Thursday, October 31, 2013

HEATH BROTHERS @ BCJS IN TOWSON

Baltimore Chamber Jazz Society

The Baltimore Chamber Jazz Society Presents
THE HEATH BROTHERS

WHEN: Sunday, November 10, 5 PM
WHERE: Kaplan Concert Hall at Towson University*
TICKETS: $38 General Admission | $36 Seniors/BJA Members | $10 Students
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*Be sure to note our change of venue to Towson University Center for the Arts!

The Heath Brothers features Jimmy Heath on tenor saxophone, Tootie Heath on drums, Jeb Patton on piano, and David Wong on bass.

In a family band made up of legends, saxophonist Jimmy and drummer Albert “Tootie” Heath keep tradition alive and pay homage to their late brother, bassist Percy. Their message is brotherly love, spelled out in their innovative cross-genre playing, and brought to life by a sophisticated and swinging quartet. For more information, please visit www.jimmyheath.com.


One of Baltimore's premiere jazz concert series for over two decades, the Baltimore Chamber Jazz Society programs some of the finest artists in jazz today. This season, all concerts in the Five at 5 series take place at Towson University Center for the Arts in Harold J. Kaplan Concert Hall. For more information, please call the Towson University Box Office at 410.704.ARTS or visit www.baltimorechamberjazz.org.

Wednesday, October 30, 2013

AWARD-WINNING PLAY ABOUT CELEBRATED ARTIST MAKES BALTIMORE PREMIERE @ EVERYMAN THEATRE

I saw this play on Broadway and then in a regional theater. It is a riveting story about a tortured artist and his assistant. Don’t miss it!

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RED
By John Logan
Directed by Donald Hicken
Baltimore Premiere!

WHEN: Nov 6 - Dec 8, 2013*
WHERE:
Everyman Theatre, 315 West Fayette Street, Baltimore
TICKETS: $32 – $60
CLICK HERE TO PURCHASE TICKETS

Winner of six 2010 Tony Awards, including Best Play, Red sends you crashing into the vivid and visceral mind of an artistic genius - abstract expressionist Mark Rothko. Set against the changing landscape of the early 1960s, the celebrated artist has just landed his biggest commission: a series of massive murals for New York's posh Four Seasons Restaurant. In the midst of his creation, Rothko's young, new assistant questions his artistic integrity, forcing the famed artist to confront the possibility that his crowning achievement could be his ultimate downfall.

A searing portrait of an artist's determination and vulnerability, Red is a stirring and captivating story of one of the most celebrated artists in modern times.

"A stunning new play...the most compelling drama I've seen all year" - Chicago Tribune

*CLICK HERE FOR PERFORMANCE SCHEDULE

GET THE FULL “RED” EXPERIENCE @ EVERYMAN THEATRE

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A ticket to Red
Join Everyman Theatre for the Baltimore premiere of John Logan's Tony Award-winning play, Red, featuring Resident Company Members Bruce Randolph Nelson as Mark Rothko and Eric Berryman as his apprentice, Ken.
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Baltimore Museum of Art Membership

A year-long membership to the Baltimore Museum of Art, where you can see their original Rothko in person!
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Red, red wine!

A glass of premium red wine at Vinny's Bar when you attend your performance of Red.

 

 

 


A 96-page hardcover biography from Taschen
Features a detailed chronological summary of the life and oeuvre of Rothko, covering his cultural and historical importance, a concise biography and 100 color illustrations.
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Ticket to The World of the Play
A ticket to a special Red-inspired of "The World of the Play," hosted by Marc Steiner (Everyman's new panel discussion series) on November 16, 5 PM. The panel features BMA's Curator of Contemporary Art Kristen Hileman, Red Scenic Designer Daniel Ettinger, and Red Director Donald Hicken.
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* Special Conditions: The Full Red Experience is valid for adult price level tickets to Red purchased from 10/21/13 to 11/16/13. Offer may be modified or revoked at any time. Some blackout dates may apply. Subject to availability. Offer cannot be combined with any other discount and is not valid on previously purchased tickets. All sales final. No refunds. Order may be subject to regular service charges. Expires 11/16/13.

** Since we must verify active subscriptions/memberships, Everyman subscribers and/or BMA members must call 410.752.2208 to purchase The Full Red Experience.

