Fell's Point Fun Festival

812 South Ann Street
Saturday, October 03 - Sunday, October 04

The Fell's Point Fun Festival showcases the nautical history, enduring charm and vibrant spirit of one of Baltimore's oldest downtown neighborhoods. Join locals and visitors alike as they peruse the flea market and crafts vendors, enjoy live music and entertainment and patronize Fell's Point's eclectic collection of taverns, shops and merchants.  Five stages featuring music, dancing, and entertainment and activities for children of all ages are set up throughout the neighborhood, and delicacies and libations from all over the world are available on every corner.

Denise Whitman

Tchaikovsky and Bartok

Meyerhoff Symphony Hall
Friday, October 02 - Sunday, October 04

Celebrating folk music's influence on classical traditions, Baltimore Symphony Orchestra Music Director Marin Alsop leads a program filled with life and dance. The concert opens with special guest Harmonia performing traditional folk music of Eastern Europe, followed by Bartok's towering Concerto for Orchestra and Tachikovsky's brilliant Violin Concerto.


3 Mo' Divas

Lyric Opera House
Friday, October 02

3 Mo' Divas: A New Concert Smashing Musical Barriers is a thrilling evening of entertainment wrapped around a unique and proven concept! Seeing 3 Mo' Divas for the first time is an exhilarating experience! The three women are all classically trained vocalists and all possessing Class, Sass & Style. The discovery of their phenomenal vocal versatility is nothing short of astonishing! The concert delivers some stupefying, genre jumping feats that continue to amaze audiences: including opera, Broadway, movies, jazz, blues, soul, R&B, rock & roll, spirituals and gospel.


Da Vinci - The Genius

Maryland Science Center
Thursday, October 01 - Sunday, January 31

A rare look at the genius of one man that influenced generations to come. Direct from Italy - Da Vinci's machines, inventions, paintings, sculptures, writings and drawings. The genius of Da Vinci from aeronautics to medicine, artistry to weapons of war - all on display in this extraordinary exhibition's first visit to the East Coast.

Poe in Person

Baltimore Theatre Project
Monday, September 21 - Sunday, October 04

Critically acclaimed actor David Keltz presents this multi-character solo tour-de-force re-creation of Poe's ingenious tales of humor and horror, his romantic poetry, and his incisive literary criticism.


Heroes in our Midst

The Walters Art Museum
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Wednesday, September 16 - Sunday, January 03

Inspired by the Heroes exhibition and its emphasis on the myths of Herakles, Odysseus, Achilles and Helen. Art on Purpose presents this project about modern-day Baltimore individuals who share attributes with the ancient Greek heroes.

Amy Mannarino

Hispanic Heritage Month

Various locations throughout Baltimore
Tuesday, September 15 - Thursday, October 15

A month to recognize the contributions of Hispanic Americans to the United States and to celebrate Hispanic heritage and culture.

Annual Parade of Lighted Boats

Inner Harbor and Fells Point
Tuesday, December 01

Baltimore's nautical spirit is all aglow for the annual Parade of Lighted Boats. More than 50 boats and pleasure crafts, bedecked and sparkling in their holiday finery, make their way from Baltimore's world-famous Inner Harbor to Fells Point, festooned with holiday lights. Santa Claus himself has been known to set sail for the occasion!    

Betsy McMahan

Thanksgiving Day Parade & Thanksgiving Week

Thursday, November 26

Baltimore’s Thanksgiving Day Parade has long been a staple of the Baltimore community, and now is your chance to take part in this cherished event with the entire Baltimore community.

Under Armour Baltimore Running Festival

Saturday, October 10

M&T Bank Stadium can be quite an inspiring place, and the perfect venue to hold the annual Baltimore Running Festival.

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