Things to do in Baltimore this week 7/25

Lots going on this week!  Plan ahead for getting around!  With the Metro shut down, traffic is sure to be a pain.

Monday, July 25

Baltimore Restaurant Week !!!!
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.

The 10th Annual Baltimore Improv Festival
July 25 – July 31
7:30PM – 10PM
Baltimore Theatre Project
45 W Preston St, Baltimore
The 10th Annual Baltimore Improv Festival Returns with the best talent on the east coast and beyond! This year features 7 nights of world-class comedy shows and 2 days of improv workshops for students of all experience levels, all held at Baltimore’s Theatre Project and the Mercury Theater. We have shows every night from July 25th – July 31st, with all-access Festival Passes available! Join us for after parties at our sponsor bar, Ryleigh’s Oyster Mount Vernon! Find out more at the Festival web site:
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Industry Vinyl Night
7PM – 1AM
1520 Clipper Road, Baltimore
Come join us as we team with Tito’s Vodka for our second Vinyl Night that pays homage not only to our love of Vinyl but all of our family and friends in the service industry
Bring in vinyl to donate or play and recieve $5 off your meal
Great Tito’s Vodka Specials!
$3.50 draft specials for service industry all night!
$5 wine specials for service industry all night!
Late Night Appetizer and Charcuterie Specials!

He Is Legend
7PM – ?
2549 N Howard St, Baltimore
He Is Legend returns to Ottobar! This time they’re bringing ex- ZAO Official drummer Jesse Smith’s band… Jesse Smith & The Holy Ghost. More bands TBA soon!
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Christmas In July
4PM – 12AM
Heavy Seas Alehouse
1300 Bank St, Baltimore
Come join the party & drink for a good cause. To celebrate Christmas in July every beer purchase a $1 will be donated to a charity.

Nina Diaz / Scarlet Sails
8PM – 11PM
Joe Squared
33 W North Ave, Baltimore
Nina Diaz has been hailed by NPR as “one of the two or three most exciting, scary-good vocalists in rock today.” Her backing band, hand-picked by Nina to highlight her new sound, includes Jorge Gonzalez (drums), Johnny Shrink (keys), Austin Valentine (bass), and Travis Vela (guitar). Nina Diaz’s solo debut album is scheduled to be released later this year.

Teavolve’s Open Mic w Vagabond Motel
7PM – 10PM
Teavolve Cafe & Lounge
1401 Aliceanna St, Baltimore
Short version: 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 : Vagabond Motel! “Vagabond Motel, plays its own style of beautiful music combining Americana, folk, rock and soul. Former opera singer, Natasha Ramirez, delivers vocals that range from lilting to gritty, and is joined by creative players and co-writers including guitarist, Mike Gehl, bassist, Fred Louden and most recently percussionist/vocalist, Doug Scrivener. Previously, members have played with Love Riot and Kelly Bell Band, and have opened for acts as diverse as Wilco, Richie Havens and Guster. Vagabond Motel’s debut release, Casualty of Love EP, is due in late 2016.”

Christmas in July – Fells Point
6PM – 8PM
Kooper’s Tavern
1702 Thames St, Baltimore
Join us at Kooper’s Tavern on Monday, July 25th, as we celebrate Christmas in July with Maker’s 46! We will be collecting pet toys, food and blankets for BARCS Animal Shelter. Purchase your collector Maker’s 46 bottle and pick up your complimentary Maker’s 46 wax-dipped rocks glass.

Tuesday, July 26

The Decline of Western Civilization
8PM – 9:30PM
De Kleine Duivel
3602 Hickory Ave, Baltimore
35th Anniversary of the documentary on the L.A. punk scene of the late 70’s.

