The Frederick Film Festival is putting on shorts this summer.
Officials are expecting up to 350,000 people at the African American Festival this weekend in Baltimore.
Artscape, America’s largest free arts festival, is coming back to Charm City from Friday, July 17 through Sunday July 19 on Mount Royal Ave. and North Charles St.
While the trees aren’t in full bloom just yet, many people say Monday was still a great day to be there.
More than 50 theaters in the Washington area are joining a two-month festival to present new plays by women playwrights.
Dazzling light displays and major music acts. A week-long, multi-million dollar festival is planned for Charm City. If it comes, you may not even recognize Baltimore’s most familiar landmarks.
The Baltimore Book Festival will officially move its location to the Inner Harbor.
Like much of the country the best time of year to be in Charm City is the fall; but for a very different reason. With, perhaps, more bars then trees in the city Baltimorons? (Baltimorans? Baltimoreans, that’s gotta be it) can celebrate the onset of fall at Maryland Brewer’s Harvest this Saturday, the 20th.
The Salisbury Chamber of Commerce might step in to salvage the decades-old Delmarva Chicken Festival.
Food, fun and friendship. It’s all happening this weekend in the streets of Little Italy.
Despite a call to cancel it, the massive electronic dance festival “Moonrise” is happening at Pimlico. The concern follows two overdose deaths at a similar festival last week at Merriweather Post Pavilion.
The National Park Service says it has reached an agreement with the Smithsonian Institution to keep the annual Smithsonian Folklife Festival on the National Mall.