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Downtown Baltimore is draped in sparkly lights for the holidays; a trip to the Inner Harbor is a fun way to jump-start feelings of holiday spirit. However, with COVID cases on the rise, Baltimore City guidelines for businesses are rapidly changing, including a new ban on indoor and outdoor dining and entertainment – which means that supporting your favorite downtown businesses might look different than it has in past years (or even past weeks). To comply with the new rules, many downtown businesses are shifting gears quickly, trying to stay afloat during this rapidly changing environment. Restaurants are moving to carryout only and venues areRead More →

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There’s no question: 2020 is one of the scariest years in anyone’s recent memory. So what does that mean for Halloween? Will it be extra spooky this year? Maybe, maybe not – but it will be extra fun this year in downtown Baltimore, where Power Plant Live! and surrounding venues have a terrific lineup of creepy-fun festivities planned all weekend long. Here’s a look at how to spend your Halloween weekend downtown: Six Feet Beats On Friday, Oct. 30, Rise Among Rivals and Dead Eyes team up for Six Feet Beats, a socially distanced outdoor show at Power Plant Live! The bands – which areRead 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 →

It’s the most wonderful time of the year! The holidays are in full swing in downtown Baltimore and that means concerts, Christmas movies, Kwanzaa celebrations and more. It’s a festive season – and a busy one in downtown Baltimore. Here’s a look at some of the best ways to celebrate the season in Baltimore this month: Listen to Music There are concerts galore in the city this month, featuring all sorts of different artists and genres. One of the biggest in town is WPOC’s Acoustic Christmas Show, which takes over Rams Head Live on December 11. The concert features Emma White and Gone West andRead More →

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Accio Harry Potter fans! This fall, downtown Baltimore gets in on all the action in the wizarding world with a pair of Harry Potter-themed events designed to appeal to the Boy Wizard’s biggest fans. September 26, Tin Roof hosts a trivia night that’s all about Potter and on October 5, Baltimore Soundstage gets magical with a Potter Party. Harry Potter Trivia at Tin Roof Think your HP knowledge can outshine the best of the Potterverse? Put all those hours of reading and watching to the test on September 26, when Tin Roof hosts a Harry Potter trivia night. The Power Plant Live! bar will kickRead More →


The news cycle has been wild lately. We’ve felt fear, then relief, following the story of the kidnapping (and rescue) of Tennessee girl Carlie Trent. We’ve laughed and rolled our eyes at the announcement that Rob Gronkowski will be on the cover of Madden NFL 17. We’ve devoured every story about Paul Ryan’s meeting with Donald Trump. And we’ve cared way more than we probably should about what’s happening with the cast of Empire. Add all of that to weeks of rain, with only scant glimpses of the sun, and Baltimore is more than a little punchy. So it’s no surprise that some recent –Read More →

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Harbor Park Garage is pleased to announce our official parking relationship with Tin Roof. Located steps from the front door, Harbor Park Garage offers secure, safe, lighted parking. Here is a little background about our new partner: “In 2002 the original Tin Roof opened near Nashville’s famed Music Row. The goal was to give musicians a place to play and a place to hang when they weren’t on stage. The tasty food, fun, eclectic environment, community of Regulars and friendly Crew quickly established Tin Roof as the place to be for musicians and non-musicians alike. Over the years, our stages have hosted the famous, the should have been famous, and everyone in between. InRead More →