Things to do in Baltimore this week 3/6/17

There is something for everyone this week in Baltimore.  We have stand-up, theater, every kind of music genre show, food, drinking, and fundraisers.  You only have yourself to blame if you are bored in Baltimore.  I’m a member of the Single Carrot Theatre so I’ll be busy trying to catch the FOUR different plays they are putting on this month.  The first week of my restaurant fast wasn’t too bad.  We had one last lazy hurrah on Tuesday and ordered KFC.  Now every time I see the Georgia Gold commercials I start to salivate.  Please go eat some delicious food for me this week!

Monday, March 6

Downtown Boys w/ Sneaks, Snail Mail, Joe Biden & DJ BC
8PM – 1AM
2549 N Howard St, Baltimore
Unregistered Nurse Booking presents….
Downtown Boys (Providence, RI)
Sneaks (Merge Records
Snail Mail
Joe Biden – band
+ DJ Brandon Carlo
$10 adv., $12 DOS Buy Tickets Here

Dark Humor: Panel Discussion and Comedy Show
7PM – 10PM
The Motor House
120 W North Ave, Baltimore
“Dark Humor” is a groundbreaking new exhibition featuring work from Motor House resident artist, Joyce Scott and painter, Peter Williams. Williams and Joyce J. Scott are deft in their use of humor, comedy and satire to address critical issues of social justice. The exhibition is currently on display at the Towson University Center for the Arts Gallery until April 1, 2017. Host Ivan Martin will be joined by the hilarious Pierre Bennu of Exit The Apple as guest host. They will welcome to the stage renowned Baltimore artists Joyce Scott, Peter Williams and educator Natasha Escobar of The Intersection and Teach for America. Artists and comedians will exchange ideas, attitudes, revelations and challenges as it relates to the use of humor in the diverse forms of comedic expression. Audience members are encouraged to participate and ask questions! After the panel discussion, everyone is encouraged to stay and enjoy a comedy showcase and happy hour.

Teavolve’s Open Mic w Teporah Bilezikian
7PM – 10PM
Teavolve Cafe & Lounge
1401 Aliceanna St, Baltimore
The Teavolve Open Mic’s been running for about 10 years in Harbor East, Baltimore – signup from 6-7, performances from 7-10pm – “family friendly”, 2 pieces / 10 minutes whichever’s shorter, no amps or drumkits. Every week we’re joined by a special featured artist in the middle of the night – and though the admission’s free, we hope you’ll bring something for their tip jar! Tonight we’re joined by Teporah Bilezikian. Nursed on spirituals, jazz, folk, and and formally trained in classical music and composition at Peabody and Oberlin conservatory, Teporah has a unique style; a cross between Laura Nyro and Eric Sati. A sultry, soulful vocal style intertwines with piano playing reminiscent of Debussy.

Lilith Fair Karaoke!
7PM – 12AM
Golden West Cafe
1105 W 36th St, Baltimore
Break out your platform wedges and flannels (who are we kidding, we’re still wearing these everyday) as we relive the 90s for our Lilith Fair Karaoke Night, benefiting Planned Parenthood! Starting at 7pm, enjoy a selection of specialty drinks at the bar to benefit PPT, and stick around for Karaoke starting at 10pm, hosted by the one and only Patrick Storck!

PubQuizzing with Charm City Trivia
7:30PM – 9:30PM
Penny Black
1800 Thames St, Baltimore
Are you and your friends the smartest team around? Then get down to Charm City Trivia, Monday, 7:30pm @ Penny Black, Fells Point. Strain your brains over six rounds of questions for your chance to win some prizes and free shots. Obviously the team with the highest score shall walk away victorious with their prize, secure in the knowledge that they have indeed collected more bits of useless trivia than the rest of us mere mortals.

Moonlight Monday With Barr Hill!
10PM – 1AM
641 S Montford Ave, Baltimore
Join Verde and Barr Hill for an exclusive Gin cocktail tasting and educational seminar focusing on the nuances of this this amazing product! We will be featuring a cocktail menu highlighting the versatility of Barr Hill in classic cocktails as well as some crafted just for this event! We will be offering ½ priced pizzas until 1am. $5 Barr Hill Cocktails, $5 Beer, $5 Wines. Please RSVP to secure your spot.

Tuesday, March 7

Papi’s Three Years Anniversario
11AM – 1AM
1703 Aliceanna St, Baltimore
Celebrate our 3 year anniversary with us!
Happy Hour drinks + specials all day long!
$4 House Margarita’s, $3 Drafts, $4 Red & White Sangrias, $3 Corralejo Blanco, $5 Corralejo Anejo


Crocodiles & AJ Davila w/ PLRLS at Metro Gallery
8PM – 12AM
Metro Gallery
1700 N Charles St, Baltimore
Crocodiles (Band) & AJ Davila y Terror Amor with PLRLS. Come in early! Happy hour from 8-9pm, $3 rail drinks and $1 off all domestics! 18+ // $12 Buy Tickets Here

Outer Spaces,Erin Tobey,Middle Children,Viking Moses at Windup
8PM – 12AM
The Windup Space
12 W North Ave, Baltimore
Outer Spaces: Baltimore rock and roll music
Viking Moses: Local legend Brendon Massei and friends. Catch them before they head out on an international tour.
Erin Tobey (Bloomington, IN): Erin’s latest record Middle Maze came out last year on Let’s Pretend Records.
Middle Children (Bloomngton, IN): New project lead by Patrick Jennings (Hot New Mexicans)

4:30PM – 9:30PM
The Motor House
120 West North Avenue, Baltimore
BROADWAY LIVE at the Motor House with CJay. Also featuring Carol Westcott on piano and vocals. Open mic, Bway Trivia, Dancing, Games, and Sing Along Songs. RSVP to premier in this MONTHLY Showcase of Baltimore’s Brightest Broadway Bound. Baltimore’s NEW night out for Broadway Lovers, Geeks, and Hopefuls. Get your tickets today to enjoy the best of Broadway!
Matinee 4:30PM-6:30PM Ages 7 to 17yrs. Advance Tickets $6. At Door $8
Show Time 7PM-9:30PM Ages 18 yrs and older. Advance Tickets $10. At Door $15
Interested in performing or have a question? Email
– RSVP with your show, song, and key
– Bring your own sheet music. We will NOT be printing music
– Arrive 30 minutes before (4PM for Matinee; 6:30PM for Show Time)
– Solos, duets, or group songs welcome
– Song selections 3 mins or less or rock the 16 bar speed round
Buy Tickets Here

City Civics 101
6PM – 8PM
Impact Hub Baltimore
10 East North Avenue, Baltimore
How does city government function? How do we move from ideas to action? What tools and tactics are most effective for making change at the city level? City Civics 101 attempts to answer all of these important questions in one action-packed evening. Come learn about how city government and processes function from a City Council member and experienced Baltimore organizers– at the issue, neighborhood, and city levels. Join us for a panel discussion moderated by journalist Roberto Alejandro, PhD, JD, and creator and publisher of Stay Up News.
Register For Free Here

Team Trivia at Brannan’s Pub 7p (w/DJ Bones)
7PM – 9PM
Brannan’s Pub
5516 Harford Rd, Baltimore
DJ Bones will be hosting team trivia on the FIRST Tuesday of every month at Brannan’s Pub. Come on out at 7pm and try to win yourself a $25 gift card!

