Sowebo Arts and Music Festival 2011

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I went to the South West Baltimore (Sowebo) Arts and Music Festival for the first time yesterday and I must say that it far exceeded my expectations. I truly love Sowebo, I think it has a lot of potential and despite some undesirable aspects of the neighborhood, the majority of the people there are great. The city is full of culture, enrichment, and good people.

I have spent a lot of time in the neighborhood in the past, and have heard nothing but wonderful thing about the festival but have not had a chance to go until this year.

I am so glad that I went because it was truly a very enjoyable time and I cannot wait to go back next year!

The music was outstanding! All sorts of various bands from every different genre performed and rocked the whole neighborhood.

The art work was unique, inspiring, offensive, and everything else that good art should be.

And the food… out of this world. I will put some more picture on here later on in the day, but I must say if you live anywhere near baltimore. There is only one place you should be next memorial day weekend - At Sowebo Fest.

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