About Susquehanna Wine & Seafood Festival
Crab (and Seafood) Enthusiasts Unite at Inaugural Susquehanna Wine & Seafood Festival B Scene Events & Promotions, LLC. is excited to announce the Inaugural Susquehanna Wine & Seafood Festival, a family-friendly event showcasing the best of Maryland seafood restaurants and food trucks. The two-day waterfront festival will be held on Saturday, September 25 and Sunday, September 26 2021 at the Concord Point Lighthouse in downtown Havre de Grace.
The festival will feature 20+ local restaurants and food trucks including Jimmy’s Famous Seafood, Conrad’s Crabs, The Urban Oyster, Mason’s Famous Lobster Rolls, Black Eyed Suzie’s, Faidley’s Seafood, Flash Crabcake Co., Greek on the Street, Shell & Barrel, Sobeachy Haitian Cuisine, London Chippy, Cream Cruiser and more!
Each restaurant will serve signature seafood dishes ranging from crab cakes, lobster rolls, grilled oysters, and fish tacos as well as Maryland steamed crabs (of course)! There will also be non-seafood fare available. In addition to delicious culinary offerings, the festival will feature 60+ wines, signature cocktails, and brews. The two-day event will host live music by DJ J. Gray, The Scotch Bonnets, Stryker’s Posse, 8 Ohms Band, Cover Art Band, Soundtown Baltimore, and the Kelly Bell Band, cooking demos by local chefs, wine pairings, mixology demonstrations, unique shopping, a VIP tent, and a family zone.
Locals and visitors will get a chance to experience some of Maryland’s best seafood in a fun, casual, waterfront setting. A portion of the proceeds will benefit local non-profits, including Friends of the Concord Point Lighthouse.
For additional event information and to purchase tickets, please visit susquehannawineandseafoodfest.com. This event is expected to sell out in advance.
The Susquehanna Wine & Seafood Festival offers something for everyone and will take place rain or shine.
Tag Susquehanna Wine and Seafood Fest website www.susquehannawineandseafoodfest.com
A good cause: A portion of the proceeds will benefit local nonprofits.