Tag: Concert

RESCHEDULED: Jon Wood Band – Free Concert at Quarry Lake at Greenspring on June 20!


Jon Wood Band

Due to predicted bad weather with rain and thunderstorms, the concert has been rescheduled to Thursday, June 20th from 6-9 pm. We look forward to seeing you with better weather! Jon Wood Band Live at Quarry Lake at Greenspring!

Enjoy a night of music, waterfront views and great food and drinks at the Quarry on June 20th from 6-9 pm. Bring your lawn chairs and blankets or just stand and jam. Come hungry! Stop by Citron for drinks and appetizers off of their happy hour menu and enjoy complimentary snacks and an infused water station from La Food Marketa during the show! No ticket needed – family friendly. Look for event signs directing to the concert and parking! A great way to kick off summer.

Beach House at the Hippodrome Theatre on June 11


The Beach House

Baltimore’s own, Beach House, returns to the city this summer! On Tuesday, June 11, the legendary Hippodrome Theatre welcomes Beach House with special guests, Dan Deacon and William Cashion of Future Islands. Tickets can be purchased here.

50 Cent Punches Female Fan in Baltimore, Then Invites Her to Dance Onstage

Still via YouTube/TMZ

Curtis Jackson III, known to most as 50 Cent, stopped at Baltimore Soundstage to perform on Saturday. In an odd twist of events, the world-famous rapper punched a female fan who pulled him off the stage, then made her a peace offering by letting her come up to dance.

Beyonce Graces Baltimore With Her Presence



It takes money to make money, especially if you’re bringing a big name entertainer to town.



Artscape DJ

Ratscape Brings Punk Marathon to Artscape Weekend


It’s not Scapescape, it’s not Whartscape, it’s… Ratscape! The Hour Haus (right above Arts and Craftsman/ next to Joe Squared on North Avenue) is hosting 47 mostly local bands over the three days of Artscape weekend. Fifty bucks will get you entry for all three days AND a meal AND five beers each day. That’s a pretty bangin’ deal.

Check out the Facebook event here.  (Also, I’d highly recommend reading the comments under Simon Mugzilla’s post in there – an interesting semi-dialogue on profit in the punk/local music world.)

The lineup looks like this: