Frozen Harbor Music Festival is a 2-day festival that consists of 160 acts on ten stages in the heart of Baltimore’s beautiful Inner Harbor. Rams Head Live, an 1,800 person venue, will play center stage for Frozen Harbor Music Festival. It will be accompanied by nine other venues, including Baltimore Soundstage, Angel’s Rock Bar, Luckies Tavern, Tin Roof, PBR, Mosaic, Mex, Luckies Liquors and Leinenkugels Biergarten Featuring: Redman aka Reggie Noble BALLYHOO! Bong Hits For Jesus Jenn Grinels Pasadena Bumpin Uglies Spiritual Rez The Grilled Lincolns Lovebettie Bond & Bentley Tropidelic Oogee Wawa Higher Education Frankie Goodrich Treehouse Wise Eyes Oceanstone Sweet Leda Black Angel Down Billy Lyve & Ill Luck Rebel Nation Chin-yer & That Planet Mighty I Yeah Son G. Finesse & Black Eagle Giada J. Zarni The Driftwood Renegades Changing Scene Sound Makers Union Modern Nomad Wesley Spangler Nikki Briar Jocelyn Faro & The Ragazzi Against Better Judgement Skribe The Shawn Owen Band Milton J & the Leftovers The Never Ending Fall The Tommy McGee Band The Slow Surrender Knolly Moles ADO Survival of The Sickest Zero For Life The Dirty Grass Players Heavy Sight Leo & Cygnus Medusa Disco Michelle McTierney The Splinters The Strange Heat Gingerwolf Blank Point Method Troll Tribe Kavoossi Angela Charles Spaceboy Part One Tribe The Cornerstone Waverunner Fast As Lightning Quinton Randall 8 ohms Loose Ties Stacked Like Pancakes Supper Break String Band Black Dog Alley Spo AND MORE!!!!Tickets Save
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Manager: Mor Krivinsky
Bio: Coming from the Madeira beach area with the vibe of downtown St. Petersburg Florida, This four piece Disco/Reggae group consists of Kenny Mullins (lead guitar, main vocals), John Holt III (bass, vocals) Jeremy Hasak (Keys, horns and back up vocals) Josh Hasak (Drums, percussion) .Resinated relea...See Full Bio
“Resinated is full of talent. A solid band with catchy tunes which have grooves that make it nearly impossible to sit still. They're all awesome dudes, too. A pleasure to have in class.”