It is shaping up to be another beautiful weekend with temperatures in the 60s and the rain holding off. Take advantage of it by checking out Light City before its lights out or head to an Orioles game. Prefer to stay indoors? Check out some musical acts or grab your wallet for a little shopping spree. Want us to feature your event? Send us an email at [email protected]
Weekend of April 20 – 22
Friday, April 20:
[email protected]City: 4/18/18 – 4/21/18 at the IMET Columbus Center. Make sure to check out the remaining Labs including ArtLab on 4/20 from 8am – 12pm, MakerLab from 1pm – 5pm and on Saturday 4/21, check out the FoodLab from 10am – 4pm.
Light City – a Festival of Light, Music and Innovation: 4/20 – 4/21 With no rain in the forecast, head downtown and embrace the lights, music and innovation that is Light City Baltimore on its closing weekend.
Spring Dance Concert: 4/19/18 – 4/21/18 at Baltimore School for the Arts. Highlighting a mix of both ballet and modern works, enjoy this year’s Spring Dance Concert.
Baltimore Orioles: 4/20/18 – 4/22/18 at Camden Yards. The boys are back in town to face the Cleveland Indians.
Johns Hopkins Spring Fair: 4/20/18 – 4/22/18 at Johns Hopkins University Homewood Campus. Browse the unique arts and crafts vendors, savor the exquisite dishes from the food court, and get down to good tunes and good vibes at this year’s Spring Fair.
Peter Max Retrospective Exhibition: 4/20/18 – 4/28/18 at Y:ART Gallery. Admire this newly-curated collection by legend Peter Max which includes a tribute to the City of Baltimore.
Kevin Morby at the Ottobar: Sway to the sounds of Kevin Morby while he takes you on a trip of wanderlust playing tunes from his new album, City Music.
$2 Family Fun Night at Port Discovery: For just $2 per person, enjoy a night of exploring, learning and playing at the Port Discovery with the whole family.
Bull and Shrimp Feast from 7:00pm – 11:00pm at UAW Hall in Baltimore: Join the Hearing and Speech Agency for some good food and good times to support a great cause
Saturday, April 21:
Greener Fest at Diamondback Brewing Company from 11:00am – 10:00pm: Raise a glass to Diamondback Beer. This year’s event features two can drops, food trucks, kid friendly activities, live music and more!
BSO Presents Music Box – In the Treetops 10:00am and 11:30am at the Meyerhoff: Travel to the rainforest and enjoy the sounds of exotic birds and playful monkeys with your little ones as you both explore music through this interactive performance.
Fells Point Privateer Festival from 11:00am to 6:00 pm at Broadway Square: Ahoy Matey! Walk the plank down to Fell’s Point to celebrate Baltimore’s maritime prowess. Play with parrots, gaze at living mermaids, sip grog, taste grub, shop the booths and so much more. Yo Ho Ho!
Mezzo: An Experimental Fashion Event 5:00pm and 8:00pm at Baltimore War Museum: Designed, directed and produced by artists from MICA’s Fiber Department’s Multi Media Event Class, this event’s fashion experiment will provoke a sense of movement, rhythm and curiosity.
One Year Anniversary of Sagamore Spirit Distillery from 11:00am – 6:30pm: Oh how a year flies by! Filling hundreds of barrels of whiskey and welcoming over 30,000 guests, Sagamore Spirit Distillery will be celebrating their one year anniversary with music, food, lawn games and whiskey, of course.
Improv Will Save Our Planet from 8:00pm – 9:00pm at the BIG Theater: Kick off Earth Week with some laughs by watching a team of improvisers pay tribute to Mother Earth.
Sunday, April 22:
Annual 1/2 Off Sale at Radcliffe Jewelers from 4/22/18 – 4/28/18: With a huge selection to choose from, don’t miss your chance to find an amazing piece (or pieces) at unbeatable prices.
Rev & Whiskey at Sagamore Spirit from 11:00am to 2:00pm hosted by Sagamore Spirit and Rev Cycle Studio: Add some sweat to your Sunday with the best waterfront spin class ever as Rev Cycle Studio takes you for a ride at Sagamore Spirit.
Highlandtown Wine Festival from 1:00pm – 6:00pm at the corner of Conkling & Claremont: Whether you are a wine connoisseur or more of a “rose all day”, celebrate wine with Highlandtown.
Wonderlic Piano Concert at 3:30pm at Community Concerts at Second: Spend the afternoon listening to this year’s winners tickle the ivories.
Free Spring Concert of Masters at 4pm at St. Louis Church in Clarksville: Enjoy the sights and sounds from the Renaissance and Baroque Masters of Europe by the Barclay Brass and St. Louis Choir.
Check back next Thursday to start planning your weekend!
*Entries in boldface indicate a Baltimore Fishbowl advertiser.