Crochet Club! (All levels welcome)
7PM – 8PM
Creative Labs
1786 B Union Ave, Baltimore
Learn anything from the basics to advanced skills of crochet! Already know how to crochet? Just come and join in on the party 🙂 We are trying to form a community of artists from all over that are passionate and love to share their love of their craft. Please come join us for crochet club to be supported and inspired by your fellow textile freaks! $10 to public; free for all Art Monkey members. PLEASE register (just say ‘going’) as low attendance will cancel the class.

Poet Praise
7PM – 9PM
Breaking Bread Page
771 Washington Blvd, Baltimore
Open Mic, Poetry, Nightlife. With hosts #SuchIzLyFe #MissSixx #ConsciousEye & #RAWHuné

Wednesday, March 8

Vita And The Woolf w/ Gracie and Rachel and Frenemies
7PM – 11PM
Metro Gallery
1700 N Charles St, Baltimore
Vita and the Woolf
Gracie and Rachel
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PBR March Residency Week 2 w/ The Lawsuits and To the Moon
8PM – 1:30AM
The 8×10
10 E Cross St, Baltimore
People’s Blues of Richmond will be rocking the first four Wednesdays in March with The Lawsuits and To The Moon.
People’s Blues of Richmond
The Lawsuits
To The Moon
Buy Tickets Here

BARRE at the BAR Class – INLINE at Southern Provisions
6:30PM – 9PM
Southern Provisions
3000 O’Donnell Street, Baltimore
Join INLINE Group Fitness for a FREE Barre class at one of Canton Square’s favorite bars, Southern Provisions! Class will start at 6:30- Bring your mat, grab your friends, take class and stay after for Southern Proivisions’ amazing drink and food specials-have you tried their brussel sprouts? They’re amazing!

Emmet Cohen Trio
8PM – 10PM
An die Musik
409 N Charles St, Baltimore
Multifaceted American jazz pianist and composer Emmet Cohen is one of his generation’s pivotal artistic figures. Downbeat praised the “nimble touch, measured stride and warm harmonic vocabulary” he employs to communicate with other musicians and audiences at what he terms “the deepest level of humanity and individuality.” Cohen plays with the command and passion of an artist fully devoted to his medium. Leader of the “Emmet Cohen Trio,” Cohen presents jazz performance lectures through the YoungArts Foundation and Lincoln Center’s “Jazz for Young People” program.

Waggie’s Farm!
5:30PM – 9PM
Maggie’s Farm
4341 Harford Rd, Baltimore
Waggie’s Farm (nope, not a typo) is a beautiful, philanthropic union between Maggie’s Farm & Mutt Mart ♥ Maggie’s Farm will donate a portion of proceeds from all patrons who present this flyer to The Buddy Foundation of Maryland on Wednesday March 8th. Maggie’s Farm + helping animals = Waggie’s Farm.


Rock Em Sock Em Open Mic Comedy Night
6PM – 12AM
Venice Tavern
339 S Conkling St, Baltimore
Comedy Night! Food starts at 6:00pm, comedy starts at 9:00pm. No cover charge – $3 craft drafts and eats by Chef Dan of RoofTop HoT. Everyone who signs up to tell some jokes gets half-off food. Hosted by Mike Smith and Chris Colletti.

Diablo Doughnuts And GB Craft Beer
5PM – 7PM
Gordon Biersch Baltimore
1000 Lancaster St, Baltimore
Mark your calendars! Roslan from Diablo Doughnuts will be creating a selection of beer-inspired doughnuts to pair with our cold craft brews. $8 for a flight of four.

Master Storytellers: Music with Caleb Stine
7:30PM – 9PM
Bird in Hand Charles Village
11 E 33rd Street, Baltimore
Caleb Stine is a singer/songwriter from Baltimore whose timeless style and personal lyrics have stamped him as the cornerstone of the Baltimore folk scene. Much like his Baltimore home, Stine keeps his music honest, hardworking and unafraid to tell it like it is. To date, Stine has released nine albums, scored music for films, acted Off-Broadway and traveled the country singing his songs.

PubQuizzing with Charm City Trivia
7PM – ?
Water Street Tavern Baltimore
102 Water Street, Baltimore
Are you and your friends the smartest team around? Then get down to Charm City Trivia, Wednesday, 7pm @ Water Street Tavern. Strain your brains over six rounds of questions for your chance to win some prizes and free shots. Obviously the team with the highest score shall walk away victorious with their prize, secure in the knowledge that they have indeed collected more bits of useless trivia than the rest of us mere mortals.

Contra & Square Dancing | Ann Fallon w/ Rhapsody
7:30PM – 10:30PM
Baltimore Folk Music Society – BFMS
2200 St Paul st, Baltimore
Ann Fallon calls to Rhapsody: Alexander Mitchell (fiddle), Marty Taylor (whistles, concertina), Ralph Gordon (bass), and Dave Wiesler (piano, guitar). The Baltimore Folk Music Society presents American Contra and Square Dancing at 8:00 p.m. every Wednesday at Lovely Lane United Methodist Church. Admission is $9 for members, $13 for nonmembers. Under 21 and full-time students with IDs: $4 members, $6 non-members. Free workshops introducing basic contra dance figures take place on the second and fourth Wednesday of each month at 7:30p.m. Beginners are encouraged to attend. All dances are taught and walked through beforehand. Music and dance styles include New England, Southern Appalachian, and Celtic styles. Nationally-known musicians and callers appear regularly. These dances are sponsored in part by a grant from the Maryland State Arts Council.

Big Barrel Wednesdays!
4PM – 7PM
Leinenkugel’s Beer Garden
34 Market Pl at Power Plant Live!, Baltimore
Join us Wednesday, March 8th, from 4pm – 7pm and enjoy our drink specials!
$3 Miller Lite & Coors Light drafts, $4 Leinenkugel drafts, $5 Blue Moon drafts
Enjoy your first 16 oz beer from the keg FREE on us!! Stop in after work and celebrate Big Barrel Wednesdays with us at Leinenkugel’s Beer Garden!!

