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Imagine Hagerstown 2019

Imagine Hagerstown 2019


The City of Hagerstown is excited to announce the line-up for Imagine Hagerstown, its new arts and music infused event taking place in June.  Bands, dance, spoken word, circus arts, storytelling, acoustic music, magic, and visual arts will fill the Cultural Trail, University Plaza, and The Maryland Theatre, packing four weekends full of diversely dynamic downtown entertainment certain to ensure that Imagine Hagerstown lives up to its name!

The Friday night parties in University Plaza go from 6-9pm. All performances are free. Local beer and wine, along with a variety of food will be available for purchase.

On Saturday afternoons from 12-5pm, the Cultural Trail (between Antietam and Lee Streets) plays host to a variety of eclectic art experiences. All events on the Cultural Trail are free. A variety of food will be available for sale.

Imagine Hagerstown also presents “Best of the Hub City”, a ticketed performance at The Maryland Theatre showcasing Hagerstown’s top homegrown talent on Saturday, June 15 at 7:30pm.  Featured performers are:  The Derailleurs, a high-flying quintet playing hot jazz from the ‘30’s and ‘40’s, led by Hagerstown native Trent Renshaw; Lykoh, the City’s own multi-instrumentalist, singer, songwriter, and producer who is currently making his mark on the Alternative Pop/Contemporary R & B scene; classical guitarist Candice Mowbray, a highly sought-after regular as a soloist and chamber musician, and accomplished jazz/rock guitarist Danny Webber; poet/activist Tekesha Martinez, speaking truth with her powerful words and delivery; and choreographer Danielle Horochowski, mesmerizing audiences with her graceful contemporary ballet.  Tickets are $15 in advance and $20 door, and available at www.mdtheatre.org.

For more information and a detailed schedule, visit www.imaginehagerstown.org, or phone 301-739-8577, ext. 116.

The schedule includes:


University Plaza



Cultural Trail


The Get Right Band



Jensuya Belly Dance
also: singer-songwriter Kevin Neidig,
poets Tekesha Martinez and Ryan Michael Rhone,
photographer Monika Wertman, and Janeliasoul.


The Muddy Crows
also: Fresh Academicz Breakdance and Hip Hop Academy



Mark Lohr and the Lohr Family Follies
also: Native American flutist Stephen Darnell,
the Maryland Symphony Brass,
storytellers Adam Booth and Fanny Crawford,
and dance instructor Sandra Oblitas of the Kasandra Cultural Center.

7:30pm - "Best of the Hub City" at The Maryland Theatre (ticketed event)


The Reagan Years



Magician Brian Wendell Morton
also: PBQ (Paul Beard, Ron Webb, Butch Moser, and Jeff Taulton),
poetry by Gingerbread Man,
interactive painting by HeARTworks,
and Serene Green.


Black Masala
also: Spence4Hire



Michael DeLalla
also: Wilson College MFA program dancers,
photographer Monika Wertman,
open mic for poets, singers, and rappers,
and Karensa Gray and KGJazz.