Arts on Main will hold its fifth annual RiverJam, a music festival featuring local musicians, from noon to 5 p.m. on Saturday, May 22 at “Channelside” in North.
RiverJam committee volunteers planned this year’s event to highlight “Locally Homegrown” as the community comes together to support the arts in a cause that goes beyond the walls of the nonprofit organization Arts on Main, said a press release.
Mathews residents Drs. Hugh and Barbara Bryan will open the grounds of their home Channelside on the North River for an afternoon of music with headliners The Ballast Band, as well as Edison & Co. and St. Juliens Creek Revival Band.
“It is an honor to help the community celebrate art and music,” said Hugh Bryan, Arts on Main Board member and Channelside host.
RiverJam vendors include Gloucester Brewing Co. providing refreshing microbrews on tap, Short Lane Ice Cream serving ice cream by the scoop, and food trucks Wild Horse Country Café, Va. Blue Crab Co., Shore Bites, a...
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