seafood Festival Sand Soccer Tournament, sure to be a crowd favorite.  There is still time to register at www.mdseafoodfestival.com .

Saturday will host the popular 26th Annual Capital’s Crab Soup Cook-off, a festival favorite with attendees voting on their favorite soup.  Swing and sing along with local bands while savoring over 100 mouth watering foods sold by professional and non-profit  food vendors.  Back by popular demand is the Xpogo Stunt Team, wowing the audience with their acrobatic talent and the Kids Zone will occupy youngsters with entertainment, face painting, and balloon bounce fun.   The Chef Demo Tent showcases area chefs preparing and sharing samples of their favorite seafood dishes while relaxing acoustical music is carried by the breeze of the bay.   Stroll through the Chesapeake Arts Village to enjoy and shop with local artisans showcasing their Chesapeake Bay inspired crafts and products.  When you are done satisfying your shopping whims, head to the Craft Beer Tasting Tent for new and favorite craft beers while enjoying the Navy and Ravens games.

Bring your family, friends and sunscreen and hop on the convenient shuttle bus at Anne Arundel Community College to relax and enjoy a day on the bay supporting Festival charities- YMCA Camp Letts and The Foundation for Community Betterment.  Visit www.mdseafoodfestival.com for tickets and information.  Thank you to the many MSF sponsors, Sprint, Buck Distributing, What’s Up, Finlandia, Maryland Sports and Eye on Annapolis.


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