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Events this weekend (Sept. 24 – Sept. 26)

By LEISURE EDITOR | September 24, 2021

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A night (or two) out at these exciting outdoor music events this weekend may be in your best interest. 

Take the weekend before exam season rolls around to get off campus and enjoy various music and food events with your friends! You won’t regret a fun and warm weekend spent out and about.

Friday

Center Plaza Summer Concert Series, Center Plaza (5:30 p.m. – 7:30 p.m.)

Bring your own blanket and booze and enjoy weekly summer concerts on the Center Plaza lawn. Some weeks will feature local food trucks and pop-up vendors, and some might be more of a dance party. Outside and free.

Saturday

Pretty Girls Love Trap Music (with a twerk of R&B) DAY PARTY, Sangria Patio Bar (5 p.m. – 9 p.m.)

Baltimore’s “sexiest day party” to end this hot girl summer — a perfect “darty” for those who want to listen and dance to the hottest trap music hits. Free. 

Back 2 The Patio: 90's On The Patio, Sangria Patio Bar (6 p.m. – 1 a.m.)

RSVP-only event. Enjoy amazing food-and-drink specials with friends while listening to great vibes in a safe atmosphere on the outdoor patio. Casual but mandatory mature dress code required. Masks required. 

Sunday

Guns N’ Roses 2021 Tour, Royal Farms Arena (7 p.m.)

Guns N' Roses return to Royal Farms Arena with special guest mammothwvh! Tickets are still available for purchase with prices ranging from $45 to $235. You can reserve parking around the nearby area online via ParkWhiz. 

Sunday Jazz Brunch, The Brass Tap (11:30 a.m. – 2 p.m.)

Bring your friends for Sunday Funday! Serving mimosa flights, brunch boards and much more, The Brass Tap also has an expansive outdoor patio. The Michael Raitzyk Jazz Trio will play, and what’s more endearing than food and drink that’s accompanied by live music? Must book reservations via OpenTable. 

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