George Clinton and Parliament Funkadelic, Keller Williams and a hodgepodge of musical artists are descending upon Power Plant Live! tonight for night one of the fifth annual Frozen Harbor Music Festival.
Beyond those two jam-band legends, expect an impressively broad assortment of artists, including locals like Baltimore rapper Tate Kobang and Annapolis reggae trio The Bumpin’ Uglies, along with talent from all over, from Brooklyn emcee Saigon and D.C. brass band Black Masala, to pop-country acts Willow Hill and Southern Maryland’s Sam Grow, to English house music DJ Chris Lake, to…well, just peek at the list yourself. There are 160 acts in all on the bill, no lie.
The two-day festival is happening entirely in and around Power Plant Live! at 10 venues, including Soundstage and Rams Head Live. The first acts are set to perform tonight at 6 p.m.
Ticket options for tonight include $20 for admission to Power Plant Live! (no access to Soundstage or Rams Head), $40 to see George Clinton and Parliament Funkadelic and $23 to see Bronx rapper Drag-on. $120 for two-day admission to all venues. 34 Market Place, Baltimore.
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