Events in Baltimore this weekend

September 24, 2015

Thursday

2015 High Zero Festival The Baltimore Theater Project, 8:30 p.m. High Zero is a festival of improvised experimental music including percussion, electronics, visuals and a variety of other media. The festival opens Thursday, Sept. 24, but it continues through Sept. 27. There will be one solo and several group performances every night. The Theater Project is near Mt. Royal Station. Tickets are $10 for students.

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Friday

Llamadon Presents ‘Pizza Portal’ Metro Gallery, 9 p.m. Metro Gallery’s Facebook event describes ‘Pizza Portal’ as “an inter-dimensional journey through sauce and sound.” Basically there will be free pizza (including vegan and vegetarian options) as well as live performances by DJs and artists. Tickets are $7 in advance and $10 the day of the show. Show up early to guarantee yourself a slice, and get there for free by taking the JHMI to the Penn Station stop.

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Saturday

Bombadillo Festival Druid Hill Park, 11 a.m.–11 p.m. The Bombadillo Festival boasts 12 hours of music on four stages as well as food trucks presented by The Gathering, vendors, art displays and full bars (for those who are over 21). Druid Hill Park is absolutely stunning (and enormous); this festival is the perfect way to escape the urban landscape without leaving behind the art, music and culture Baltimore has to offer. Tickets are available online for $39.50.

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Sunday

Baltimore Student Film Showcase The Senator Theatre, 10 p.m. On Sunday night, works by current students from Baltimore and the surrounding area will be on view at the Senator Theatre in northern Baltimore. It is truly a student production since students from several universities have selected the works. Support your fellow students and see what they have created! Admission is free, and there will be beer, candy and other refreshments for sale.

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