George Clinton Headlines 9th Year of Baltimore Music Festival | Frozen Harbor Music Festival

It may have seemed like an eternity, but the month of January has finally come to a end! Seriously, how was New Year’s Eve only a month ago? The long, interminable stretch of winter continues to creep forward as we enter the typically cold and dark month of February, but as the days get longer, and the second month of 2018 gets underway, we look forward to our favorite February event. Nope, we are definitely not referring to Valentine’s Day. We’re talking about the Frozen Harbor Music Festival! 2 days. 10 stages. 160 artists. All in the heart of Baltimore’s beautiful Inner Harbor. Wintertime blues, your cure has arrived!

For us, the Frozen Harbor Festival is oozing with nostalgia. Nine years ago, not long after we embarked on a journey of documenting good, clean fun, the festival got its own humble start, with what would be the beginning of an annual gathering of bands each February under the direction of ‘Pirate Rob.’ a.k.a. Rob Bryan. Held for 4 years as Pirate Rob’s Birthday Bash before evolving into the Frozen Harbor Music Festival (now in its 5th year), we are now heading into our 9th year of making the February pilgrimage to Baltimore to enjoy the gathering of incredible local, regional, and more recently national, musical acts. Good, clean fun at it’s finest!

Hosted by One Koast, the 2018 Frozen Harbor Music Festival has some big name national acts, including Keller Williams and George Clinton, as well as celebrating the 25th anniversary of Jimmie’s Chicken Shack. Spanning two days – February 16th and 17th – with 160 artists performing across 10 stages, this year’s festival is primed to be as fun as ever.

Get your tickets and join us! We’ll be on the scene with cameras in tow, listening to our favorite bands and discovering new ones to add to our lineup of must-see acts for summer (yes, we’re already dreaming of summer).

Baltimore, we’re coming for ya!

Natalee DeHart (1045 Posts)

I moved to the Eastern Shore to enjoy a slower pace of life after spending several years working in fast-paced settings. Earning a BA from Towson University and an MA in Education from Loyola University provided me with the drive to progress in many business fields. As the owner of Good Clean Fun Life, an arts and entertainment magazine online, I have had the opportunity to spread good vibes, promote entertainment, artists, and events across the Mid-Atlantic region. GCFL provides me with many opportunities to practice a few of my favorite hobbies: photography, socializing, and blogging. GCFL is now headed in a new and exciting direction, allowing me to grow this into a full time venture in Digital Promotion using Content Strategy and Media Production.


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