Brews and Board Games
6PM – 11PM
The Windup Space
12 W North Ave, Baltimore
Come beat the heat with us at Brews and Board Games at The Windup Space! Some board and card games, both classic and contemporary, are provided for anyone to play. Feel free to bring your own as well if you have something special in mind. Come bring some friends, meet some new ones, drink some dranks (alcoholic or non) and play some games!
As always, winners of all games get prizes:
– Cheap Ass Prizes!
– Free drinks!
– 2-for-1 drinks!
– 3 Actual Good Prizes, generously provided by: Shananigans Toy Shop,Canton Games, and THIRD EYE COMICS!
This month’s featured game is Party Poetry by local designers Sheri and David Knauth! Party Poetry is a cooperative poetry writing game that spreads the love of writing and creativity while bringing people together in a party atmosphere. Whether it is funny or serious – the end results are always fun. A cooperative party game in which two or more people create a haiku or verse poem. Multiple versions will be available (after dark, family, holiday, adult, Junior, etc.). Playtest Party Poetry and give your feedback to the designers! FREE to attend, but please buy some beer/cocktails/soda to support this event! Stop on by between 6 and 11. Invite your friends!
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Tinderbox Circus Sideshow at Ottobar
7PM – ?
2549 N Howard St, Baltimore
==Doors 7pm==Show 8pm==$10 Cover!!==18+ SHOW!==
Tinderbox Circus Sideshow (Lexington, KY)  An all-american classic circus sideshow, combining timeless acts of shock and amazement with a punk rock presentation, and a dirty south attitude. The result is a uniquely modern experience; unlike anything else in today’s entertainment industry

Crystals 101
6PM – 7:30PM
Flourish Baltimore
2445 Saint Paul St, Baltimore
Crystals are a source of energy that carry different forms of vibration which translate to different forms of consciousness and healing energy. Come join our facilitator, Linnea Holt, and explore the basics of how to work with crystal energy everyday. Everything from cleansing, charging and working with crystals for healing. This workshop is designed to train individuals in the use of crystals and gemstones for healing, growth, and transformation. Feel free to bring a few stones, if you’d like.  Cost $10. Pay in advance to hold your space.

Open Mic
6:30PM – 9PM
2601 N Howard St, Baltimore
Interests, Meetup? Arts, Art? Community, Religous? It’s been four years and we still have no idea which facebook event category this fits into. Anywho, it’s open mic night at Charmington’s and would be dang happy to see you and hear what the h your words are like lately. Perfect for vanquishing the heat and thirst.

Hampden Get Trashed on Tuesdays – July
7PM – 9PM
Le Garage – Beer Bar & Frites
911 W 36th St, Baltimore
Come join our community clean up sponosered by Le Garage! Do you want to help keep Hampden clean and green, meet like minded neighbors, and enjoy great food and drink specials at a local business? Meet members of the HCC Clean and Green Committee at the Royal Farms on the Avenue at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, July 26 for an hour of trash pick up. We’ll provide gloves, bags, and trash grabbers in front of the Royal Farm on Roland and 36th. After the hour picking up trash around the neighborhood, we reconvene this month at Le Garage for 50 percent off of your entire bill at the bar!  Bring your friends, and remember to tip bartenders on the pre-discounted amount!

Wednesday, July 27

Stone East Coast Brewery Launch Party
5PM – 10PM
1520 Clipper Road, Baltimore
Join us on Wednesday, July 27, to celebrate the launch of Stone Brewing Company’s east coast facility, located in Richmond, VA! We will have a bunch of limited release beers as well as two, super fresh, brand new beers being released from the Richmond Brewery.

Bombino + Caleb Stine & The Brakemen
8PM – ?
Creative Alliance
3134 Eastern Ave, Baltimore
A night of Toureg guitar jams and honky tonk grooves to get your body moving. About Bombino. Born and raised in Niger, in the northern city of Agadez, Omara “Bombino” Moctar, a Tuareg guitarist and songwriter, was raised during an era of armed struggles for independence and violent suppression by government forces. His electrifying jams capture the spirit of resistance and rebellion while echoing with guitar riffs reminiscent of fellow Africans Tinariwen and Ali Farka Touré not to mention rock and blues icons such as Jimi Hendrix, John Lee Hooker and Jimmy Page. Already a superstar in the Tuareg community Bombino has quickly earned a reputation as one of Africa’s hottest young guitarists.
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8PM – ?
2549 N Howard St, Baltimore
Tickets onsale now at, Charmington’s Cafe and Ottobar!

