Greater Lauraville Fair Poster 2018

34rd 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 • The Ray Of Hope CBaptist Gospel Choir

The Ray Of Hope has been a strong supporter of the fair for many years!

11:30 - 12:30 • Hermes Charles

Hermes Charles is a singer/guitarist/songwriter/lifelong Baltimorean. His set will include his own songs, and tunes from songwriters that he likes. Joining him will be Ralph Reinoldi, a multi-instrumentalist who has played in many bands, perhaps most notably O'Malley's March.

12:45 - 2:00 • The Stone Hill All-Stars

They took their name from the Baltimore neighborhood where they first met. Famed rocker Greg Kihn says of the Stone Hill All Stars, "Great songs, inventive arrangements, and timeless kick-ass roots-rock by guys who can really play.” The group performs R&B, reggae, polka, folk ballads, and other swampy kinds of dance music. Meet Hoppy Hokpins on drums, Paul Margolis on guitar, bass, and vocals, Dan Naiman plays bass and saxophone, Tim Pruitt on guitar and John Shock on the piano, accordian, and vocals. Visit their Facebook page:

2:15 -3:30 • Mambo Combo

Mambo Combo was named best Latin music group in 2007 by WAMA (the Washington Area Music Association) and "Best Party Band" in 1999 by Baltimore Magazine. For more than twenty-five years, the band has been entertaining in the Mid-Atlantic region and beyond, from the Caribbean to New England. Few people can resist dancing to the infectious soca and samba, and those who tango will be motivated to do this dramatic and passionate dance. In the July 1996 issue of Baltimore Magazine reported, "... crowds moving to the seductive rhythms of Island sound are a pretty good tip-off that the group is nearby." Their website is

3:45 - 5:00 • The St. Veronica Steel Drum Band

Pan in the Community , Inc. was founded in April 1999 by Anthony and Anita McFarlane, they migrated from Trinidad and Tobago in 1992. This organization was formed so that the steel drums, referred to or called "pans", could be used as the medium in which young people could be refocused into a more positive behavior. The mission of Pan in the Community (PITC) is to expose the youth of Baltmore City to the music and culture of the Caribbean through the mediium of music. Using the steel drum, PITC aims to enhance academic achievement, encourage social and civic consciousness and promote cultural awareness for the youth of Baltimore City. Their website is
Greater Lauraville Fair Food Vendor

Great Food | Local Brew

Farm To Charm Food Truck

Locally Sourced ~ Globally Inspired. Bringing a gourmet focus to simple, healthy, locally sourced food at a street friendly price—right here in Charm City.

Green Bowl Food Truck

Delicious Asian inspired entrees and sides. What exactly is bibimbap, mofongo, and tostones? Delicious. See for yourself...All dishes are available vegetarian or vegan, and if you're into gluten free, try the mofongo!

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 @