Thursday, March 9

Generation Startup at R. House
5:30PM – 10PM
R. House
301 W 29th St, Baltimore
Hey Baltimore, we’re thrilled to invite you to the first screening of Generation Startup in Charm City!  Come to the Garage @ R. House on March 9th to be among the first to watch Generation Startup in Baltimore with Venture For America Fellows, Alumni, Company Partners, and other supporters. Come for the film, stay for the food!
Pre-Screening Happy Hour | 5:30PM. Film Begins | 6:30PM
About the film: Generation Startup is an independent documentary co-directed by Academy Award Winner Cynthia Wade and award winning filmmaker, Cheryl Miller Houser, that tells the story of six Venture for America Fellows who put everything on the line to build startups in Detroit. Shot over 17 months, the film follows VFA Fellows as they learn to fail and redefine success along the way.

Reagan Cats, A Deer A Horse, Surfbored, Medicine Man
9PM – 1AM
The Sidebar
218 E Lexington St, Baltimore
Reagan Cats:
A Deer A Horse:
Surf Bored:
Medicine Man:

Friends Records Touring Showcase:: Ottobar, Baltimore
8PM – 1AM
2549 N Howard St, Baltimore
Friends Records Touring Showcase live in Bmore!!!
Bond St. District (Baltimore, MD)
Jenny Besetzt (Raleigh, NC)
Blacksage (Baltimore, MD)
Hotline (Raleigh, NC)
Doors at 8pm, Show at 9pm ALL AGES $10 adv./ $12 dos
Buy Tickets Here

Second Stoop: Friends and Frenemies
7PM – 9PM
The Windup Space
12 W North Ave, Baltimore
Second Stoop: Friends and Frenemies. This open-mic Stoop show features 3-minute true, personal tales about our most intimate comrades — and their unique and powerful ability to support or destroy. Come prepared to tell a tale of bro-dom, sisterhood, back-stabbing, or single-white-female-stalking. Or come to listen!

Artist as Culture Producer: Sharon Louden, William Powhida, and Cara Ober
6:30PM – 9:30PM
The Motor House
120 West North Avenue, Baltimore
Artists as Culture Producers: Sharon Louden, William Powhida, and Cara Ober in Conversation. Join us  with NY-based artist and author Sharon Louden. After the international success of Living and Sustaining a Creative Life: Essays by 40 Working Artists, Louden returns to Baltimore with NY-based artist William Powhida to discuss her newest book Artist as Culture Producer. The informal discussion will focus on Culture Producer’s concept: the value of artists who promote the work of other artists. The talk will include BmoreArt’s Cara Ober, one of the 40 featured artists in the book. This lecture is free and will be followed by a reception at Motor House for guests. There are 150 seats available, so reserve yours today!

Ms. Sara at Corner Bar
9PM – 12AM
Corner Restaurant and Charcuterie Bar
850 W 36th St, Baltimore
Ms. Sara live at the Corner Bar! This Thursday we’ll be movin’ and shakin’ for the three whole sets so come on out for drink specials, no cover, and a jammin good time!

SOOHAN Archetapes Album Release Party
8PM – 12AM
The 8×10
10 E Cross St, Baltimore
SOOHAN is back with his 4th full length Album “ARCHETAPES”. Come here it for the first time in the world before anyone else! EARLY SHOW – ENDS AT MIDNIGHT.
Buy Tickets Here

Rozamov, HUSH, Serpents of Secrecy
8PM – 11PM
TheDepot Baltimore
1728 N Charles St, Baltimore
ROZAMOV, HUSH., & Serpents of Secrecy. Worlds collide at The Depot. Get low with us. $10 cash or credit.

Captain Lawrence’s Barrel Select Intro To Sours
5PM – 8PM
World of Beer – Baltimore
1724 Whetstone Way, Baltimore
Join us March 9th at 5pm for a night with Captain Lawrence Brewing Company as we showcase their Barrel Select Sours, Gold, Green, and Black. Our good friend Brendan from Captain Lawrence will be here to provide beginner Sour education and food pairing suggestions. This will be a night you will not want to miss out on!

How To Vegan: Proven Potluck & Party Recipes for All Tastes
7PM – 9PM
Zeke’s Coffee
4607 Harford Rd, Baltimore
Stumped when you need party food to satisfy vegans, carnivores, and everyone in between?  Join us for our next free installment of How To Vegan where we will discuss dishes for potlucks, parties, and other events that will please vegans and non-vegans alike. Bring an appetite, as we will be serving up some of our easy-to-make potluck favorites for you to sample. Some are veganized takes on traditional recipes and others are classic potluck dishes you may not realize are already vegan. We’ll send you off with recipes for what we sample and more, so you’ll be ready to host your own event or wow your colleagues at your next office party. In addition to food sampling, we’ll cover sneaky animal ingredients to avoid when entertaining vegans, common allergen concerns, and tips for drawing unsuspecting omnivores to the delicious dark side of veggie life.  Come one, come all, and come hungry—and if you’d like, bring a vegan potluck recipe to share!

Amplified Cactus iv
8PM – 10PM
Spirits of Mt Vernon
900 N Charles St, Baltimore
Amplified Cactus iv: why am I attracted to stimulation that destabilizes me? Featuring musical performances by Aaron Thacker and Brooks Long, painting by Nathanael Absher, story telling by Maya Alexandri, poetry readings by Edward Doyle-Gillespie and Stephen Zerance, literary reading by Kate Wyer, kusudamas by Katie Feild, and more!

Oak Hill Education Center Benefit w/ Amythsx , Bounge, Amy Reid
9PM – 1AM
The Crown
1910 N Charles St, Baltimore
Fundraiser event for Oak Hill Education Center dedicated to being a school for learning, researching, sharing, and exploring creative strategies and tools for transformative social movement building. We develop and identify organizers, educators, and artists committed to economic and social justice.
Featuring: Amy Reid (solo performance), Chase (dj), Bounge (performance), and Amythsx (dj)

Vibe Happy Hour
6PM – 11PM
Cookers Music Bistro
885 N. Howard St., Baltimore
MPS Global Collective Presents… “Vibe” a global music and art networking experience. This FREE Happy Hour introduces Cooker’s Music Bistro. Food and Drink (2 4 1) Specials. Hosted by Muffey-Marcia. Muzik by DJ Zik Jabar

Bmore BeatClub 30 ft. DJ FLEG
7PM – 11PM
Maryland Art Place
218 W Saratoga St, Baltimore
For our 30th Bmore BeatClub Lineup Room Recording Studio is partnering with, Maryland Art Place, DJ MooseJaw & Bmore Strong Merchandising. Producers Bring Beats (On Your Phone) & Artists Bring Bars. Be ready to rap on ANY BEAT!!! If you want to play some beats or spit come EARLY to sign up!! $5 . As usual THE EZE JACKSON will be your host BUT THIS MONTH DJ FLEG will be holding down the turntables. This month’s features are DJ FLEG, ARCADE DROYD, ROCBOY & THE SWIFF.

