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Events this weekend (Feb. 2–4)

By LEISURE EDITOR | February 1, 2024

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ARUSA MALIK / DESIGN AND LAYOUT EDITOR

Celebrate Groundhog’s Day with concerts, fundraiser events and music performances!

We have a chilly weekend ahead of us, but there is still plenty to do around town! Check out different events going on this weekend, both in and outside. 

Friday

Patti LaBelle Performance, 8–10 p.m. 

Patti LaBelle, a Grammy-winning singer, is performing on the historical Lyric stage this Friday. LaBelle, often crowned the “Godmother of Soul,” is celebrating her long music career and always leaves an unforgettable impression. Tickets start at $65.

Ram Brisueno Opening Reception, 5:30–8:30 p.m.

Baltimore Art Gallery is hosting a special exhibit for Ram Brisueno, a Baltimore-based artist. Brisueno, who initially studied English, combines poetic forms with heavy acrylic and watercolor to tell a unique story. Join him this Friday for a color-filled reception event.

Saturday 

BAF Groundhog Day Party, 7–10 p.m. 

The Baltimore Architecture Foundation is hosting a fundraising event and an 80s-themed party at the Pavilion. Make sure to wear your best 80s costume for a chance to win in the costume contest! Keep in mind that this event is 21+.

Pop-Up Ice Skating, 12–5 p.m.

If you couldn’t get tickets to the Homewood ice rink, head down to Middle Ranch Park for a free pop-up ice rink set up by the Baltimore Parks and Recs — ice skates are included! Stick around for music, food trucks and art activities!

Sunday

Roots Cafe Musical Tribute, 1–3 p.m.  

Roots Cafe is continuing its singer-songwriter series with Edgar Allen Poe this Sunday. You will find spectacular woodwind performances that celebrate the legacy of the famous poet. Tickets are $10 for students. 


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