If a free Saturday night summer block party in one of Baltimore’s more interesting historic neighborhoods isn’t enough to grab your attention, ther’’s this: Modern-day Baltimore club stars TT the Artist and DJ Trillnatured and Philly radio star and remix queen DJ Diamond Kuts are providing the soundtrack.
The lineup for the Luv’s Art Project Block Party comes courtesy of the three-day Red Bull Amaphiko Festival, which bills itself as a series of “workshops, performances, and events celebrating the spirit of social innovation and creativity in Baltimore.” Yesterday’s Medicine Show at Arena Players fixated on the art of storytelling, artistry and entrepreneurship, and tomorrow’s summit in Station North offers sessions on “the intersections between creativity, business and social innovation.”
Tonight in Hollins Market, it’s all about fun and community, with food and drink (courtesy of City of Gods and others) to enjoy with the pulse provided by the trio of female club DJs.
6 p.m.-midnight, Hollins Market, 26 S. Arlington Ave., website.
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