Back to School Festival – Love Our Youth 2 Life

Back to School Festival – Love Our Youth 2 Life

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Back to School Festival is Near!

Back to School Festival is coming! It is getting closer to the end of the summer and time for kids to go back to school. Back to School Festival is a celebration to kick off the new school year. Let’s help the children of Baltimore City get off to a great start. Let this be one of your investments in the future of Baltimore kids and our city. They say that children are the future but adults can facilitate and aid in the creation of that ‘future’ Come on out and bring your kids… bring your neighbor’s kid… lets make this a celebration of new possibilities, new opportunities and bettering our youth!

Back to School Festival is something to do in Baltimore!

Back to School Festival

3rd Annual “Love Our Youth 2 Life”

Aug. 26th 2017

12pm – 3pm

  • School Supplies
  • Food
  • Youth Vendors
  • Hair Cuts
  • Give Aways
  • Photos

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Coldstream Basketball Court / Pool Area


Rodney: 443-985-3256

Larry: 443-278-5573

Sponsors Include:  

iCarr Foundation – Maranatha Truth Center – City’s Finest Barbershop – BMore Inc. – Sully’s BBQ – New Kingdom Faith – Cash Land – Exalted Dance – Roots Maryland

Please support our local sponsors as they support our youth!

Baltimore Festivals – Short List for Rest of the Summer

Baltimore Festivals – Short List for Rest of the Summer

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Baltimore Festivals Schedule

Baltimore festivals are a summer time staple in and around the Charm City!!  This summer has been no different! There has been many great festivals so far but there is some summer left and that means there are more great Baltimore festivals coming up.


BronyCon The massive fandom of “My Little Pony: Friendship is Forever” gathers once again in Baltimore for a weekend of panels, workshops, merchandise and collectibles vendors, an art show, and live entertainment. Aug. 11-13, Baltimore Convention Center, 1 W. Pratt St.,, $30-$65.

Feast of St. Gabriele Italian Festival – If you missed the Feast of St. Anthony Festival back in June, you can still fill up today on vino, cheese, sausage, pizzelle, and pasta, and other Italian grub; plus souvenirs and used books, bocce, bingo, and more. Aug. 19, noon-8 p.m.; Aug. 20, 11 a.m.-7 p.m.; Exeter and Stiles streets, (410) 675-7275,, $1 donation.

Maryland State Fair – Halestorm and Sabrina Carpenter headline this year’s fair, returning with the usual carnival rides and games, funnel cake, and livestock competitions. Aug. 24-Sept. 4, Maryland State Fairgrounds, 2200 York Road, Lutherville-Timonium, (410) 252-0200,

Maryland Renaissance Festival – Travel back to the days of Shakespeare and dragons and watch fencing matches and jesters, eat various fried foods on sticks, and shop for unique gifts and doo dads from old-school artisan vendors. Aug. 26-Oct. 22, 1821 Crownsville Road, Annapolis, (410) 266-7304,, $8-$25.


Baltimore County African American Cultural Festival – Celebrate the cultural contributions of African Americans with a full day of family entertainment, educational exhibitions, and vendors. A portion of the festival proceeds help fund scholarships, summer camps, and historical preservation. Sept. 16, Towson Patriot Plaza, 401 Bosley Ave., Towson,, free.

Small Press Expo – Hundreds of artists, writers, and publishers have exhibit, sell, and discuss their independent comics. Sept. 16, 11 a.m.-7 p.m.; Sept. 17, noon-6 p.m.; Bethesda North Marriott Hotel & Conference Center, 5701 Marinelli Road,, $15-$20.

