Things to do in Baltimore this week 7/18

Hello friends!  This is the last week that the Metro will be running before the partial shut down.  Friday is also the beginning of Baltimore Restaurant Week, aka. my Super Bowl.  Get out there and enjoy the food and fun people!

Monday, July 18

Meditation Mondays
6:45PM – 8:15PM
Indiginal Artisan & Wellness Studio
213 W. Read Street, Baltimore
Meditation is…………….
An ordinary person may consider meditation as a worship or prayer. But it is not so. Meditation means awareness. Whatever you do with awareness is meditation. “Watching your breath” is meditation; listening to the birds is meditation. As long as these activities are free from any other distraction to the mind, it is effective meditation. Meditation is not a technique but a way of life. Meditation Monday brings you different types of meditation, so you can see what you like!

Teavolve’s Open Mic w. Elena Lacayo
7PM – 10PM
Teavolve Cafe & Lounge
1401 Aliceanna St, Baltimore
Signup from 6-7. Music from 7-10pm. Family-friendly. 2 songs / 10 minutes whichever’s SHORTER. No amps or drumkits. Featured artist in the middle of the night. Live webcast, recordings available. No cover, but tipping the feature is encouraged! Because of the webcast, pre-recorded music MUST BE OWNED BY THE PERFORMER!
Tonight’s featured artist : Elena Lacayo “Originally from Managua, Nicaragua, Lacayo identifies herself as both American and Nicaraguan and her music, which ranges from twangy, heartbreak-themed folk Americana, to soothing, introspective, violin-infused Latin rock reflects this dual identity. ”

Right Proper Brewing Launch
6PM – 10PM
Max’s Taphouse
737 S Broadway, Baltimore
Come out to Max’s Taphouse  for the Maryland launch of Right Proper Brewing Company, great local #craftbeer from our nation’s capital. More details to follow…

Annapolis House Band with School of Rock All Stars
8PM – 9PM
2549 N Howard St, Baltimore
Our House Band rocks the stage with School of Rock All Stars! It’s worth the drive to not only see our amazing students, but talent from all over the country who attend SOR!

Snug, Bobbi Rush, Onomatopeia & More!
9PM – 1AM
The Crown
1910 N Charles St, Baltimore
Snug, Bobbi Rush, Onomatopeia, Brain Stems, Dan Mansion, and Steadfast
Hosted by Dylijens 9pm 5$

Talya Tavor/A Million Civilians/Matthew Azrieli/Kate Green
8PM – 12PM
TheDepot Baltimore
1728 N Charles St, Baltimore
Doors at 7 – music starts at 8:00. Cover will be 10$
Lineup and times:
8:00 A Million Civilans (Solo)->
8:40 Matthew Azrieli ->
9:20 Talya Tavor ->
10:00 Kate Green->

Tuesday, July 19

Full Moon Yoga with Pop Up Yoga Baltimore!
8:30PM – 9:45PM
Canton Waterfront Park
3001 Boston St, Baltimore
Join us for our SECOND Full Moon event of the summer!  Come howl at the moon with hundreds of Baltimore yogis for 75 minutes of all-levels yoga!
TEACHERS: Rebecca Horner and Jessica Knott
Donations gratefully accepted (cash or Venmo @PopUpYogaBaltimore).Please arrive early to sign in and grab your glow sticks and snag a prime spot in the park! A limited number of mats will be available for use.
SPONSORS! KIND Snacks will be providing delicious treats for everyone at this event!

Tuesday Concert in the Park with Balti Mare
6:30PM – 8:30PM
Friends of Patterson Park
27 S Patterson Park Ave, Baltimore
Balti Mare performs both original & traditional gypsy folk music in several languages including: English, Romanian, Roma (gypsy), Slovak, Macedonian, and Serbian. Come out for what is sure to be a dance party extravaganza. Bring your BIKE! Joe’s Bike Shop will be onsite doing free check overs. We will also have delicious food for purchas from Water for Chocolate,Verde, and Cream Cruiser!

Tap Takover – Charm City Meadworks
5PM – 7PM
Das Bier Haus
1542 Light St, Baltimore
Come join us for a Happy Hour Tap Takover at Das Bier Haus in Fed Hill!!

Beer Bingo: Brooklyn Brewery
7:30PM – ?
The Pig & Rooster Smokehouse
3242 Foster Ave, Baltimore
Come play free bingo and win prizes from Brooklyn and the bar. The later you stay, the better the prizes! We’ll also have the O’s vs Yankees game on at 7:05pm with sound!

Jon Patton
6PM – 8PM
West Madison Craft Beer & Wine Bar
311 W Madison St, Baltimore
West Madison welcomes folkrocker extraordinaire Jon Patton!

Baltimore Showcase!
7:30PM – 9:15PM
The Windup Space
12 W North Ave, Baltimore
This showcase is the band rehearsal evening – we’ll be playing new and old material, and we’ll probably play some pretty unusual stuff too – always a lot of fun! We’ll play a mixture of chilled out music and high energy tunes. Bachelor Boys showcases are a relaxed, free and public gig where you can see the band performing live. You can ask any questions, talk to the musicians, and get a good feel for how amazing and different the band is compared to everything else out there. Showcases are an invaluable part of your event planning research and the best way to ensure that you get a great band! Showcases are also a fun evening out – you can talk to the band and see us playing a variety of styles.

Slurred Words/GIVING UP(IA)/Baby Why!
9PM – 1AM
The Crown
1910 N Charles St, Baltimore
Slurred Words// Baltimore psych rock AND roll
GIVING UP// Iowa and everywhere else too. Road rockers going in HOT (Sophmore Lounge Recs)
Baby WHY// Baltimore sun tested rock AND roll, also!

Wednesday, July 20

Dos De Wednesdays $2 Taco Tasting
5PM – 11PM
Johnny Sánchez Baltimore
1525 Russell St, Baltimore
Come out to Johnny Sanchez at Horseshoe Casino on Wednesday, July 20th for $2 Tacos and Bottled Beers all night long! Our signature recipes and ice cold brews makes Wednesday nights with us the place to be.


Afrohead RUM Cocktail CLASS
7:30PM – ?
Saigon Today
700 S Potomac St, Baltimore
Come on out on Wednesday June 20th at 7:30 and try Afrohead rum
The rum will be offered in three different ways: Fresh, stirred and smoky. We will also be providing small bites to eat throughout the evening. Tickets are $35 and seats are limited so get them while they last! For yours, contact the restaurant at 4102764888 or Lyndz Gallion. This rum is rare to find around town but is delicious. It offers a silky smooth flavor of burnt toffee with baking spices and notes of toasty oak and honey. Come on out and try some!

Pride Kickoff Party
6PM – 10PM
The Owl Bar
1 E Chase St, Baltimore
Kickoff Baltimore Pride Week with the Owl Bar & Bond Distributing! We will be hosting a local brewery tap takeover with a diverse selection of craft beers and ciders. Portion of every pint sold goes to the Chase Brexton’s LGBT Health Resource Center program Gender Joy!

FREE: Lyric Opera Baltimore
7PM – ?
Mount Vernon Place
699 Washington Pl, Baltimore
Join us for a fun evening of great opera at the Mount Vernon Place West Square! Vocalists will perform a selection of operatic favorites, accompanied by keyboard.