MUSIC FOR SOPRANO & HORN THIS SUNDAY, NOV. 3

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The program for the concert will be:

  • Strauss – Alphorn
  • Bach - Ich folge dich, from St. John Passion
  • Schubert - Auf dem Strom
  • Massenet - Amours bénis
  • Salonen - Concert Etude for Solo Horn
  • Berlioz - Le Jeune Pâtre breton
  • Handel - selections from Nine German Arias
  • Cooke - selections from Nocturnes

ADMISSION: Free

Tuesday, October 29, 2013

BEATLES ALL-STAR TRIBUTE SHOW @ THE CREATIVE ALLIANCE—2 SHOWS THIS SATURDAY

The BEATLES—50 Years on the Air!
All-Star Tribute Show!

WHEN: Saturday, November 2, 7 & 9:30 PM
WHERE:
Creative Alliance, 3134 Eastern Ave., Baltimore
TICKETS: $17; $12 members (advance tickets suggested)
INFO & TIX»

In 1963 the Beatles' song I Want to Hold Your Hand was released on American airwaves and nothing has been the same since. We celebrate fifty years of the Fab Fours with a star-studded lineup, including Appalachian music duo The Honey Dewdrops, honky-tonk icon Arty Hill, ever-energetic multi-instrumentalist Brian Simms (Junkyard Saints), The Stone Hill All-Stars (featuring guest star Mike Barth of The Polkats), songstress Linda Nelson, and sister vocalists the Hello Strangers as they play two shows of all Beatles music.  Emceed by Baltimore Beatles fanatics Tom Chalkley and Craig Hankin.

Proudly supported by Towson University's College of Fine Arts and Communication CLICK HERE TO SEE MORE

WORKS BY HIGHLANDTOWN ARTISTS ON DISPLAY

Highlandtown Arts District Association Exhibition

WHEN: Saturday, November 2, 5:30-7:30 PM
ADMISSION:
Free
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Works by Highlandtown artists are exhibited in one of three venues: the Amalie Rothschild Gallery, Schiavone Fine Art, and Pinebox Art Center.

BRING KIDS TO YO-YO SLAM @ THE CREATIVE ALLIANCE

Yo-Yo Slam For Kids!

WHEN: Saturday,  November 2, 1-2 PM
WHERE:
Creative Alliance, 3134 Eastern Ave., Baltimore
TICKETS: $5
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Join yo-yo master Adam Franchino for an afternoon of customizing your own yo-yo (provided by Yo-Yo Sam) and learning new tricks that new-comers and pro-competitors alike will use to astound their audiences! In the classroom. Yo-yo's and art materials provided.

EXTRAVAGANT VICTORIAN ERA CIRCUS PARTY @ CREATIVE ALLIANCE

PARTY AT THE PATTERSON: 
CIRQUE VICTORIANIA
with West Philadelphia Orchestra 

WHEN: Friday, November 1, 8 PM
WHERE:
Creative Alliance, 3134 Eastern Ave., Baltimore
TICKETS: Buy Advance and Save! $12, $7 members (no ticketing fees online); At the Door: $15, $10 members
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An all-out party celebrating the extravagant Victorian Era Circus! Join this lush theme party, including street performers, local artists, projections, and music. In keeping with the Great Halloween Lantern Parade's brassy, mad marching band aesthetic Cirque Victoriana brings "Philly's fierce Balkan Monster" the West Philadelphia Orchestra! A big sprawling, gal-fronted brass band WPO is a Philly treasure playing franetic, fun, dance music romping from Macedonian folk tunes to klezmer to Bulgarian dance hall songs all played with a huge, booming horn section. Anarchic, improvisational and jazzy they are not to be missed! 

ATTIRE:
Whether you go for a bustier and garter, tweeds or velvet, dress like you live in a society that just invented technology and had money to spend on the circus!

OPEN STUDIOS:
Meet our Artists! Studios will be open upstairs for you to view from 8-9:30PM

DON'T MISS:
Baltimore Circus Performers with FIRE outside

Charm City Roller Girls
Baltimore Hoop Love
RAW Baltimore Artists
BrassFlower
Kellie Creations 

Become a member of Creative Alliance the day of CIRQUE and get your ticket for FREE!