Baltimore International Youth Festival

Baltimore International Youth Festival

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Baltimore International Youth Festival

Date: August 12th 2017

Time: 12pm – 5pm

Venue: Frederick Douglas High School
2301 Gwynns Falls Pkwy, Baltimore, MD 21217


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Baltimore Carnival 2017

Baltimore Carnival 2017

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Celebrate Pan-Afiricanism, Caribbean culture, great food, awesome vendors, interesting people and an all around good time! Make your way out for a day of good times. It’s Baltimore Carnival 2017!
Baltimore Carnival 2017 is something to do in Baltimore

Baltimore Carnival 2017

July. 15th & 16th 2017

The Parade
Saturday’s 1 ½-mile parade features a stream of floats, eye-catching costumes, and the hip-swaying sounds of soca music.

Parade Date & Time: Saturday, July 15, 2017; 12 Noon – 5:00 PM
Parade Start: 900 E 33rd Street, Baltimore MD 21218
Parade End: Clifton Park, Baltimore MD 21213

From the 900 block of 33rd Street in Baltimore, Maryland, the parade proceeds east on 33rd Street, then turns right on The Alameda and continues south across Harford Road to enter Clifton Park via St. Lo Drive.

The Festival
Immediately following the Baltimore Caribbean Carnival parade on Saturday, July 15 2017 and all day Sunday, July 16 2017.

Festival Dates & Time: Sat, July 15, 2017; 5:00PM – 10:00PM & Sun, July 16, 2017; 12 Noon – 9:00PM
Festival Location: Lake Clifton Park, 2701 St Lo Drive, Baltimore MD 21213
Festival Admission: $15 on Saturday; $20 on Sunday | BUY TICKETS

Clifton Park

More Information:  (410) 362-2957  OR  (301) 346-9635


3rd Annual Baltimore Wine Fest

3rd Annual Baltimore Wine Fest

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Experience 160+ wines from around the world, gourmet eats provided by local eateries, live music, chef cooking demonstrations, wine seminars, craft beer & spirits, unique shopping, and a family zone.

3rd Annual Wine Festival is something to do in Baltimore

3rd Annual Baltimore Wine Fest

Saturday, June 17

12 PM – 7 PM

New this year – VIP ticket holders can enter an hour earlier at 11am and there will be bottomless mimosas, bagels, pastries, and fruit in the VIP tent from 11am to noon.

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Wine Festival

For Info (410) 396-7931

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Artscape 2016 Concert and Performance Line-Up

Artscape 2016 Concert and Performance Line-Up

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BGE Main StageJHU Station North StageMSU Sound Off Live! Stage

Location: 1400 Cathedral Street, near Mount Royal Avenue

Friday, July 15
4:30 Spirit Parade, neo-blues
6PM Chelsey Green and the Green Project, violinist*
7:30PM Wyclef Jean, hip hop/rap

Saturday, July 16
12PM-1PM Of Tomorrow, Dance-Funk Rock
1:30PM Foggy May, rock n roll Sound Off Live! Winner
3PM 8 Ohms, funk/soul
4:30PM Tropik Sol, world beat
6PM Bond Street District, hip hop
7:30PM The Mighty Mighty Bosstones, ska punk

Sunday, July 17
12:30PM Reggie Wayne Morris, blues
2PM Thurgood Marshall Band, classic hip hop
3:30PM Jah Works, reggae
5PM Aztec Sun, funk/soul
6:30PM In his final Baltimore appearance …The Legendary Burning Spear, reggae

Location: Charles Street, near North Avenue

Friday, July 15
12PM Baltimore City Public Schools- Young Audiences Summer Arts and Learning Academies
3:30PM Hotline, neo soul
5PM F featuring Landis Expandis, urban
6:30PM Parks Landing, indie pop
8PM The Henchmen, groove rock
9PM Prince Dance Party – Party Like its 1999 AGAIN! Wendel Patrick & DJ Dubble8 (Baltimore Boom Bap Society), hip hop
10PM Prince Dance Party – Party Like its 1999 AGAIN! DJ Sam Burns

Saturday, July 16
12:30PM Modern Nomad, surf rock Sound Off Live! Winner
2PM Fake Flowers Real Dirt, funk
3:30PM Lost Keys, blues rock Sound Off Live! Winner
5PM Surf Harp, art pop
6:30PM Weekends, alternative rock
8PM Sun Club, psychedelic indie rock
9PM Bmore Does Bowie – A Tribute to David Bowie With performances by: Aguierre’s Dogs, Scroll Downers, ESMB, SYS Band and The Band that Fell to Earth

