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Come out for the annual charity concert supporting Ronald McDonald House of Washington, D.C. and enjoy live music from local bands, food, drink, raffles, giveaways, and more! Rock out to support the local Klugs family and the RMHC.
Festival featuring musical perfomances by Brooks Long & The Mad Dog No Good, and J. Pope& Funk Friday.
The Family Music Jam and Music Festival takes place in Joseph Lee Park, beginning June 22nd with The Lorax. The festival holds monthly open mic and jam sessions in the park during the day, as well as a feature movie at night. Feature movies include The Lorax, Wreck in Ralph, The Dark Night Rises, and The Avengers.
Enjoy live music, free beer (2/person, 21+ w/ valid ID), cornhole, and ping pong at Downtown’s chilliest outdoor happy hour. Center plaza is located at the corner of N. Charles & Fayette Street.
All ages are welcome to attend this annual 3 day headbanging fest. Doors open at 4pm.
Celebrating the cultural diversity of Lancaster and the people who live there, this event features local food, beer, wine and entertainment. Live music will include rock, latin and r&b.
Featuring over 47 bands, such as MOE, Keller Williams, Steve Kimock, Tea Leaf Green, Anders Osborne, Everyone Orchestra, and Yellow Dubmarine. For more information, and to purchase tickets, please visit www.lunarbayfetival.com
It's not quite in Ocean City, but it's worth an extra trek back toward civilization. You'll get peach everything here, from pie eating contests, to peach pit guessing contests to handmade arts and crafts. We can't promise there will be millions of peaches, but there should be more than enough to go around.
Quite a weekend for the cycling and/or Frederick enthusiast. This year's tour includes rides for all skill levels, from an 8-mile family ride to the "leisurely" 24-mile "ramble" and the ole' "metric century" for grizzled veterans. Ride up and down mountains, to Gettysburg and back, or just stick around town for the ghost tour Friday night.
From June 14-29th, the Columbia Festival of the Arts featuers a wide variety of performances, exhibitions, showcases and workshops for all ages and interests. The festival highlights not only the arts, but Howard County as a whole.
Back for its tenth season, "Summer Sounds at the Square" brings you live music from some of the area's top bands and a dynamic blend of retail, dining, and convenient service options. Concerts occur every Friday from 6-9pm at Belvedere Square a full schedule can be found at http://www.belvederesquare.com.
Baltimore's 33rd annual LatinoFest (June 22nd and 23rd) will feature headlining performances from Toby Love, Herman Olivera, and Frankie Vazquez and many more. Of course, in addition to the highly dancable musical performances, there will be all of the costumed dancers and traditional foods that make latino culture unique.
The BMI Farmers' Market offers a convenient place to purchase fresh local foods and buy artisan items not available in stores.
Family fun and the Pennysylvania Dutch are the focus points of this summer fest, the oldest folklife festival in America. This 9 day celebration features 200 juried craftsman, historical reenactments, antiques, food music and dancing.
Enjoy Italian (and Italian American) films projected outside every Friday in July and August. Some of this year's selections include Cinema Paradisio and Moonstruck.
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The Harlem Globetrotters help to open Towson University's new Tiger Arena with three games on June 19, June 20, and June 21.
It's time to lace up your favorite dancing shoes and head out to the Reginald F. Lewis Museum for a night of hand dancing, line dancing, and two steping.
It's an art show! It's a fashion runway fashion show! It's both a fashion show and an art show (red carpet fashion viewings included), in honor of our inaugural fashion issue. At the Fashionable Art Show guests can enjoy the musical styling of DJ's J Mack and Jason Joseph whilst sipping on cocktails at the open bar.
See East Baltimore’s famous painted screens and sites up close on the first “Painted Screens Pilgrimage.” Join Elaine Eff, painted screen’s authority, for a personalized bus tour with stops from Little Bohemia to Fells Point. Start with breakfast and view the documentary film The Screen Painters. Tour begins and ends at The Patterson.
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