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20 Market Place, Baltimore, MD 21202

Upcoming Highlights

  • Metric

    Mar 9, 2016

  • Jukebox the Ghost

    Mar 25, 2016

  • Beirut

    Apr 12, 2016

  • Breaking Benjamin & Starset

    Apr 20, 2016

  • Jim Norton

    May 5, 2016

Metric

March 9, 2016

Indie-rockers Metric have returned with their latest - and sixth - studio album, Pagans in Vegas. The synth-pop sounds doing the rounds in music today have rubbed off, but don't dismay, lead vocalist Emily Haines still gives each track the untamed edge synonymous with their sound. Formed in 1998 at Toronto, they're not only one of the few indie-rock bands that can pull of this dance-influenced sound whilst still retaining their original fan-base, but also one of the few bands whose line-up hasn't changed over the years.

Jukebox the Ghost

March 25, 2016

Formed in their college days, power-pop trio Jukebox the Ghost combine quirky melodic hooks with an infectious energy culminating in upbeat, unashamed pop-laden ear worms that will get your toes tapping. After the release of their debut album 'Let Live & Let Ghosts' in 2008, the band was bolstered by a positive reception and began touring extensively. Now they hit the road again on a 5 month long tour of the US, with either Great Big World or Twin Forks in tow.

Beirut

April 12, 2016

A world music-influenced indie-rock band, the band started in a teenager's bedroom in New Mexico. That former teenager, multi-instrumentalist and frontman Zach Condon, is now joined by members Perrin Cloutier, Nick Petree, Paul Collins, Kelly Pratt and Ben Lanz. After four years, their fourth studio album, No No No, marked a return to the spotlight for the Folk Pop phenomenon.

Breaking Benjamin & Starset

April 20, 2016

Blending the prog operatics of Muse with the electro-tinged angst of Nine Inch Nails, Breaking Benjamin have swiftly become one of America's leading rock bands. Capable of summoning crunching riffs that explode into soaring choruses seemingly at will, the Pennsylvania five-piece unleashed their latest record Dark before Dawn in 2015.

Jim Norton

May 5, 2016

This controversial comic continues to raise laughs (as well as eyebrows) with his own particular brand of cringe humor. As well as hosting the adult-oriented Opie With Jim Norton Show on SiriusXL Radio, Norton continually tours the US performing live to brave audiences. Described as having literally no filter on what he covers in his acts, be prepared for an eye-opening array of stories that will make you splutter, wince and quite possible facepalm yourself.

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