Signature Events

Baltimore Music Festival

Saturday, September 22, 2018 at Union Craft Brewing
Signature Events

Baltimore Music Festival

Saturday, September 22, 2018 at Union Craft Brewing

On Saturday, September 22, at the Union Craft Brewing taproom, more than 700 attendees gathered to celebrate Baltimore’s vibrant music scene at our first-ever Music Festival. Union’s outdoor beer garden was transformed into an eclectic concert venue complete with local food trucks and a satellite bar featuring Union’s most popular brews. Guests enjoyed tunes from Outcalls, Natural Velvet, DDm, and headliners Cris Jacobs and TT the Artist. Throughout the evening, DJ James Nasty kept the crowd on their feet with the ultimate party playlist. All artists were included in Baltimore’s May Music issue, which highlighted the flourishing scene and talented artists that Charm City has to offer.

Curio Wellness provided the perfect color-changing concert cup that punctuated the energetic crowd as the night partied on. The Mixolo lounge gave guests a place to cozy up when they needed a break from dancing, while those in party mode enjoyed snapping pics in the light painting photo booth, courtesy of iFly Baltimore.

The positive vibes will live on through Baltimore’s donation to Believe in Music and the nonprofit’s vision to transform Baltimore’s children into advocates for their community by providing a platform for them to tell their own stories through the power of music.

Video by Black Oak Visuals.

Photography by ZJK Photos.



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