Greater Lauraville Fair Poster 2017

33rd Annual Greater Lauraville Fair
Located in Heinz Park at the corner of Walther Boulevard and Harford Road

Music • Great Food • Flea Market & Much, Much, More!

Music Schedule

11:00 - 11:30 • Ray Of Hope C.M. Franklin Mass Choir

Presented by our friends from the Ray Of Hope Baptist Church

11:30 - 12:30 • The Chip Miller Fusion Band

The Chip Miller Fusion consists of a collective unit of experienced musicians that bring together a variety of musical genres and talents that fuse together Jazz, Classical, funk and R&B sounds for your listening pleasure.

They consist of Lead Guitarist and founder Roy "Chip" Miller who studied Jazz Guitar at the Peabody Prepatory Music Focus program under famed instructor Steve Yankee as well as studies with noted Guitarist Brian Kooken of the Greg Hatza Organization. Miller has studied Traditional Jazz, Jazz Fusion and Funk styles since the age of 15. Alexandre Abdoulaev is a musicologist, composer, arranger and Jazz Classical Pianist. He is currently a Professor of Music Literature at The University of Delaware. Alex is an active performer in the Delmarva area and has performed with such acts as the Butler Parks Hot Serenaders and Mike Slaps the Bass. Marck Stanley has been playing Bass Guitar for 25 years and has played and toured with a variety of acts in Maryland, Colorado and California. When not playing Jazz , Marck plays in a Blues/Soul group based in Ellicott City. Alex Redel has been a Touring and Studio Drummer for the past 20 years and studied under famed Baltimore based Drummer Dennis Chambers. He studied Jazz at Towson University under noted organist Greg Hatza of the Greg Hatza Organization and has collaborated with former member of the Lynard Skynard Band.

The Chip Miller Fusion is available for gigs locally in the Delmarva region and is currently working as the back up band for Baltimore based vocalist Michael Austin.

12:30 - 2:00 • Mambo Combo

Having played continuously for 34 years in the Mid-Atlantic region, Mambo Combo is available for parties, weddings, corporate events, and neighborhood concerts. The band plays a wide assortment of Latin and Caribbean dance music including: Salsa, Cha-cha-cha, Merengue, Rumba, Samba, Bossa Nova, Soca, and a variety of Latin Jazz tunes as well.

Baltimore Magazine has called Mambo Combo the "Best Party Band," adding, "... crowds moving to the seductive rhythms of Island sound are a pretty good tip-off that the group is nearby." In past years, Mambo Combo won the “WAMMY” from the Washington Area Music Association as “Best Latin Band.”

2:00 -3:30 • Squeeze Bayou

Squeeze Bayou plays Cajun dance music from Southwestern Louisiana with a dash of zydeco thrown in. The band plays lively two steps and soulful waltzes, as well as music that blends many styles including country music, blues and Creole. Their material is rooted in traditional Louisiana sources and most of the vocals are sung in Cajun French.

The band : Karen Collins - fiddle, vocals, rubboard | Kevin Bell - accordion | Fred Feinstein - guitar | Kevin Enoch - bass | David Lopez - drums

Squeeze Bayou has been performing Cajun music at dances, festivals, wedding receptions, parties and other events in the Washington D.C. area for over 20 years. In 1998 the band received the "Prix Dehors de Nous", known as the "Cajun Grammy" for best recording of a Cajun band outside of Louisiana for their CD "Steppin' Fast".

3:30 - 5:00 • Brad Kolodner, Luke Chohany and Alex Lacquement Band

From groovy Old Time melodies and Bluegrass ballads to reimagined country songs and driving stringband numbers, Brad, Luke & Alex dazzle with their top-notch instrumental chops and three part harmony singing. The trio shares a deep musical bond forged over years living together as roommates in Brad's Hampden row house. Brad Kolodner is one of the country's foremost clawhammer banjoists and a founding member of the powerhouse Irish, Old Time and Bluegrass quartet Charm City Junction and the hypnotizing collaboration with his father The Ken & Brad Quartet. Luke Chohany is perhaps the fastest rising acoustic guitar star in Baltimore and is well versed in bluegrass, jazz, and country. Alex Lacquement is one of the most in-demand upright bassists in the region as a performer with the Bumper Jacksons, Charm City Junction, Letitia Van Sant, and The Ken & Brad Quartet. Together, they represent the next generation of acoustic roots musicians carrying the torch for the music in the Baltimore area. |

Greater Lauraville Fair Food Vendor

Great Food | Local Brew

Foodgitive Food Truck

"Eating on the Run" selection of savory wraps, sandwiches and sides

Green Bowl Food Truck

Delicious Asian inspired entrees and sides

Chef Mac

Louisiana cuisine brought to Lauraville with jambalaya, salmon, shrimp and more

Posey's Lemonade

Refreshingly delicious

Brewer's Art Beers

Adult beverages

Find Us!

We are located in Heinz Park at the corner of Walther Boulevard and Harford Road, across the street from the Ray Of Hope Baptist Church.

Become A Vendor!

For information about becoming a sponsor, vendor or entertainer contact Bill O’Connor at 410-426-3566
or email @