It ain't summer in Maine till you have had a red snappah!

Troy and Mark, are a couple of good ol' boys from the 207, who have a Facebook page and YouTube channel, that breaks down exactly what it is that make us true Mainahs!

It is always funny when you tell someone who isn't from here about red hot dogs, because they usually look at you like you have two heads. Personally, they are my only hot dog of choice, and they are truly the hit of any backyard barbecue in Maine, so it makes perfect sense that Welcome To Maine would do a fun video about it.

I swear that in the last month, every social media post I see, is either about fiddleheads, or ticks (both equally gross in my opinion) I have scrolled by so many pictures of people either pulling ticks off their dogs, their kids, or themselves. They are nasty little buggers that are a real problem in Maine, and a bite from one can bring on some very unpleasant symptoms. With that in mind, if there is any humor to be drawn from these little creatures, the Welcome To Maine fellas would be the ones to do it.

Speaking of fiddleheads, that was the subject of another recent video, more proof that 2021 in Maine, is they year of fiddleheads, and ticks. Ewwwwww!

Their unique brand of Maine comedy will be making a stop in Bangor. "Welcome to Maine: Live!" comes to the Bangor Arts Exchange, located at 193 Exchange Street, in Bangor, on Saturday, June 12th from 8-11 pm. Tickets are priced between $40-$80, and can be purchased at the Bangor Arts Exchange website.

If you get a kick out of these guys, they now have merch to buy! You can now purchase Welcome to Maine merchandise online from shirts to hoodies to coffee mugs.

Maine's Fair Schedule 2021

2021 will see the reopening of many events, including our annual fairs. Here's the list of this year's fair schedule and what to look forward to with each one.