Sunday, July 17
1:30PM Milestones, indie pop
3:30PM Scroll Downers, tippy rock
4:30PM Expert Alterations, indie pop
6PM Chiffon, electric r&b
7:15PM Bmore Beatscape hosted by Eze Jackson, hip hop

Location: Mount Royal Avenue, near Lafayette Avenue

Friday, July 15
12PM Michele McTierney, pop
1:30PM Coexist Music Group & Devin Jano, alternative hip hop
3PM Spaceboy, power pop rock
4:30PM DBS, hip hop
6PM Rumba Club, latin
7:30PM David Bach, jazz

Saturday, July 16
12:30PM The Coldspring Jazz Quartet, jazz
2PM Orchester Prazevica, gypsy pop
3:30PM Gotham Theory, rock blues
5PM Greenspan, hip hop
6:30PM Naked Jungle, world
8PM Dunson, hip hop

Sunday, July 17
11:30AM Michael Raitzyk Quartet, jazz
1PM Tongue in Cheek, jazz with a twist
2:30PM High-Brid Band, eclectic rock
4PM Essential Vybe, soul/rock fusion
5:30PM The Palovations, motown
7PM Edjacated Phools, reggae/hip-hop fusion

Artscape After HoursArtscape at Motor HouseBaltimore Symphony OrchestraBMore Fit DancewalkClassical Music & Organ ConcertsGBCA Culture TentHigh Zero's Worlds in CollusionLOL@ArtscapePop-UpsStreet TheaterTheater, Jazz, & Opera Theatre Project

9pm – 11pm Friday (July 15th) & Saturday (July 16th)

LOL @ Artscape comedy club at the Artscape Playhouse
University of Baltimore presents Gamescape
Food & Beverages
“In the Neighborhood” events and promotions
Big Whimsy illuminated stilt walkers
Saturday, July 16, 2016
Prince Dance Party – Party Like its 1999 AGAIN!
Johns Hopkins University Station North Stage
Friday, July 15, 2016
9-10pm: Wendel Patrick & DJ Dubbl8 (Boom Bap Society)
10-11pm: DJ Sam Burns
Bmore Does Bowie – A Tribute to David Bowie
Johns Hopkins University Station North Stage
Saturday, July 16, 2016
9-11pm: Performances by: Aguierre’s Dogs, Scroll Downers, ESMB, SYS Band and
The Band that Fell to Earth

Location: Motor House, 120 West North Avenue, Baltimore, MD 21201

Friday, July 15

7:30PM ArtsCentric
ArtsCentric, Dreamgirls
This iconic musical follows the story of a young female trio of black singers from Chicago, Illinois who become music superstars.

8:30PM 90s Dance Party Celebrate the glory days of the 90s with sounds from The Loneliest Monk! No scrubs allowed. $5

Saturday, July 16
9AM-5PM Shawn Smallwood, Paradise: Found Day-long event inspired by Larry Levan’s legendary New York garage parties featuring live music performances, art installations, and dance party.
12PM-6PM Motor House Resident Artists, Soul Space Stories Motor House’s gallery space will be open to the public.
9:30PM-12:30AM Rufus Roundtree and Da B’More Brass Factory Serving up a healthy dose of the “Balti Gras” sound. The place where “The Wire” meets “Treme.” Welcome to BaltimOrleans!!!! This brass band takes Baltimore music and mixes it with New Orleans and Mardi Gras elements. Rufus Roundtree and da B’more Brass Factory re-imagine R&B and hip-hop tunes by adding soul, jazz, and funk details. $10

Sunday, July 17
12PM-6PM Motor House Resident Artists, Soul Space Stories Motor House Resident Artists, Soul Space StoriesContent 2

Location: Joseph Meyerhoff Symphony Hall, 1212 Cathedral St

Friday, July 15
3PM-3:30PM Baltimore City Students Perform
4PM-4:30PM Baltimore City Students Perform
5PM-5:30PM Meet and Greet BSO Musicians Interact with BSO musicians as they prepare for their concert.
6PM-6:30PM Happy Birthday BSO Come hear the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra perform their very first piece of music that started it all back in 1916 with a special performance of Beethoven’s Eighth Symphony in the Meyerhoff lobby.