PAAWs on the Pavement: 5K Running Group
6PM -?
Mothers Grille
1113 S Charles St, Baltimore
PAAWs on the Pavement! A monthly 5K running group with BARCS adoptable dogs, followed by a charity happy hour (where non-runners are also welcome!)
6:00PM – Gather and stretching (meet at happy hour location)
6:30PM – 5K run with pups* begins
After the Run – Back to happy hour bar (Non-runners welcome! Name-your-own donation @ the door)
PLEASE NOTE: Guests’ dogs are not permitted. These events are all about the BARCS adoptables!
Our June jog got one of our runner-pups, Topaz, adopted by a participant! Awesome!
Name-your-own-donation at the door of the happy hour location to receive food and drink specials – all to benefit BARCS! These fun runs are led by BARCS staff and PAAW volunteers and welcome runners of all levels! We will have leaders at the beginning of the “pack” as well as the end, so no runners will be left behind. And pssst…running not your thing? You can always just report straight to the post-run happy hour and still support the cause!  Come October, we’ll all be ready to run the grand finale – the BARCStoberfest 5k!

WHITE DENIM at Ottobar
8PM – ?
2549 N Howard St, Baltimore
8pm doors. Tickets onsale at, Charmingtons Cafe and Ottobar

Music at the Market Concert Series Featuring Steel Orchestra
5:30PM – 7:30PM
Druid Hill Farmers Market
Baltimore, Maryland
Music at the Market, 5:30 to 730, featuring Trinidad & Tobago Baltimore Steel Orchestra. The Trinidad and Tobago Baltimore Steel Orchestra has been providing the finest authentic Caribbean steel drum music since its founding in 1971. You will not only be entertained but transported to a beautiful sunny island right in the middle of Druid Hill Park. Bring your chairs and blankets and join us for a great night of shopping and music in the park.

PAAW for BARCS July Happy Hour
6PM – 9PM
Mothers Grille
1113 S Charles St, Baltimore
Join us for another great PAAW happy hour on Wednesday, July 20 @ Mother’s Grille in Federal Hill! Meet other PAAW members, learn about BARCS and how you can get involved in planning our 2016 signature PAAW events! Food and drink specials for party attendees – drop your business card & name-your-own donation at the door. We hope you’ll join us in what is shaping up to be an amazing new group of energized animal lovers and advocates in Baltimore.


Annex Season Announcement Party & Happy Hour
7PM – 10PM
Sweet 27 bakery and Cafe
123 W 27th St, Baltimore
Please join us as we announce our upcoming 2016 – 2017 season of new plays and directors this July 20th at Sweet 27! Drinks, performance, and an exciting new slate of performance work awaits you. Plus, there’s this: HALF-PRICE SUBSCRIPTION SALE
You all know we’re passionate about keeping shows affordable to EVERYONE. Well now, until Labor Day, we’re offering HALF OFF our new season subscriptions! You have the choice of the following subscriptions:
Full Season: 49.00 (99.00) All 5 plays + Knee Play Series
Half-Season: 24.00 (49.00)3 plays + Knee Play Series
Opening Night Event Series: 60.00 (120.00) All 5 plays for Opening Night Party + Knee Play Series
Midnight Series 3 midnight plays + Knee Play Series 19.50 (39.00)
[Purchase here:]
And join us for our last show of this season, The Lord of Flies, devised and performed by Annex Company members! This July 14 – August 7 at Annex Theater []

Wine’d Up! Wednesday by Layer Cake Wines and Baltimore Pride
6PM – 10PM
15 E Centre St, Baltimore
Get Wine-d up with us for Baltimore Pride 2016! Enjoy exquisite selections by Layer Cake Wines and food specials atFlavor Lounge on hump-day of Baltimore Pride Week 2016! A portion of the evening’s proceed will benefit GLCCB and Baltimore Pride.

Bootleggers and Baptists / Old Eastern / The Out of Water Experience
8PM – 12AM
Joe Squared
33 W North Ave, Baltimore
Bootleggers and Baptists-
Old Eastern-
The Out of Water Experience-

Come drink Firestone Walker beer!
6PM – 9PM
Laughing Pint
3531 Gough St, Baltimore
We got a case of Firestone Walker’s 2016 Stickee Monkee! It is a barrel-aged quad. It is rich and delicious, so you should come drink some! So buy a pint of any Firestone Walker beer, and get a taste of Stickee Monkee. We’ll have a few bottles for sale that you can take home or drink at the bar. Just know that they won’t be hanging around for long, so make sure you don’t miss out.

Albet i Noya Wine Dinner
6:30PM – 9:30PM
3734 Fleet Street, Baltimore
Gnocco is incredibly excited to announce its inaugural wine dinner on Wednesday, July 20th, featuring the Spanish wine of Albet i Noya in the Penedes region just south of Barcelona. The first vineyard to commit to organic farming on the Iberian peninsula in 1979, Albet i Noya has since been at the forefront of organic viticulture and the quality of its wines speak volumes to its farming techniques. To pair with six of Albet i Noya wines, Chef Brian Lavin will be creating a beautiful Spanish-inspired four course dinner.
Tickets will be $79/pp, tax and gratuity included. LIMITED TICKETS AVAILABLE…so purchase your seats soon! Join us for this unique culinary experience!
Buy Tickets Here


Santa Librada Day
7PM – 9PM
Atomic Books
3620 Falls Rd, Baltimore
Come join us to celebrate our patron Saint on her Feast Day! Learn more about our namesake, listen to us play some music, and donate to Moveable Feast! The Story: Once, there was a young girl who was promised in marriage to a pagan king. She prayed to God to be made repulsive so she would not have to marry the man her father chose. God granted her prayer and she grew a long full beard. In anger, her father ordered her to be crucified. Santa Librada is the patron of relief from tribulations, and to us she signifies the release from traditional bonds.

Karaoke Night and PrEP Pop Up
8:30PM – 1AM
Ziascoz Bar-Lounge
1313 E Pratt St, Baltimore
It’s only right that we celebrate Baltimore Pride with some music! Come meet, greet, sing and dance the night away with Star Track! Also come and learn about PrEP & make an appointment with our Health Navigator Team.


Open Mic Night – Baltimore Songwriters Association
8PM – 11PM
Bertha’s Mussels
734 S Broadway, Baltimore
In July, The Baltimore Songwriters’ Association take a break from its usual showcase format to offer an open mic opportunity for all local songwriters and performers. Sign-up begins at 7:30 pm. Come out and show us what you’ve got! If you’ve been looking for a venue to showcase your songs, this is it!

Whiskey Wednesdays: New Liberty Distillery
5PM – 7PM
The Pig & Rooster Smokehouse
3242 Foster Ave, Baltimore
Rated the best distillery in PA for 2015, New Liberty is creating great craft spirits. We’ll have their Maryland Heritage Whiskeys ready to pour. Come and try a tasting, shot, and great BBQ.  Order your own bottle at a discount from retail pricing!


BLOOD SIMPLE at The Senator Theatre
8PM Showing
The Senator Theatre
5904 York Rd, Baltimore
“A corpse that won’t stay dead. Ceiling fans and six-guns and rain-streaked windshields. A love triangle crisscrossed with betrayal. In their landmark first feature, Joel and Ethan Coen tweaked the conventions of film noir, ‘wild’ Southern gothic, and even slasher films, yet the clichés weren’t just regurgitated. They were made rapt and hypnotic, exploited for their old-fashioned pulp charge but also stretched out like taffy, so that the filmmakers seemed to be staring, along with the audience and God, at these gutbucket plotters whose most ruthless and random actions somehow mutated into an elegantly symmetrical story.” (Owen Gleiberman, Entertainment Weekly)

CIA at The 8×10 with Beard o Bees and Schwa
8PM – ?
The 8×10
10 E Cross St, Baltimore
CIA  The power trio CIA consists of Allen Aucoin on drums (The Disco Biscuits, Dr. Fameus), Clay Parnell on bass (Particle, BioDiesel, BP) and Ian McGuire on the keys (MJ Project, Sonic Spank, Blurry Nights). CIA’s often high energy, high quality live performances have earned them acclaim among fans as a dynamic and explosive ensemble. CIA’s style borrows heavily from the genres of acid jazz, breaks and drum n bass, while regularly steering into experimental territories whose boundaries are highlighted by a blending of genres. As one fan put it, CIA plays “down to business dance beats for the bad kids”.
Beard o Bees |
Beard-o-Bees is the solo project of Jesse Miller (Lotus)
Schwa “Raised from the depths of hell, this dynamic musical duo got their start in college with deep philosophical issues discussed late into the night such as ‘Why?’ and ‘How?’. Music, it was determined, is the answer, thus beginning their quest to not only dominate, but also rape and pillage the world of music. This is Schwa. This is Music.” -Dr. Schwactopus
Proper Playground Clothing Co.

