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Events this weekend (Jan. 26–28)

By LEISURE EDITOR | January 25, 2024

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ARUSA MALIK / DESIGN AND LAYOUT EDITOR

Celebrate the beginning of the spring semester with comedy shows, craft expos and football!

Welcome back to school! The first weekend of the spring semester is bustling with fun things to do around the city, headlined, of course, by the AFC Championship game that is bringing the Kansas City Chiefs and Taylor Swift to town! 

Friday

Baltimore Improv Group Comedy Show, 7–10 p.m. 

Check out the Baltimore Improv Group on Friday night at the BIG Theater near Penn Station. Select one of three show times from 7–10 p.m., all with different themes and styles. Tickets are $10.

Saturday 

Charm City Meadworks Expo, 6–10 p.m. 

Charm City Meadworks is hosting their first annual Curiosity Expo. This is a gathering of various vendors and exhibitions that offer a unique shopping experience and various entertainment. The event is free to attend and held around midtown. 

Back to the Future in Concert, 7:30–9:30 p.m. 

If you are a fan of the Back to the Future saga, don’t miss out on this weekend’s showing with a live orchestra! The live performance will follow the score of the movie and provide a special viewing experience. Tickets start at $18. 

Sunday

AFC Championship Game, 3–6 p.m.

The Baltimore Ravens are hosting the AFC Championship game for the first time in franchise history at the M&T Bank Stadium. Go cheer on our home team as they play to advance to the Super Bowl! If the $500 tickets and the cold are too much, find a local bar or join the tailgates outside of the stadium.

“False Idols” Gallery

Isabel Pardo’s newest installation, “False Idols,” is featured at the John Fonda Gallery at Theatre Project in Midtown. The Baltimore-based artist built a creative and immersive experience based on her interests in alchemy and surrealism. The exhibit is free to enter. 


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