Saturday, July 16
1PM-1:30PM Baltimore City Students Perform
2PM-2:30PM Baltimore City Students Perform
3PM-3:30PM Baltimore City Students Perform
4:30PM-5PM OrchKids Students from this Baltimore Symphony Orchestra’s Flagship program will delight and entertain you with their various musical ensembles and meet and greet opportunities
6PM-6:30PM BSO Performs Classical Favorites Enjoy Carmen and the New World Symphony performed by the BSO side-by-side with adult amateur musicians on the Meyerhoff stage.

Sunday, July 17
1PM-1:30PM Baltimore City Students Perform
2PM-2:30PM Baltimore City Students Perform
3PM-3:30PM Baltimore City Students Perform
4PM-4:30PM Baltimore City Students Perform

BMoreFit is excited to welcome DanceWalkers back this July with a dance party out of this world! In addition to day-of raffles, BMoreFit will be awarding prizes to participants and teams who come dressed in their best Space-themed gear, in keeping with this year’s Artscape theme. Registration is now open, so create a team and support BMoreFit in just a few easy clicks at!

Registration includes an official DanceWalk t-shirt, BMoreFit swag, and other great giveaways, as well as chances to grab great prizes from one of the many raffles!

Saturday, July 16
10:30AM-12PM BMore Fit Dancewalk

Location: Corpus Christi Church, 110 W Lafayette Ave

Friday, July 15
2PM-3PM Dar Stellabotta Banjo Space Cadet An upbeat folk banjo virtuoso from Southern Maryland plays songs from outer space!
4PM-5PM The Corvus Ensemble* To See the Stars A heavenly mix of music celebrating the Hubble Space Telescope and classical favorites delight the ear.
5:30PM-6:30PM Karter Jaymes Singer-songwriter and acoustic guitarist, Karter Jaymes, brings his unique style to Artscape.

Saturday, July 16
1PM-2PM Organ Concert Organ Concert performed by talented musicians from the region on the beautiful Corpus Christi organ.

2PM-3PM Anita’s Flutes Flutes in Space This flute ensemble features musical selections from different genres reflecting the sounds of space.
3:15PM-4:15PM Organ Concert Organ Concert performed by talented musicians from the region on the beautiful Corpus Christi organ.
4PM-5PM Saturday Mass The parishioners of Corpus Christi Church invite you to join them in celebrating the Mass.
5:30PM-6:30PM Painted Trillium Celtic and Folk Music in Space This talented duo performs original and traditional folk and Celtic music on traditional Celtic instruments.

Sunday, July 17
1PM-2PM Organ Concert Organ Concert performed by talented musicians from the region on the beautiful Corpus Christi organ.
2PM-3PM AmiciMusic* AmiciMusic, By George This one man show on the life and music of George Gershwin features Artistic Director Dr. Daniel Weiser on piano.
3:15PM-4:15PM Organ Concert Organ Concert performed by talented musicians from the region on the beautiful Corpus Christi organ.
4:30PM-5:30PM Giana Lynn Vocalist This young Philadelphia artist and songwriter’s program ranges from impassioned ballads to joyful pop.

Location: Lyric Park, Mount Royal Avenue & West Oliver Street

The Greater Baltimore Cultural Alliance (GBCA) hosts its Culture Tent at Artscape! The tent will be your one-stop shop to experience and learn about the amazing breadth of arts and culture that takes place in the Baltimore region. Throughout the three days of Artscape, GBCA will host music, dance, and theater performances, poetry readings, and demonstrations by GBCA’s member organizations. Area-wide arts, culture, history and heritage organizations large and small will also be on hand to answer questions and tell you all about their year-round programming.

