Events in Baltimore this weekend: Oct. 15-18

October 15, 2015

Thursday

GhostFood Penn Station Plaza, 6 to 9 p.m. GhostFood is an art piece developed by artist Miriam Simun and presented by The Contemporary (a nomadic Baltimore museum) in collaboration with the Program in Museums and Society at Hopkins. The work is a food truck that serves simulated “flavor experiences” of foods soon to be nonexistent due to climate change.

Friday

Luvadocious Live Voyage The Crown, 9 p.m. Baltimore artists Al Rogers, Jr. and Drew Scott are collaborating on a new project they call Luvadocious. On Friday night they will be performing some of Luvadocious’s new sounds before they are released. Various other Baltimore favorites including Blaqstarr, Joy Postell, The Breedz, Malik Ferraud, Trillnatured and Blacksage are also scheduled to perform. It will no doubt be a night of diverse music and good vibes.

Saturday

Protomartyr with Amanda X and Alone Time Metro Gallery, 8 p.m. The acclaimed post-punk group Protomartyr will be playing Metro Gallery this Saturday night. Protomartyr has the rare talent of telling haunting personal stories in an accessible way. Their new album, The Agent Intellect, is easy listening at first, but its complexity and depth emerge after a few plays. This band is well worth any rock fan’s Saturday night and at $10, tickets are an absolute steal.

EARTHSEED X EARTHSEED Floristree, 9 p.m. EARTHSEED X EARTHSEED is a monthly arts and culture event celebrating diversity in the arts and supporting activism in the Baltimore community. This month’s event will feature DJs, experimental musicians and visual art. All proceeds from the show will support the artists, Earthseed and The Baltimore Transgender Alliance.

Sunday

Pity Sex with Wild Honey (EP Release), Spencer Radcliffe, Blacksage and Romantic States Ottobar, 8 p.m. Check out the beautifully shoegaze-y tunes of Pity Sex and party in celebration of Wild Honey’s new EP, Your Face Sideways. There is no better way to spend a Sunday night than seeing five great artists for $12.

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