DaiKaiju, Wet Brain, Aguirre’s dogs, Pain Appendix
8PM – 1AM
The Crown
1910 N Charles St, Baltimore
Daikaiju is a mysterious chimera of sound and imagery that was first sighted in the winter of 1999. Entities of sonic mayhem, Daikaiju takes the sound of waves crashing and shrieking atomic lizards and makes it rock in a way that instills post-traumatic shock in all who experience their shows-a bizarre mix of psychedelic visuals and a highly interactive performance that literally draws the audience into the massive vortex of sound generated by the band. Concealed behind masks, this troupe of mystery men currently consists of Secret-Man, Rock-Man, Blast-Man, and Vibro-Man. Together, they create a mutant style of epic, high energy instrumental rock that seamlessly incorporates a wide variety of musical styles including surf, punk, metal, psychedelic and progressive rock.
Wet Brain
Aguirre’s Dogs mem’s Quitter, NOWAY! Gateway to Hell
Pain Appendix
Florida Industrial Noise – mem’s Mind As Prision

House Of Ra Presents: The Reasoning
9PM – 12AM
The Windup Space
12 W North Ave, Baltimore


Never Let This Go at Sidebar w/ Yo No Say, Envy The Animals, and Them Animals
8PM – 11PM
The Sidebar
218 E Lexington St, Baltimore
Never Let This Go (AZ) –
Envy The Animals (full band)(Baltimore)-
Them Animals (Baltimore)
Yo No Say –

A Night at the Taphouse!
4PM – 10PM
The Nickel Taphouse
1604 Kelly Avenue, Baltimore
Join WIN Family Services at The Nickel Taphouse on Kelly Avenue for our Restaurant Night Fundraiser on July 20th! Bring your friends and family to enjoy a savory menu featuring the best of local farmers, ranchers and watermen.  The best part is… 10% of your bill will be donated to the youth of WIN Family Services!

Open Mic Night
7PM -?
1919 Fleet St, Baltimore
Every Wednesday night 1919, Jack Starr, and Feed The Scene host an open mic night! Don’t feel limited to just music, though. We welcome writers, comedians, spoken word, poets, or anything you can dream up that can come out of a microphone!
Come out Wednesday, have a few drinks, and make some new friends! We have a house PA system and you can Direct Input your guitar, so no need to bring amps uness you are a full band. If you are a full band, please contact the host so we can make sure to accomodate your gear needs. We try to accomodate all who sign up, so if you show up you will play (within reason). We don’t have a cover or a drink minimum, so if you don’t drink we are still happy to have you. We start with 3 songs/15 mins-ish each, then if we have time left, we start over the list if you want to perform again or everyone jams together. That way we make sure everyone gets a chance. Working on some new songs, test them out here! Perfecting that new joke, we’ll give you a listen! Want to jam out with new friends, come on by!
Sign-ups: 7pm | First Act: 8pm | No Cover $2 Boh cans, $2.75 domestics, $3.00 Yuenglings, $4 Fireball!!!

Thursday, July 21

Pure Barre in Waterfront Park
6PM – 7PM
Canton Waterfront Park
3001 Boston St, Baltimore
Join us for a donations based pop Pure Barre clas in Canton’s Waterfront Park! Please bring a yoga mat and water, and we will bring you a taste of Pure Barre! We cant wait to see you there and email with any questions. Gundalow Juice will be there with samples and selling their yummie juices before and after class!

Défie Moi Pop-Up at Ekiben
11AM – 3PM
1622 Eastern Avenue
Defie Moi is an underground Asian-French inspired Street Food concept that is popping up all over Baltimore.  The great Ekiben has invited Défie Moi to colaborate a killer menu that will leave you weak in the knees! Make sure you don’t miss this one!

Wine and Wag Happy Hour
5:30PM – 7:30PM
Maryland SPCA
3300 Falls Rd, Baltimore
Wine & Wag admission is $10 and $15 at the door per person. Our Wine & Wag events feature play in the fun runs, bobbing for hot dogs, paw painting, beer, wine and snacks. There is a suggested donation of $3 for beer & wine and $1 for other beverages. If you bring your dog on a retractable leash, please keep the leash completely retracted at all times. Baltimore City law requires that dogs be leashed at all times. We will have food available from Well Crafted Pizza and Bistro Lunch Boxalong with our signature beverage, Orange Crushes! Live music will be performed by Jordan August.
Buy Tickets Here


Rock The Ring Concert with Drivin’ Muzzy
6PM – 8PM
Smyth Jewelers
2020 York Rd, Timonium
We’re coming at ya Timonium! This event has it all: contemporary country music by Drivin’ Muzzy, beers by yours truly, local wine by DeJon, NY-style pizza by our buddies at Pizza di Joey, and snow cones by Fresh Bites. A portion of the proceeds from food and beverage sales will be donated to Lutherville Volunteer Fire Co. Bring a blanket and help us show the ‘burbs how to make a Thursday in to a Friday!

Fit Before Flicks: Fun Run with Charm City Run
6:30PM – 7:30PM
American Visionary Art Museum
800 Key Hwy, Baltimore
Lace up your running shoes and head to AVAM for a FREE Fun Run presented by AVAM & Charm City Run! Enjoy this casual 3 to 5-mile jog through local neighborhoods before crossing the finish line at AVAM. Then stick around for the FREE Flicks From The Hill screening of To Kill a Mockingbird at 9pm.

Flicks From The Hill: To Kill a Mockingbird
9PM – 11PM
American Visionary Art Museum
800 Key Hwy, Baltimore
Grab a blanket, picnic under the stars, and watch a great film selection inspired by AVAM’s current exhibition, “The Big Hope Show.” The Hughes Family Outdoor Theater features seating for more than a thousand on the natural amphitheater formed by Federal Hill; a 30-foot wide screen held from above by Adam Kurtzman’s “Giant Golden Hand;” a twinkling view of the city; and an amazing, all-ages, community experience that is FREE! AVAM’s #Flicks series was listed by Travel + Leisure Magazine as one of the “World’s Best Free Things,” and won City Paper’s 2014 Best of Baltimore award for “Best Rain or Shine Event.” And don’t forget: the museum is OPEN & FREE between 5pm and 9pm on Flicks nights!

Grand Opening!
4PM – 2AM
Wet City
223 W Chase St, Baltimore
Wet City Grand Opening! Feel free to invite your friends!
Happy Hour from 4pm – 7pm. Includes $5 Shandys, $6 Gose Margaritas, $5 Burgers.

Keeanga-Yamahtta Taylor Presents “From #blacklivesmatter to Black Liberation”
7:30PM – 9:30PM
Red Emma’s Bookstore Coffeehouse
30 W North Ave, Baltimore
How can the movement for black lives build the power to move from outrage against police murder to systemically dismantling structural oppression? What are the deep roots of today’s crisis facing Black communities in America, and what are the possibilities for resistance and revolutionary transformation as a new generation of Black youth rises in activism? Why is the struggle for black liberation necessarily connected to the struggle against capitalism, and vice versa? In From#BlackLivesMatter to Black Liberation, Keeanga-Yamahtta Taylor takes on these hard questions and more, in a powerful book for the movements building today.

