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This theater offers basically the regular things that any other would - what sets it apart is the location that it is housed in. Add to the fact that the management believes in giving back to the community around it. Various educational as well as outreach programs are constantly planned by the committee for the benefit of the locals. They also have a well-planned season ahead of them packed with well-known plays and interesting events as all.
Home to the Baltimore Blast MISL soccer team, Royal Farms Arena (formerly the Baltimore Arena, 1st Mariner Arena and Baltimore Civic Center) is the city's largest indoor sports and entertainment facility. It is host to more than 100,000 visitors every year who come not just for the soccer team but for events ranging from family shows like Sesame Street Live, Barney, and Barnum & Bailey Circus. Sporting attractions include circuit boxing, gymnastics and tennis events. Conventions, graduations, and performances by U2 and Elton John have also been presented here.
The Hippodrome Theatre is the centerpiece of the France-Merrick Performing Arts Center, holding all of the center's shows. Located just three blocks away from the University of Maryland, this performing arts theater is a true gem of the city. This Vaudeville theater was built in 1914 and designed by Thomas White Lamb, one of the most prominent theater architects of his time. Over the years the theater went through various transformations, from a movie theater to a performing arts venue that it is today.
After a tiring day of sightseeing, a visit to the Power Plant is exactly what you need. The multiplex offers an array of dining and entertainment options. For dinner, choose from steak, Italian, Cuban and more. Several bars line the venue, tempting you to hop in and out. Some clubs hold stand up comedy shows too. Parties and concerts featuring popular bands are held on sunny summer evenings. Most of them have free entry! Come and experience the energy at this entertainment powerhouse.
Since 1982, Meyerhoff Symphony Hall, an anchor of Baltimore's midtown cultural district, has hosted symphony orchestras and classical virtuosos from around the world, as well as an eclectic roster of popular entertainers. This is perhaps the best place to hear music in Baltimore. The acoustics are absolutely amazing. The most delicate pianissimos are clearly audible and the fortissimos positively thunder. The hall's interior is gorgeous: there are no sharp corners and every surface is curved.
Renovated in 2006, this entertainment venue is known for hosting spectacular outdoor performances for the denizens of Baltimore. Located on Pier Six, and offering panoramic views of the gorgeous Inner Harbor, MECU Pavilion is within walking distance of many of the city's popular tourist attractions and hotels. Acts such as Willie Nelson, Matisyahu and Ke$ha have performed here making it a popular venue amongst lovers of music in the city.
While other comedy clubs feature crass comedians and inappropriate humor, Sully's Comedy Cellar is all about providing roaring laughter without sacrificing the class. Popular comedians from the likes of Comedy Central, Last Comic Standing, HBO, and David Letterman Show have performed here. Not only can you enjoy a good laugh here, you can also enjoy a good meal from the upstairs Bowman Restaurant. Showtimes are limited, only three acts a week on Friday and Saturday evenings, so plan accordingly.