Put-in-Bay Music Festival
Join us for the 4th annual FREE Put-in-Bay Music Festival
Sponsored by Miller Boat Line
About 3,000 people enjoyed a full day of music, games, workshops, food and fun at last years Put-in-Bay Music Festival. Classic rock, funk, southern rock, jazz, blues and swing thrown in for good measure provided attendees a festival that personifies Perry’s Victory & International Peace Memorial’s long tradition of promoting peace through music.
We had so much fun we’re doing it again on Saturday, June 6, 2020 at our beautiful National Park, Perry’s Victory and International Peace Memorial’s Peace Garden. The park opens at 10 am, the festival grounds will open at 11 am and the music starts about noon.
This is a FREE, family friendly, outdoor concert with a Lake Erie view. Those attending are encouraged to bring blankets and lawn chairs to enjoy the beautiful setting of Put-in-Bay’s iconic National Park. There will be an eclectic mix of entertainment on the secondary stage, including the ukulele workshop players, Drew LaPlante and others. There will be beer, wine & beverages available for purchase and food local food trucks.
Learn more: You can follow the Put-in-Bay Music Festival on Facebook for continuous updates. Put-in-Bay is a mecca of entertainment with longtime island entertainers Mike “Mad Dog” Adams, Westside Steve Simmons, Ray Fogg, and dozens of other solo acts and groups. Be sure to check out the entertainment the weekend of June 8, 2019 and make a weekend of it. Go to the Put-in-Bay Chamber of Commerce website at visitputinbay.com for the latest information on where to stay, directions to the ferry, island attractions and more. You can also visit millerferry.com for the Put-in-Bay ferry schedule, island information and coupons to save on your visit!
About Perry’s Victory and International Peace Memorial: Established to honor those who fought and died in the Battle of Lake Erie during the War of 1812 and to celebrate the long-lasting peace between the United States, Great Britain, and Canada. The Memorial, a Doric column, rising 352 feet over Lake Erie is situated 5 miles from the longest undefended border in the world. For more information about Perry’s Victory visit www.nps.gov/pevi, Perry’s Victory and International Peace Memorial on Facebook, Twitter @PerrysVIPM, instagram @perrysvictorynps, or call 419-285-2184.
Festival partners: include main sponsor Miller Boat Line, Lake Erie Shores and Islands, Lake Erie Islands Historical Society, the Put-in-Bay Chamber of Commerce and the Perry Group.