Location: University of Baltimore Student Center, 21 Mt Royal Ave, 5th floor

High Zero Foundation presents a full weekend of mind-bending performances at Artscape

Friday, July 15
2PM-2:30PM Lily Kind & Crystal On a meteor made of noise and friendship, a Seeker wanders amidst the Pop music of Earth.
3PM-3:30 John Berndt Using computers to make human-like music humans can’t make
3PM-3:30PM Zachary Utz Ambient, experimental, processed tape loops and guitar
4PM-4:30PM Sapphogeist Saw-toothed post-future anti-pop
5PM-5:30PM 901 Arts Drumline Youth student drumline from 901 Arts Community Center in Better Waverly
6PM-6:30PM Spyros Pilios Koliavasilis Gorgeous music from Asia Minor on original instruments
7PM-7:30PM Talbolt Johnson Dance and social practice, a conversation in gesture and motion

Saturday, July 16
2PM-2:30PM Sankofa Dance Theater Authentic African dance, theater, and folkways
3PM-3:30PM Rosie Langabeer Oddball kiwi improvising keyboardist
4PM-4:30PM Maryland Korean Traditional Culture Association Traditional Korean music and dance
5PM-5:30PM Organix Trio tran•scend•ent creative jazz
6PM-6:30PM Baltimore Independent Dance Artists Experimental dance and movement
7PM-7:30PM Jeff Surak Lo-fi musique concrete, drone, noise

Sunday, July 17
2PM-2:30PM Tim Nohe Video works: Switched on Cosmonauts in a decaying orbit beam a last message in sound and images.
3PM-3:30PM Network Glass Sound and live visuals expose the glitches and fall-out of digital reality
4PM-4:30PM Luke Stewart Multi-instrumentalist stalwart of DC’s jazz scene
5PM-5:30PM John Berndt Using computers to make human-like music that humans can’t make.
6PM-6:30PM GreyDolf Boundary-crossing underground protest rap
7PM-7:30PM Radiator Greys Cathartic cassette-style power drone from Josh Levi

Location: Artscape Playhouse, 1727 North Charles Street

Host: Umar Khan is Baltimore comedian who has been performing for the past 5 years. He’s become a regular at clubs, colleges, independent shows, and local theaters in the Baltimore and DC areas. He has performed at the Baltimore Comedy Factory, Magooby’s Joke House, Creative Alliance Theater in Baltimore, and the DC Improv. Umar has had the opportunity open up for great comedians like Todd Barry and Hari Kondabolu.

Friday, July 15
9pm-9:12pm Umar Khan
9:14pm-9:24pm Chris Hudson
9:26pm-9:38pm OLGA
9:40pm-9:50pm Cory Cohen
9:52pm-10:02pm Dan Marse-Kapr
10:04pm-10:16pm Elahe Izadi
10:18pm-10:28pm Estelle Kline
10:30pm-10:40pm Collin Baker
10:42pm-10:52pm Joe Welkie
10:53pm-11pm Umar Khan

Saturday, July 16
9pm-9:12pm Umar Khan
9:14pm-9:24pm Rahmein Mostafavi
9:26pm-9:38pm Nicole Fuchs
9:40pm-9:50pm Mike Smith
9:52pm-10:02pm Ken Jordan
10:04pm-10:16pm Josh Kuderna
10:18pm-10:28pm Sandy Bernstein
10:30pm-10:40pm Mark Joyner
10:42pm-10:54pm Stephanie Joyal
10:55pm-11pm Umar Khan

Anywhere and everywhere! Watch for performers who come out of the crowds and stir up the scene!

Friday, July 15

The Marching Elite Marching Band, Starship E.L.I.T.E.
Imagine a dance party on a Starship in the year 3000. The Marching Elite performs an out-of-this-world jam session!