Heathers // Big Hush // Mostly Only // Reagan Cats
8PM – 2AM
The Crown
1910 N Charles St, Baltimore
Heathers from Montreal:
Big Hush – DC
Mostly Only – Baltimore
Reagan Cats – Baltimore

3rd Thursday Bluegrass Night w/ Man About A Horse – Ampersand StringBand – Trace Friends Mucho
7PM – 12:30PM
The 8×10
10 E Cross St, Baltimore
The VA Way , Charm City Bluegrass and The 8×10 present:
Third Thursday Bluegrass with Trace Friends Mucho – Man About A Horse – Ampersand String Band
Man About a Horse
Man About a Horse is a Philadelphia-based bluegrass band with strong ties to the folk music tradition, and a progressive streak that informs their original songwriting. Spanning generational boundaries, Man About a Horse is equally at home picking in the parking lot and performing on stage at some of the nation’s very first bluegrass festivals.
Ampersand Stringband
Ampersand Stringband is an acoustic quartet based out of Annapolis. They have been playing originals as well as bluegrass and old time standards around the Baltimore/Annapolis area since early 2014. With their bouncy and energetic take on bluegrass, you’ll find it hard to stay in your seat.
Trace Friends Mucho
An ever evolving Trash-Grass band made up of some of the best musicians on planet earth. Birthed on the stage of The 8×10 the band has slowly taken over the minds and bodies of humans from coast to coast
Buy Tickets Here

HIT PLAY | Black Tag Summer Event: Diva’s Yoga Sculpt
7:30PM – 8:45PM
CorePower Yoga (Federal Hill)
1420 Key Hwy, Suite #201, Baltimore
Jenna Levy & Cara Cooke are ready to light up your life in this Diva-themed 75 minute Yoga Sculpt class. Get ready to turn up the music, turn up your workout, and turn up the fun! Sculpt, sweat and jam out to some Diva-licious class. Free + 25% off one full-price retail item for Black Tag members, $25 for everyone else.

Christmas in July!
10:30PM – ?
Sticky Rice Bmore
1634 Aliceanna St, Baltimore
Ho Ho Ho it’s Christmas in July! Just like the one in December with twice the booze and none of the awkward family photos. Whether you are on the naughty or nice list, you are invited to a night of debauchery! Prizes, tie breakers, and tons of booze! And a visit from old fat man himself!

Monkey King // the Shrapnels
9PM – 12AM
Joe Squared
33 W North Ave, Baltimore
Monkey King-
the Shrapnels-

Spice Band
6PM – 8PM
Reginald F. Lewis Museum
830 E Pratt St, Baltimore
Spice has delighted audiences with their traditional jazz, contemporary, fusion, R&B, and original music for nearly 20 years. The group is led by bassist Jesse Powers, who played in the prestigious U.S. Army Field Band for 19 years. The performance is a part of the Third Thursday Series. On the third Thursday of the month, enjoy late night admission to the galleries until 8pm and a live show. $8 for members and $10 for non-members. Doors at 5pm, show at 6pm. Sponsored by WEAA.

Science on Tap: Cider Insider
7PM – 9PM
Maryland Science Center
601 Light St, Baltimore
The Maryland Science Center’s popular science of adult beverages series returns with a focus on cider in July with Baltimore cider experts from Millstone Cellars. The evening will feature an exploration into the science behind traditional methods of fermenting cider. The presentation will be delivered by Curt Sherrer, co-founder and cidermaker at Millstone Cellars, Monkton, Maryland. Prior to opening the doors of Millstone Cellars, Curt was a fermentation scientist and U.S. patent examiner reviewing alcoholic beverage patent applications. Explore the centuries-old barrel fermenting process and the use of locally available ingredients to make a rustic cider. Plus drink a variety of Millstone’s classics. Science On Tap is designed to be a fun, informative and social evening that is as appealing to novice cider aficionados as it is for experienced connoisseurs. Tickets are $45 per person ($40 for members) and are all inclusive for the presentation, cider, light fare, and a chance to mingle with the presenter. Buy Tickets Here

Cantalouper, Jumpcuts, Skydivers, The Lavender Tone at The Sidebar
9PM – 1AM
The Sidebar
218 E Lexington St, Baltimore
The Lavender Tone:


DJ Mills spinning Disco, Soul and House dancefloor classics
11PM – 2AM
The Crown
1910 N Charles St, Baltimore
Love is the Message. Come celebrate the start of Baltimore Pride weekend!! DJ Mills spinning Disco, Soul and House dancefloor classics. All love welcomed. No Cover

Pill, Lexington Arrows, B Boys & Dumbcharger at Otto Upstairs
9PM – ?
2549 N Howard St, Baltimore
Unregistered Nurse Booking presents…
PILL (NY post punk on Dull Tools)
Thee Lexington Arrows (Baltimore garage punk)
B Boys (NY, Captured Tracks)
Dumbcharger (new Bmore jams)

Christmas in July Tap Takeover
5PM – 1AM
Delia Foley’s
1439 S Charles St, Baltimore
We’ve been planning this since November and now its time to finally unleash the draft list for the Christmas in July tap takeover!!
Troegs Mad Elf
Sierra Nevada Celebration
Brewers Art Festivus
Southern Tier Old Man Winter
Souther Tier 2XMas
Breckenridge Christmas
Great Divide Christmas
Souther Tier Pumpking (Early Arrival)
The drafts will be ready to roll Thursday at 4pm, and don’t worry if you can’t make it down on the 21st we will have them tapped all weekend long.Costume contest starting at 7pm for best dressed Christmas outfit, first place takes home a $100 Delia Foley’s gift card. We will have raffles and giveways starting at 8pm so make sure to get in before we fill up!!

Reising – Sarbanes Quintet at An Die Musik
8PM – 11PM
An die Musik
409 N Charles St, Baltimore
For the first time in over five years, Towson natives Nathan Reising and Nico Sarbanes will appear in concert together at An Die Musik. Great friends and musical peers since high school, they have each grown tremendously as musicians. Join them on July 21st for an exciting night of original music and arrangements. Don’t miss this rare opportunity to see them perform together!
The band:
Nathan Reising – Alto
Nico Sarbanes – Trumpet
Jordan Williams – Piano
Ethan Philion – Bass
Byung Kang – Drums
Sets are at 8pm and 9:30pm Tickets: $12 in advance/$15 at door/$10 full-time students

Yards tap takeover fundraiser
7PM – ?
Saigon Today
700 S Potomac St, Baltimore
We’re doing a tap takeover with Yards to create awareness for the Tyanna Foundation and their relationship to breast cancer. We will be featuring four Yards beers for $4 each including, PYNK, Brawler, Philly pale ale, and Saison. $1 from every beer purchased will be dontaed directly to the Tyanna Foundation. We will have special guests from the foundation that night as well to answer any questions and will also be accepting donations
There will be a silent auction and tons of goodies to give away!


