Baltimore's Inner Harbor offers a mesmerizing holiday voyage on a large body of water.

If you find yourself in downtown Baltimore this summer, you’re in luck. Whether you’re heading to the city for a meeting or class or – if you’re a Baltimore City resident – you have jury duty, make the most of your trip by finding something fun to do while you’re in the neighborhood. From enjoying evening hours at the Aquarium to taking in one a weekday concert, downtown offers plenty of ways to make doing your civic duty a little more fun. Even if you don’t have an obligation downtown, the Inner Harbor is a great destination for the day or evening. Take the kidsRead More →

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Secure Your Spot at Harbor Park Garage for Bobby Weir and the Wolf Bros. Live at Pier 6 Pavilion!Purchase Parking Get ready for a night of incredible music, good vibes, and unforgettable memories as Bobby Weir and the Wolf Bros., featuring The Wolfpack, take the stage at Pier 6 Pavilion on September 28, 2023, at 7:00 PM. This concert promises to be a spectacular event that you won’t want to miss. To make your experience even more enjoyable, let’s talk about the best way to ensure a hassle-free evening – parking at Harbor Park Garage!**Convenient Parking at Harbor Park Garage**When it comes to attending concerts, one ofRead More →

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Get ready to immerse yourself in the vibrant beats and infectious melodies of Reggae Fest 2023, where music and fun collide in the most extraordinary way! This year, we are thrilled to present the legendary Beres Hammond and an exceptional lineup of talented friends that will make your heart sing and your body move to the rhythms of Jamaica. As the sun sets on a warm summer evening, prepare yourself for an unforgettable experience that will transport you straight to the heart of reggae culture. So grab your dancing shoes, gather your friends, and get ready for a celebration like no other at Reggae FestRead More →


Get ready to for the ultimate summer experience as Sad Summer Festival presented by Journeys & Converse takes center stage! This star studded event brings together a remarkable lineup of sensational artists, including the incredible Hot Mulligan and the legendary rockers, The Maine. Brace yourself for an unforgettable journey through music. Let’s dive into what makes Sad Summer Festival the hottest ticket of the season! Date: Wednesday, July 12, 2023Time: 2pmVenue: Pier 6 Pavilion    Purchase Event TicketsPurchase Parking Passes

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Music lovers know that downtown Baltimore is stacked with venues that are ideal spots to see a show or head to a dance party. Throughout the year, places like Ram’s Head Live! and Baltimore Soundstage feature acts covering a wide variety of genres, from pop and hip-hop to country and heavy metal. On off nights, they also host comedians, dance parties, and even burlesque shows. This winter, downtown Baltimore offers tons of entertainment options for music fans – including a little something for everyone.   Rams Head Live! Ram’s Head Live!, which is conveniently located in the Power Plant Live! complex, has a solid lineupRead More →

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Harbor Park Garage is pleased to be the Official Parking Partner for MECU PAVILION (FORMERLY PIER SIX PAVILION)  Our brightly lit and clean 1240 space garage is located steps away from the concert venue.  Simply park at the Harbor Park Garage and be sure to get your discount voucher from the Rams Head Live! box office before you leave.  To prepay for your inner harbor parking, simply click on the Prepay For Parking buttons you see on the site or follow this link – Check out the concert dates below and plan to come out and have a great time in Baltimore! WEBSITE MayRead More →

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Calling all Pink Floyd fans: the critically acclaimed Pink Floyd tribute act, Several Species, performs in Baltimore on Saturday, September 29. The show takes place at MECU Pavilion – the venue formerly known as Pier Six Pavilion. Bordered by the city on one side and the harbor on the other, with a gentle sloping lawn, covered pavilion and terrific acoustics, MECU is one of the best places in Baltimore to see a show. And Several Species always delivers. About Several Species Several Species calls itself “the Pink Floyd experience” – the band has been “recreating” Pink Floyd concerts for fans in Baltimore and beyond sinceRead More →