Saturday, July 16

Big Whimsy, The Strolling Aliens
Giant happy aliens invade Artscape on Saturday.

Circus of Wonders, Magic and Bubbles
Watch for roaming space magic and galactic balloon art throughout the festival.

Dance Baltimore, Dance Attacks
The dancers roll up and the next thing you know, you’re in the performance!

Marquis Chandler, ConsciousQuis
This talented rapper will charm with his own take on music.

OrchKids, Spacey Music
Join the OrchKids as they groove with a brass band and a bucket band rhythm section.

Sunday, July 17

Bateria Terra Maria, Samba Parade
Inspired by the Carnivale parades in Rio, the Samba Parade will have you dancing to the rhythms of Brazil and the Carribbean.

Circus of Wonders, Bubbles from Space
Can bubbles exist in space? Well, they can at Artscape!

Iron Crow Theatre, A Wild, Wild Party
From the off-Broadway musical “A Wild Party,” the Iron Crow Theatre performs one of the hits of the show as guests arrive from heaven to attend the party!

Rueda de Casino, Pop-up Dancing
Couples dancing in a circle execute quick moves and switch partners to this infectious music from Cuba.

Location: On the steps in front of the MICA Main Building, 1300 West Mount Royal Avenue

Friday, July 15
4PM-4:30PM Martika Comedy Circus Show With a special kind of quirky humor and a wide variety of tricks, Martika will delight all ages.
5:30PM-6PM Silent Tough Guys Hip-hop Musical Collective Fresh hip-hop artists out of Baltimore, the Silent Tough Guys paint pictures with rhymes.
7PM-7:30PM Pyrophilia The Children of the Sun Veteran fire performers dazzle the eyes of the Earthbound with flaming hoops, staves, swords and more.

Saturday, July 16
11:30AM-12PM Spirit of Ma’at Fusion Belly Dance This Baltimore-based troupe mixes traditional belly dance with hip-hop, African and modern dance.
1PM-1:30PM Harbor City Music Company Sweet Adelines in Space The all women barbershop group sings in four-part harmony about the sun, the moon and the stars.
2:30PM-3PM Artistry Dance Company Space Artistry Young dancers perform in a variety of dance styles.
4PM-4:30PM George Gilbert Show Comedy Magic Show Enjoy mind-boggling illusions, masterful sleights of hand and hilarious improvisation as George makes magic.
5:30PM-6PM Nubian Spin Diversity in the Flow Talented hula hoopers from DC entertain and inspire as they thrill audiences with their many skills.
6:30PM-7PM In The Dark Circus Acts Cosmic Clowns Beaming down from outer space, the dynamic duo amazes with their juggling, spinning, hand balancing and acrobatics.

Sunday, July 17
1PM-1:30PM Harvey and Sam Puppet Company Greatness Out There Jimmy wants to explore space and learns his dreams can come true through hard work.
2:30PM-3PM Golden Dance Experiment The Birth and Death of the Red Giant Star Molecules collide, stars explode, and black holes die as the dancers enact a galactic fire dance.
4PM-4:30PM George Gilbert Show Comedy Magic Show George is back with more hilarious magic!
5:30PM-6PM CLEF Youth Music Project Young musicians delight with their stellar vocal selections.
6:30PM-7PM Vagando Stolti Fools Lost in Space The Wandering Fools Commedia dell’arte Troupe engages in joyful shenanigans full of laughs as they wander in space.

Location: Falvey Hall, 1301 Mount Royal Avenue

Friday, July 15
1:30PM-2:30PM The OL Brothers, Gospel Concert Enjoy happy, uplifting music that will leave you in a cheerful frame of mind.
3:30PM-4:30PM Community Center, Musical Space Featuring accordion, saxophone, violin, clarinet and vocalists, Community Center’s music is steeped in storytelling and theatrical traditions.
5:30PM-6:30PM Orchester Prazevica, Gypsy Pop from Slovakia High energy dance music that draws from the tradition of Eastern European Czardas and Gypsy Swing.
8PM-9PM Sopranessence, Sun, Moon and Stars Above! These talented sopranos take you on a musical journey from operatic arias to beloved songs from American culture.