Eat for Your Dosha: Introduction to Ayurvedic Nutrition Principles with Anjali Sunita
6:30PM – 9PM
Baltimore Yoga Village (Hampden)
3000 Chestnut Ave, Baltimore
Ayurveda acknowledges that like attracts like. When it is cold outside, we feel the cold inside and the body responds to all qualities in nature. Learn what qualities of foods would best suit your constitution, the season, and your goals for health. This workshop is offered as part of our Intro to Ayurveda for Ageless Beauty and Health summer series. Health is wealth. And beauty is more than skin deep. In this series, you will gain greater knowledge of your unique psycho-physiological makeup through the lens of ayurveda and how to create an internal state so peaceful and healthy that you shine from the inside out. We will explore ayurvedic concepts of health and disease and methods to enhance your health and wellbeing. Expect both lectures and group/partner exercises each class. $35 to $55 sliding scale per workshop $144 for all six workshops in the series. To register for the entire series, please click “Preregistered Courses” tab at the top. Anjali Sunita, founder of Baltimore Yoga Village, studies ayurveda with Dr. Vasant Lad and offers private ayurvedic consultations by appointment. To make a private appointment, email

5D ◊ Darsombra, Nervous Curtains (TX), Elagabalus, & Blackistone ◊ 7/21
9:30PM – 1AM
The 5th Dimension
405 W Franklin St, Baltimore
Thursday July 21st @ The 5th Dimension ◊ BYOB ◊ $7
Music starts at 10pm and ends by 1am ◊ Performances by…
Nervous Curtains – Dallas, TX menacing synth-based post punk
darsombra – Chill or be chilled. candy for the eyes and ears
Elagabalus – Heavy or heavenly or both. masters of bad math
Blackistone – Baltimore’s favorite Kevin playing jams w/ visuals


Friday, July 22

Baltimore Restaurant Week Begins!!!!
July 22 – July 31
Participating Restaurants
All over Baltimore!
Baltimore is a delicious city. From hand crafted street eats to James Beard Award-winning chefs, our restaurateurs are torchbearers for creative and diverse cuisine from all around the world. And luckily for all of us, July 22-31 is Baltimore Restaurant Week, when eateries around the city are offering special, prix-fixe menus designed to give diners a taste at a discounted price.  Two-course lunch and brunch menus range from $12-20, and three-course dinner menus range from $20-35. Try somewhere new, grab lunch instead of eating at your desk, have a date night (or three), because the price is right. Restaurants aren’t skimping on the food, instead they are showcasing their chefs and menus in hopes of luring you back as a forever customer, as a Baltimore believer, as a friend in food. Make reservations at or by calling participating restaurants.


Patio Party
5PM – 8PM
Maryland Science Center
601 Light St, Baltimore
Join the Maryland Science Center this summer for Patio Parties. Bring the family, neighbors, and your friends for adult beverages, family-friendly live bands, activities for the kids, and light fare outside on the Science Center’s waterfront patio. Performing this week: The Brian Farley Band. This rock group is made up of three of Baltimore’s prominent local artists. Combined experience and expertise makes this a powerful and electrifying band. The band performs a huge variety of Rock, Pop, Reggae, and Country favorites. Patio Parties are free to attend; museum exploration is an additional $10 and includes the IMAX and Planetarium. Beer, wine, soda, and food are available for purchase.

Gathering Cosplay Mash-up and Costume Contest At The Hollywood Diner
5PM – 10PM
Hollywood Diner Food Truck Park
400 E Saratoga St, Baltimore
“Clothes make a statement, Costumes tell a story” What’s your story? Superhero, Brony, Game Character, Anime, no matter what your favorite type of cosplay is we welcome you! Get ready to play games, eat delicious food from local food trucks, boogie to fabulous beats, join in interactive art, and take some great art home for our very first cosplay themed Gathering. Costume Contest with prizes-TBA
DANCE FLOOR CREATED BY:Joe Kopasek – resident Otakon DJ
Corey King of Bunk Buddha
Jay Gray
Tha Original Gata

Baltimore Whiskey Company Tasting
5PM – 7PM
The Wine Source
3601 Elm Ave, Baltimore

Chef Cleetus Friedman at Artifact Coffee
Jully 22 & 23
7PM – ?
Artifact Coffee
1500 Union Ave, Baltimore
Chef Cleetus Friedman’s flashy Chicago fare take over our menu for “ChicagoMore” on July 22nd and 23rd. A Baltimore native now living in Chicago, Chef Cleetus puts an authentic Baltimore spin on sausage tacos, buckwheat bao and ‘Chicago-syle’ crab cakes. Each dish will be paired with old school hip-hop and Cleetus’ favorite Chicago brews. Join us starting at 7 p.m. – no reservations necessary.


Knife Sharpening
7PM – 9PM
Charm City Farms
1310 Hillman St, Baltimore
Every household uses knives. Most households have dull kitchen knives. This workshop is designed for any person capable of using a knife to also learn how to sharpen a knife. You will learn some of the why and how of knife purchasing and why some knives simply will not maintain a keen edge while others could cut a penny in half and you could still shave with it. We will also show and discuss some of the many tools used to sharpen knives.
Each person should bring one to three household or field knives they are familiar with to sharpen. After a thorough explanation and demonstration each participant will be partnered and stationed at a sharpening stone to go to work on. Each person should leave with a knife “sharp enough to split a frog hair four ways”. Cost: $20
Buy Tickets Here

Distant Glimmer: Episode 1
8PM – 10PM
La Bodega Gallery
1501 Guilford Ave A100, Baltimore
The first of an on going series of readings conducted by local Baltimore poets, writers, yellers, organizors, dust shakers, and emotional people. Come and join us at La Bodega in support of our local talent which includes:
Andrew Mayton:,
Aurora Engle-Pratt
Chris Zickefoose
Rob Kempton:
La Bodega is an artist run space existing since 2013, we support local and international artists. This is a free event and we plan on keeping it that way. That being said we greatly appreciate any donations to help keep our space running. Support your artists! support your workers! Support Baltimore!

BSO Block Party: Salsa at the Symphony
5:30PM – 10PM
Joseph Meyerhoff Symphony Hall
1212 Cathedral St, Baltimore
Join us for a pre-concert party outside the Meyerhoff featuring food trucks, sangria, live Salsa music by Taimoor and free Salsa dancing lessons! Then head inside to hear the world-class Baltimore Symphony Orchestra perform Gershwin, Bernstein and more in Salsa at the Symphony.


Twilight on the Terrace 2016
7PM – 11PM
Gertrude’s Restaurant
10 Art Museum Dr, Baltimore
Now in its eleventh year, Twilight on the Terrace is a Baltimore Pride tradition: a spectacular night of food, fun, community and anticipation for another great year of Pride. Enjoy the premium open bar and beautiful terrace at Gertrude’s restaurant, as you listen to live music and hors d’oeuvres are passed. Gertrudes, a sophisticated venue at the Baltimore Museum of Art, boasts delicious, hand-crafted recipes in a beautiful environment. One of the more sedate events during the Pride celebration, catch your breath before the weekend fun at this year’s Twilight on the Terrace. Twilight on the Terrace is the Offical Fundraiser event for Baltimore Pride. Music provided by DJ Arturo. Thank you to our sponsors Gertrude’s, Hendrick’s Gin, Mount Vernon Stable & Saloon, Grand Central Station, and Tavern on the Hill. Tickets $125
Buy Tickets Here

Scratchin Soul Sessions
9PM – 12AM
Joe Squared
33 W North Ave, Baltimore
Scratching Soul Sessions is here Come & enjoy a night of Soul /R&B/ Hip Hop for the Soul & Art Live. $5 at the door Presented by OFF the TAPE ENT.
Performances by
#BlackDisciple2 Darrell Barber Bdisciple & King Who Travis NowJeruzalem Nagy (Hip Hop Soul), J Powell Jr (Soul & R&B), Wish Martin #WishMar10 (HipHop), and Donald Antoine Tyson Jr. #DoctaToonz (HipHop Soul)
Our Host Shila P Lopez
Featuring Artwork by  N’Dia DayPaul Manning, and Donald Antoine Tyson Jr.

