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 group of people dressed as skeletons walk down a street.

Have you heard about Light City? Well if you haven’t. it’s a Baltimore-based event in the vein of Austin’s SXSW Conference – a hybrid event including art installations, music and arts performances and speaking sessions and panels focused on topics around innovation. Light City 2016 was the first event of its kind in the area; it was a smashing success, drawing about 400,000 visitors to downtown Baltimore. This year’s event, which takes place from March 31 to April 8, is expected to be just as popular. But art and innovation aren’t the only reasons to head to Light City: there will also be a seriousRead More →