Lunar Bay Music Festival Offers Jammin’ Good Rock Close To Home

Entertainment, Featured — June 27, 2013 at 9:29 pm by

by Voodude

It’s Only Rock and Roll (But I Like It)

Yeah dude

Yeah dude

I’ve sure had to travel for it…

Mountain Jam.  Hunter Mountain, NY. 275 miles from Baltimore.

All Good.   Thornville, OH. 475 miles from Baltimore.

Bonnaroo. Manchester, TN. 700 miles from Baltimore.

Pitchfork. Chicago, IL. Also 700 miles from Baltimore.

Bear Creek. Live Oak, Fl. 950 miles from Baltimore.

SXSW. Austin, TX. 1,550 miles from Baltimore.

Sasquatch. Gorge, WA. 2,600 miles from Baltimore.

High Sierra. Quincy, CA. 2,700 miles from Baltimore.



You see where this is going.  To attend a decent multi-day music festival, us Charm City residents have to actually plan a vacation to make it happen. Considering the number of people living along the I-95 corridor from Philly to B-more to DC, that’s a pretty sad state of affairs.

Enter the First Annual Lunar Bay Music Festival in Havre de Grace, MD. (And that’s only about 35 miles from Baltimore. No Sweat!) Havre de Grace is close to home and the festival features a solid line-up of bands familiar to fans of the east coast music scene.

National acts like moe., Steve Kimock, Keller Williams, Anders Osborne, and Tea Leaf Green. Combine that with popular regional acts like Psycho Killers, Yellow Dubmarine, Chris Jacobs, Pigeons Playing Ping Pong, Splintered Sunlight, Old Man Brown and much more.

If you like to rock out but you just don’t have the time to load up the hatchback with a tent,  energy bars, a case of Red Bull, many more cases of beer, and your favorite illegal substance, and then haul ass over multiple state lines, navigating America’s wide variety of state highway patrols…  well my friend, you owe it to yourself to clear your weekend schedule and enjoy two days of quality music close to your casa.

Hopefully, a strong turnout will keep the Lunar Bay Music Festival coming back year after year and give the Baltimore region the big music event it deserves.

Check out their site here:

Puff, puff, give and jam with the whites:

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