Join singer, busker, and part-time pirate, Steve Haug as he performs your favorite sea shanties, songs of piracy, villainy, revenge, and tall tales as well assorted other nauty bits including cannibalism and even a Viking Sea Shanty. Don't miss this one, me hearties.Shenanigans on the high seas, (and the low seas) shall abound! Talking, and drinking, like a pirate is a given, but you will also receive a discount on your mead if you *dress* like a pirate.
The Summer Jam Series is a Friday night tradition throughout the summer months. A typical Jam includes delicious food (burgers, hot dogs and a Food Truck), a beer and wine garden, musical entertainment, the ever-popular moon bounce, and Mandy the Clown and her very talented face painters. This event is FREE and open to EVERYONE. It's also rain or shine! In the event of inclement weather, the Jam moves into the multipurpose room.
Music from Mariachi Aguila - Vendors include Layla's Restaurant Pupusas - Franklin's Brewery, Maryland Meadworks & Sangfroid Distilling.
Everyone is invited to this free, family event in Downtown Hyattsville! The Festival features over 100 jury-selected artist and artisans as well as craft breweries, food vendors, live music performances, and children's activities. There's something for everyone at this event. From shopping, locally brewed beer, great food, and fun activities, we have you covered. Ales are sold by the glass, ages 21+.
Meet local producers and sample beer, wine and spirits including Maryland Meadworks, Sangfroid Distilling, Twin Valley Distillers, BlueDyer Distilling Co. and more. Evening includes locally-produced snacks and sweets featuring Market vendors. Yes, you will be able to purchase wine, beer and spirits to take home from Maryland producers. Stay tuned for more announcements. #KeepItLocal #Cheverly
Raffle for amazing prizes from Great Country Farms, Jailbreak Brewing, Vigilante Coffee, City Winery, Montpelier Farms and more.
Tickets: 21+ / $20 each; $10 if you are not drinking or are a designated driver
Note: All tickets will be held at will call. Guests will need to check in at the door. After you've sampled beer, wine and spirits, drinks will be available for purchase.
VOLUNTEERS NEEDED: We need help! Volunteer your time for a variety of needs attend the event for free. Email email@example.com
Join us for the Opening Night of Inspired Bodies, a multi-media art exhibit curated by local artists Hannah Chertock and Alice Gardner-Bates. Inspired Bodies features artwork by local artists with disabilities. Come meet the artists and enjoy mead and snacks.
Experience the magic music of Scotland and Ireland with Seán Heely and Tracy Jenkins. Featuring U.S National Scottish Fiddle champion Seán Heely and Scottish border piper Tracy Jenkins. These gents bring together multiple different instruments to perform fiery dance tunes and ancient, soaring melodies from Scotland and Ireland. Original compositions abound and they have rich vocal harmonies in their solid song repertoire that features ballads, sea shanties, and songs in Irish and Scottish folk tradition. Seán plays fiddle, mandocello, shruti box, and sings in English, Irish, and Scots Gaelic. Tracy plays highland pipes, border pipes, and whistle. They have performed in venues such as the Kennedy Center, Strathmore Music center, CCE Irish Folk Festival in Fairfax, VA, the Virginia Scottish games, and the Niel Gow Festival in Scotland.
Food provided by 250 Texas BBQ — mmmmmm!
James Key and friends are back and better than ever! Begin with the heartbeat of a slap bass and the pulse of two rhythm guitars. Add to it melodic runs sweetly played on the accordion and a soaring fiddle. What you get is the Swing 5 band playing gypsy jazz and swing music from a time when a night out meant live music that provokes the uncontrollable urge to dance! Lead by talented local guitarist James Key and influenced by the legendary Django Reinhardt, this is a show you won't want to miss! Free event.
Don’t miss the best live jazz around! Line-up to be announced soon.
Janine and Arch perform as an acoustic duo while you hang with us and drink your mead! No medieval attire required unless, of course, you want to... you may bring your own food in as well and there is a Pizza Paradiso a block away. It's a cozy and fun hang, y'all!
The Hyattsville Jazz Collective is back in town; bringing their superlative talents to the Meadworks this Friday night! Featuring Grant Langford on Tenor Saxophone, Francisco Quintero Simonpietri on Guitar, Steve Arnold on Bass, and Kevin Cerovich on Drums, this is the perfect excuse to get out and enjoy the best live music around.
Sophia Adara and Scooter Scudieri are a father/daughter acoustic duo blending an eclectic mix of originals, classic covers, and trending pop songs
“When performing, Flowers and Birds exists in a moment defined by trust—the music giving life to the environment. The refreshing presence emanating from father and daughter gives life to an undeniable resonance—everyone in the room feels
just a little bit better.” - Lena Camilletti/The Observer
University Park's Michelle Brané has personally witnessed the crisis at the border and will give an update on the situation and what we can do to #closethecamps. Michelle is the Senior Director of the Migrant Rights and Justice program at the Women’s Refugee Commission, and is one of the nation’s foremost experts on US asylum protections and detention policies for migrants.
Hyattsville's Mandy Sheffer launched a one-woman postcard writing popup at Vigilante to flood Congress with handwritten demands to take kids out of cages. She will recreate her popup at the event so that participants -- including kids -- can demand justice and accountability from political leaders.
15% of all mead sales during this event will be donated to the WRC to support their efforts to Close The Camps!