Towsontown Spring Festival Returns Next Weekend For 54th Annual Celebration
TOWSON - Spring has sprung, and the Towson community is getting ready to celebrate with a festival that promises to be a bloomin' good time!
The Towsontown Spring Festival will return on Saturday, May 6, and Sunday, May 7, for its 54th annual celebration. The festival will take place in the heart of Towson from York Road to Bosley Avenue and from Susquehanna Avenue to Allegheny Avenue.
According to the event's host, the Towson Chamber of Commerce, It is expected that approximately 100,000 visitors will attend the two-day celebration.
The festival will feature over 200 vendors offering a lineup of local gourmet food trucks and a diverse array of Mediterranean, Latin, Asian, and American cuisine. Vendors will showcase and sell art, jewelry, handmade products, and other unique treasures throughout the festival.
The event will kick off at the "Information Stage" on the corner of Pennsylvania and Washington Avenue at noon on Saturday, May 5. Local organizations will perform on the stage throughout the weekend.
For families and kids, the Plaza Family Fun Area, located behind PNC & M&T Bank on Pennsylvania Avenue, will feature carnival rides and games for all ages!
For attendees 21 and older, a beer garden will be available at the newly renovated Patriot Plaza, located between the Towson Circuit Court building and the Historic Old Courthouse. The garden will feature live music throughout the day, including performances from Gravity, Southland, and Crushing Day on Saturday and Doc Marten & the Flannels and Kelly Bell Band on Sunday!
For a complete list of vendors and entertainment, visit www.towsontownfestival.com
For questions, contact The Towson Chamber of Commerce by email at email@example.com or call (410) 825-1150.
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