Light City Baltimore

Our coverage of the 2018 festival that's bringing light, art, music, and innovation to Baltimore.

Light City Baltimore

Our coverage of the 2018 festival that's bringing light, art, music, and innovation to Baltimore.
Arts District

Halfway Through Light City, Crowds Continue to Flock Downtown

Tuesday night featured performances from an area step team and Fluid Movement.

Sights and Sounds from Light City 2018

The third annual arts and innovation festival takes over downtown Baltimore.

Arts District

10 Things Not to Miss at Light City

What to see, hear, and do at the art and innovation festival that begins April 6.

In Good Taste

Everything You Need to Know About Food and Drinks at Light City

From festival fare and local beer to the FoodLab conference, here are the details.

The Chatter

[email protected] City Highlight a Pay-What-You-Can Model This Year

The discussions feature youth workshops and a new “maker” track.

Arts District

Light City Expands to Three Weekends and 14 Neighborhoods

Musical acts to include Grandmaster Flash and G. Love and Special Sauce.

Events

The Launch: April 2018

The 10 musts from this month's calendar of events.

Arts District

Light City 2017 Brought More Than $44 Million to Local Economy

Organizers release economic impact study and announce dates for next year’s festival.

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