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December 6, 2023
COURTESY OF ROSIE JANG Don't let finals keep you from enjoying fun events with your friends.

Don’t procrastinate this week; get your final essays and projects out of the way early for once. This weekend is packed with some pretty lit events for you and your friends to enjoy before exams roll around.


Tony Roberts (21+ Event), Baltimore Comedy Factory (7:00 p.m. — 8:30 p.m.)

Looking for laughs? Tickets are available to one of the Tony Roberts tour shows this very weekend. With just five performances scheduled on this year’s tour, the next Tony Roberts show will be at Baltimore Comedy Factory. You’re free to reserve the location and size of your table according to the party with which you plan on attending this event. Don’t miss out on a night of live humor and unforgettable fun. 

Bertha’s Saturday Happy Hour, Bertha’s Mussels (5:00 p.m. — 8:00 p.m.)

After a long hiatus away, Bertha’s Mussels is happy to announce yet another happy hour with all of their music friends! Make sure to join them outside on the patio, socially distanced, this weekend for some live blues, soul, R&B and a few of their own original tunes. There isn’t much that beats live music and discounted drinks. 


Wigflex City Festival 2021, Mars Super Markets Inc. (5 p.m. — Monday 11:00 a.m.)

Get this: Nottingham’s leading multidisciplinary music and arts festival. Right near you.

That’s right!

Hot on the heels of their inaugural Wigflex City Festival, Mars Super Markets Inc. has decided to take things up a notch and explore more “weird and wonderful untouched venues” that are spread across the city center. With the festivals rising in popularity and attracting the press, electronic music and sound all around and a commissioned art installation, this is a great event to get hyped up for! 

TowsonTown Festival, Towson Chamber of Commerce, Inc. (9:00 a.m. — 6:00 p.m.) 

We Hopkins students all love our neighboring town, Towson. For some of us, it’s where the mall is, and for others, it’s where the nearest Trader Joe’s is. And, of course, it’s also where the TowsonTown Spring Festival, one of the largest outdoor festivals in Maryland, is. 

There’s no better time than now to go make fond, food-filled memories at the festival. This yearly festival arguably puts our Spring Fair to shame; it’s known for featuring some of the area’s best gourmet food trucks. So grab a blanket, your wallets, a camera and a small group of friends and have a picnic. 

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