We couldn't say it better...except please join us for what looks to be a great afternoon!
From the City Paper Baltimore
Hamilton Street Festival and Car Show
Saturday, July 25 at 11 a.m.- 8 p.m.
The 5400-5500 blocks of Harford Road hosts beer from Brewer’s Art and Flying Dog, a pie eating contest, the performing antics of aminibigcircus, and classic cars; plus music from BDK, ellen cherry, Sal Bando, Kenny and Cris, Trace Blam, Honkey Knog, Puddle, Lafayette Gilchrist, St. Veroniica's Youth Stell Orchestra, Jeremiah Clark and the Broken Band, Underground Sound, the Expotentials, Muscle Twin, T.T. Tucker, the Beltways, and Rodney Henry.
Although the Hamilton area is looking fresh these days on account of local eateries sprouting up and thriving along it's main corridor, this weekend brings the 16th annual street festival celebrating the community and the local car culture. Highlights include beer from Brewer’s Art and Flying Dog, a pie-eating contest, the performing antics of aminibigcircus, and classic cars, natch. Dancing in the street provided by non-stop line-ups on two stages. Don't miss ms.ellen cherry at 1 p.m. and Lafayette Gilchrist at 7 p.m. on the Hamilton Stage and a strong finish by T.T. Tucker, the Beltways, and Rodney Henry hour by hour starting after 5 on the Gibbons Stage.