Welcome to Historic Frostburg, Maryland
Oldies Night at the Depot
On Saturday, July 18th from 5:00-9:00, the Chinese Bandits will be performing at the Frostburg Depot. The concert is free for everyone that wants to rock and roll and reminisce to the 50’s and 60’s music. The Classy Chassie Car Club will be showing off their classic cars and The Trail Inn Café will be the diner to hang out and dance the night away.
For an extra added attraction, the Western Maryland Scenic train will arrive at the Frostburg Depot around 7:00 pm and will be hosting a 50’s Theme Night – "Johnny Got Greased" as it is transporting passengers to the Depot. Feuding band members turn on each other during their come-back debut and a twisted plot is revealed during a twist contest! Is Johnny an angel, or did he do the dirty deed? Find out on this fun-filled murder mystery train. Performed by Random Acts: The Murder Mystery Company. (Dining is sold out, but Parlor Car seating is still available)
Rain or shine, bring a chair, and be ready to relive those wonderful days of Rock n Roll. For information about the 50's Night train, contact Jodi Burnsworth, Group Sales and Special Events Coordinator 301-759-4400 ex 105 Time:5:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Frostburg, Maryland is a small college town in Western Maryland boasting Frostburg State University; a four-year graduate and undergraduate public university. The university shares its name with the town in which it is located. Nestled in the state's Appalachian highlands, the area rich in its mining and education heritage and is known for crisp autumns, snowy winters, beautiful springs and cool summers.
Its location provides easy access to Pennsylvania and West Virginia, while the major metropolitan areas of Pittsburgh, Washington, D.C., and Baltimore are only a few hours away.
Frostburg is a Historic Main Street community with many "turn of the century" homes. It has 18 churches representing many denominations and is a growing municipality full of creativity and community spirit. Frostburg provides six community parks for recreational activities and was named after Meshach Frost.