The concert is part of a tour that kicked off earlier this month in Tulsa, Oklahoma, and one of the first shows since founding member and guitarist Walter Becker passed away in early September.
About Steely Dan
Founded in 1972 by Bard College students Walter Becker and Donald Fagen, Steely Dan has long been an important part of the American music scene, with recognizable hits like “Reelin’ in the Years” and “Hey Nineteen” still getting significant radio play.
The three bands will bring their signature hard rock/punk sounds to the stage starting at 7:30 p.m.
About Rise Against
The evening’s headliners, Rise Against, hail from Chicago, where they have been playing since 1999. Their sound is intense – think hardcore and punk – and comes out of the Chicago punk rock scene.
Sep 30, 2017 Sat 8:00 PM EDT
Several Species: The PINK FLOYD Experience
Lineup: Several Species
Oct 04, 2017 Wed 7:30 PM EDT
Lineup: Rise Against, Pierce The Veil, White Lung
Oct 24, 2017 Tue 8:00 PM EDT
Lineup: Steely Dan
Visiting Pier Six
If you’ll be at any upcoming Pier Six concert, don’t forget to make plans for before and after the show – and figure out logistics, like parking. Located at 55 Market Place in downtown Baltimore, Harbor Park Garage is a convenient, reasonably priced place to start and end your evening.
Trap music superstar Gucci Mane comes to Baltimore on Saturday, September 23, taking over Pier Six Pavilion. Gucci Mane will perform alongside Moneybagg Yo and 21 Savage; the three acts will bring their uniquely Southern style of rap to the outdoor amphitheater starting at 7 p.m.
Gucci Mane’s Story
Gucci Mane – born Radric Delantic Davis – has been a major force in rap for the past decade. Along with T.I. and Young Jeezy, he’s at the forefront of the trap music scene; trap, a Southern subgenre of rap, is known for its dark lyrics and heavy beats.
Whether you’re a fan of droll humor or ‘80s rock chicks, there’s something for you this September at Pier Six Pavilion in downtown Baltimore.
On Tuesday, September 12, Pat Benatar rolls into the outdoor amphitheater, bringing her high energy musical style to Baltimore. The following night, Wednesday, September 13, Garrison Keillor’s Prairie Home Love & Comedy tour – which includes everything from music to poetry – hits the city.
Pat Benatar, most famous for ‘80s mega-hits like “Love Is a Battlefield” and “Hit Me with Your Best Shot,” tours with longtime collaborator (and husband) Nick Giraldo; in Baltimore, the pair will appear with Toto, of “Africa” fame.
‘90s Favorite the Goo Goo Dolls Slide into Pier Six Pavilion August 22, with Opening Act Phillip Phillips
Baltimore concert lovers have a lot to look forward to on Tuesday, August 22, when the Goo Goo Dolls and Phillip Phillips come to Pier Six Pavilion.
The acts come from two different generations – the Goo Goo Dolls were ‘90s chart-topping favorites while Phillip Phillips, who was born in 1990, rose to fame after winning American Idol in 2012. But their big songs, including “Slide” from the Goo Goo Dolls and “Home” from Phillips, are equally recognizable to people listening to the radio today.
About the Goo Goo Dolls
At 8 p.m. on July 29, Pier Six Pavilion will be the place to be in Baltimore for fans of Robert Sylvester Kelly, otherwise known as R. Kelly.
A Chicago native, R. Kelly rose to fame during the ‘90s, gaining popularity for his seductive combination of R&B, hip hop and soul. His career launched in 1989 when he competed the aptly named talent TV show Big Break, ultimately winning the competition (and $100,000).