Barcs benefit show
7PM – 11PM
401 N Howard St, Baltimore
The Constellation and Artists Compound are hosting a Barcs benefit show! A live concert with performances by various local hip-hop/rap acts including: nckfrmptn, Shine, Guy Grams, Furred T, Joel X / Wolf., Drewskii Doe, and Von Tha Don. 100% of proceeds from admission ($10 at the door) will go to Barcs as a donation. we look forward to seeing all of your friendly faces and helping as many animals as we can.

Peabody Nu Jazz Combo
7PM – 9PM
Trinacria Ristorante & Bar
111 W Centre St, Baltimore
We continue our Thursday Night Jazz Series with The Peabody Nu Jazz Combo. Come in and enjoy an extended Happy Hour and $5 Wings all night. NO COVER!!!!

West Baltimore Stories Artists’ Reception
6PM – 8PM
Full Circle Fine Art Services
33 E 21st St, Baltimore
On display is the work of students from the Excel Academy at Francis M. Wood High School. These young adults were challenged to focus their lenses on West Baltimore and give an account of the faces that they encounter daily. Equipped with point and shoot cameras, a single camcorder and multiple iPhones, these young visionaries give voice to a marginalized populace.

Rhone Valley Wines
6PM – 8PM
Bin 604
604 South Exeter Street, Baltimore
The Rhone Valley is a warm region in southern France that produces some truly spectacular wines. We will focus our attention on the different appellations of the northern and southern Rhone, tasting a variety of whites and reds, such as Cotes-du-Rhone, Chateauneuf-du-Pape and more! Tickets are $29

March 9 – March 30, 2017
Single Carrot Theatre
2600 N Howard St, Baltimore
Buy Tickets Here


Friday, March 10

Heat w/ Navy Gangs and The Poise 3/10 at Windup
7PM – 12AM
The Windup Space
12 W North Ave, Baltimore
Heat (Montreal, Topshelf Records)
Navy Gangs
The Poise

All About The Benjamins Dance Party! w/ DJ Mills
9PM – 2AM
2549 N Howard St, Baltimore
2nd Thursday of every month…DJ Mills presents a different themed dance party! This month…”ALL ABOUT THE BENJAMINS” DJ Mills celebrates the life of Notorious B.I.G and Bad Boy Records! Classic 90s Hip Hop and R&B classics (Lil Kim, Mariah, Mary J, Jay Z, Missy and more) all night!!

Bmore Songstresses
8PM – 11PM
Creative Alliance
3134 Eastern Ave, Baltimore
w/ Letitia VanSant (leh-tih-sha) J Pope Anne Hambleton Watts QueenEarth
Four astounding vocalists come together for a night of musical surprises.
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HeadStash Radio Live at Union Craft Brewing
6PM – 10PM
UNION Craft Brewing
1700 Union Ave, Ste D, Baltimore
Tasty Nuggets and Joy Nuggets together again! For those that attended our last event at Union you know what to expect. For curious noobs HeadStash Radio is an online radio show and archive of live Grateful Dead and Phish mixed together to create a seamless show experience as if both bands shared the stage at the same time and alternated tunes.

Delicate Steve w/ Eric Slick (Dr. Dog) and Soul Cannon
8PM – 12AM
Metro Gallery
1700 N Charles St, Baltimore
Delicate Steve
Eric Slick (Dr. Dog)
Soul Cannon
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The Get Smart/Caz Gardiner/Dentist Band
9PM – ?
Joe Squared
33 W North Ave, Baltimore
Show starts at 9pm, $5

Club Orbit
8PM – 10:30PM
Zissimos Bar
1023 W 36th St, Baltimore
Acts: Moonbot, Laffrican Americans, Baby Fishmouth, David Thornhill,Allan Sidley, Tok Moffat. Host: Tok Moffat
The countdown begins! Prepare from some out-of-this-world comedy every second Friday…hosted by house team Moonbot! First, we’ll blast off with standup from host Tok Moffat and DC comics Allan Sidley and Dave Thornhill, then start the improv with Baby Fishmouth. After the break, we’re soaring with a set from DC’s Laffrican Americans, then ascending into the reaches of outer space with house team Moonbot! $5 cash at the door, or online up until 7:30 PM the day of the show. This show is presented by Charm City Comedy Project upstairs at Zissimos Bar.

Forno’s 3rd Anniversary!
4PM – 11PM
Forno Baltimore
17 N Eutaw St, Baltimore
Join us on March 10th at the bar and patio to celebrate three great years on Eutaw Street. We’ll have complimentary hors d’oeuvres, pizza made with spent grains from UNION Craft Brewing, A cask of custom Union beer, cheap drinks, raffles and more! Bring your friends and neighbors! For more details, visit

Emo Nite Bawltimore
9PM – 2AM
Emo Nite Bawltimore
2549 N Howard st., Baltimore
Where is your boy tonight? Put on that 10 year old t-shirt, brush up on all your favorite emo lyrics and come down down to ottobar March 10th for Emo Nite. We have had surprises before and this month is going to be no different.  GET YOUR TICKET EARLY this will sell out. You dont want to miss hands down the best day you can ever remember.
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Best Friends Band & Hall Williams Band!
8PM – 12AM
The Basement at Ryleigh’s in Mt Vernon
1225 Cathedral Street, Baltimore
Two great bands one awesome night! Best Friends Band = =Made up of two beloved Baltimore musicians , Rachel Anne Warren & Steve Herrara; and they have one goal, to make you dance. Hall Wiliams Band = = Blues, Funk, Soul, Classics, this band covers them all. If you’re looking for a good time, you’ve found it.

