Jun 9-10, Baltimore: Think all summer street festivals are the same? Check out HONfest. Located in the Baltimore neighborhood of Hampden, HONfest celebrates the working women who helped make this great city what it is. “Hon”, short for Honey, is a classic Bawlmer term of endearment. For generations, it has expressed the warmth and affection bestowed upon neighbors and visitors alike by our mothers and grandmothers. Since 1994, HonFest has grown from the tiny Baltimore's Best Hon pageant behind Café Hon, to a nationally recognized festival that covers four city blocks on Hampden's very own 36th Street.
Jun 9, Anacostia: In 2018, the 9th annual Kingman Island Bluegrass & Folk Festival will join the District of Columbia in celebrating the "Year of the Anacostia." Nestled between the banks of the Anacostia River, Kingman Island has become a park dedicated to preserving natural resources and educating District youth about conservation and becoming better stewards of the natural world. This festival has introduced thousands of guests to the beauty that lies within our Nation's capital and this year we gather, once again, to support and celebrate the continued restoration and maintenance of the Anacostia and Kingman Island as vital community resources.
Jun 7-10, Baltimore: Be Greek For A Day! Celebrating our Greek Orthodox faith and culture by sharing our faith and traditions through our love of God, music, dance and authentic Greek food. Come and enjoy great food, wine, music, dance and our famous Greek hospitality.
Jun 7-10, Baltimore/Bethesda: Join us for the BSO Season Finale concert. The piano plays the protagonist in Bernstein's sentimental tone poem, "The Age of Anxiety," performed by acclaimed pianist Jon Kimura Parker. Hear Shostakovich's tremendous Symphony No. 5, which received an overwhelming public response and half hour standing ovation at its premiere.
Jun 6-10, DC: Big business means big laughs in this delightfully clever lampoon of life on the corporate ladder. A tune-filled comic gem boasting an exhilarating score, the show took Broadway by storm, winning both the Tony Award® for Best Musical and a Pulitzer Prize. We follow the rise of J. Pierrepont Finch, who uses a little handbook called How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying to climb the corporate ladder from lowly window washer to high-powered executive.
Jun 8-17, DC: Since 2005, the DC Jazz Festival organization has provided enriching and entertaining jazz performances and programs that introduce students and adults from all walks of life to jazz, our nation’s singular original art form. This year's JazzFest has more than 125 performances in 40+ venues, DCJF will present an amazing array of emerging and master-level talent that includes more than 90 bands and 300 artists!
Jun 9, Baltimore: A delicious and wonderful way to support finding a cure for Cystic Fibrosis. The Cystic Fibrosis Foundation presents an afternoon worth savoring. Join fellow foodies at the Sandlot Baltimore for a rare culinary experience. Guests will feast on delectable bites by Baltimore’s hottest culinary talent and sip stylish cocktails and craft brews. With refreshing sights and sounds, relish in this epicurean adventure.
Jun 9, McHenry: Join the MSO for a concert that will take you on a musical journey through the cosmos. Performing selections from Holst’s The Planets to Star Wars, E.T., Close Encounters of the Third Kind, Superman, and more, this concert is an experience you don’t want to miss!
Jun 9, Massey: Conducted by the
On an isolated island deep in the heart of the Everglades, five teenagers make a daring attempt to escape to the mainland from a place where the adults are as dangerous as the gators. The play begs the question: what is the current generation’s responsibility to the next, and what happens if we fail them?
Jun 9, North Beach: Come be part of the 6th Annual End Hunger Dragon Boat Festival and spend the day in the charming town of North Beach. You will enjoy a family friendly atmosphere, local vendors, and more! Best of all, you will be part of our community coming together to support End Hunger In Calvert County.
Jun 9-10, Cumberland: Join us for the 50th anniversary of Cumberland’s annual Heritage Days Festival. Marking the traditional beginning of summer, Heritage Days has something for everyone.
Jun 9-10, Catonsville: The Colonial Market Fair is a living history event for family members of all ages! Kids can make a souvenir using 18th century tools and techniques; Interact with historical interpreters and hear their stories of perseverance; explore hiking trails, gardens, and an orchard within Banneker Park; dress-up in stylish colonial garb and role play your favorite colonial characters; march to the the beats of freedom from a fife and drum corps; discuss the latest 18th century gossip and decide if you are loyalist or patriot.
Jun 9, Fallston: The second annual BritFest Festival will be held at The Maryland Polo Grounds. Great live British music, beer, polo, classic cars, vendors and food!
Jun 8, Frederick: The “Over The Limit” Comedy Fest is Frederick County’s premier comedy extravaganza featuring a night of national touring comedy acts, rounded out with additional performances by Frederick area comics, all performing in the name of drunk driving prevention by way of the local charity, The Safe Ride Foundation.
Jun 9-10, Baltimore: Charm City Fringe presents its fifth with two shows of vaudeville-inspired acts. Friday’s show features a 10-act lineup that includes ballet, theater, puppetry, film and crankies. Saturday’s show features dance, magic, circus performers, and more. Based on the idea of presenting a modern vaudeville experience, both nights will feature buskers, special guest appearances and a house band.