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 →

Dexter and the Moonrocks indie rock concert poster flaunting cosmic vibes.

Genre: Indie Rock with a Psychedelic Twist Backstory: Buckle up for a journey through the stars with Dexter and the Moonrocks! Formed under a full moon night in 2019, this Baltimore-based quartet has been rocking the galaxy with their out-of-this-world tunes and cosmic stage presence. The Crew: 🎤🎸 Dexter Smith: Captain of the vocals and master shredder on the guitar. 🥁 Jamie Lee: Rhythm wizard and beat commander. 🎸 Alex Rivera: Bass guru and low-end astronaut. 🎹 Sara Kim: Keyboard sorceress casting sonic spells. Cosmic Influences: Imagine Pink Floyd and Tame Impala having a jam session in a spaceship – that’s the kind of interstellarRead 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 →

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With the holidays upon us, downtown Baltimore is starting to sparkle and shine with good cheer, fun events, and plenty of ways to celebrate the season.    Christmas Market Baltimore’s Christmas Village – the German-style Christmas market – returns to the Inner Harbor this year, starting on Nov. 19. The market, which operates through Christmas Eve, features everything from live music and rides to dozens of vendors selling handcrafted items. Plus, the market is known for its excellent food and drinks, which include classic German fare like Raclette, pretzels, schnitzel and mulled wine.     Ice Rink  The Inner Harbor Ice Rink opens for theRead More →

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As the weather gets warmer, nights in Baltimore get hot for live music fans. This spring and summer, downtown Baltimore music venues will welcome tons of musical acts, ranging from big, well-known names to smaller performers just starting out. As you put together your summertime concert schedule, you’ll have plenty of options. Downtown Baltimore has several terrific concert venues, each with its own vibe. Whether you’re looking for a chill night by the water, a crazy mosh pit, or something in between, you can find it downtown. Pier Six Pavilion Pier Six Pavilion is located right on the water, on Pier Six. It’s a gorgeousRead 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 →