Camp Adventure
8PM – 10PM
Zissimos Bar
1023 W 36th St, Baltimore
Acts: Silversmith, Charmsical, The Middle West, Matt Baetz, Dee Ahmed, Jordan Levine
Host: Jordan Levine
We’re thrilled to present Camp Adventure, a night for the wild ones! We’ll showcase some of the most exciting acts we can get in this monthly show. We’re kicking off the show with standup from Project performer Jordan Levine, DC’s Dee Ahmed, and local favorite Matt Baetz, then we’ll dive into some improv with Bmore indie team The Middle West. After the break, we’ll follow the trail of another Baltimore indie musical team, Charmsical. Finally, we’ll go over the falls with house team Silversmith! Tickets: $5 cash at the door, or online up until 7:30 PM the day of the show. Buy Tickets Here

The Black Rainbow Presents “Guerilla Wordfare” Open Mic & Poetry Slam
8PM – 11PM
Single Carrot Theatre
2600 N Howard St, Baltimore
The Black Rainbow Presents: “Guerilla Wordfare” Baltimore Pride’s 2016 First Ever Open Mic & Poetry Slam
Hosted by: Da Truth
Featuring: The CooLots & DJ Trillnatured
$20 tickets in advance $25 at the door Buy Tickets Here

TRAIN WRECK at Nick’s Fish House
7PM – 11PM
Nick’s Fish House
2600 Insulator Dr, Baltimore
Debut show at Nick’s! Scenic venue on the water, with great eats and drinks, conveniently located in South Baltimore just off I-95. Ample parking. Join the party!

8PM – ?
The 14 Karat Cabaret
218 W Saratoga St, Baltimore
HAS THIS HAPPENED TO YOU? A charming person approaches. Beautiful, respectable, full of wit, dazzle and promises. But when they’ve gone, you see, as if for the first time, that there is only sawdust in their wake. Too late, you realize that you are the victim of a scam. Ladies and gentlemen, it’s an unfortunate truth: there will always be golden-tongued liars to charm you right out of your pants (with wallet intact!). If you’re lucky, the encounter will leave you merely embarrassed. If you aren’t, you might well be out your money, love, time or attention. But don’t fear! Maxwell Fink and Sarah Swanson, themselves reformed and chastened criminals, will blow the rag and bone man’s secrets wide open! You’ll never be vulnerable again! Let Maxwell and Sarah show you how to see through the fakes and frauds! Don’t sleep, friends. Stay wide awake, and you’ll never again fall for a HOAX. Combining magic, theater, horror and carnival, playwright Annelise Montone and magician Brian M. Kehoe present a show unlike anything you’ve seen before. HOAX premieres July 22nd, 2016 and runs through August 20th. Remember: Don’t be a sucker.
Buy Tickets Here

TROPIC // Baltimore Pride Kick-Off Party 2016
9:30PM – 2AM
The Attic at Flavor
15 E Centre St, # 2, Baltimore
Are you ready??? 3 Levels !! Restaurant/2 Bars/2 Lounges/Dance Floor. Presented by LDP Entertainment in collaboration with GlitterThighs Bmore. Music by $LDP, DJ Panama Bomb and special guest!
Doors @ 9:30 pm  $10 PreSale $12 at the door 21+ to Enter
Swag bags filled with goodies from local LGBTQ artisans for pre-sale/ ticket holders. We are expecting to sell out so get your pre-sale tickets now and avoid the line!
Other fun stuff: Pride themed Video Projection, Free glow in the dark Body Painting , Free Stoplight glow bracelets, Tropical Drink specials ALL NIGHT, Photo Booth
No hate. No judgement. Only LOVE (and dancing!)  Come out and party with us, we can’t WAIT to celebrate another year of being a beautiful community, with you!

Sizzlin’ Summer Celebration
6PM – 9PM
3931 Eastern Ave, Baltimore
Corner of Eastern Ave & Grundy St, FREE to attend! Rain or shine. MUSIC • FOOD • ART • PHOTOS. Come beat the summer heat with Main Street, local businesses and your Highlandtown neighbors! Food and drink from Highlandtown’s La Sirenita II Restaurant and Savannah’s Island Bar & Grill! Enjoy sticker-making inspired by the mural, play a friendly game of volleyball, dance, or sit back and relax!

Half Step Dead Tribute with Sailin’ Shoes (Little Feat Tribute)
8PM – ?
The 8×10
10 E Cross St, Baltimore
HALF STEP – Grateful Dead Tribute is a group of dedicated fans & students of the Grateful Dead, capturing the spirit, improvisation, sound & complexity of Grateful Dead music.
Just like the Grateful Dead themselves, the band is constantly pushing the envelope, growing together as musicians and performers. Only true fans that have experienced and studied the music with an extreme level of dedication and passion can accurately represent the superb body of work that the Grateful Dead have to offer.
Sailin’ Shoes – Little Feat Tribute debuted in December 2012 as a labor of love covering not just the early years of Little Feat but also each incarnation. Songs from the 70’s featuring Lowell George through the 90’s featuring Shawn Murphy and back again.
Members of Sailin’ Shoes have played all over the world performing with some of Rock n Roll’s greats such as: Willie Deville,John Oates, Sam the Sham, Donna Jean Godchaux, Bob Weir, Levon Helm, Maceo Parker, the Wailers, Todd Rundgren, Sam Moore, Stanley Jordan, Richie Havens, Robert Randolph, Pete Francis (Dispatch), Sting, Elvis Costello, Bruce Springsteen, Rick Derringer and more..

Sarah Sullivan and the New Old Fashioneds Return to the Mobtown Ballroom
8PM – 2AM
Mobtown Ballroom
861 Washington Blvd, Baltimore
After a few months break, Mobtown’s own Sarah Sullivan and the New Old Fashioneds will return rejuvenated and ready to burn down the Ballroom. As usual, the bar will be open, the air will be on, and the music will be fun.  Drop in lesson at 8pm, dance at 9pm. $15/$10 with student ID. Buy Tickets Here

Over Andover w/ A Place in Time, Waves Overhead, Face Value, Saving Apollo
7PM – 12AM
2549 N Howard St, Baltimore
Sink your teeth into a dangerously awesome lineup of Pop Punk / Easycore Bands on Friday, July 22 at Ottobar!
A Place In Time
Waves Overhead
Face Value
Saving Apollo
$10 Adv. / $15 Day of Buy Tickets Here

Diane Coffee (mem of Foxygen) w/ Boulevards and Surf Harp at Metro Gallery
8PM – ?
Metro Gallery
1700 N Charles St, Baltimore
Diane Coffee (mem Foxygen), Boulevards, and Surf Harp (Friends Records)
Everybody’s A Good Dog is the first true realization of Shaun Fleming’s Little Shop of Horrors -meets-Aladdin Sane vision, recorded in a proper studio with an assortment of guest artists, horn section, and string ensemble (all firsts for Fleming). The resulting 11 tracks are a sky-scraping sound kaleidoscope, touched with euphoric instrumentation and dark lyricism.  Just as Diane Coffee’s debut LP, 2013’s ‘My Friend Fish,’ was inspired by Fleming’s move from sunny California to New York City, Everybody’s A Good Dog took shape after this former Disney child actor and current drummer for Foxygen uprooted again from NYC to the much smaller town of Bloomington, IN – “spontaneous moves have always helped to inspire my writing” he explains. This downsizing provided Fleming with a blank slate to create – “I missed the quiet. I missed having a fire. I missed the color green.” The songs on Everybody’s A Good Dog capture this sense of clarity, channeling the New York Dolls or T-Rex at their strutting-est and Meatloaf at his most theatrical, with shades of Motown-worthy soul. The gentle psychedellia on opener “Spring Breathes” gives way to a pounding prog breakdown, “Mayflower” leads with a monster funk-fueled horn riff, while on “Tams Up” Fleming fronts his own one-man doo-wop group.

