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  • Find tickets from 55 dollars to Bumpin Uglies on Friday December 11 at 9:00 pm at Baltimore Soundstage in Baltimore, MD
  • Find tickets from 41 dollars to Bumpin Uglies on Saturday December 12 at 4:00 pm at Baltimore Soundstage in Baltimore, MD
  • Find tickets from 30 dollars to Joey Harkum on Friday December 18 at 9:00 pm at Baltimore Soundstage in Baltimore, MD
  • Find tickets from 30 dollars to Ultra Nate on Saturday December 19 at 8:00 pm at Baltimore Soundstage in Baltimore, MD
  • Find tickets from 25 dollars to Consider The Source on Tuesday December 29 at 8:00 pm at Baltimore Soundstage in Baltimore, MD
  • Find tickets from 23 dollars to Ill Conscious with Dirt Platoon on Saturday January 9 2021 at 9:00 pm at Baltimore Soundstage in Baltimore, MD
  • Find tickets from 49 dollars to Fuzz (18+) on Friday February 12 2021 at 9:00 pm at Ottobar in Baltimore, MD
  • Find tickets from 37 dollars to Swallow The Sun with Infected Rain on Wednesday March 10 2021 at 7:30 pm at Metro Gallery in Baltimore, MD
  • Find tickets from 25 dollars to Nick Cannon on date to be announced at Royal Farms Arena in Baltimore, MD
  • Find tickets from 23 dollars to Fu Manchu on Wednesday March 17 2021 at 8:30 pm at Baltimore Soundstage in Baltimore, MD


Concerts in Baltimore Details

The largest city in Maryland, Baltimore has quite a happening music scene. In fact, the city itself is the birthplace of one of America’s most beloved songs– the U.S. national anthem, The Star-Spangled Banner! Aside from the harbor and bountiful seafood offerings, there are tons of venues in which you can catch a concert in Baltimore. In fact, M&T Bank Stadium, home to NFL’s Baltimore Ravens, doubles as a top-notch spot to see a show.

If you’re visiting Baltimore, you’ll also find the Baltimore Soundstage and the $14 million Royal Farms Arena (formerly Baltimore Arena) located just blocks from the Inner Harbor. From Led Zeppelin to Van Halen and Bon Jovi, Royal Farms has hosted some of the most famous names in Rock and Roll. Country fans have also been treated to performances by the likes of Carrie Underwood and George Strait at Royal Farms.

In addition to these larger venues, Baltimore also has a well-known bar called Rams Head Live. Not just any bar, Rams Head is known for hosting big-name bands and offering special pre- and post-show drink specials. Another hip spot to see a concert is Power Plant Live. Sensing a theme yet? Power Plant is more than a concert venue, it’s an entertainment hub, complete with restaurants, bars, and plenty of outdoor space to hang out.

Baltimore has a rich history filled with live music. In fact, over the years, various legends have been known to pass through Charm City. From Jazz talents like Eubie Blake and Billie Holiday to classical musicians and orchestras, Baltimore is perfect for fans of all musical genres. Baltimore’s Bromo Tower Arts and Entertainment District is a great area to learn more about the impact and influence that music has had on this city.

Baltimore is just over an hour’s drive from Washington, D.C., making it the perfect spot for visitors and locals alike to see a show. So, if you’re planning a trip in or around the Baltimore area, be sure to make a stop at one of the popular venues!

Baltimore Concert Venues

If you’re looking to see a big-time performer like Justin Timberlake, Chris Stapleton, or Nicki Minaj, definitely take a look at the city’s Royal Farms Arena. This indoor arena has a total capacity of over 14,000 and is home to Baltimore’s football and soccer teams. Other popular concert venues include the MECU Pavilion, Baltimore Soundstage, and Rams Head Live! For local and lesser-known bands, check out 8X10, 2640 Space, and Ottobar.

Baltimore Concert Ticket Prices

The average cost of a concert ticket in Baltimore is $133. However, pricing is subject to change depending on the performer, the day of the week that the performance falls on, and a variety of other factors.

Baltimore Music Festivals

Baltimore is home to a number of exciting music festivals. One of the most well-known is called Moonrise. This is an annual electronic dance music festival that takes place at the Pimlico Race Course. If you don’t mind a chilly night out, you can warm up by dancing at the Frozen Harbor Music Festival. This two-day festival takes place in February at Baltimore’s Power Plant Live! The Charm City Folk and Bluegrass Festival is another great event held in April at Druid Hill Park.

Baltimore Concert Tips & Tricks

As with many other big cities in America, catching a concert or band during a weeknight will likely be cheaper than on a weekend. If you can score weekday tickets, you may also find lesser crowds and easier parking access around the city.