Hagerstown, Maryland Getaway

Blues developed in the late nineteenth century in the Deep South and began to gain popularity in the 1920s as a primarily African American music genre. This Thursday, May 31 through Sunday, June 3 experience how blues has evolved and expanded at the 17th Annual Western Maryland Blues Fest in Hagerstown, Maryland. Come watch acclaimed performers, some of whom have been nominated for the prestigious 2012 Blues Music Awards! After enjoying the music, head over to nearby Sharpsburg to stay at the Jacob Rohrbach Inn, a nineteenth century bed and breakfast with extensive gardens. Wander the beautiful, historic village setting and revel in a delicious multi-course breakfast every morning. Click here to learn more about the Western Maryland Blues Fest, and click here to book your stay at the Jacob Rohrbach Inn.