Saturday, July 16
12PM-1PM Clifton Street Brass, Brass in Space This brass quintet presents a program of music dedicated to space exploration.
2PM-3PM Lyric Opera Baltimore, The Prodigal Son* Beautiful music by Claude Debussy performed in English, this opera tells the familiar Bible story of the outcast returning home.
3:30PM-4:30PM Bach in Baltimore, Heavenly Music of the Baroque* This 30-voice choir delights with the music of Bach and Handel featuring celestial themes
5PM-6PM Lyric Opera Baltimore, The Prodigal Son* Beautiful music by Claude Debussy performed in English, this opera tells the familiar Bible story of the outcast returning home.
7PM-8PM American Studio Orchestra, Blood Moon* A multimedia concert experience, this performance features original music and film by composer/film director Daniel J. Bowen.

Sunday, July 17
12PM-1PM Zakke, Latin Fusion From DC, Zakke’s music blends Latin rhythms with an explosive twist of funk, Ska, disco and rock beats.
1:30PM-2:30PM The Foundation Band, JazzFunkSoul This fluid collaboration of artists paints a musical picture blending pop, jazz, and R&B.
3:30PM-4:30PM The M C Booze Band, Boozin’ Known for their lively jazzy/r&b style, The M C Booze Band features guitar, bass, horn, keys, drums and vocals.
5PM-6PM Black Masala, Dance Grooves Playing a unique mix of punk rock, Balkan brass, Indian bhangra and New Orleans funk, this horn-driven septet is a guaranteed crowd pleaser.
7PM-8PM Carl Grubbs Jazz/String Ensemble, A Tribute to Baltimore This original work, written and arranged by Carl Grubbs, is a musical love letter to the City of Baltimore.

Location: 45 Preston Street

Friday, July 15
5PM-6PM S. Ann Johnson, SMALLTIMORE Artists from various genres share the same SPACE to showcase their work, including dance, comedy, storytelling, poetry and visual art.
7PM-8PM Vaught Contemporary Ballet, Dune the Ballet This story ballet is based on Dune, which is often cited as the world’s best-selling science fiction novel.

Saturday, July 16
12:30PM-1:30PM Cultural Plenera, Drumming and Dance Los Hijo ‘e Plena performs traditional Bomba and Plena music of Puerto Rico.
2:30PM-3:30PM Khadijah Moon, Song of the Space Cadet A one-woman show that fuses storytelling and original music to capture a journey from childhood to adulthood.
4:30PM-5:30PM Circus of Wonders, Magic Outside The Box Enjoy the strange magic of David London, which combines magic with comedy, storytelling, and puppetry to the delight of all.
6:30PM-8:30PM The New Renaissance Theatre Company, A Midsummer Nights Dream Experience one of Shakespeare’s most popular works, performed using the unrehearsed cue script technique, resulting in a fun, fast-paced, family-friendly production.

Sunday, July 17
11AM-12PM Y.A.T.T.A.S. Performing Arts, Broadway at Artscape Talented young performers present excerpts from Fame, The Lion King and Motown.
12:30PM-1:30PM Xpressive4ever Dance Company, The Promised Planet Discover a new planet as these dancers take you on a voyage to a new promised land that is out of this world!
2:30PM-3:30PM Arte Flamenco, La Luna y El Sol…Inner Space/Outer Space This traditional dance form from Spain thrills with its percussive moves and passionate music.
4:30PM-5:30PM SOLE Defined, Frequency A highly energetic, percussive dance theatre show, SOLE Defined ignites the senses with tap dance, body percussion and musical influences from around the world.
6:30PM-7:30PM Night Watch Paradox, Magnificent Machines and Astonishing Tales A time machine based in Baltimore takes a heroic crew through time and space encountering historical and fictional characters and featuring original music. Join the fun!

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