Summer Slaughter w/ Cannibal Corpse, Nile & more!
2:15PM – 11:30PM
Rams Head Live
20 Market Pl, Baltimore
Summer Slaughter Tour 2016 featuring
Cannibal Corpse, Nile, After The Burial, Suffocation, Carnifex, Revocation,Krisiun, Slaughter To Prevail, INGESTED, Enterprise Earth
The Summer Slaughter Tour is an annual metal music tour held every year since 2007. It originated in North America in 2007 and has toured in Canada in 2008, Europe in 2008, and Australia and New Zealand in 2009. Billed as “The Most Extreme Tour of the Year”, Summer Slaughter has earned a reputation as being one of the few summer tours to cater exclusively to fans of extreme forms of metal music. Starting in 2012, Summer Slaughter began to add more progressive metal bands to their lineups, seeing Between the Buried and Me co-headline with Cannibal Corpse. Periphery also played Summer Slaughter 2012, and came back during Summer Slaughter 2013, along with progressive metal bands Animals as Leaders and The Ocean. The focus on progressive metal that year was controversial, and death metal focused lineups returned in 2014, seeing Morbid Angel headline.
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Vague Output presents: TOO MANY WIRES II
10PM – 1AM
The Crown
1910 N Charles St, Baltimore
A packed night of live ebm and techno at The Crown free//Red Room Isabella (Live) is hard experimental dance music on tour from Boston OLMS (Live) is drunken darkwave on tour from Detroit Casuistry (Live) is darkwave/EBM on tour from Detroit BWO (Live) is technoid electronics and Vague Output resident Baltimore
LK (DJ) founder of monthly Pity For The Self events Baltimore

FREE: Mini Musicals on the Move: Guys and Dolls
7PM – ?
Mount Vernon Place
699 Washington Pl, Baltimore
Mini-Musicals on the Move was born in 2008 when a group of friends in suburban Washington D.C. used their combined expertise in organizing sing-along house parties, storytelling and vocal performance to create “living room sized performances” of classic Broadway musicals.  Join us for a fun evening of theater in the Mount Vernon Place West Square!

Jazz Brings Us Together with Korean Breath
7:30PM – 9PM
The Motor House
120 W North Ave, Baltimore
Join us for a fusion of Western jazz, Korean jazz, and traditional Korean music. Enjoy performances by the World Music Group SE:UM and saxophonist Craig Alston and his Ensemble. The event is FREE. SE:UM is one of Korea’s most innovative ensembles, drawing instrumental, vocal, and improvisation techniques from both Korean and Western jazz traditions. This event will feature U.S. premiers of their major works, including Abyss, The Other Side, Smell of the Water, Seven Steps One Bow, and Sa-Gye-Hwa. Craig Alston is a multi-instrumentalist who is best known as the saxophonist for jazz soul band Fertile Ground, and whose versatility has allowed him to play with musicians across genres, from The Temptations to the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra. Audiences won’t want to miss this stellar aural mash-up of traditional Korean music and contemporary jazz featuring top Korean and American artists.


Stage Dog Band//Matt Hutchison & the Big ‘Gin
8PM – 11PM
Joe Squared
33 W North Ave, Baltimore
One night only, come see two great bands, eat three pizzas!
Stage Dog Band is a Baltimore, MD based traditional jazz ensemble
Matt Hutchison & The Big ‘Gin is a rock trio with great roots

Southern Provisions Pint Night
7PM – 10PM
Southern Provisions
3000 O’Donnell Street, Baltimore
We’ll have Neon Gypsy, Morgazm, and Funk on tap. There will also be a cornhole competition, where prizes will be awarded for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place teams.

Whiskey Wednesdays: Pogues Irish Whiskey
5PM – 7PM
The Pig & Rooster Smokehouse
3242 Foster Ave, Baltimore
Whiskey Wednesday’s: Irish Whiskey Edition! Come and try some complementary Irish Whiskey from Pogues and wash it down with some great food specials. Trivia, hosted by the wonderful Chelsea of Charm City Trivia begins at 8pm so come early and stay all night! To sweeten the deal, we’ll also have a great deal on bottle pricing to take one home with you!

Murdercastle: How To Make A Rock Opera | World Premiere
7PM – 10PM
The Charles Theater
1711 N Charles St, Baltimore
See a story of friendship. See a story of passion. See the one and only world premiere of Murdercastle: How To Make A Rock Opera! This is the public’s only chance for a good, LONG while to see how the BROS do it and to see it on the silver screen! Bring your family, friends, fellow artists and support this unique look behind the face melting.
Synopsis: A volunteer based theatre company, Baltimore Rock Opera Society pushes the limits of propriety and perseverance as they set out to create a full length rock opera about the life and times of H.H. Holmes, Americas first serial killer.
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Frankie Cosmos, Warehouse & Snail Mail:: 7/27 at WIndup
8PM – ?
The Windup Space
12 W North Ave, Baltimore
Unregistered Nurse Booking presents….
Frankie Cosmos (NYC)
Warehouse (ATL)
Snail Mail
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Thursday, July 28

