Merriweather Post Pavillon
10475 LITTLE PATUXENT PARKWAY COLUMBIA, MD 21044
Local talent Erin Jeannier and Kelly Purtell entertain audiences of all ages with their many impressive skills. They will be performing between 4:30pm and 6:00pm around the festival grounds.
Park Ridge Trading Co.
Bear Fox Babe
A Journey From Junk
Sweet Elizabeth Jane
Cotton Duck Art & Apparel
Mark Russo Creations
The Lavender Whim
Everyone Connect Outside
Fireside Stone and Patio
The Vintage Vault & Gallery
Reyes jewelry exchange
A La Mode Boutique
Psychic readings by Nadia
Howard County Historical Society
Ellicott City Partnership
Creig Northrop Group
Cirque A La Mode
"HOMEGROWN" graphic designer Una Ruth ROCKS!
Her 2016 MSMF artwork is the most amazing yet !!!
Enjoy the evolution of our favorite comUNITY event.
Want to meet Darth Vader, a Storm Trooper, Mara Jade? What about R2D2? Chewbacca, Boba & Jango Fett? This is the place for you! We will have a meet n greet between 1-4 and Jedi Saber Combat between 12:45 & 1:30
Click on the links below to find out more about the performers and the charitable work they do!
Grab your friends and family and come out to Main Street Music Fest to support Old Ellicott City. This full day festival features 6 stages, 60 bands, Main Street Market Place, Star Wars Village, beer garden, EC restaurants and much much more!
Tickets are $12 and kids under 12 are FREE! Bring the family!
Star Wars Village
River House Pizza
Jailbreak Brewing Co.
Manor Hill Brewery
EC Market Place
The 5th annual Main Street Music Fest
Motivated by the desire to support and promote local Unsigned musicians in Mid Atlantic area. Main Street Music Fest features the best talent that Mid Atlantic has to offer, as well as some of the best indie artists from the surrounding states.
Now in our 5th year , which will be held on Saturday, September 24th, 2016, we will be moving our event to Merriweather Post Pavillion due to the devastating flood that destroyed our Main Street. Merriweather offered to host the event and will donate 100 percent of its event proceeds to Ellicott City Partnership and its efforts to assist those merchants and residents impacted by the flood.