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Events this break (March 16–23)

By LEISURE EDITOR | March 14, 2024



Don’t miss the peak bloom of the Cherry Blossom Festival in D.C.!

If you are staying near Baltimore over Spring Break, here are a few things to help you keep busy, stay entertained and relieve some stress to prepare for the final stretch of this semester! 

Jurassic World Live Tour, March 15–17

You can take a trip to Isla Nublar right here from Baltimore! The live show featuring all your favorite childhood dinosaurs is coming to the CFG Bank Arena with an adventure and adrenaline-filled experience! 

Baltimore Symphony Orchestra, March 17

If you enjoy classical music, don’t miss this performance from the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra led by Jonathon Heyward. The event will be held at the historical Joseph Meyerhoff Symphony Hall and tickets start at $97. 

Maryland Day Festival, March 23 

This year’s Maryland Day Festival is hosted at Power Plant Live! The festivities include various food and crafts, vendors, live music, appearances by pro team mascots and many more! Tickets are $20 in advance and $30 at the door. 

National Cherry Blossom Festival, March 23–26

Head down to the nation’s capital for this year’s cherry blossom show! The natural beauty around the Tidal Basin is expected to hit its peak bloom during the second weekend of Spring Break! Head down for a picnic, some pictures and a lot of tourists!

Harlem Globetrotters, March 24

Catch the famous Harlem Globetrotters as their global tour stops in Baltimore. They are sure to encapsulate you with jaw-dropping trick shots, impressive physics feats and all the fan engagement. Tickets start at $60.

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