Rainbow Fest Kick-off Happy Hour: Tiki Kiki
5:30PM – 7:30PM
Creative Alliance
3134 Eastern Ave, Baltimore
Join us for a colorful tiki party at the Marquee Lounge to celebrate the Rainbow Fest kickoff! This happy hour will be hosted by IRIS, who will introduce us to the work they’re doing in the Latinx LGBTQ community – and act as our island party guides! Alcohol sponsored by Leblon Cachaca and Jagermeister, who will be on site with custom gifts to celebrate Pride and art in the LGBTQ community. Chelsea Gregoire of Drinkable Genius and Jennifer Collins of Leblon Caçhaca will be slinging island-style drinks to high-energy music. Rain or shine, join us for a celebration in the sun. A portion of the proceeds from this happy hour will benefit IRIS. Be sure to stay for a witty reading with Isaac Oliver in the theater!
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Baltimore’s Birthday Bash (2nd Annual)
6PM – 9PM
Baltimore World Trade Center
401 E. Pratt St., Baltimore
Celebrate Baltimore’s 287th Birthday with Heavy Hors d’Oeuvres; local Beer, Wine, & Cocktails; Birthday Desserts by city bakeries; and Music by DJ Rob Macy of Save Your Soul.
FEATURING: Dooby’s, Diablo Doughnuts, Dessert Fantasies, Cava Mezze, Lord Baltimore Hotel, Peabody Heights Brewery, LLC, Oliver Brewing Company, UNION Craft Brewing, Diamondback Beer, @thebaltimorewhiskeycompany, and more! Don’t get left out of our second annual event! Purchase your tickets today. (Last year’s tickets sold out!!!)
Ticket Price Includes: Savory Lite Fare; Open Bar featuring wine, craft beers from local brewers, and a signature cocktail with local spirits; Birthday Desserts from local bakers; Dance Party with DJ Rob Macy of SAVE YOUR SOUL; Photo Ops with sweeping 360 degree views of Baltimore City; Support for Live Baltimore
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Jazz Night at Cunningham’s!
6PM – 8PM
1 Olympic Pl, Towson
Every 2nd and 4th Thursday of the month join us for Jazz Night! July 28th features Tom Lagana. Happy hour from 5-7pm and music from 6-8pm.

Opening reception and exhibition with Gel!
6PM – 9PM
The Room – Mt. Vernon
800 Saint Paul St, Baltimore
Join us for our initial exhibition and reception featuring the talented Gel Jamlang! Gel Jamlang received her bachelor’s degree in art from the University of the Philippines, Diliman. She began her career as an artist for home design companies, painting large scale flower murals and eventually exhibiting her work at the Philippine Consulate New York. She moved on to painting surreal portraits in watercolor and received awards for RAW Baltimore and RAWawards Visual Artist of the Year 2012. She became a freelance illustrator in the mid-2013 doing work for the New Republic Magazine, Intro Magazine, Guitar World Magazine, Foreign Policy Magazine, LENNY LETTER etc. She’s also done graphic design and cover illustration work for Graphic Audio. She worked a few semesters teaching illustration at Maryland Institute College of Art and is currently an art instructor at Artworks Studio in Bethesda while freelancing as an illustrator. *Munchies will be provided, drinks will be available for purchase.

Crab & Beer Dinner
6:30PM – 10PM
Gertrude’s Restaurant
10 Art Museum Dr, Baltimore
Executive Chefs Moreno Espinoza of Wildfire and Doug Wetzel of Gertrude’s have created four courses of food & beer pairings showcasing crab in a variety of uses and featuring beers from Union Craft Brewing. Chef John Shields hosts this evening of perfect pairings and crabby tales. The night starts with Maryland Style Blue Crab, followed by Jumbo Crab Ceviche Tostada, Filet Mignon Oscar Style and ends with a spectacular Summer Fruit Crostada all beautifully paired with the perfect ales from Union Craft Brewing. Call for reservations 410-889-3399.