FREE IMPROV FROM SWITZERLAND @ THE RED ROOM THIS SATURDAY

Keefe Jackson + Christoph Erb +
Tomeka Reid + Jaimie Branch Quartet
& Chris Pumphrey Solo

WHEN: Saturday, November 2, 8:30 PM
WHERE: The Red Room Room, 425 E. 31st ST., Baltimore, MD
TICKETS:  6$

https://www.facebook.com/events/531594706909423/
http://redroom.org/calendar/#695

"... influences and ideas are rearranged and combined in a way to exude something not only contemporary, but beautifully futuristic." —Clifford Allen, All About Jazz on Keefe Jackson

"Chicago has a knack for producing distinctive voices in jazz, and one of the most promising belongs to cellist Tomeka Reid"  —Howard Reich, Chicago Tribune on Tomeka Reid.

Listen to a sample track on SoundCloud

Exploring the options of sound. This seems to be the most suitable way to describe what is going on here: Exploring sound and structure, harmony and disharmony. No wonder that this sounds...bulky, eruptive, at times brutal, at times irritating, seldom calm or soothing. Though, at least it’s never unspectacular, half- hearted or ill-considered. This is a merger of four free-spirited sound nerds, complementing one another. It goes without saying that this mighty tempest of sounds may conjure up images of rugged crater landscapes, or of a future crowded with nothing but wretched skeletons, dancing away in a manic frenzy.

With KEEFE JACKSON and CHRISTOPH ERB on bass clarinet and tenor saxophone, TOMEKA REID on cello and JAIMIE BRANCH on trumpet.

The group’s debut album will be released this summer on Veto Records (Switzerland). Fred Lonberg-Holm (cello), who appears on the record, is being replaced here by Jaime Branch.

Opening for the quartet will be Baltimore's own master musician and composer Chris Pumphrey.

NOVEMBER @ THE PRATT LIBRARY

Enoch Pratt Free Library

Imagination Celebration  

We're celebrating award-winning author Jacqueline Woodson with programs and activities at all of our locations inspired by her books and themes.

View Full Schedule of Events

Writers LIVE! 

Carla Kaplan, Miss Anne in Harlem: The White Women of the Black Renaissance

WHEN: Wednesday, November 6, 6:30 PM
WHERE: Central Library Poe Room

 



Hill Harper, Letters to a Incarcerated Brother: Encouragement, Hope, and Healing for Inmates and Their Loved Ones

WHEN: Thursday, November 14, 6:30 PM
WHERE:
Central Library Main Hall

Complete schedule

A Saturday with Sherlock Holmes


The Many Faces of Sherlock
Screening followed by discussion with award-winning teacher John Hunter and filmmaker Chris Farina.

WHEN: Saturday, November 2, 10:00 AM
WHERE:
Central Library Wheeler Auditorium

Baker's Challenge


Jason Hisley, Have Dessert, Will Travel

WHEN: Saturday, November 23, 2:00 PM
WHERE: Central Library Meyerhoff Children's Garden

Please Register in Advance

50% OFF TICKETS FOR OLNEY “A CHRISTMAS CAROL”

For a sneak peek at the trailer, click here.

 

 

50% OFF Tickets

A CHRISTMAS CAROL
A Ghost Story of Christmas
WHERE: in the Mulitz-Gudelsky Theatre Lab
TICKETS: For the performances of
November 29 through December 8
adult-priced tickets are 50% off.  Use Code: ACC50

For tickets, click the following link, ACC Tickets, or call the Box Office at
301.924.3400.

 

 

Discount code valid for "Adult" priced tickets towards November 29 through December 8 performances of A Christmas Carol: A Ghost Story of Christmas only. Discount does not apply to any applicable fees. Not to be combined with any other offers. Discount cannot be applied to previously purchased tickets. All sales final. Sales expires at 11:59 PM on Friday, November 1, 2013.

 

 

 
 

Monday, October 28, 2013

DARK COMEDY GRACES STAGE @ MOBTOWN PLAYERS

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THE HOUSE OF YES
By Wendy Macleod
Directed by David Morey
Produced by Brian Krasz

WHEN: November 8th - 23rd, Fridays and Saturdays 8 PM; 4 PM Sunday Matinee on November 16th.
WHERE:
3600 Clipper Mill Road, Suite 114, Baltimore
TICKETS: $15 general admission; $12 students/seniors
www.mobtownplayers.com

 

Wendy MacLeod’s dark comedy dares to ask: What happens when a guy whose most precious memories involve re-enacting the Kennedy assassination with his obsessed sister, Jackie-O, introduces said sister to his new fiancée?

