Tuesday, September 13, 2011

Sunday’s Festival featured on Fox 45 Morning News

Fox 45 Morning News featured Sunday’s Street Beat Festival as its “Hometown Hotspot” today. Four spots aired live from Federal Hill Main Street and highlighted different aspect of the big event, including live music, arts&crafts, food&drink, children’s activities, and more.

Alexa Webb of Alexandra Webb Artisan Jewelry talked on air and showed some of her stunning original jewelry that will be available at her booth, in front of her shop at 1028 S. Charles Street, in the heart of the festival area. Also featured were framed originals by Federal Hill photographer Gail Goldner Green. They are two of the 70+ vendors offering a wide range of items this Sunday, such as scarves, purses, artwork, crafts, beauty products, home goods, clothing, and more. The food & drink offerings include something for everyone.

Jenny Leigh Freeman of Federal Hill (pictured here) talked about her band's performance (11:30-12:30 on the Hamburg Street stage) as well as all the other music groups in the line-up on the three stages. Among the 16 other bands are The Pietasters, Nelly's Echo, Jamie McLean Band, Cris Jacobs & Jon Gros, and many more.

Don't miss this FREE and FUN festival for all ages, this Sunday, September 18, 11 AM to 7 PM on the streets of Federal Hill!

Info and band schedule: www.historicfederalhill.org

~Leah Witter, Intern

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