Better Off Dead Live with Mountain Ride
8PM – 1:30AM
The 8×10
10 E Cross St, Baltimore
Trucking on into Baltimore once again to our favorite venue – The 8×10 for a GRATE night of Dead and Jerry Band tunes!! And we are beyond excited to be joined by Mountain Ride, who is bursting onto the local and national bluegrass scene!!! Can’t wait!!
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Justice League Dark Party
7PM – 12AM
1400 Warner St, Baltimore
Watch the new DC Animated flick Justice League Dark on a large projection screen with some of your favorite fellow nerds! FREE POPCORN during the film. Wear your COSPLAY or nerdastic apparel and get ready for the after party! Movie at 8pm Sharp.
* Superhero Karaoke
* Play Video Games on a large projection screen
* Classic Arcade Games
* Pool
* Skeeball, Foosball, Beer Pong & more!
* Every Attendee gets a 20% Coupon for THIRD EYE COMICS!
ALL AGES! $10 Adv. / $12 at Door
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Sound Immersion with Patricia Norton
7PM – 8:30PM
Baltimore Yoga Village
6080 Falls Rd, Baltimore
Totally supported in comfort on the floor, bring your awareness inward and fall into a deep relaxing state. A sonic environment is created using a variety of instruments including quartz crystal bowls, Himalayan bowls, gong and rain stick, along with mantra, vocal toning and chant. Every sound journey is different as it is essentially an intuitive process requiring deep sensitivity as to what is needed and the choice of sounds used. The instruments are played around you and sometimes on you, so you can feel the vibrations of the instruments. The constant sound incites a deep relaxation and letting go of density that may be held in the physical body. $30 Workshop.
Sign Up Here

KNEE PLAY | Dad Jokes by Emily Hall
The Annex Theater
219 Park Ave, Baltimore
Following Jake Budenz’s Simaeatha, Emily Hall’s DAD JOKES is the second Knee Play of the Annex Theater season. Since 2013, Annex Theater has commissioned a yearly series of short-run, solo-driven performance pieces showcasing Annex Theater company artists and favorite regular collaborators. The Knee Play series champions works of personal artistic exploration and high-risk experimentation in a supportive environment. Previous artists featured include Trevor Wilhelms, Cricket Arrison, Dionna Fletcher, and Mason Ross. This season features: Jake Budenz, Emily Hall, Evan Moritz, and Lucia Treasure.
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Robin Bullock’s Annual St. Patrick’s Day Celebration 2 sets!
8PM – 11PM
An die Musik
409 N Charles St, Baltimore
Hailed as a “Celtic guitar god” by Baltimore City Paper, Robin Bullock is a prolific composer and virtuoso multi- instrumentalist interpreting the ancient melodies of the Celtic lands and their vigorous Appalachian descendants on acoustic guitar, cittern and mandolin.  The 17th-century harp tunes of legendary Irish bard Turlough O’Carolan, the spirited jigs and reels of rural Ireland, the haunting ballads of southern Appalachia and evocative original compositions all find a common ground in Robin’s music, where lightning-fast fingerwork one moment is perfectly balanced with tender, quiet intimacy the next..Tickets: $17 in advance/$20 at door/$10 full-time students with ID

Old School HIP HOP at RHG
10:30PM – 1:30AM
The Rowhouse Grille
1400 Light St, Baltimore
DJ Noteman spins Old School Hip Hop classics every second Friday of the month! Don’t miss out!

The Living Room Social
7PM – 11PM
Club 1101
1101 Fillmore St, Baltimore
The Living Room Social is a platform for artist and art lovers to come “Home” to enjoy art, music, people & vibrations. While we provide love language, positive energy & soul, for you and the community… In no place better than our living room… Now come on home… To the Living Room Social Come join us!
Feature a performer: Johnny Culver
Spotlight: Cierra Lionne
Spotlight: Da’Raious
$5 early bird. $10 general admission.

Saturday, March 11

Dog Wash
9AM – 1PM
dogma – life, with your pet
Canton Dogma: 3600 Boston St, Baltimore, MD 21224
Federal Hill Dogma: 1719 Whetstone Way, Baltimore, MD 21230
Mount Washington Dogma: 1340 Smith Ave # B, Baltimore, MD 21209
Join us at all three Dogma locations on Saturday, March 11 for a DIY Dog Wash!
Each wash is $15 and 100% of the proceeds will be donated to the Maryland SPCA. You will be responsible for washing your own pet. We will have volunteers on-site to help with collecting donations and handing-out towels. Our Off-site Adoption team will be at the Canton location with available pets!


Bend & Brew Baltimore!
10AM – 11AM
Peabody Heights Brewery, LLC
401 E 30th St, Baltimore
Real Flexi and Peabody Heights Brewery are teaming up to create your FAVORITE SATURDAY MORNING…. YOGA and BEER! Join us at Peabody Heights Brewery for a FUN all- levels Vinyasa class let by local favorite, Ali Blais. Class begins at 10am and doors open at 9:45am.
Buy Tickets Here

B Scene Brewery Tour
10:30AM – 4:30PM
Canton Waterfront Park
3001 Boston St, Baltimore
Join other Baltimore locals for a fun-filled day of brewery hopping! Each $75 b Scene Brewery Tour ticket includes bagels and fruit, bottomless mimosas and beer on the bus, one full beer of your choice at each brewery, lunch, bottled water, and r/t travel on a motor coach. Buses will depart Canton Waterfront Park at 10:30am and return at 4:30pm. Breweries include Diamondback Brewing, Key Brewing, and Oliver Brewing. All tickets are inclusive of tax, gratuity and fees. Beer tastings, additional beers, and growlers are extra. There are 50 tickets available per tour and will be first come, first serve. Buy Tickets Here

Charm City Comedy Project Open Auditions
12PM – 3PM
Charm City Comedy Project
1023 W 36th St, Baltimore
We invite you to our open auditions to be a part of the Charm City Comedy Project improv family! These are improv auditions only. CCCP is happy to announce our sixth set of open improv auditions! We’re looking for new members who could potentially be assigned to CCCP house teams Banana Phone, Moonbot, or Silversmith. PLUS we will be casting for a *new house troupe.* In addition, if there is a need, we will bring back our popular Accelerator Program, where beginners will train with a group of others as a starter troupe.
This audition is open to anyone *of any experience level* who has interest in performing improv – if you’ve taken improv classes and/or workshops, or performed in any capacity as an improviser, actor, standup comic, storyteller, or performance artist. The Project is an all-comedy organization that values all facets of performance, and we’re looking for all types of talent to add to our community. You can hold your slot by emailing to let us know which slot you would prefer!

