The Garrett Lakes Arts Festival 2020 Season!
Clipper City Brass Event Postponed
In accordance with the actions taken by Governor Hogan prohibiting public events of more than 250 people, we wanted to update you on GLAF's response. COVID-19 (novel coronavirus) has now officially been designated a pandemic by the World Health Organization (WHO). The situation presents a wide range of challenges for our society.
GLAF will reassess the situation on a daily basis and make the best decision we can for our audience, artists and staff. In the meantime we wanted to make sure you are aware of some precautions we will be taking to ensure everyone's safety. We will be rescheduling the April 23-25 performances with Clipper City Brass Quintet.
Additionally, we are suspending our no refund policy due to the severity of this situation and tickets will be exchanged toward the future Clipper City Brass Quintet performance. If the new date is not a good date for you, you can elect to return your ticket as a GLAF donation or we will gladly refund your purchased ticket price. Please keep watching for email notices and Facebook updates.
Garrett Lakes Arts Festival began with a vision of a music festival in Garrett County.
In December 1986, a group of Garrett County residents gathered to explore that vision and a related proposal from local resident Kathryn Sincell and violinist Erick Friedman. The joint desire was to promote cultural and artistic activities in the county and to rekindle the Mountain Chautauqua spirit, once a hallmark of Garrett County life. A core of 22 citizens evolved from the originators, many of whom remained in leadership roles, serving with dedication and distinction in the ensuing years. GLAF is a non-profit 501(3)(C) corporation.