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Events this weekend (Sept. 22–24)

By LEISURE EDITOR | September 21, 2023



The biggest event in Baltimore, Artscape, is back this weekend after a three-year hiatus!

It’s another event-full weekend in Baltimore! Take advantage of the last weekend of the Baltimore Restaurant Week and check out the Artscape festival right on our doorsteps! 


Artscape, 11 a.m.–11 p.m. 

The biggest free art festival in the U.S. is back after a three-year break! You can find many art exhibits, musical performances and dances that stretch from Penn Station down to Mount Vernon. This event runs through the entire weekend so make sure to check it out!

Comedy night at Union Craft Brewing, 8–9 p.m. 

Headlining this week’s stand-up comedy at Union Craft Brewing is Brendan Eyre, one of the top young comedians in the country. The location is conveniently located within the range of the Blue Jay Shuttles and tickets are $15. 


Baltimore Restaurant Week

Take advantage of the tail-end of the Baltimore restaurant week and get a five-course meal for much cheaper than they usually go for! Here’s a list of the participating restaurants to see what you might be interested in.

Nate Bargatze’s The Be Funny Tour, performances at 7 p.m. and 9:30 p.m.

Nate Bargatze is bringing his comedy tour to Baltimore! A clean and seasoned comic (with many appearances on late-night shows), Nate will always promise you a good laugh. Note that show times vary on Sunday, with performances at 5 p.m. and 8 p.m. Tickets start at $30.


Tiona Nekkia McClodden exhibit at the BMA

The Baltimore Museum of Art is adding McClodden’s “Play Me Home” video display to their “How Do We Know the World?” contemporary art reinstallation. It captures many of the traditions in the American South. If you ever need another reason to visit the BMA, here’s a good one!

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