SUDLERSVILLE — Godfrey’s Farm will host its sixth annual “Bluegrass in the Blueberry Patch” event from noon to 4 p.m. Sunday, June 27.

According to a news release, “Bluegrass in the Blueberry Patch” will be held at the Godfrey Farm Market, 302 Leager Road, Sudlersville, with local bluegrass bands Grey and Blue Grass and Vintage Blue Bluegrass Band playing under the farm’s pavilion next to the blueberry field.

In addition to the live music, there will be pick-your-own blueberries, barrel cart rides around the patch, tractor photo-ops for the young tractor lover and more.

Inside the market guests can expect berry treats from hand-dipped ice cream and fresh fruit slushies to fresh baked blueberry pies and muffins.

The Walker Family food truck will be set-up to serve up deep-fried lunch items. Yo Java Bowl truck will have its signature fresh smoothie and acai bowls, as well as Sudlersville’s Patriot Acres Farm Brewery pouring local brews.

Advanced tickets are $10 each and can be purchased at the farm market or online. Kids 12 and under are free. Tickets purchased on-site the day of the event will be $15 each. Parking will be available behind the market.

Guests are encouraged to bring a picnic blanket or chairs as seating is limited. For more information, contact the farm market at 410-438-3509 or email the farm at info@

Godfrey’s Farm is a family owned farm that offers a variety of farm fresh produce and other locally sourced goods. The farm, open mid-April to Labor Day, also offers pick-your-own strawberries, blueberries, tart cherries, peaches and flowers. For more information, visit

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