The great sake challenge
7:30PM – ?
Saigon Today
700 S Potomac St, Baltimore
Don’t think you like sake?! let us change your mind! Tyku will be joining us while we feature 16 sakes, 8 made in the great United States of America and 8 from Japan. Most of these will be flavored and are delicious. You will have to guess whether the sake your tasting is from America or Japan. If you get it right, you win a prize each time!  We know, that’s a lot of sake so we will be feeding you throughout the night to make sure you can make it to work on friday. Tickets are $35 per person and seats are limited. Please contact the restaurant at 4102764888 or Lyndz Gallion to reserve your seat today!


Comedy Open Mic at Reverb!
8PM – 12AM
2112 N Charles St, Baltimore
Hosted by Michael Furr
Signups at 8pm
Comedy starts at 9pm


Flicks From The Hill: Karate Kid
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!

Art/Sound/Now: Amy Reid and Trnsgndr/VHS
7PM – ?
The Walters Art Museum
600 N Charles St, Baltimore
ART/SOUND/NOW is a live music series in which performers use sound to create a new context for viewing the galleries of the museum. For this program, Amy Reid will use her music to explore the processes of destruction and preservation in the Museum’s galleries of Ancient Near Eastern art. Performer TRNSGNDR/VHS will examine the culture and aesthetics of seventeenth-century European art through an immersive, multi-sensory installation in the Baroque galleries.
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Pure Barre to Bar in Canton Square with El Buffalo
6PM – 7PM
Pure Barre Baltimore
2400 Boston Street #104, Baltimore
Join us for a donations based pop Pure Barre class in Canton Square! Please bring a yoga mat and water, and we will bring you a taste of Pure Barre! We cant wait to see you there.
After class, walk over to El Bufalo Tequila Bar & Kitchen on the Square for extended Happy Hour special until 10PM.
$3 Domestic or Mexican Beers
$5 Wine
$7 Signature Cocktails
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.

Open Bar for $10
8PM – 10PM
Das Bier Haus
1542 Light St, Baltimore
Join us for a $10 open bar from 8PM-10PM on Thursday, July 28th at Das Bier Haus in Baltimore. The open bar will cover mixed drinks, beer, and a featured drink TBD. Tickets are not yet live for this event. The first 30 tickets for this event will only cost $10. To get notified when these tickets go live, join our mailing list for Baltimore:
First 30 with Hotspot app: $10
Regular Price with Hotspot app: $15
Online Reservation: $20
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You can only reserve one ticket per person through the Hotspot app. You can reserve multiple tickets through the web. On the day of the event, just show that ticket at the door. This is a promotional event so capacity will be capped to ensure all attendees can be served quickly. If you have questions, please email us at

Music in the Parks: Todd Marcus Trio
6:30PM – 8:30PM
Gwynns Falls Leakin Park
1920 Eagle Drive, baltimore
Music in the Parks is a FREE summer concert series featuring some of the areas most talented performers. Bring your blankets or lawn chairs and enjoy the show.


Rock Off Shake Off Hosted by TT The Artist Neek B Chillin & Mighty Mark
9PM – 2AM
The Crown
1910 N Charles St, Baltimore
Rock Off Shake Off is a summer/fall Baltimore club and dance music series highlighting the culture of Baltimore club music. The series kicks of Thursday, July 28th and will take place each last Thursday at the Crown during the months of July-October. Inspired by club dance nights at the legendary Paradox, Rock Off Shake Off features an evening of club music and dance vibes highlighting pioneering and upcoming club DJs, performers and includes an dance cypher powered by Bmore Than Dance open to all club music enthusiast. Featuring Bmore Than Dance Rock Off Shake Off Dance Cypher each month. If you are a dancer come out and flex your skills or learn some classic club moves!

The John “Papa Gros” Band at The 8×10 w/ Cara Kelly & The Tell Tale
8PM – ?
The 8×10
10 E Cross St, Baltimore
Born in New Orleans, John “Papa” Gros has spent more than a quarter-century championing the music of the Big Easy. He’s played it all — New Orleans funk, rock & roll, jazz, blues, Americana, pop/rock — and he swirls those styles into a genre-bending gumbo that pays tribute to his influences while still pushing ahead into new territory. Like Allen Toussaint and Dr. John, Gros is a proud local who carries on the tradition of New Orleans music, both honoring its past and helping to shape its future.
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Taste some James River gin at Canton Crossing!
5PM – 8PM
Canton Crossing Wine & Spirits
3831 Boston St, Baltimore
Join us for a free tasting of James River Distillery gins at Canton Crossing Wine and Spirits!