Ladies Champagne Brunch
12PM – 3PM
The Chasseur
3328 Foster Ave, Baltimore
Our Ladies Only Champagne Brunch is back! Mark your calendars, tell your friends and be prepared for an afternoon of bubbles, baubles, and relaxation! This 5-course, champagne-paired brunch is our favorite event, and judging by feedback from previous attendees, it’s yours too! On top of the delicious food, drink, and fabulous company, we’re also putting together some stellar door prizes and raffles for you too! Not to mention, Christine from Stella & Dot, Jotina from Lancôme and Daniellefrom Thirty-One Gifts will be on hand too if you like baubles, bags and beauty with your brunch!
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Baltimore’s 19th Annual Federal Hill Irish Stroll
1PM – 9PM
Mother’s Grille Federal Hill (register)
1113 S Charles St, Baltimore
Inviting Baltimore to get lucky Saturday March 11th, Lindy Promotions and the Federal Hill Hospitality Association is proud to present the 19th Annual Federal Hill Irish Stroll! With drink specials on golden brews and blarney booze like: $3 Miller Lite, $4 Blue Moon, and $4 Summer Shandy and more! So put on your green hues and join us for some shamrock shenanigans at Federal Hill’s top bars, pubs, taverns and saloons!
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Weekend Walk-In: Food O Rama
1PM – 4PM
American Visionary Art Museum
800 Key Hwy, Baltimore
Cost: $5 per participant (museum admission not included) • All ages welcome (under 16 must be accompanied by an adult) • Location: 2nd floor Classroom of AVAM’s Jim Rouse Visionary Center. Join us for a hands-on, drop-in, art-making workshop once a month in the AVAM classroom! Our Education staff will help you explore new creative territory and make a project inspired by one of our beloved visionary artists. Supplies and boundless inspiration provided!

Binology 101: The Basics of Wine Tasting
2PM – 3:30PM
Bin 604
604 South Exeter Street, Baltimore
We look at the typical characteristics of popular grape varietals and explain the terminology and techniques of wine tasting and learn how to recognize the subtle and subjective flavors of wine.  Tickets are $29.
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Junhong Kuang, guitar
3PM – 5PM
The Baltimore Museum of Art
10 Art Museum Dr, Baltimore
Enjoy an afternoon of world-class art and music-making! Junhong Kuang, winner of the 2016 Yale Gordon Concerto Competition, and one of The Peabody Conservatory’s top talents, will dazzle with a vibrant display of artistry and virtuosity.

Alfonso Fernandez & Rachel Rotenberg: Fathom exhibition opening
6PM – 8PM
Creative Alliance
3134 Eastern Ave, Baltimore
Creative Alliance resident artist Alfonso Fernandez and sculptor Rachel Rotenberg’s will explore the depths of contemporary abstraction in the new exhibition FATHOM: Identity in Abstraction. Each artist approaches abstraction from a distinct background, and their work hints at the story of their unique journeys and relationships. In their enveloping and iconic works, identity is both alluded to and allowed to remain a mystery. Whether conveying the journey of cultural assimilation with an eye towards contemporary Surrealism in Fernandez’s large scale paintings, or the muscle memories of intimate friendships in Rotenberg’s wooden constructs, each artist unites elegant shapes and forms with muted colors to share their lives in the form of metaphoric objects.
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March Puppet Slamwich
6:30PM – 11PM
ONE NIGHT! TWO SHOWS at 6:30pm and 9:30pm
Puppet Slamwich at Black Cherry Puppet Theater
1115 Hollins St, Baltimore
Our Puppet Slamwich series is back in full swing this March with an all star line up of performers! Join us for evening of puppetry and performance for grown-ups at Black Cherry Puppet Theater!
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Korean BBQ
6:30PM – 9:30PM
1005 North Charles Street, Baltimore
Although they‘ve been around for a long time, Korean BBQ joints are becoming more and more popular and we’ve become huge fans of this style of eating! Although Korean cuisine goes much further than just barbecue, we wanted to focus on this unique dining experience. Join us as we explore the Korean ‘Mother Sauces or Jangs, try to understand the pickling process of Kimchi, create a vast array of Banchans, or side dishes, make our own Ssamjang, the ubiquitous Korean Barbecue condiment and bring all this the table where we’ll grill Kalbi, marinated short ribs and a few other treats only to wrap them in lettuce and enjoy! $69.
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The Third Annual Swanktacular!
7PM – 11PM
Space 2640
2640 Saint Paul St, Baltimore
Join the Baltimore Rock Opera Society in our epic quest to find a Forever Home in Baltimore City! At this benefit party the BROS will join forces with one of the most exciting symphonic organizations in Baltimore: Occasional Symphony. The crown jewel of the evening will be a totally unique and collaborative performance from our very first rock opera, Gründlehämmer, featuring the original shadowplay! The program will also feature symphonic collaborations with BROS musicians.
Our silent auction this year features tons of amazing local items, as well as two “best-in-the house” tickets to Hamilton: An American Musical on Broadway on your choice of dates! Yes, you read that right.
Closing out the night is Sarah Sullivan and the New Old Fashioneds, bringing you the best classics of swing and jazz. We’ll have a delicious spread of gourmet foods provided by some of your favorite local restaurants including Birroteca, Blue Pit BBQ & Whiskey Bar, and The Food Market, accompanied by an equally titillating selection of local drinks byThe Brewer’s Art, Charm City Meadworks, UNION Craft Brewing, and Mobtown Fermentation. We invite you to dress in your your swankiest party threads!
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The Second Saturday S#!t Show – Free stand-up Comedy Night!
7PM – 9PM
2549 N Howard St, Baltimore
‘The Second Saturday S#!t Show’ comedy train keeps rolling through 2017! Free show! This month, Max Rosenblum returns to the Ottobar!
Rounding out the bill this evening: Kimberly AmbroseViolet GrayChris LawrenceValance MichaelArchie Jamieson. Hosted by Mike Quindlen

Not the Grammys | Terrault’s 2nd Juried Exhibition
7PM – 10PM
218 W. Saratoga St. 3rd Floor, Baltimore
Terrault is pleased to present NOT THE GRAMMYS, juried by Stephanie Barber, Mina Cheon, and Amy Sherals includes work from a selected group of eleven diverse artists. This exhibition gave an opportunity for artists from any range of experience, location, and mediums to participate and have their work considered. The selected works span from painting, photography, sculpture, and more.

Super Hero Beer Olympics 2017
7PM – 12AM
1400 Warner St, Baltimore
GAME is hosting their second annual BEER OLYMPICS! Join us Saturday March 11th at 7pm for the most OUTRAGEOUS drinking competition. This year we are switching it up! Each team will dress as there favorite SUPER HEROS! Every person that comes dressed as a super hero will get 1 free shot on the house! (Bartenders Choice) 6 teams will compete in a series of drinking events but only 1 team will win the ULTIMATE TROPHY! Teams will need 4-6 players to compete with 1 team captain to register. Each team DRINKS FOR FREE during the olympics. Register your teams to 2017 BEER OLYMPICS… WHO WILL CONQUER?!?

