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Win Tickets to the Inaugural Baltimore Seafood Festival

11 Written by: | Friday, Aug 22, 2014 12:00pm

If you love seafood, this is an event you will not want to miss!  Purchase your tickets today, or, if you’re feeling lucky, comment below to be entered to win a pair of tickets to the Baltimore Seafood Festival.  Drawings will be held each week, starting August 29th.  Good luck!

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from the event website: 

Baltimore loves their seafood, that’s for sure! Baltimore also loves all the wonderful local restaurants that truly make this city one of the best places for foodies to live or visit. Why the Baltimore Seafood Festival? Baltimoreans are so proud of their crab cakes, crab soup, shrimp salad, local oysters, and of course, Maryland blue crabs. It seems fitting to host a waterfront festival showcasing some of Baltimore’s favorite restaurants serving their signature seafood dishes! Toss in refreshing drinks, live music by Strykers Posse (reggae band) and Super Bueno (cover band), cooking demos, and an area for families with toys, games, face painting and more, and you have the Baltimore Seafood Festival – the only large scale seafood festival in Baltimore City.

Join B Scene Events & Promotions for the Inaugural Baltimore Seafood Festival taking place Saturday, September 20th from 12pm to 6pm at the Canton Waterfront Park.  A portion of the proceeds will benefit the Downtown Baltimore Family Alliance. The event is expected to sellout in advance as space is limited.

Get ready to experience Baltimore’s best seafood – purchase tickets today!

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