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Every month, Annapolis and Anne Arundel County celebrate special events and festivals that showcase our area's phenomenal resources. So, whether you're coming to town because of the precious Chesapeake Bay and its tributaries, our spine-tingling historical landmarks and impressive arts scene, top-notch sporting events, great dining and shopping, or the pulsating night life, check the Spotlight on Upcoming Events below before you go. Chances are you'll find an event that highlights your favorite thing about Annapolis and Anne Arundel County—or introduces you to a new one.

Also, peruse our events calendar for a year's worth of listings on upcoming fun events and festivals in and around Annapolis.


Spotlight On Upcoming Events

African American Heritage Tour

On February 20th, from 1-3 pm, tour Annapolis with a period dressed guide on this unique walking tour that explores African American heritage. African Americans have, for over 300 years, comprised a significant portion of the population of the state of Maryland, our county and the city of Annapolis. During colonial times, the labor of both slaves and free blacks was the cornerstone upon which the tobacco economy was built. In the nineteenth century, Maryland was home to more free African Americans than any other state...more

The Sleeping Beauty

The Ballet Theatre of Maryland presents The Sleeping Beauty at Maryland Hall for the Creative Arts (801 Chase Street Annapolis, MD 21401) with three different performances in February. Experience this timeless classic with the whole family on Friday, February 19th (7:30 pm), Saturday the 20th (7:00 pm), and Sunday the 21st (2:00 pm)...more

The Annapolis Shakespeare Company presents: Three Sisters

Nowhere in modern drama has the transitory beauty and the pathos of frustrated personal aspirations been conveyed more subtly than in Chekhov's incomparable masterpiece, Three Sisters. From January 29 through February 21, the intimacy of ASC's STUDIO 111 connects you with the Prozorov sisters of the title and the soldiers and family friends who assemble at their home. As their lives seem to spill over into ours, we witness life happen as it happens, unscripted and untidy. Donald Hicken's direction cleverly finds the irony and humor in this psychologically penetrating portrait of Russian provincial life...more

Sock Burning, a Quirky Right of Spring, Lives On in Annapolis

The maritime tradition of sock burning can be traced back to early sailors. On March 19, 2016 from noon to 4 p.m., head over to the Annapolis Maritime Museum (723 Second Street, Annapolis, MD 21401) for this one of a kind event. With the loosening grip of winter on the horizon, the seafarers would gather together and symbolically burn their socks to usher in the warm weather while ridding themselves of the uncomfortable socks worn throughout winter while at sea. This tradition has been adopted in Annapolis, with a fun twist. And you don’t have to be a sailor to join in the festivities at the Annapolis Maritime Museum...more

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