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Baltimore Book Festival Moves to Inner Harbor

This year's event relocated due to construction in Mt. Vernon.

By John Lewis | March 18, 2014, 12:37 pm

Arts District

Baltimore Book Festival Moves to Inner Harbor

This year's event relocated due to construction in Mt. Vernon.

By John Lewis | March 18, 2014, 12:37 pm

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This year’s Baltimore Book Festival will be held at the Inner Harbor rather than its usual location in Mt. Vernon. 

The Baltimore Office of Promotion & The Arts is moving the popular festival, which will be held September 26-28, because of construction related to the Washington Monument restoration. 

Though the venue will change, you can expect the usual best-selling authors, musical performances, readings and demos, and kids activities.

Full details and schedules are forthcoming. And the festival should, if all goes according to plan, return to Mt. Vernon in 2015.



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