Annapolis Arts, Crafts & Wine Festival

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The Annapolis Arts, Crafts & Wine Festival is a weekend of fine, juried arts and handmade crafts, and wine tastings from over 25 Maryland wineries, smooth jazz all day long, delectable cuisine and activities for the whole family.

It is a two-day, outdoor celebration of the arts and Maryland’s fruit of the vine in Annapolis, Maryland. It will be from June 6, 10AM-6PM to June 7, 10AM-5PM.

Wine Tasting Ticket – $30*
Includes wine tastings; strolling among the artists and crafters, and listening to smooth jazz all day long. Wine by the glass and bottle are available for purchase .

Non-tasting Ticket – $8
For the designated driver and those interested in viewing and purchasing arts and crafts.

Youth Ticket – $5
For ages 12-18

Children under 12 — FREE

The festival is conveniently located at the Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium, a short distance from historic downtown Annapolis, Maryland, a colonial waterfront community filled with unique shops, restaurants and attractions, in addition to a lively arts and entertainment scene.
Annapolis was recently named one of the nation’s top 25 arts destinations in AmericanStyle magazine’s 12th Annual Arts Destination Poll. Winning cities were ranked for the high quality of their art galleries, festivals, institutions and events.

wine boothView the juried works of over 200 of the region’s best artists and craftsmen employing a variety of media including painting, sculpture, ceramics, digital art, mixed media, printmaking, jewelry, fiber art, glass, wood, leather, metal and photography.

Sample wines from more than 25 Maryland wineries in our wine pavilions. Purchase a bottle of wine and relax while listening to smooth jazz all day long. Bring the children, too, for activities in the Kids’ Art area including theatrical, dance, and musical performances on stage.

And, afterward, take a walk through history along the brick-lined streets of Colonial Annapolis.

For more info, visit their website!