SHE, a benefit for PP
7PM – 11PM
Grand Voyager Rock and Art Gallery
3317 Keswick Rd, Baltimore
Escape Artists presents an art show in support of PP featuring artwork and musical, literary, interpretive, and interactive performances that honor and empower women and feminine beauty, strength and power. Join us for a night of amazing performances by Josie Baltimore, The Little Prince, Mongoloidian Glow and Holy Fingers. We will have poetry reading by Laurie Rollins Anderson and a reading by Shawna Potter, front person of feminist punk band War On Women. We will also be having live body painting and tarot card reading as well as vendors selling their art and wares and donating proceeds to PP. Help us defend women and their rights as you support local artists and musicians. $15 at the door

RMG // Cascading Elephants // Seesaw Offenders // Navigators
7:30PM – 12AM
2112 N Charles St, Baltimore
Ruined Mouth Gang
Cascading Elephants
Seesaw Offenders

Monster Comedy w/IMPROV JAM!
8PM – 10:30PM
Zissimos Bar
1023 W 36th St, Baltimore
Acts: Banana Phone, Bad Medicine, That Brütal Panel Show, Scott Seiss PLUS OPEN IMPROV JAM! Host: Scott Seiss. We’re planning one monster night at the Project! Join us for this epic monthly show with some of the best and biggest acts we can find. First, we’ll have some ground-shaking standup from host Scott Seiss, followed by a killer trivia panel show with Jesse Cumor and a horde of sketches from DC’s Bad Medicine. After the break, we’ll have a crushing set from house troupe Banana Phone, then get carried away by an open improv jam! Anyone can play! $5 cash only at the door, or online up until 7:30 the night of the show. This show is presented by Charm City Comedy Project upstairs at Zissimos Bar in Hampden.

8PM – 11:30PM
Christopher Schafer Clothier
1400 Aliceanna St, Baltimore
Please join us for the third annual PISCES party at CSC. We are excited to announce that this year we will have several bands playing shorter sets, plus an art auction. We will ask for a $20 donation (food & drinks included) with all proceeds going to Sharp Dressed Man. This is a show not to be missed, hope to see you there.
***BAND LINEUP*** Groovement, Shades of Grey, Hope for the Headache, and Black Ford Coupe

Joseph & The Beasts / Pocket Bells / Raindeer / Paris Monster
8PM – 12AM
Metro Gallery
1700 N Charles St, Baltimore
It’s finally here. Joseph & The Beasts have been working tediously for over a year recording and preparing their first full-length GOLD LIGHT, to be unleashed. Pocket Bells are also celebrating the release of their EP “Days & Nights” so we have a lot to celebrate! Join us for a spectacular night of fun, friends and music! Dynamic Duo paris_monster will be coming down from NYC to help kick off the evening. And our special guest is none other than Baltimore’s own Raindeer!!!
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It Was All a Dream, a Tribute to Biggie
8PM – 1AM
The Basement at Ryleigh’s in Mt Vernon
1225 Cathedral Street, Baltimore
The Bouncemaster hails from New York to celebrate the born day of one East Coasts most iconic hip hop legends, Biggie Smalls with 66 Raw’s Bside.Global Headphones 66 RAW – AC Edition

Depth Perception: Vibe Street, Evanoff, The Orcastrator & more
8PM – 1:40AM
The 8×10
10 E Cross St, Baltimore
Depth Perception is an exploration into the depths of electronic music in celebration of our diversity and roots as well as our vast future ahead.
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Strange Attractor // Chris Pumphrey // Bottled Up // Burnt Seeds
8:30PM – 1AM
The Crown
1910 N Charles St, Baltimore
Doors 8:30, Music 9:00. $8 at the door
Strange Attractor // Chris Pumphrey // Bottled Up // Burnt Seeds

Jazz Flutist Andrea Brachfeld Quartet
9PM – 11:30PM
An die Musik
409 N Charles St, Baltimore
Andrea Brachfeld, flutes
Bill O’Connell, piano
Harvie S, bass
Jason Tiemann, drums

Danny Burns Band
9PM – 1AM
Tír na nÓg Irish Bar and Grill, Baltimore
201 E Pratt St, Baltimore
Danny Burns Band the “new D.C favorite” who hails from Donegal, has new E.P “Human Heart” in the works.

Doug Stevenson & The Spades
9PM – 1AM
1919 Fleet St, Baltimore
Are you worried? Are you feeling anxious? Not sure what the new world order has in store for you? Well, all the flux and all the palaver don’t amount to a hill of beans in this crazy world, but if there’s one thing you can count on it’s Doug Stevenson & The Spades, 4/4 shuffles, dancing close and slow, and cold, cold beer.

REHAB 2nd Saturdays with SHE Productions
9PM – 3AM
Grand Central Nightclub
1001 N Charles St, Baltimore
Join us for REHAB 2nd Saturdays with S.H.E. Productions, Baltimore’s Largest LGBTQA party for the community and friends. We have a double power hour from 9-11 with $3 domestics and rails and $5 bombs all night.  Music by Vodkatrina. Disco and Loft.  Come party with us and make sure that you RSVP “going” for a chance to win free entry for you and a guest. See you OUT!

Celebration, Quattracenta, Snakes, Small Axe
9PM – 1AM
E.M.P. Collective
307 W Baltimore St, Baltimore
Small Axe

Gypsy Soul Party at Rye
10PM – 1AM
Rye Fells Point
1639 Thames St, Baltimore
Resistance is futile, this Turbo Folk! High energy dance music drawing on the tradition of Eastern European Czardas and Gypsy Swing, but widely influenced by jazz and blues. Under the direction of Slovak born and raised guitarist and singer Tomáš Drgoň this band delivers honest, authentic and entertaining mix of folklore, jazz and dance music suitable for everything from upscale clubs to dives, jazz festivals to mosh pits, arts receptions to underground galleries.

Version 1.5 with Trillnatured | Feat. Tropixxx
10PM – 3AM
The Crown
1910 N Charles St, Baltimore
This round of Version 1.5 features the amazing DJ collective out of D.C.,TROPIXXX! Y’all can look forward to bass-heavy club music all night. Can’t wait to light up The Crown once again–see you there!