Friday, July 29

BBP: Beach Party!
6:30PM – 11PM
St. Mary’s Park
600 N Paca St, Baltimore
Grab your bike and bikini body (AKA, that body you have right now) and beach it up with the BBP Beach Party themed ride! It’s summer-living on this seaside. Expect: shells, swimmies, sunscreen, sharks, sand, and sailors. And other non-S beach theme costumes and bikes. We meet as usual at 6:30 p.m. at St Mary’s Park in Seton Hill and roll out at 7 p.m. The ride, in development as you read, will be around 8 to 10 miles, ending at Lexington Market.  Volunteers get free drink tickets, discounts on merch, get to cut in the beer line, and get to help put on the best party in Baltimore. Check out and sign up for volunteer shifts at this page

Loudapalooza Fest
8PM – 12AM
2112 N Charles St, Baltimore
Loudapalooza Fest is happening again at Reverb!

BSO Block Party: Rhapsody in Blue
5:30PM – 10PM
Joseph Meyerhoff Symphony Hall
1212 Cathedral St, Baltimore
Join us for a pre-concert party outside the Meyerhoff featuring food trucks, classic American cocktails and live jazz with Tongue in Cheek! Then head inside to hear the world-class Baltimore Symphony Orchestra perform Gershwin, Bernstein and more in Rhapsody in Blue.

Fridays with Friends!
5PM – 8PM
Johnny Sánchez Baltimore
1525 Russell St, Baltimore
We know how hard you work, that’s why it’s time to unwind! T.G.I.F takes on a whole new meaning with this special event!  Johnny Sánchez, located inside of Horseshoe Casino Baltimore, is serving up 2-For-1 Tacos, House Margaritas, Draft Beer, House Wine, and Well Cocktails. Stop in for this one-of-a-kind Happy Hour and don’t forget to bring a friend (or two)!

Blood Rust // Chepang // Recluse // Cremains // Hoboknife // Syringe
8PM – ?
The Sidebar
218 E Lexington St, Baltimore
BLOOD RUST: HC Barclay Punks
CHEPANG: NYC immigrant grind (members of Sangharsha)
RECLUSE: Nola Punk/Thrash/PV
SYRINGE: New Baltimore HC (mems of Humanmania, Claw, Bidet, No Way, Malicious Code)


Phoam (Phish tribute) Live – Dark Star Orchestra/The Bridge After Party!
10PM – ?
The 8×10
10 E Cross St, Baltimore
Back at the 8x 10 for a special show! Doors open at 10 PM and first set will start at 10:30! First 40 people to show a DSO ticket stub get a free draft beer! We may see a special guest or 2! Get your tickets in advance!
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BBB, Baltimore Birthday Bash Art reception
7PM – 10PM
The Escape Artists
827 North Charles St., Baltimore
Escape Artists gallery invites you to celebrate our 1st birthday along with Baltimore’s 285th birtday at our BBB Baltimore Birthday Bash) art reception, which will be presenting Baltimore inspired art by local artists, music by Baltimore’s finest, DJ Tzeech and live performance art by Shanna Lim!


Horse Lords, Wume, Peals and Susan Alcorn
8PM – ?
2549 N Howard St, Baltimore
Tickets onsale NOW at Charmington’s Cafe and Ottobar!

Giraffes? Giraffes! // Time Columns // 3rd Grade Friends // Cartoon Weapons (DC)
8PM – 1AM
The Windup Space
12 W North Ave, Baltimore
Time Columns |
3rd Grade Friends
Cartoon Weapons (DC)

