Celebrate Frederick

Celebrate Frederick: Homegrown Frederick Craft Beverage Experience presented in partnership with 106.9 The Eagle

In The Streets In The Streets

Homegrown Frederick Craft Beverage Experience presented in partnership with 106.9 The Eagle

Saturday, September 10, 2022
Carroll Creek Urban Park, South Side | Entrance at S. Market St.
Noon to 5:00 pm

$5 Cover Charge | $7.50 Craft Beers/Wine/Sangria | $10 Cocktails
Admission for 21 years of age or older with valid I.D. to enter and drink
Under 21 admitted with parent or guardian.

Take a trip around the county without ever leaving Downtown Frederick during the Homegrown Frederick Craft Beverage Experience during In the Streets.  Spend the day enjoying our local Frederick breweries and distilleries alongside great music, food and In the Streets Festival from Noon to 5 PM.

All ages are welcome in the Craft Beverage Experience but those under 21 admitted ONLY with parent or guardian.  Blankets/tarps and low folding chairs for the grounds surrounding the Carroll Creek Amphitheater.

Don’t forget, your Craft Beverage Experience Admission INCLUDES the one and only In the Streets Afterparty – KEY103 Up the Creek Party presented by Flying Dog Brewery.  Enjoy the day and night along Carroll Creek Urban Park!



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2022 Entertainment

12:00 PM – 2:00 PM – The Few (Classic/Modern Rock)
The FEW is Maryland’s best rockin’ party band, bringing you your favorite modern and classic rock tunes.
2:30 PM – 4:30 PM – Jah Works (Reggae)
Jah Works is a true grassroots success story that emerged from Baltimore’s reggae scene over 20 years ago. This is music made by and for lovers of real, authentic reggae music. Consistently performing hundreds of shows a year worldwide, they have forged their sound in clubs, festivals and on the sun drenched beaches of Negril. Their sound is firmly planted in the roots of Jamaican music and culture, encompassing rock steady, reggae, and elements of dancehall and dub. What Jah Works does best is introduce the novice music listener to the fullness of reggae music and culture.

Entertainers, breweries and distilleries subject to change

For more information on In the Streets, contact Jen Martin, Office of Special at [email protected].