The MHB Band will be rocking out at this years Grape Stomp Festival on Saturday Oct 5, 2013 at Sugarloaf Mountain Vineyard.
Located in the rolling hills of Comus, Maryland on the border of Montgomery and Frederick Counties. Featured throughout the festival is the popular and exciting Grape Stomp contest where you can test your skill and competitive juices in this ancient wine making tradition! Prizes will be awarded!
MHB has a fantastic line up for the night with some of his favorite local musicians. Drummer Torro Gamble has performed with MHB numerous times and has become a staple drummer for the band’s live performances in the Maryland/DC area. “Torro is a fantastic musician all around. He’s able to site right in the pocket and give’s me the drum grooves I hear in my head. What more can a front man want, say’s MHB.” Also, for the first time, friend of MHB and local musician Sean Chuyn will be joining the band on guitar and vocals. “I’m super stoked about having Sean on this gig. We’ve played numerous times together over the past few years at jam nights, such as the famous Harp and Fiddle Jam night with local legend Gary Grainger and Brandon Combs, but this is the first official gig with him on guitar and vocals. It’s going to be a great show!” say’s MHB.
October 5 & 6 and 12 & 13, Noon – 6 pm each day (last call 5:30)
Join us for our seventh annual Grape Stomp festival held on two consecutive weekends, October 5 & 6 and 12 & 13 from Noon – 6 pm each day. Featured throughout the festival is the popular and exciting Grape Stomp contest where you can test your skill and competitive juices in this ancient wine making tradition! Prizes will be awarded! And remember, it’s not the size of your foot that matters… it’s the power of your sole!
Tastings of all available vintages available for $10
• Tours of the fermentation and barrel rooms, 1:30, 2:30, 3:30 and 4:30
• Live music, 1 – 5 pm
• Food vendors
– Dave Higgenbottom
– JB Seafood
– Jazzy’s Sweet Treats
– Linda’s Luncheonette food truck (Oct. 5 only)
• Craft vendors
– Gourmet Steve olive oils
– Batty Batches jellies, jams and marmalades (Oct. 5 & 12 only)
– M.Reed Designs/Creative Renaissance (Oct. 5 & 6 only)
Tickets will be available at gate. No advance ticket sales.
21 and older – $15
Under 21 and non-drinkers – $5
Admission includes entrance to the festival, a souvenir glass engraved by Jenny Muffler, choice of select glass of wine or sangria, tour, live music, and of course the opportunity to stomp the grapes! Bacchus Club members receive 2 free tickets. Tickets will be honored for any one of the four days of the event.
Identification will be checked at the gate. Bring your chairs and blankets! This is a rain or shine event. No refunds. This is a ticketed event. There is no regular walk-in business for these two weekends. SMV wines are the only alcohol permitted on the premises – including parking lots. Coolers will be checked.