Baltimore Festivals – Short List for Rest of the Summer

Baltimore Festivals – Short List for Rest of the Summer

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

Baltimore International Youth Festival

Date: August 12th 2017

Time: 12pm – 5pm

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


Baltimore international youth festival


Baltimore Carnival 2017

Baltimore Carnival 2017

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


Buddy Pass

Buddy Pass

Summer, Summer, Summer– Time!!!   Yes yall…. time for another exciting musical event ….  Just come and feel the vibes!!!  what you waiting for?

Big Vibe


Buddy Pass

Buddy Pass is something to do in Baltimore

Buddy Pass

July 15th 2017

9pm – 2am

A live ass party with real friends.
DJs: Mr. 14th and Josh Stokes!

For $10, you and a friend get in.
($7 if ur dolo, but make a friend in line)

Hip-Hop/R&B/House/Trap/Dance Hall/Edm/whatever the vibe we all set! Just be prepared to dance!

Flyer/Art direction: Renan Machado


Ticket Information




Is something to do in Baltimore!!!!

Dovecote Cafe and Young EllaBaker have teamed up to present Issa Vibe Day Party is a celebration of music art and food. Issa Vibe aims to be a space for networking and dancing.
Just because pride week is over doesn’t mean we stop partying

Fri Jun 23 2017 at 05:00 pm to 09:30 pm


*Sweet cherry girl
*Ducky Dynamo

Feature performance by Wifty
Hosted By *Young EllaBaker

*live Grafitti art* *raffles*prizes
This event is byob but special house drinks will be available
$5.00 entry
Rsvp at for free entry

2 dollar crabs will be available at 7


*Vintange Thrivals
*paintings by Sb *Up in Smoke Hookah
looking for more vendors

Lee Boys Entertainment – The Fourth Annual White Party

Lee Boys Entertainment – The Fourth Annual White Party

BYOB – BYOF – Sheronda Lang Performing

I Did It My Way + Feel The Breeze

I Did It My Way + Feel The Breeze

Its confirmed and all that is left is for you to save the date and come on out! You already know it’s gonna be a summer time hit!!

I Did It My Way + Feel The Breeze

July 8th, 2017

8pm – 12:30am

  • Complimentary Chef-prepared cuisine
  • Live Band
  • DJ Lil Mike

Host committee:

  • Susan Smallwood
  • Brandon Bull
  • Honour Drew
  • Juan Lo

Science Center

Dont Miss IT  !



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