Weekend Events Calendar: Gogol Bordello, Old Time Music Festival, Baltimore Wing Festival and more

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Gogol Bordello plays in Belgium for Festival Dranouter in 2018. Photo by Luk Dombrecht, via Flickr.

This weekend, do something new. Check out a new brewery, an inaugural old-time festival or a new album from a local band. Here’s the lineup:

Friday, March 22

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Baltimore Old Time Music Festival: March 22-23 at Creative Alliance. The inaugural event gathers singers, dancers and musicians including Bruce Molsky, Corn Potato String Band and The Local Honeys. Plus, workshops and a Baltimore square dance are among the activities.

Fully Tilted Grand Opening Weekend: Through March 24 at Full Tilt Brewing. The brewery and taproom on York Road is officially up and pouring. To celebrate, it’ll have beer releases, music and a chance to check out the in-house video games.

The Sixth Baltimore Hackathon: Through March 24 at University of Baltimore Merrick School of Business. The weekend-long event offers the chance to join a team and build new tech. Prizes are awarded Sunday.

Unpublished Games Festival: March 22-24 at Hunt Valley Inn. Head out to the county to play board games made by more than 100 designers. Vendors will also be on hand, and a couple special guests.

Masarap Pop-Up: March 22-23 at Fadensonnen. Chef Rey Eugenio cooks up Filipino dishes at the beer hall.

Harry Potter & the Order of the Phoenix in concert: March 22 and 24 at Meyerhoff Symphony Hall. The Baltimore Symphony Orchestra offers a live soundtrack to the fifth installment of the Harry Potter series.

Triple Beer Release Friday Edition: 4-8 p.m. at Oliver Brewing Company. The brewery puts out the dry-hopped citrus IPA I Wish I Was At The Yard, the hazy double IPA Harbinger and the imperial stout The Devil Made Me Do It.

Lithuanian Egg Dying Event: 5-11 p.m. at Lithuanian Hall. Learn how to use wax and dyeing baths to create Easter eggs in the Marguciai style.

“Heavy Light”: 7 p.m. at UNION Craft Brewing. Pique Collective performs the work by Steven Mackey inside the brewery.

“Devin Allen: Spaces of the Unentitled”: 7 p.m. at the Peale Center. It’s the final night and final performance featuring the Baltimore photographer’s work exploring “the architectural history of the homes and lives left behind.”

Carbon Leaf: 7 p.m. at Baltimore Soundstage. The alt-country group is joined by Kurt Deemer Band downtown.

Whose Live Anyway?: 8 p.m. at the Modell Lyric. Dave Foley, Joel Murray, Greg Proops and Jeff B. Davis bring the classic improv comedy show to the stage.

Slumber Party! Hexgirlfriends release show: 8 p.m. at The Windup Space. The Baltimore band is joined by Super City, The Fun Boys and Dreambush to celebrate a new album.

Gogol Bordello: 9 p.m. at Rams Head Live. The gypsy punks celebrate 20 years with one of their energetic live shows.

“Dinner With Friends”: Through April 7 at Everyman Theatre. Food writers stir up an appetizing drama on stage in this play by Donald Margulies.

“Crimes of the Heart”: through March 24 at Vagabond Players Inc. The Pulitzer Prize-winning play follows three sisters from Mississippi who are all having a rough go of it.

“Henry IV, Part II”: Through April 7 at Chesapeake Shakespeare Company. Falstaff makes an appearance downtown in the second part of Shakespeare’s classic.

Saturday, March 23
Spring Fling ’19: noon-midnight at Old Line Spirits. The distillery marks its two-year anniversary with a limited-release rum, live music, barbecue, oysters and more.

Charm City Gearswap: 1 p.m. at Charm City Meadworks. Got some old music gear? Here’s a chance to offload it, and enjoy some music (and mead) in the process.

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Baltimore Wing Festival: Through March 24 at Power Plant Live! The Inner Harbor event presents more than 20 vendors and 60-plus styles of wings. Plus, cheese fries, axe throwing and craft beer.

CHARM: 2019 Friendraiser and Mixer: 7 p.m. at Bird in Hand. “CHARM: Voices of Baltimore Youth” features prose and poetry from young Baltimoreans. The preview party for their next publication features light fare, beer, wine, coffee, pastries and a raffle.

The Fierce Chicks EPIC Karaoke Fundraiser: 7 p.m. at The Windup Space. Sing for yourself, or sing to benefit Moveable Feast.

“Magic Tree”: 7 p.m. at Black Cherry Puppet Theater. Head to an evening for Turkish Shadow Puppetry performed by Ayhan Hülagü.

Circuit Villains: 7 p.m. at Metro Gallery. The Baltimore rock band releases a new album.

Bill Griffith Talk and Signing: 7 p.m. at Atomic Books. The comics legend and creator of “Zippy the Pinhead” has a new book titled “Nobody’s Fool – The Life And Times Of Schlitzie The Pinhead.”

Swanktacular V: RingBling BROS: 8 p.m. at Zion Church of Baltimore City. Baltimore Rock Opera Society gathers for a circus-filled evening with local food, drinks by Baltimore Spirits Company, music from Joy Postell and rock opera.

Hamentashen & Roses: A Radical Purim Party: 8 p.m. at Peabody Heights Brewing. The event marking the Jewish holiday Purim features klezmer dancing, DJ sets and more.

The Skatalites: 8:30 p.m. at Ottobar. The legendary ska band makes a stop in Baltimore on its 55th anniversary tour.

Portal: 9 p.m. at Baltimore Free Farm. The community gathering honoring the spring equinox features music, visual arts, performing arts and more.

I Wanna Dance with Somebody: 10 p.m. at The Crown. DJ Mills spins classics of ’80s hip-hop and R&B.

Sunday, March 24
Pig Parts and Pancakes Brunch: 11 a.m.-3 p.m. at foraged. The Hampden eatery features locally sourced ingredients from a variety of farms.

Femmes in Food: noon at Eubie Blake National Jazz Institute. The event celebrates female culinary expertise with a panel discussion, food and music.

Corn Hole Tournament: noon-5 p.m. at UNION Craft Brewing. Sixteen teams square off at the third annual event, competing for a custom corn hole set of their very own.

The Ghosts of Johns Hopkins: 2-3 p.m. at The Engineers Club. Antero Pietila discusses his new book that “explores how Hopkins and his legacy also impacted the racial patterns and climate of our city.”

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The Charmery Calls it Lebowski: 3 and 6 p.m. The ice cream destination presents a full sensory screening of “The Big Lebowski” at its Medfield factory location. Really ties the room together.

An Evening with Fleetwood Mac: 8 p.m. at Royal Farms Arena. The hitmakers behind “Rumours,” “Tusk” and other classic albums make a stop in downtown Baltimore.

Alash: 8 p.m. at Creative Alliance. The Tuvan throat singers make a return visit to Highlandtown.

Kotic Couture: 8 p.m. at Metro Gallery. The artist combining hip-hop and Baltimore Club headlines a bill with DDm, RoVo Monty and Chiffon.


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