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Festivals

Do more outside. This portside town has a soft-spot in our hearts for festivals and we like them to taste good, look pretty, and be a whole lot of fun. We like bikes – so we have a festival for that. We like food – so we have a festival for that. We like Edgar Allen Poe – so we even have a festival that. We love local breweries – so we definitely have lots of beer at all of our festivals.

With one of the largest Restaurant Weeks in the country, Downtown Baltimore shows off our culinary chops this year August 1-10. WTMD’s First Thursdays Concerts are in full swing in their new location, Canton’s Waterfront Park, with thousands of people flocking to the park for live bands and good company each month.


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  • National Aquarium

    Admission to the Aquarium is half-price on Friday evenings after five, all year! Visit over 20,000 of your Downtown aquatic neighbors (thanks to the generosity of M&T Bank).

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  • Artscape 2017

    Artscape is almost back. America's largest free arts festival returns July 21-23 and brings new experiences like Camp NASA and the Charles Street Camp Site, as well as serious dancing, concerts, art installations, vendors, food, and more.

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  • Harry Potter and the BSO

    The Baltimore Symphony Orchestra will perform the score of Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets along with a screening of the film July 27-29.

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  • Jazzy Summer Nights

    On Thursday, July 6, 6-10pm, Jazzy Summer Nights will take over Hopkins Plaza. Admission is free, beer and food will be for sale on-site. Come early, stay late, and the be ready to dance!

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  • Baltimore Restaurant Week

    EAT. GOOD. FOOD. Baltimore Summer Restaurant Week takes place July 28-August 6. Check out menus and make reservations for brunch, lunch, and dinner at www.BaltimoreRestaurantWeek.com.

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  • Sandlot

    James Beard Award-winning chef Spike Gjerde is set to open a nearly 30,000 sq. ft. food and recreation concept in Harbor Point called Sandlot. Opening in May, the outdoor dining space will feature bocce and volleyball, concerts, a kid's play space, and more.

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