Whiskey Rebellion Fest 2024

Brought to you by the Community Trust Foundation in partnership with

Boggs and Company Wealth Management

Friday September 13 2024, 6 to 10 pm

Allegany Museum, 3 Pershing St. Cumberland, MD

Get Tickets HERE!

Your ticket to the 2023 Fest includes:

  • Tastings from more than a dozen small-batch Maryland and national distillers of whiskey, moonshine, vodka and rum (Bottle sales available)
  • Open beer and wine bar
  • Catered food and treats
  • Historic re-enactments
  • Colonial ‘pub’ room providing authentic colonial games
  • Your photo with ‘President Washington’
  • Presentations of cigar/whiskey pairings and cigar sales
  • Goodie bags
  • A free ride home with Sober Rides

Also participate in a silent auction with items such as:

  • Stay Tuned as Silent Auction Items are being added soon!

    You can also purchase tickets at Main Street Books in Frostburg or the Book Center, N. Centre St, Cumberland.

    Or simply click here

    Follow in Washington’s Footsteps

    Why Washington? Why Cumberland MD?
    George Washington visited this area at important points in his life and career.
    In March 1748, during his time as a surveyor, he wrote of visiting the Cresap home at the mouth of the South Branch of the Potomac. He notes of this part of his journey: “I believe ye worst road than ever was trod by Man or Beast.”
    Washington began and ended his military service in Cumberland. His first visit was in 1755 as Colonel George Washington, serving under Braddock in the French and Indian War.
    In 1794, as the Commander in Chief, he reviewed the troops gathered at Fort Cumberland to put down the Whiskey Rebellion.
    Visit all these places and more when you are in Cumberland to attend this year’s Whiskey Rebellion Fest, Allegany Museum in Cumberland, Friday Sept 8, 6 to 10 pm.
    Find places to visit on your Washington journey below: Bookings open March 2020

    Heritage Days Festival

    September 14 & 15

    Washington & Baltimore Streets

    Reenactments of scenes from our colonial history pop up among stalls providing food, crafts, entertainment, and attractions for the kids.

    • Face Painting
    • Children’s Games
    • Pony Rides
    • Fort Cumberland underground railway tunnel tours
    • Frontier and Military Encampments
    • Museums and Art Galleries
    • Street Music