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Everyone, gather round! Our team has done it once again this year! Here are this years maps to both events by your Harbor Park Garage team! So bookmark this page, or download these maps we are always going to hook you up not just with parking but with maps as well. Check out our Brilliant Baltimore x Light City x Baltimore Book Festival guide in having the best time enjoying these festival mashups! Map for Baltimore Light City                     Map for Baltimore Book Festival

Baltimore book festival light city logo.

Downtown Baltimore will shimmer this November when, for ten days at the beginning of the month, two of the city’s most popular events descend upon the Inner Harbor, just as Daylight Savings Time comes to an end. Brilliant Baltimore is the combination of the arts festival Light City and the Baltimore Book Festival. Dubbed a Festival of Light & Literature, Brilliant Baltimore takes place from Nov. 1 through Nov. 10, 2019, throughout the afternoons and evenings. What Is Light City? Light City, a spectacular festival of light, music and innovative thinking, returns to the city for its fourth year this fall. Light City includes tonsRead More →

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Harbor Park Garage is happy to show you our Baltimore neighborhood guides for Light City events close to the garage. Browse below, click on each image, save and print as you enjoy the events around neighborhoods close to the garage!   Downtown   Inner Harbor Fells Point & Little Italy  

Light city a festival of light music and innovation.

Downtown Baltimore will sparkle this April, when Light City returns for its third year. From April 6 through April 21, the city will be home to a vibrant festival of light, featuring artists, music, innovative thinkers and much more. https://lightcity.org/   What Is Light City? Light City, which describes itself as a “festival of light, music and innovation,” is one of the world’s premier festivals of light. The most visible element of Light City is its light-oriented arts, including illuminated sculptures and interactive pieces, as well as concerts and art performances that take place after dark, when the light-powered works of art help make theRead More →

Light city a festival of light music and innovation.

Get ready for some sparkle, Baltimore – Light City is back! Now in its third year, the free annual festival of light, music and innovation will take over downtown Baltimore and neighborhoods throughout the city this April. The festivities begin the weekend of April 6-18, with Neighborhood Lights. https://lightcity.org/ Where Is Neighborhood Lights? Acting as the kick-off for the longer event, Neighborhood Lights drums up enthusiasm from Baltimore locals and visitors alike. The weekend-long spectacle showcases the work of Baltimore-based artists, each of whom received a $15,000 grant to create a light-based visual or performance art project in neighborhoods around the city. https://lightcity.org/light/neighborhood-lights This year,Read More →

A flyer for the lit city dance party.

By day, the stretch of St. Paul Street under the Orleans Street Viaduct looks unassuming – like any other regular downtown Baltimore street. But on Thursday, April 6, it will transform into “The Light Tunnel,” coming alive with light and music, when LIT CITY, a high-energy dance party, takes over the space. Sponsored by the Downtown Partnership of Baltimore, LIT CITY includes a DJ spinning upbeat tunes, an open bar and food from several Baltimore City hotspots, including brand new Canton restaurant Cask & Grain, Mount Vernon’s fabulous new place The Elephant, hip Greek restaurant Cava Mezze and the classic Baltimore joint Phillips Seafood. St.Read More →

A burger sitting on a wooden table.

Before stepping into The Emporiyum, Baltimore area food lovers should brace themselves. The experience can be a little overwhelming – but in the best way. The annual foodie marketplace is located at 600 East Pratt Street, in the space formerly occupied by Best Buy. During the weekend of The Emporiyum, which takes places this year on April 1 and 2, the space feels enormous and it is packed, wall-to-wall, with incredible food. With about 100 different food vendors scattered throughout, it can be tough to decide where to look – and where to start. Smart attendees will map out a strategy – you might decideRead More →