Starring Melody Easton as Jackie-O, Brian Kehoe as Anthony, Deb Carson as Mrs. Pascal, Eric Paul Boelsche as Marty, and Karen Grim as Leslie.

SPECIAL PRESENTATION @ THE BMA ON NOVEMBER 9

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The Unknown Masterpieces: Gesture and Politics in the Works of Morris Louis

WHEN: Saturday, November 9, 2 PM
WHERE:
Baltimore Museum of Art, 10 Art Museum Drive, Baltimore
ADMISSION: Free for all
Seating is limited, on a first-come, first-served basis.

Hear new research on the celebrated American abstract painter Morris Louis from emerging scholar Antonia Pocock, Ph.D. candidate at New York University’s Institute of Fine Arts. During a recent project supported by the Morris Louis Art Trust, Pocock researched the BMA’s strong Louis holdings, including an outstanding but atypical selection of paintings and drawings now on view. 

ROUND OUT OCTOBER @ THE JHU MUSEUMS

WHEN: October 26

Baltimore's Washington Monument: Restoration Plans for a Third Century

Join Lance Humphries of the Mount Vernon Place Conservancy for a behind-the-scenes exploration of the first public memorial to George Washington, currently closed for restoration until July 2015. Reservations required. MORE »

 

WHEN: October 27

Lasting Legacies Opening Reception

Come celebrate the transformative growth of Evergreen's collection over the past two decades at an opening reception for Lasting Legacies: Recent and Promised Gifts to the Permanent Collection. Meet the curator and explore the museum's first floor and gift shop. MORE »

 

WHEN: October 28

Smith, Armistead, and Key: Memorializing the Heroes of the War of 1812

Public art consultant and author Cindy Kelly offers a colorful, anecdotal history of Baltimore's heroic memorials to leading figures of the War of 1812. Copies of her book Outdoor Sculpture in Baltimore will be available for signing. MORE »

WHEN: November 16

Kurt Weill, American

Follow music historian Michael Lasser, singer Cindy Miller, and pianist Alan Jones on this engaging tour through the Broadway songs of composer Kurt Weill, a distinctive musical chameleon who worked with lyricists from Ira Gershwin and Alan Jay Lerner to Langston Hughes and Maxwell Anderson. MORE »

 

WHEN: December 7

Silhouettes for the Holidays

Experience the magic scissors of Lauren Muney, a master portraitist in the tradition of silhouette artists of the 18th and 19th centuries. Bring your loved ones to Homewood and have traditional profile portraits of them created to treasure forever—in just minutes. MORE »

TRAVEL WITH THE JHU MUSEUMS
Register by December 15

Discover Devon and Cornwall

Homewood Museum invites members and friends of the JHU Museums on this unforgettable, custom curated experience of the best of Devon and Cornwall (May 15–23, 2014), featuring castles, secluded gardens, spectacular coastlines, historic architecture, idyllic country-house hotels, and fine dining. MORE »

 

MEMBERSHIP: Join Today!

1 Membership / 2 Museums

There is no better time to join the Johns Hopkins University Museums and receive special, insider benefits for one year. Enhance your experience of our collections, exhibitions, and programs, and enjoy memorable times at Evergreen Museum & Library and Homewood Museum, by becoming a member today. MORE»

THIS WEEK @ THE PEABODY INSTITUTE

Events at Peabody

The Peabody Opera Workshop in collaboration with the Peabody Early Music Department will present Claudio Monteverdi's L'incoronazione di Poppea tonight Monday, October 28, at 7:30 pm. The production features senior Natanya Washer as Poppea and senior Daniel Moody as Nerone (pictured). Please note: the show might be considered inappropriate for children. A pre-concert lecture about the performance, called Op-Orations, will be presented by Interim Chair of the Opera Department JoAnn Kulesza at 6:45 pm in Cohen-Davison Family Theatre. Tickets for the concert, in Miriam A. Friedberg Concert Hall, are $15 for adults, $10 for seniors, and $5 for students with ID. To purchase tickets, call the Peabody Box Office at 410-234-4800. (Photo by Edward S. Davis.)

