Been itching to get out of the house and enjoy some good music? Checkout the Frozen Harbor music festival in Baltimore, February 16-17.

Music fans will soon have the chance to get out and enjoy some great live music when the annual Frozen Harbor Musical Festival returns to Baltimore, February 16-17. Put on by One Koast Entertainment, many major acts have been booked, including George Clinton & Parliament Funkadelic and dozens of underground music acts. Frozen Harbor’s venues for the festival include the Baltimore Soundstage -- where Saturday night’s main headliner and jam band festival regular Keller Williams will perform -- and Rams Head Live, which will host George Clinton & Parliament Funkadelic’s performance on Friday evening. [gallery type="rectangular" size="large" ids="7409,7410"] Two-day Passes -- $120 | George Clinton & Parliament Funkadelic -- $40 | Keller Williams -- $29 | One-day tickets to Power Plant Live -- $20 Purchase Tickets Here. Other acts, like House Music DJ Chris Lake and the nationally-known band Jimmie’s Chicken Shack, will help to round out the wide spectrum of musical entertainment. More than 150 bands and performers will perform, and fans can expect to hear a mix of blues, jazz, funk, ska, rock and electronica styles.

Tentative Schedule of Events:

Friday, February 16 Baltimore Soundstage @ 4:30 p.m. Ram's Head Live @ 5 p.m. Saturday, February 17 Ram's Head Live @ 4 p.m. Baltimore Soundstage @ 4:30 p.m.   For the complete festival lineup, visit Frozen Harbor Music Festival’s website. Will you be attending the Frozen Harbor Music Festival? Which bands are you looking forward to seeing in action? Let us know in the comments below, and let's get the conversation started!

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