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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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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 →

Skipping into Summer

With mask mandates lifting (though not inside – yet – in Baltimore City), temperatures rising and all COVID statistics trending in the right direction, Baltimore is gearing up for one hot, fun summer. From kiddie adventures to all ages shows to 21+ parties, this summer, there’s something for everyone downtown.


After a year of COVID-related closures, postponements, and stops and starts, downtown Baltimore businesses and attractions are reemerging from their slumber. With the weather warming up and COVID-related statistics trending in the right direction, heading downtown to enjoy the sites is a fun, safe way to spend time.

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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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Harbor Park Garage is pleased to announce our official parking relationship with Soundstage. Located steps from the front door, Harbor Park Garage offers secure, safe, lighted parking. WEBSITE To prepay for your inner harbor parking, simply click on the Prepay For Parking buttons you see on the site or follow this LINK. Have fun at the event! FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 2019 ALEJANDRO ARANDA IS SCARYPOOLPARTY Sucre Doors | 7:00 pm // Show Time | 8:00 pm SOLD OUT SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 2019 All Good Presents THE INFAMOUS STRINGDUSTERS Kitchen Dwellers Doors | 8:00 pm // Show Time | 9:00 pm Tickets SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 2019 SuperiorRead More →

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The Psychedelic Furs at Baltimore Soundstage on September 27 Fans of 1980s movies – and British post-punk rock – will be psyched to hear that The Psychedelic Furs are coming to Baltimore in late September. The band might be best known for its 1986 hit “Pretty in Pink,” which was featured in the John Hughes movie starring Molly Ringwald, also called “Pretty in Pink.” That song is still a radio staple, but it is far from the band’s only hit. Recently, a couple Psychedelic Furs songs have gotten boosts from appearances in hit productions like the Netflix show “Stranger Things” and the movie “Call MeRead More →