Other Peabody events this week, October 28-November 3, 2013

Faculty artist Denyce Graves, mezzo-soprano, will present a free master class on Tuesday, October 29, at 1:30 pm in Hilda and Douglas Goodwin Hall. A master class by baritone Eric Owens that was scheduled for October 31 has been canceled.

Faculty artist Brian Ganz, piano, will present a solo recital in a Sylvia Adalman Chamber Series concert on Tuesday, October 29, at 8:00 pm. Ganz, who aims to perform the complete works of Chopin with the National Philharmonic, will perform Chopin's Four Mazurka, Op. 17; Trois Écossaises, Op. 72, No. 3; Two Nocturnes, Op. 48; and Ballade No. 4 in F minor, Op. 52. Works by Beethoven and Debussy are also on the program.Tickets for the concert, in Miriam A. Friedberg Concert Hall, are $15 for adults, $10 for seniors, and $5 for students with ID. To purchase tickets, call the Peabody Box Office at 410-234-4800.

The Doctor of Musical Arts Musicology Colloquium continues on Wednesday, October 30, with a talk by Suzannah Clark of Harvard University, "Weber's Rest." The event, which is free and open to the public, will be held at 4:00 pm in Room 308C (Conservatory Building).

On Friday, November 1, at 7:30 pm, a new ensemble led by Harlan D. Parker, the Peabody Modern Orchestra, will present its inaugural concert. The group will perform Mark Phillips' Shadow Dancing; George Rochberg's Black Sounds; Chen Yi's Caramoor's Summer; and Eric Ewazen's Chamber Symphony. Tickets for this JHU Family Weekend concert, in Miriam A. Friedberg Concert Hall, are $15 for adults, $10 for seniors, and $5 for students with ID. To purchase tickets, call the Peabody Box Office at 410-234-4800. Please note that this concert is free for Conservatory family members who have registered for Family Weekend in advance.

The Peabody Concert Orchestra, led by Music Director Hajime Teri Murai, will perform Haydn's Symphony No. 60 in C major and Prokofiev's Romeo and Juliet Suite on Saturday, November 2, at 8:00 pm. Saxophonist Michael Straus will be presented the Johns Hopkins University Outstanding Recent Graduate Award at the concert. Tickets for this JHU Family Weekend concert, in Miriam A. Friedberg Concert Hall, are $15 for adults, $10 for seniors, and $5 for students with ID. To purchase tickets, call the Peabody Box Office at 410-234-4800. Please note that this concert is free for Conservatory family members who have registered for Family Weekend in advance.

On Sunday, November 3, at 3:00 pm, Preparatory faculty will present a free recital in Leith Symington Griswold Hall. Flutist Rachel Choe; pianists Teodora Adzharova, Chad R. Bowles, and Soo-Youn Chung; percussionists Saul Green and Jeff Stern; violinists Lenelle Morse and Christian Tremblay; and cellists Alicia Ward will perform works by Brahms, Jolivet, Schumann, Beethoven, Mozart, and Chopin.

For off-campus events which feature Peabody students, faculty, and/or alumni, please download Peabody's iPhone app or visit app.peabody.jhu.edu. Events will also be posted on the Peabody Institute Concerts Facebook page. Visit events.jhu.edu/peabody for the full Peabody events calendar.

Free noon recitals

At this week's free Thursday Noon recital in Miriam A. Friedberg Hall, Susan Summers, soprano saxophone, will perform Jacob ter Veldhuis' The Garden of Love for soprano saxophone and sound track; C. J. Young, flute, and Hui-Chuan Chen, piano, will perform Sergei Prokofiev's Sonata for Flute, Op. 94; Dillon Meacham, bassoon, and Lior Willinger, piano, will perform Camille Saint-Saëns' Sonata for Bassoon and Piano in G major, Op. 168; and Jared Harrison, flute, and Hui-Chuan Chen, piano, will perform Frank Martin's Ballade for flute and piano.

On Friday, November 1, at noon, the Kubrick Quartet — Orin Laursen and Alan Choo, violins; Dian Zhang, viola; and Javier Iglesias Martín, cello — will give a free Peabody on the Court recital in the sculpture court of the Walters Art Museum, 600 North Charles Street. They will perform Mozart's String Quartet in D minor, K. 421, and Britten's String Quartet No. 2 in C major, Op. 36.

