“A Festival of the Arts, For the Arts.” That’s what’s on tap this weekend in Salisbury as the River City Arts Jam makes it’s spring debut. Organized by the Salisbury Wicomico Arts Council, the River City Arts Jam will feature a full-day of arts and entertainment in Downtown Salisbury, with non-stop entertainment on two stages from 10 am until 10 pm on Saturday, April 30. Food, music, arts, kids activities and more are in-store for attendees, all for just $5 admission ($3 for children).
When: Saturday, April 30; 10 am – 7 pm (outdoors) & 10 am – 10 pm (indoors)
Where: Headquarters Live, Downtown Salisbury (115 S. Division Street)
What: The River City Arts Jam is “a festival of the arts, for the arts” with a full day of arts and entertainment ranging from choral poetry to live bands, drummers, theatrical skits and more. Two stages – one indoors and one outdoors – will accommodate a steady flow of live music and entertainment. Performances include Alex & Shiloh, AMP Band, Brooke Bennish, Tom Bryant, Brianna Brant, Madison Copeland & Band, Jonathon Lopez, and Miranda Haney, to name a few. There will also be plenty of youth activities for the kids to enjoy, including an inflatable park with firehouse and princess bounce houses, an 18-foot inflatable slide, wipe-out event, and obstacle course. Food vendors and food trucks will also be available all day, with a wide-range of local fare. Look for plenty of art booths and artisan vendors as well along the river, with plenty of chances to support and purchase local artists.
Cost: Pay admission at the gate; adults are $5 and children are $3. All proceeds will benefit the Salisbury Wicomico Arts Council.