There’s no better time to enjoy a music festival than the spring and summer. Whether in Baltimore, surrounding areas or easily accessible venues that make for a fun road trip, there’s options for every time of taste and style.
For the first time in nearly 40 years, the piano man is coming to Baltimore. Billy Joel will play at M&T Bank Stadium this summer and is expected to bring some big bucks.
If you’re looking to head over to Star-Spangled Spectacular this weekend at the Inner Harbor and Fort McHenry — you may need to know some basic information to make sure your visit is as smooth as possible.
Merriweather Post Pavilion is getting a multi-million dollar makeover. As Howard County leaders gave WJZ a tour of the venue, Thursday night’s headliner showed his support for the cause.
The National Archives is launching a new series of programs focused on jazz, featuring concerts, discussions, film screenings and special events.
So much to do, so little time! The summer is approaching very fast in Baltimore. With this being said, here are some of the best musical festivals to visit!
The warm, summer nights are the best to go to outdoor concerts. These following music concerts are held at Baltimore’s largest outdoor venues and have enough room for you to sing, dance and jam to your favorite artists and bands.
It’s that time again for the awe-inspiring Artscape, which celebrates creativity in all its forms. Head over to view the talents of more than 150 artists and craftsmen, listen to a wide variety of music and participate in hands-on activities.
2012 ACM Awards nominees Dierks Bentley, Rascal Flatts and Taylor Swift perform for Live on Letterman. Check it out…
It’s the East Coast’s largest and loudest free arts fest. Since 1982, Artscape has taken up a sizable chunk of the Station North arts district with top acts like Ray Charles, Blues Traveler and features art from across the country. Taking in the fest can be daunting to both outsider and local a like. This guide will help you enjoy the festival and not get too lost in the three-day sea of creativity.
The Meyerhoff Symphony Hall is bustling with musicians as the BSO gets ready for its new season.