Conservatory student recitals

Conservatory student recitals are free and open to the public. For a list of recitals including student name, degree program, instrument/voice, date, time, and hall, visit peabody.jhu.edu/recitals.

Upcoming concerts

  • On Tuesday, November 5, at 8:00 pm, Peabody alumna Hyunah Yu, soprano, will be the featured soloist in Heitor Villa-Lobos' Bachianas Brasileiras No. 5 in a Sylvia Adalman Chamber Series concert in Miriam A. Friedberg Concert Hall.
  • The Peabody Latin Jazz Ensemble, directed by Tim Murphy, will perform works by Wayne Shorter, John Coltrane, and more in a concert on Friday, November 8, at 7:30 pm, in East Hall.
  • Organist Donald Sutherland and Mas Podgorny, contrabass, will present a recital on Sunday, November 10, at 4:00 pm, in Leith Symington Griswold Hall.

Subscriptions

Subscriptions are available for a minimum of four concerts at Peabody. Full-priced subscriptions start at $40 (only $10 a ticket). Senior subscriptions start at $28 (only $7 a ticket). This year, Peabody introduces FLEX PASS Subscriptions, where you can wait to decide which concerts to attend. Choose a minimum of four concerts now or book them as late as the day before: $48 ($36, seniors). Add additional concerts for $12 ($9) each. Subscribers may exchange their tickets throughout the season. Subscriptions are for all ticketed concerts, except opera and dance. Visit peabody.jhu.edu/events/subscribe for more information.

“RIVETING…IMPORTANT NEW PLAY” A HIT @ CENTERSTAGE

CLICK TO BUY TICKETS HERE

 

Oscar Clifton is a blues man living through his memories of the past, until his estranged grandson Marcus pays a visit. Together, they confront a history of loves, regrets, and missed opportunities. This acclaimed play by Marcus Gardley is a poetic family drama set in the key of blues—a memory-scape skipping seamlessly across the decades.

WHERE: 700 North Calvert Street, Baltimore, Maryland 21202
Email:
info@centerstage.org
Box Office: 410.332.0033
Email:
boxoffice@centerstage.org

Phone Hours: Mon–Sat, 10 am–6 pm | Sun, 12 pm–6 pm  

Window Hours: Mon–Fri, 9 am–Show start* | Sat, 10 am–Show start* | Sun, 12 pm–Show start*

*Window closes at 6 pm when there is no evening performance

Friday, October 25, 2013

COSMIC PARK GREAT HALLOWEEN LANTERN PARADE & FEST THIS SATURDAY IN PATTERSON PARK

The Great Halloween Lantern Parade & Fest

WHEN: Saturday, Oct. 26, at 3:30 PM Festival. 6:30 PM Parade Line up. 7 PM Parade kick off. Ends with Fire Finale at Pulaski Monument, Eastern & Linwood Aves, Patterson Park. Rain date Sun, Oct 27.
WHERE: Patterson Park
ADMISSION:
FREE!
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Every year, on the Saturday before Halloween, the Creative Alliance's Great Halloween Lantern Parade and Festival light up Baltimore's Patterson Park.

The free festival kicks off with hay rides, lantern workshops, a costume contest, food trucks with The Gathering, and more! Local and guest artists install dragon lanterns and glowing sculptures on the park's Boat Lake and all along the Parade route. Video projections light up the DiPietro Ice Rink bubble. Marching bands, stilt walkers, and more performers arrive. When thousands of lantern-carrying costumed families join in, the spectacular glimmering procession begins! Halloween Lantern Parade Event Details

Keep Baltimore Glowing

This iconic event, now 14 years old, could not happen without the generous support from friends like you. Join the Parade of Supporters today and help keep this spectacular Parade free and luminous for young and old!

 

Founded in 1994, the Creative Alliance is Baltimore's most innovative arts organization. By supporting CA you join more than 1,400 members enjoying a wide range of benefits and opportunities to discover and explore their inner artist.

Creative Alliance thanks the following sponsors for their support of the Great Halloween Lantern Parade and Festival 2013:
Baltimore Community Foundation, Baltimore County Commission on Arts and Sciences, Baltimore Housing, William G. Baker Jr. Memorial Fund, BGE, Goldseker Foundation, Maryland State Arts Council, M&T Bank, Joseph & Harvey Meyerhoff Family Charitable Funds