As classes pick up, give yourself a well-deserved break from studying this weekend to enjoy some of these events around Baltimore!
Michelle & Jason Hannan at Full Tilt Brewing, 6 p.m.
Fans of country and Americana music, this one is for you! Stop by Full Tilt Brewing this Friday night to hear this Maryland-based duo perform their favorite country covers. If Full Tilt Brewing’s extensive drink menu does not appeal to you, don’t worry! The brewery also offers a plethora of food options to munch on while you listen.
Friday Night Stand-up in The Lou Room, 7:30 p.m. and 9:30 p.m.
Looking for a laugh this Friday? Stop by The Lou Room in Hampden for one of two (or both!) stand-up comedy shows held every Friday. Tickets are $5, and drink specials are offered weekly. Those who purchase tickets for the early show are allowed to stay for the late show at no extra cost, capacity permitting!
Emo Nite at Ottobar, 9 p.m.
Emo Nite, a celebration of emo culture and music, is stopping in Baltimore this Friday night. Explicitly not “a band or DJ crew,” Emo Nite is a touring party you’re invited to take part! Tickets are $16.
Remington Community Cleanup, 10 – 11:30 a.m.
Take part in The Remington Community Cleanup, which happens every third Saturday of the month! All necessary cleanup materials will be provided for you. Meet at the Church of the Guardian Angel in Remington, only a 15-minute walk from the Brody Learning Commons.
Baltimore Square Dance at Mobtown Ballroom, 7:30 – 11 p.m.
Whether you’re new to square dancing or have been doing it for years, Baltimore Square Dance invites you to the Mobtown Ballroom for a night of dancing to live music. Proof of COVID-19 vaccination is required to attend; tickets are $10 for students.
Black-Owned Restaurant Tour Week
This Sunday is the first day of the Black-Owned Restaurant Tour Week, hosted by the Downtown Partnership of Baltimore and the local Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association Host Committee. Check out the comprehensive Black-owned restaurant itinerary that the group has compiled and dine at the restaurants which speak to you! Reservations are sometimes required but always recommended.
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