Tyrone Allen Quartet at An Die Musik
8PM -11PM
An die Musik
409 N Charles St, Baltimore
Join us for a night you won’t want to miss! This is my first time leading a band at An Die Musik and I’d love to have it packed full with friends and family. Joining me are some great friends and musicians that won’t leave you dissapointed. The band includes:
Tim Green- Alto Saxophone
Aidan Lombard- Trumpet
Tyrone Allen- Bass
Kweku Sumbry- Drumset
Sets are at 8 and 9:30 pm. Tickets are $10 for full-time students, $15 in advance and $18 at the door.

Community Energy Healing
7PM – 9PM
Baltimore Yoga Village (Hampden)
3000 Chestnut Ave, Baltimore
Metta is excited to announce the third edition of the seasonal Community Energy Healing Clinic at the Baltimore Yoga Village Hampden Studio. We invite you to join local practitioners for a unique evening of healing sessions. This is an opportunity to experience the soothing vibrations, atmospheric sounds, and a variety of energy healing modalities taking place simultaneously in the same room, producing a tranquil environment filled with a powerful resonance of healing energy. Energy healing is an intention-based approach to healing in which a practitioner can transfer therapeutic energies to a client through direct physical contact or hands-off interactions. Some modalities include reiki, healing touch, craniosacral therapy, and zero balancing. These healing techniques are a wonderful way to assist your body in relaxing, surrendering, and resetting! Our clinic will include numerous experienced practitioners offering a variety of modalities, and it will be held on July 22nd from 7 – 9 pm.
Intuitive Tarot Readings with Mary Shock
Intuitive Tarot Readings with Liana Maria
Integrative Energy Healing with Dr. Emily Telfair, ND (Craniosacral Therapy and Chakra Balancing)
Reiki with Andrea Wenger
Sound Massage and Reiki with Elaine Wujcik
Integrative Energy Healing with Sarah Strahorn, LMT (Reiki and Craniosacral Therapy)
Healing Touch with Gabriel Pickus (Certified Healing Touch Practitioner)
Integrative Energy Work with Jess Liner, RMP (Reiki, Craniosacral Therapy, Zero Balancing)
Integrative Energy Work with Laura Kalman, LMT (Reiki, Craniosacral Therapy, and Chi Nei Tsang)
COST:  $15-$30 suggested donation for energy healing sessions, $25-$35 for tarot, All proceeds go directly to Believe in Music.

Saturday, July 23

Fells Point It Out – Check In
7:30AM – 12:30PM
Fells Point Farmers’ Market
Baltimore, Maryland
Fells Point District is teaming with The Bmore Creatives to host#FellsPointItOut, a week-long photo hunt (with prizes!) based in Fells Point! We’re kickin’ off the week on Saturday, 7/23 from 730am-1230pm at the Fells Point Farmers Market – stop by the Fells Point District Table, snag a doughnut (provided by Fells’ own Diablo Doughnuts), and pick up a list of the items to photograph.  From then until the following Saturday, 7/30, capture and upload your finds from the list to IG or Facebook using the #FellsPointItOut hashtag to enter the hunt. We wanna see YOUR perspective on the spots we dig – and the more items you capture & upload, the more chances you have to win prizes. At the end of the week, we’ll celebrate all that grammin’ with a party atPoints South Latin Kitchen (all are welcome!) on 7/30 at 2pm, complete with a signature cocktail, complementary apps, and other passionate IG-ers, where we’ll be announcing the winners of some seriously SWEET prizes.

The Charmery Turns Three!
12PM -11PM
The Charmery
801 W 36th St, Baltimore
Calling all ballas and shot callas: The Charmery is celebrating it’s 3rd Anniversary on Saturday, July 23rd from noon until 11pm, and it is going to be completely…absolutely…without a doubt…DOPE!  This year’s theme is 90’s R&B and hip-hop complete with a performance by the Team Squad Up Baltimore Dance Crew and a 90’s invasion at the dipping cabinet. There are at least eight brand new flavors based off the lyrics of our favorite 90’s R&B songs. We’ve based the flavors on song lyrics and there is a contest for who can identify the most songs. As we believe in fair play, this means we can’t tell you the flavors just yet, but some of the new flavors include a Sourdough & Jam, Fresh Mint and Honeydew, and one based off of a Philly Cheesesteak. Also, to celebrate, The Charmery is giving away a free baby scoop with each purchase. No Whack Bustas or Scrubs allowed!

Free Yoga
8:30AM – 9:45AM
Mount Vernon Place
699 Washington Pl, Baltimore
Come experience the Conservancy’s sponsored free Yoga – Mount Vernon Place – East Square. Bring your own mat and water bottle. Appropriate for all levels. Yoga continues outside every Sat. through Sept. 24. Thanks to instructor Jude Asher for leading this group!

B.Willow’s Teacup Succulent Building at the Dell!
10AM – 1PM
Friends of Wyman Park Dell
3000 N Charles St, Baltimore
Back by popular demand, Friends of Wyman Park Dell will be hosting another fun, kid-friendly B.Willow workshop! This time we will be planting succulents in teacups and mugs!
We will be set up next to the playground on the upper side of the park at the corner of Charles and 29th street. Feel free to come anytime between 10 and 1pm!
B.Willow is a small business located in Baltimore, Maryland that creates unique indoor planters + terrariums. Using mostly repurposed or hand-made planters, B.Willow is committed to functioning as sustainably and locally-sourced as possible. Beyond selling their plants in 6 retail stores around Baltimore, Annapolis, and D.C., they provide a variety of plant-making workshops, private parties, wedding design, and custom work for businesses and residential. Their mission is to provide meaningful, insightful, and beneficial ways of experiencing nature on a frequent basis. With a focus on Baltimore, B.Willow hopes to bring more nature into people’s homes, businesses, schools, and organizations. Tickets are now available: $20 includes all supplies (B.Willow will provide a selection of vintage teacups and mugs), or bring your own mug or teacup and pay $15.

Adoption Event- Rotunda, MD
12PM – 3PM
The Rotunda
711 W 40th St, Baltimore
Join us for an ADOPTION EVENT with Maryland SPCA! Come see the adorable, adoptable dogs and cats in need of loving, forever home!

Harajuku Fashion Walk Baltimore #6 (Int. Harajuku Day Walk Weekend & Gay Pride!)
2PM – 6:30PM
Baltimore Convention Center
1 W Pratt Street, Baltimore
This is NOT a joke, this is REAL! It’s official, and no setbacks! We bring to you our 6th Harajuku Fashion Walk! In addition to our fashion walk, we’re also celebrating International Harajuku Walk Day and also Baltimore Gay Pride weekend!
Love Japanese fashion? Are you in the Baltimore/Maryland/DC/Virginia area? Get dressed in your favorite Harajuku fashions and join us for Baltimore’s Harajuku Fashion Walk! Shibuya and Gyaru styles are welcome! PLEASE refrain from doing cosplay, thank you!
Everyone should meet at The Baltimore Convention Center steps at 2PM. The walk itself will not begin until 3:00 – 3:30 PM. There will be breaks during our walk for pictures, food, etc. There will be a total of two break sessions, during our time. The first breaking point will be the bridge in front of Barnes and Noble. The second breaking point will be the statue circle. Our ending will be Bond Street Pier(or any alternate route). Feel free to bring your cameras, as well as your own money, snacks and refreshments! There are cafes and food stops near Bond Street Pier (Fells Point), as well as the Inner Harbor area.

Better Off Dead – Live at The 8×10 with special guests Old Soul Revival
8PM – 1:30AM
The 8×10
10 E Cross St, Baltimore
Gonna be a night of Dead and Allman’s as we are joined by Old Soul Revival, who are amazing!!! Can’t wait to be back at The 8×10!!!

