Friday, June 11, 2010

The 2010 Fourth of July Weekend in Dundalk, Maryland USA

America's biggest and best three day 4th of July Independence Day Celebration will be held on July 2nd, 3rd and 4th, 2010, in the Baltimore, Maryland suburb of Dundalk, in Baltimore County.

Every year, world famous music artists play great concerts in Dundalk Heritage Park, at the Dundalk Heritage Fair, during the Fourth of July Independence Day Celebration weekend. There's also lots of enjoyable music played by other - foot-tappin'-good-get-up-and-dance - music artists, there are plenty of fun and interesting activities for children and adults to get into, the fair's crafts area is well stocked and very nicely presented, there are local history booths - including school alumni associations, and the food is tummy terrific.

The 2010 Dundalk Heritage Fair will be held on July 2nd, 3rd and 4th in beautifully tree shaded and grass carpeted Dundalk Heritage Park. The park is located behind quaint, historic Dundalk Village Shopping Center, which is at Dundalk Avenue and Center Place. Fair hours are 12pm to 10pm. Children under 12 get into the Heritage Fair for free, adults pay $5.00.

On Friday, July 2nd, The Mahoney Brothers Long Live The Beatles show will begin at 7:30pm on the main stage. Someone once told me that Ringo Starr was asked - on the Howard Stern Show - how he felt about Beatles tribute bands, and Ringo replied, "I don't mind as long as they're good, like The Mahoney Brothers." The Official Site of THE MAHONEY BROTHERS

On Saturday, July 3rd, Bowzer's Rock 'n' Roll Party will begin at 8pm on the main stage. You can see the kinds of old time Rock and Roll greats he brings to his shows at:
Welcome to Bowzer's Rock 'N Roll Party!

On Sunday, July 4th, The Turtles concert - featuring Flo and Eddie - will begin at 8pm on the main stage. They're a band of great musicians who have professional histories of performing and recording with all kinds of other famous Rock and Roll stars: including Todd Rundgren, Hot Tuna, Alan Parsons, Meat Loaf, Edgar Winter, The Cars, Lou Christie, and Paul McCartney; and they have been on many TV shows, worked on Broadway and on films, have been in videos and featured in music industry magazines, and on and on; and Flo and Eddie have great music histories too, which includes singing with Baltimore born Frank Zappa on four Mothers of Invention albums and a movie. There is no telling which fantastic Rock 'n' Roll tunes they will play, because they sure are some hard core, long time Rock and Rollers. Check out their impressive music bios at:
The Turtles Now

Here is the link to the entire Heritage Fair schedule:
Heritage Fair - Entertainment

Deborah Rudacille, author of the book - Roots of Steel Boom and Bust in an American Mill Town - will be having a book reading/signing event at the Dundalk Heritage Fair, in Heritage Park's gazebo. Times are July 3rd, 1:30 to 3:30, 5:30 to 7:30, July 4th, 5:30 to 7:30.

The official Dundalk Heritage Fair web site's "About Us" page has been updated with excellent writing about the Heritage Association of Dundalk volunteers who make the fair happen every year. Heritage Fair - About Us

Come and check out the Facebook page:
We Enjoy the Dundalk Heritage Fair

The Dundalk Heritage Independence 6K run will be held on Saturday morning, July 3rd, at 7am. All race info is available at: Charm City Run

The 76th annual Dundalk 4th of July Parade will be held on Saturday, July 3rd, 2010, beginning at 8:15am. The route is the same as always. And sections of it are no more than a block away from the Heritage Fair.

The Dundalk Fourth of July Fireworks display will be held at approximately 9:15pm on Saturday evening July 3, 2010, by the North Point Government Center at Merritt Boulevard and Wise Avenue. If you can see the top of the North Point Police Station radio tower, you can see most of the fireworks.

It's gonna be a hard Rockin', weekend long, Fourth of July Independence Day Celebration in Dundalk, Maryland!

A set of photographs of last year's Dundalk Heritage Fair, a set of last year's parade photos and sets of photos that include fireworks photos and great shots of the Dundalk area, can be viewed at: ursusdave's photosets on Flickr, or on this blog, if you scroll down and keep on checkin' it out.