Sunday, March 12

St. Patrick’s Parade Lunch Cruise
10AM – 1PM
Spirit of Baltimore
561 Light St, Baltimore
Kick off the St.Patrick’s Parade with a cruise! Departing from the Inner Harbor and continuing along the Patapsco River, this cruise includes two hours of incredible views of Baltimore’s historic waterfront, a delicious buffet, and live DJ entertainment.
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6th Annual Shamrock Shindig
10:30AM – 2PM
Pierce’s Park, located at Pier V
711 Eastern Ave, Baltimore
Live music by The Shamrogues, food trucks, beer, wine, Shamrock Alley for kids, strolling entertainment and more! Following the event will be the St. Patrick’s Day parade which kicks off at 2pm. Admission to the event is FREE and includes the band and strolling entertainment. Shamrock Alley Kid’s Passes are available in advance and at the door for $5 and includes parade gear, a temporary tattoo, and access to Shamrock Alley featuring 2 crafts and activities for children! Shamrock Alley will close at 1pm to allow all children and parents time to make their way to the parade! All You Can Drink Wristbands are available in advance for $30 ($35 at the door) and include unlimited beer and wine from 10:30am to 2pm! Must be 21+ to purchase.
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West Elm Pop-Up Shop
11AM – 6PM
West Elm (Baltimore)
1301 Dock Street, Baltimore
West Elm Baltimore is hosting a Becca & Mars Pop-Up Store on Sunday, March 12th, 2017 from 11:00AM – 6:00PM. We will be selling our all natural bath, aromatherapy and skin care products! Come by and visit and check out West Elm’s Harbor Point location!

Coffee & Doughnuts to benefit Buddy Foundation
11AM – 1PM
Mutt Mart
2904 Hamilton Ave, Baltimore
Join us for Baltimore’s BEST dog-friendly brunch! Bring a $5 suggested donation for The Buddy Foundation of Maryland, and we will serve you a Center Cut Doughnut & bottomless cup of Zeke’s coffee. *this is not your average powdered creamer, stale dunkin’ kinda shindig…we do it right at Mutt Mart 🙂

St Patricks Parade Day
11AM – 1:45AM
Grand Central Nightclub
1001 N Charles St, Baltimore
Come join us for a your Pre Drinks before the parade and after the Parade in the Pub…
Irish Drink specials all day…We open at 11am – close. Free Beads for the Parade…

The 62nd Baltimore Saint Patrick Parade
2PM – 5PM
The Parade will step off from the staging area by the Washington Monument,
and will proceed south on Charles Street to Pratt Street, and then east on Pratt to Market Place.


Artist Conversation: Guerrilla Girl Frida Kahlo
3PM – 4PM
The Baltimore Museum of Art
10 Art Museum Dr, Baltimore
In conjunction with the closing of Front Room: Guerrilla Girls, hear from one of the legendary Guerrilla Girls artist-activists, Frida Kahlo, in conversation with the BMA’s Senior Curator of Contemporary Art Kristen Hileman. The conversation will review the Guerrilla Girls’ legacy and the importance of the group’s work to expose sexism and racism in the art world, politics, and popular culture. It will also consider the many activist strategies deployed by the Guerrilla Girls and their application in the current political environment. Additionally, the speakers will reflect on the ways museums might serve as sites for social and political discourse. The event is free, but registration is required.

All Ages Noise/Punk/Hardcore Matinee Floor Show
3PM – 8PM
2549 N Howard St, Baltimore

Beer 101: “What You Taste & Why”
3PM – 5PM
Heavy Seas Alehouse
1300 Bank St, Baltimore
Malt, hops, water, and yeast. How can thousands of different beers come from the same 4 ingredients? In this course, we will explore the basics of brewing, as well as what each ingredient does for the beer’s color, aroma, alcohol content, body, and flavor. We will discuss beer styles, and what criteria are used to determine if a beer fits one or not. And, of course, we will taste beer! With our new found knowledge, we will take a slightly more critical approach to beer-tasting than the casual beer drinker. The goal is to help people better appreciate the complexity and beauty of handcrafted beer by giving them a deeper understanding of what’s really happening in the glass.
Tickets: $25 — Participants receive 8 beer samples, appetizers, a logo’d growler, and tour passes to the Heavy Seas brewery! Anyone who stays after the event will receive 15% off their meal!

St. Patrick’s Day Parade Party
3PM – 7PM
The James Joyce Irish Pub & Restaurant
616 President St, Baltimore
Music by Brendan Pelan

Dan Blake and The Digging
5PM – 7PM
An die Musik
409 N Charles St, Baltimore
It isn’t rare for artists to speak of the journey that they have taken in their maturation. It is more impressive when they apply the principles of discovery and challenge into every part of their lives. Saxophonist and composer Dan Blake happens to be just one of those artists who strives to do just that in an effort to make himself a better artist and person.

Chef Takeover with Chef Saon
6PM – 8PM
Dovecote Cafe
2501 Madison Ave, Baltimore
Every 2nd Sunday, we turn over our kitchen for a “TAKEOVER” by a guest chef! The Chef offers a Prix Fixe meal and provides a full after hours restaurant experience in the cafe! We are excited to celebrate our One Year Anniversary of Chef Takeover with Chef Saon of Mache Fine Catering!! Chef Saon is bringing his culinary creativity! 3 courses | 1 Signature Drink | Celebratory Champagne Toast. Tickets availabe at the cafe or on our website: Dinner starts at 6p! $65 BYOB is ALWAYS an option!

Purim Costume Party at Bond Street Social
6PM – 11PM
901 S Bond St, Baltimore
Music provided by Marat Leon & DJ MaXiM. Complimentary Kosher hors d’oeuvres. Costume contest with prizes.  Photo booth // Door prizes // Games // Magician // No cover // Cash bar. Reservations for VIP table service.

Outcalls // Ensh // $100 Girlfriend
7PM – 10PM
The Windup Space
12 W North Ave, Baltimore
Outcalls (acoustic set but it will still be lit af)
Ensh (from Toronto!)
$100 Girlfriend

Hans-Joachim Roedelius w/ Horse Lords & Wume
8PM – 11PM
Creative Alliance
3134 Eastern Ave, Baltimore
Friends Records, Kings & Unregistered Nurse Booking present…
Hans-Joachim Roedelius
Horse Lords
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The Wild Purim Rumpus
8PM – 11PM
The 8×10
10 E Cross St, Baltimore
It’s Purim, let’s get wild! Celebrate a world turned upside down; a would-be genocide that became a day of joyous festivities. Help us commemorate the defeat of Haman’s evil plot of hatred as recorded in the book of Esther.
Get silly– Blur the lines between Haman and Mordechai
Share- Gift tasty treats to friends
Help- Give gifts to those in need
Nosh- Nom some Hamentachen
Join us for a night of all of these good deeds, music, costume, and more! $10 pre-purchase, $15 at the door.


– Lindsey

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