Events in Baltimore this weekend: Oct. 22-25

October 22, 2015

Thursday - Saturday 

MICA Haunted House: FEVER DREAM BBOX: The Gateway, various MICA’s annual horrifying student-run project is back. Experience your worst nightmares in this year’s Fever Dream-themed haunted house. Warning: MICA’s haunted houses are notoriously terrifying. It will run Thursday from 10 p.m. to 12:30 a.m., Friday from 8:30 p.m. to 12 a.m. and Saturday from 7-9:30 p.m. Tickets are $10.

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Friday

Al Rogers, Jr., Milo, S.al and Hemlock Ernst The Crown, 9 p.m. Samuel Herring of Baltimore’s Future Islands will be hosting an event at The Crown on Friday night. It will feature Baltimore artist Al Rogers, Jr. along with Milo and S.al of Milwaukee. Herring will begin the night with a rap set from his project Hemlock Ernst. The night will feature hours of diverse music and will likely draw a solid crowd. Entry is $7.

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Saturday

Doors Open Baltimore Various locations, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Doors Open Baltimore, presented by the Baltimore Architecture Foundation, is a free event offering tours of buildings across the city. Various sites, including The Walters Art Museum, will host special events. It is a great opportunity to interact with local architects and learn more about the buildings we pass by every day. Check out www.doorsopenbaltimore.org for the full schedule.

The Great Baltimore Oyster Festival West Shore Park, 1 to 5 p.m. The first Great Baltimore Oyster Festival will take place at West Shore Park in the Inner Harbor this upcoming Saturday. Entry is free, but there will be vendors for all your oyster (and non-oyster) needs. The event will feature live music, oyster boat tours and specials on oyster plates.

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Sunday

Superheaven with Us & Us Only, Lilac Daze and Spill Metro Gallery, 6:30 p.m. In case you haven’t gotten your fill of the weekend and you’re one of few students freed from the Sunday night library grind, check out this diverse group of rock acts at everyone’s favorite Station North punk venue.

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