Baltimore Pride 2016
July 23 – 24
Get ready for Baltimore Pride 2016, Maryland’s largest LGBTQ event! Check here often for event updates and other information. Baltimore Pride is produced by the GLBT Communuty Center of Baltimore and Central Maryland (Glccb).
Parade–Saturday, July 23rd RAIN OR SHINE in Mt. Vernon
Block Party–Saturday, July 23rd RAIN OR SHINE in Mt. Vernon
Festival–Sunday, July 24th RAIN OR SHINE in Druid Hill Park
VIsit our website at for more information, and information about sponsorships, vendor space and parade entries.

Walk the Wreckage at Reverb
9PM – 12AM
2112 N Charles St, Baltimore
Walk the Wreckage performs with Tha Raw and Culture of Defeat


Steve Forbert in Baltimore
8PM -11PM
Creative Alliance
3134 Eastern Ave, Baltimore
Perhaps best known for his song “Romeo’s Tune”, Steve Forbert is a powerful American songwriter, known for poetic lyrics and engaging melodies. As a young man from Meridian, Mississippi, Steve Forbert traveled to New York City and played guitar for spare change in Grand Central Station. He vaulted to international prominence with a folk-rock hit, “Romeo’s Tune” during a time when rootsy rock was fading out and the Ramones, Talking Heads, and other New Wave and punk acts were moving in to the public consciousness. Still, critics raved about Steve’s poetic lyrics and engaging melodies, and the crowds at CBGB’s club in New York accepted him alongside those acts. “I’ve never been interested in changing what I do to fit emerging trends,” Forbert observes. “Looking back on it, I was helping to keep a particular American songwriting tradition alive at a time when it wasn’t in the spotlight.”
Buy Tickets Here

Circles of Voices
6PM – 9PM
Impact Hub Baltimore
10 E North Ave, Baltimore
Given the circumstances that are unfolding, around the rampant police murder of black people across America and the confusion/pain that it is causing, we are changing the topic of Circles of Voices this month. We need to come together, to create a space for listening, speaking and communing with one another. Something is wrong in America. We will not transcend this until we get to know each other across our differences. Come with questions. Bring your thoughts and feelings. J.C. Faulk and Verna Myers will be facilitating this session. Join us for this very important topic. Bring a bite to eat/drink. We are having a potluck. You are welcome here. Buy Tickets Here

Baltimore Pride Main Event Dance Party at Grand Central
2PM – 2AM
Grand Central Nightclub
1001 N Charles St, Baltimore
DJ Arturo in the Loft for the VIP Party 2-2am
DJ Kuhmeleon in the Disco 6-10pm
DJ Ryan Doubleyou in the Disco for the PRIDE After Party 10-2am

Centurion: 100 Minutes Of Stand-Up Comedy
9PM – 11PM
Atomic Books
3620 Falls Rd, Baltimore
Admission: $5 Live from the Eightbar in Atomic Books, it’s Centurion! Centurion is a stand-up comedy showcase featuring exactly one hundred minutes of quality stand-up comedy from some of the best comedians in Baltimore.
Featuring:, Max Levine, Ian Salyers, Alyssa Cowan, and Jim Meyer
Hosted by Collin Baker
Collin is a comedian based in Baltimore, MD. Collin’s comedy runs from the intensely personal to the blissfully ridiculous. He uses stories and stream-of-consciousness rambling to explore such topics as mental illness, mistranslations in personal interactions, and how to use glitter to surprise a mortician. You can see Collin Baker at comedy shows in and around Baltimore, Washington DC, and New York City. Collin Baker has had the opportunity t perform at The Eastville Comedy Club, the Charm City Comedy Festival (‘15), University of Maryland, Baltimore County, Goucher College, and Stevenson University.


Prince – Madonna – Michael Jackson Dance Party!
9PM – 2AM
2549 N Howard St, Baltimore
Time again for our Prince vs Madonna vs Michael Jackson Dance Party! And, this time we’re also celebrating Baltimore Pride Weekend! DJ Mills plays all of the best Madonna/Prince/MJ tunes! No cover all night!

Danny Whitecotton // Mink’s Miracle Medicine
10PM – 1AM
Joe Squared
33 W North Ave, Baltimore
Danny Whitecotton-
Mink’s Miracle Medicine-

Metal Eternal Fest tour – Baltimore Show
8PM – ?
TheDepot Baltimore
1728 N Charles St, Baltimore
Corners of Sanctuary
Suicide Conspiracy
Sixteen Cylinder


Sunday, July 24

Josh Funk Storytime at The Ivy
10AM – 11AM
The Ivy Bookshop
6080 Falls Rd, Baltimore
Author Josh Funk will read and sign copies of his debut picture book Lady Pancake & Sir French Toast, as well as share sneak peeks of his upcoming picture books Pirasaurs! and Dear Dragon. Josh will take questions and there will be coloring pages – fun for all ages!

Barre to Bar Pop Up Class with Little Havana
6PM – 8PM
Little Havana Restaurante y Cantina
1325 Key Hwy, Ste A, Baltimore
Join us for a Sunday Funday at Little Havana! We will be hosting a on site donation based Pure Barre Pop Up class at 6:00pm, then hoping over to the bar area for drinks and nibbles. Bring your friends and yoga mat and get ready to see a tast of Pure Barre, and a tast of Little Havana! We will be selling our Grand Opening Specail on site if you havent had the chance to purchase yet. You can also visit our website, to purchase.

Union Graze
5PM – 8PM
Artifact Coffee
1500 Union Ave, Baltimore
Union Graze is rolling all summer long! Every other Sunday Artifact Coffee and Seawall will be having local eats and local beats right in our back yard. We will be featuring live art from Art Monkeys, local artisans selling clothing, jewelry, locally grown produce, flowers, ceramics and so much more! Artifact will be grilling up killer bbq and serving local brews as well! Bring a blanket and grab a spot on the lawn!


Candle Making Workshop!
5PM – 7PM
Artifact Coffee
1500 Union Ave, Baltimore
Raise your glass to a NEW kind of night out! Join Knits, Soy & Metal for #CandleMaking and Wine! Grab your friends and your creative spirit and spend 1.5 – 2 hours drinking, eating, laughing, and flexing your creative muscles. There’s no experience necessary and we’ll provide all the supplies, so you don’t have to worry about a thing (except having a great time!).  After it’s all said and done, you will walk away with 2 all natural Scented Soy Candles, choosing from an array of scents ranging from floral, to earthy, to food inspired. Get ready to mix and mingle with other #DIY enthusiasts as we get our creative juices flowing! Buy Tickets Here

Sic Joeks: Comedy Night
8PM – 10PM
Charm City Comedy Project
1023 W 36th St, Baltimore
Ian Salyers, the king of Glen Burnie Comedy and venerable host and Pioneer of the CCCP Friday Open Mic. Headlines an evening of comedy at the Charm City Comedy Project brought to you by [sic] Joeks: Comedy and Things and Eric Tries Too Hard Podcast. $5
Joining him to perform are:
Michael Moran of The Digression Sessions Podcast
Eric Navarro of Eric Tries Too Hard Podcast
Stephanie Joyal & Leelend Clayton
Hosted by Mark Miller of [sic] Joeks: Comedy and Things

Eze Jackson, Micah E. Wood, :3lON, 83 Cutlass
8PM – ?
The Crown
1910 N Charles St, Baltimore
Eze Jackson
Micah E. Wood (Album Release Show/Birthday), :3lON, 83 Cutlass, and Dj: Shido
The Crown Blue Room Cover: $5

Between The Heart & Home / Rosiere at The Ottobar
5:30PM – ?
2549 N Howard St, Baltimore
-Between the heart and home
-Paper Trails
Doors at 5:30, 10 ADV/ 12 @ Door, Buy Tickets Here


– Lindsey

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