Saturday, July 30

Field Day
12PM – 6PM
Waterfront Partnership
650 S Exeter St, Ste 200, Baltimore
Think back to Field Day as a kid – a day of fun outside with your friends, eating good food (snack packs, anyone?) and playing games. We think it’s time to bring back some of the fun! Join us on July 30th for Waterfront Partnership’s 1st Annual Field Day! Yard games will be available all afternoon, including Bubble Ball Soccer ($5 drop in games), Corn Hole, Bear Pong and Giant Jenga. There will also be a Tie-Dye t-shirt station, where the first 250 attendees to sign up and attend the event will receive a free Field Day t-shirt to tie-dye (or bring your own shirt).
Vendors such as Ekiben, Snake Hill, Dooby’s, The Charmery and local cocktail bar Sugarvale will be on-site to serve food and drinks. A live DJ will provide entertainment.
The field day competition will take place from 1pm to 4pm. Teams will compete in five relay-style races including a wheelbarrow race, a beach ball carry race, a water sponge relay, sack race and a crab walk. An awards ceremony will be held after the competition to honor the winners. Teams of eight can sign up online in advance to compete in the field day tournament for $5 per person. To register visit Teams should arrive by 12:30pm for check-in. **All team members must be 21+ to participate!
Make sure to check out the Waterfront Partnership table on site the day of the event to see the future plans for Rash Field!  This event is free to attend! Food, drink, team competition and Bubble Ball tickets for purchase.


UNION’s 4th Anniversary Party
7PM – ?
UNION Craft Brewing
1700 Union Ave, Ste D, Baltimore
Once again we invite you to celebrate another year of brewing beer and community in Baltimore and beyond. This year’s party will be better than ever with new, rare, classic and vintage beers, great food, and of course some incredible local music. This year we’ve invited DJ Daniel Biltmore to warm up the big stage for the phenomenal 23-piece Baltimore Afrobeat Society to perform the music of Afrobeat legend, Fela Kuti. This will be their only area performance this summer!  So dust off those dancing shoes for an unforgettable night at the brewery! VIP Ticket holders will enjoy an hour of private open bar, a catered buffet, a commemorative glass and T-shirt. All ticket holders will receive a limited edition commemorative glass. Don’t wait. We’ll sell out! A PORTION OF THE PROCEEDS TO BENEFIT Believe In Music

Baltimore Turns 287 Let’s Party People!
9:30PM – 1:30AM
De Kleine Duivel
3602 Hickory Ave, Baltimore
It’s Baltimore’s birthday! Let’s fucking jam! On July 30th 1729, Baltimore was born and has been kickin’ it like a champ ever since! Wear the flag! Wear your novelty 1729 glasses from new years that year! Come ready to celebrate and party your ass off for the Greatest City in America! Booze by Baltimore’s own BWC! Jams by Baltimore’s own Cian Noteman!

Summer Sales Flea Market
12PM – 5PM
The Windup Space
12 W North Ave, Baltimore
Station North Flea Market is back! Come pick up some deals and a drink at the wonderfully air-conditioned Windup Space. Signup here:

Fluid Movement Presents: Science Fair! The Druid Hill Shows!
5PM – 7PM
Druid Hill Park Pool
800 Wyman Park Dr, Baltimore
Join Fluid Movement for our opening weekend of shows, at Druid Hill Park Pool:
Science Fair! The Water Ballet [Hypothesis: It’s Gonna Be Awesome!]
This summer our annual water ballet celebrates science and the distinctive culture of school-based competitions: trifold posters, last-minute research, and exacting judges. We will swim through scenes devoted to space, environment, energy, chemistry, and more.
Ticket prices are $10 for all shows EXCEPT July 30 5pm, which is a specially priced $5 show.
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Barre to Brunch with Sweetgreen!
9:30AM – 11AM
sweetgreen (Harbor East)
1306 Fleet St, Baltimore
Join us for a donation based Pure Barre Pop Up class @ Sweetgreen on Fleet Street, Saturday, July 30tht- class starting at 9:30am! After class, sweetgreen is very generousley provoding free salads for all attendees to take home with you! Space is limited to for the first 35 participants.

Hamilton Street Festival
11AM – 7PM
Hamilton-Lauraville Main Street
5500 Harford Rd, Ste 201, Baltimore
23rd Hamilton Street Festival – Saturday July 30, 11am – 7pm. Thanks to our sponsors: Municipal Employees Credit Union (MECU), BERGER COOKIES (bringing a brand new product). Poster by Michael Bracco!  Music, Dancing, Food, Art, Neighborhood new!


StrangeFolx Festival
12PM – ?
Baltimore Free Farm
3510 Ash St, Baltimore
The 5th Annual Strangefolx Music Festival in Baltimore, Maryland celebrates local and regional folk musicians, local artists, food, family, and fun! Folk Anthems to Celebrate the Indomitable Spirit and the Need to Thrive!
COLORA, Baltimore garage-psych rock
MOOSEJAW, bluegrass trio from DC
GOOSEFOOT, Virginia-based exploratory folk rock
LEO&CYGNUS, Baltimore indie folk
TOOLSHED, Baltimore old-timey, knee-slapping good times
BARAGE BAND, Baltimore’s best barage rock band ever!!
LADI GLORI – Baltimore spoken word
Wood-fired oven-baked pizza!
Local Food and Home-Made Goods!
Garden Tours of Ash Street Gardens!


