A man and a woman showcasing their musical talent on a keyboard at Baltimore Beats in November.

🎵 Baltimore Beats: November’s Ultimate Concert Guide! 🎵Hello, Baltimore’s finest music aficionados! 🍂 As the leaves turn amber, our city’s music scene is catching fire with back-to-back concerts all November long! And hey, forget the parking blues; Harbor Park Garage is here to make your concert commute a breeze! Safe, nearby, and hassle-free! 🚗✨🌟 Baltimore Soundstage: November Nights 🌟Strap in for a month of non-stop tunes! Here’s the Soundstage November lineup:Dragonforce with Amaranthe, Nanowar Of Steel, Edge Of Paradise (Sold Out 🚫)Angel Du$t ‘Brand New Soul’ Record Release with Candy, Lion Of Judah, Dazy, LooseyJared Freid: The Family Business TourPop Evil: Flesh & Bone TourRead More →

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As the calendar turns and the cherry blossoms start to bloom, downtown Baltimore comes alive with concerts, parades, parties and events. Here’s a look at what’s coming up near the Inner Harbor this spring:   Shamrocks, Shenanigan’s and More Though the weather is often still chilly, spring unofficially kicks off in early March in Baltimore, when St. Patrick comes to town. On Saturday, March 11, Power Plant Live! hosts the Shamrock Stumble Bar Crawl, featuring drink specials, St. Pat’s swag, Irish music and more, starting at noon. https://www.shamrockstumble.com/baltimore?fbclid=IwAR0J319ES7np8qvkMdhvIArujthhQbE7MIheYna744AVqGhzOYhvOyFwZrQ This year, the annual St. Patrick’s Day parade takes place on Sunday, March 12. The parade routeRead More →

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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 →


The Brian Jonestown Massacre is a band from San Francisco, California. They formed in 1985 and released their debut album, ‘Methodrone’, in 1995. Their music has been described as psychedelic punk rock, garage rock, and art rock.  The band was founded by Anton Newcombe (born Anthony Newcomb) and Dawn, his girlfriend at the time. They met at a party hosted by John Cale (of Velvet Underground, who later became a good friend and sometimes collaborator of the band. Shortly after, Anton quickly recruited Matt Hollywood and Ricky Maymi to form a full lineup for upcoming sessions and gigs. The name of the band was inspiredRead More →

Stone Temple Pilots at Rams Head Live scaled

STONE TEMPLE PILOTS return to the road for the first time in more than two years and THE GRAMMY® AWARD WINNING GROUP IS COMING TO BALTIMORE! Stone Temple Pilots are no strangers to change. Unpredictably has shaped the Grammy®-winning group since it emerged as one of the best-selling bands of the 1990s. More than 25 years later, the band is reborn once again on its seventh studio album – its first with new singer Jeff Gutt, a veteran of the Detroit music scene.  STP founding members Dean DeLeo, Robert DeLeo and Eric Kretz introduced Gutt in November, moments before he joined them on stage atRead More →


After a year of COVID-related closures, postponements, and stops and starts, downtown Baltimore businesses and attractions are reemerging from their slumber. With the weather warming up and COVID-related statistics trending in the right direction, heading downtown to enjoy the sites is a fun, safe way to spend time. Here’s a look at what’s on tap for late March and April of this year: Port Discovery Children’s Museum Port Discovery is currently open, at less than 25% capacity, on Wednesdays, Saturdays, and Sundays; tickets must be purchased in advance. The children’s museum has a regular line-up of fun events on those days, from puppet performances toRead More →

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This time of year, the weather is gorgeous in Baltimore, making it an ideal time to catch a live outdoor music show downtown. While the COVID-19 pandemic put many shows on hold, now that cases have stabilized and venues have a better understanding of how to safely host events, live music is back in Charm City. Here’s a look at upcoming shows you won’t want to miss: Live Music Weekends at Power Plant Live! Each Thursday, Friday, and Saturday, Power Plant Live! presents live music on its outdoor concert stage. Each night, the stage is taken over by engaging acts from 5 p.m. to 9Read More →