Entertainment

Festivals

Do more outside. This portside town has a soft-spot in our hearts for festivals and we like them to taste good, look pretty, and be a whole lot of fun. We like bikes – so we have a festival for that. We like food – so we have a festival for that. We like Edgar Allen Poe – so we even have a festival that. We love local breweries – so we definitely have lots of beer at all of our festivals.

With one of the largest Restaurant Weeks in the country, Downtown Baltimore shows off our culinary chops this year August 1-10. WTMD’s First Thursdays Concerts are in full swing in their new location, Canton’s Waterfront Park, with thousands of people flocking to the park for live bands and good company each month.


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  • Cocktail Hour: Bar Vasquez

    Bar Vasquez knows how to happy hour. Each month they offer a special $5 cocktail along with a selection of $5 wines and snacks, every Monday - Friday, 5-7pm.

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  • Everyman Theatre

    "What begins as an ordinary summer day at the CT home of the Tyrone family morphs into a night filled with foggy, drink-laced demons where long-buried secrets are revealed..." Long Day's Journey Into Night runs 1/31-3/4 at Everyman Theatre.

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  • Hoppy Hour Series

    New Year, new beer! Heavy Seas Beer is ready for you to try their newest member of the Cannon Crew, AmeriCannon. Grab your crew & join ours at B&O American Brasserie on Jan 17th, The Rowhouse Grille on Jan. 18, Blue Hill Tavern on Jan. 24, and Avenue Kitchen & Bar on Feb. 7. Cheers!

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  • Light City 2018

    Light City-the free festival of light, music and innovation- returns to Baltimore for its third year in April.

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  • The Parkway Theater

    The Parkway Theater is now open in Station North after an extensive (and beautiful) renovation. Enjoy thoughtful film selections in their restored theaters.

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  • AMAZED at Port Discovery

    Put on your thinking caps as you explore giant indoor mazes inside Port Discovery Children’s Museum. A·MAZE·D will challenge kids and adults alike with mazes by Dave Phillips.

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  • The Bygone

    The Bygone is now open at the top of the Four Seasons in Harbor East. Take in the views while you dine and sip from their extensive cocktail, wine, and champagne lists.

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