Trifecta Food Truck Festival
12PM – 9PM
Maryland State Fairgrounds
2200 York Rd Timonium
24-7 Entertainment & Mother’s North Grille present
Trifecta Food Truck Festival
Baltimore County’s Largest Food Truck Festival
• Over 25 of The region’s best Gourmet Food Trucks!!!
• ONSTAGE! Brothers of The Road Band (Celebrating the music of The Allman Brothers) plus Baltimore favorites All Mighty Senators, Jah Works,Kelly Bell Band, Bosley, Reverend Smackmaster & The Congregation of Funk, and GypsySoulRevival
• Craft & Domestic Beer Tents
• Large Dining Tents
• Local Artists and Vendors
* Mechanical Bull Ride
• Dunk Tank, Corn Hole and more
• Kids Party Area with Moon Bounces, Games, Face Painting and more
• Hang out for the day! Pop-Up Tents, Folding Chairs and Blankets Welcome
• Light Rail Stops at The Fairgrounds
• Special Motorcycle Parking
• Join us for Baltimore County’s Biggest Party!
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Book Thing Benefit Ghost Tour in Mt Vernon, Baltimore
8PM – 9PM
The Belvedere, Baltimore
1 E Chase St, Baltimore
As many of you know, The Book Thing ( in Baltimore city suffered a devastating fire on Wednesday March 2nd, 2016, and has not yet reopened. Please join us on a tour in Baltimore’s Mt Vernon neighborhood (normally only available in October) to raise money to rebuild The Book Thing! All proceeds from this tour will go directly to The Book Thing. This tour will depart from the sidewalk outside The Belvedere at 1 Chase St in Baltimore.
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Sunday, July 31

GINO & the GOONS at Ottobar Upstairs:: 7/31
1PM – 4PM
Industry Night Sundays Upstairs at Ottobar
2549 N Howard St, Baltimore
Gino & the Goons!

Cocktails and a Cursed Child
9:30PM – 2AM
Bookmakers Cocktail Club
31 E Cross St, Baltimore
As any Potterhead already knows, the next installment in the Harry Potter series will be coming to shelves on the last day of July. Shaun Stewart (Gunther & Co) and myself will be hosting a book release party at Bookmakers Cocktail Club. The Book Escape has teamed up with us and will be selling copies of The Cursed Child on premise. There will be wands, potions, plenty of mischief, and of course butter beer.

Fluid Movement Presents: Science Fair! The Druid Hill Shows!
5PM – 7PM
Druid Hill Park Pool
800 Wyman Park Dr, Baltimore
Join Fluid Movement for our opening weekend of shows, at Druid Hill Park Pool:
Science Fair! The Water Ballet [Hypothesis: It’s Gonna Be Awesome!]
This summer our annual water ballet celebrates science and the distinctive culture of school-based competitions: trifold posters, last-minute research, and exacting judges. We will swim through scenes devoted to space, environment, energy, chemistry, and more.
Buy Tickets Here

Industry Night
9PM – 12AM
Fleet Street Kitchen
1012 Fleet St, Baltimore
Come one, come all! Join us on Sunday, July 31st for Industry Night to celebrate the end of Restaurant Week! From 9pm-12am we’ll be offering complimentary bites, happy hour pricing, and good old fashioned fun!

Gentle Yoga & Acupuncture Under the New Moon with sweet dulcimer music
3PM – 5PM
Baltimore Yoga Village (Hampden)
3000 Chestnut Ave, Baltimore
Please join Martha Rogers,founder of Full Moon Acupuncture, on Sunday, July 31st, for a beautiful, communal practice of Gentle Yoga followed by a deeply restorative acupuncture treatment. Give yourself the gift of renewal in a safe & sacred space.  For thousands of years humans have looked to the moon for inspiration, healing & practical agrarian wisdom. Whether we are conscious of it or not these lunar rhythms still live in our DNA. Tuning into these ancient cycles bestows healing, insight & understanding. No prior yoga experience is necessary.
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– Lindsey

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