What began as a small community event now welcomes approximately 70,000 visitors every year.
We are talking about the Wildflower Arts & Music Festival, and it hosts local, regional, and national headliners on four stages.
The fun takes place May 17th through the 19th, and musicians include:
When five teenagers formed Good Charlotte in the small town of Waldorf, Maryland, they had no idea they would one day sell more than eleven million albums around the world. They're known as one of the most influential pop-punk bands of all time, and audiences are entertained from start to finish. Songs include "California," "Moving On," and "Cars Full of People."
Nathan boasts that his songs will make you "laugh, cry, drink, and dance from verse to chorus." Born in Texas, he has lived in Oregon, Istanbul, and everywhere in between. Nathan writes about his experiences melding fact with fiction, and his brand of music can't quite be pinned down. His repertoire includes "Square Tires," "Knew You," and "Sounds from the Keep."
Teghan Devon was raised on the ultimate examples of great songs: The Beatles. When she started playing the guitar, songwriting naturally followed, and today her style of music blends folk, rock, and pop. Teghan states that she writes to survive, and is inspired by everything from a speck of dust to a character in a book. Sing along to songs such as "Wander," "Lavender Girl," and "Half Moon Shine."
In between performances, grab a bite to eat. Vendors will offer local cuisine as well as traditional festival fare.