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We’re a fan of having a lot of options. Plan your social calendar with the help of our events listings. Whether you’re into beer gardens, marriages of art and science, public displays of affection, or waterfront concerts, you’ll always find something to do Downtown.

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Baltimore is all about accessibility and fun. It’s easy to get around town with our many transportation options (how many cities can boast “boat” as a viable option for getting where you need to go?) Have dinner al fresco in Canton and head to Camden Yards for a game in the Spring, or spend your day bike riding around town.

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Artscape Weekend

Artscape is the hottest weekend of the year for so many reason. The 38th annual Artscape is headlined by R&B vocal group SWV on Friday, July 19 at 7:30pm, James Brown Dance Party on Saturday, July 20 at 7:30pm, and 80s icon ska band English Beat on Sunday, July 21. Check out the artist market on N. Charles Street, street theater performances, and performances by local dance and musical groups. It's going to be HOT.

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Pints in the Park

Outdoor happy hours are kind of our thing. Enjoy a special performance by Funsho at the Aug. 9th Pints in the Park, plus craft beer by Calvert Brewing Company, and wine from Boordy Vineyards.

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Weekend Walk-In

Join AVAM for a hands-on, drop-in, art-making workshop for all ages once a month in the AVAM classroom. Explore new creative territories and make a cool take-home project. Supplies and boundless inspiration provided.

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Free First Thursday

Visitors can enjoy free admission to the entire museum on the first Thursday of every month. A collection highlights tour takes place at 11 a.m.—explore the galleries with a member of our staff, hear the stories behind the artifacts on display and learn about Maryland’s rich history. Don't forget to check out their cool gift shop before you leave.

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Downtown
Family Fun

Family Fun

There is a lot to love here with both kid-friendly attractions and tons of family services

Performance Venues

Performance Venues

Performing arts bring meaningful content to our everyday lives, and we like to celebrate that.

Baltimore's Culture

Attractions

Our weird and wonderful charm gleams bright at Downtown attractions.

Baltimore's Art

Museums & Galleries

We don’t mean to brag, but our art might be artsier than your art.

Baltimore's Festivals

Festivals

This portside town has a soft-spot for festivals and we like them to taste good, look pretty, and be a whole lot of fun.

Baltimore's Sports

Sports

Cal Ripken stole our hearts and made Orange one of our favorite colors, but our sports legacy is so much more.

Downtown News
Downtown Events
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Beginning in mid-July, Baltimore City Department of Transportation will start night work on President St. from E. Fayette to Fleet St. and on Fleet St. from President St. to Central Ave. This will include milling and paving on the roadways and lane shifts. The work will take 3-4 weeks to complete, weather permitting. Night work will start after 7pm and be completed by 6am.

DPOB is hosting The International Downtown Association's 65th Annual Conference, October 28-30, 2019. Over 800 inspired leaders shaping cities from around the globe will convene to discuss emerging trends in urban place management and walk away with solutions to apply in their respective cities. This year’s theme will bring together the brightest industry minds to discuss what it means to be “Proudly Urban” and how embracing this mindset can benefit districts of all sizes.

Downtown Partnership is planting 50 street trees throughout Downtown Baltimore neighborhoods. The first group is going in on Lombard street now. Stay tuned for a much greener Downtown Baltimore over the coming months.