BALTIMORE (WJZ) – WTMD First Thursday, the massive outdoor concert series that has become one of Baltimore’s most popular events during the spring and summer, is returning after a two-year hiatus, Radio said on Friday.
Popular indie rock group Parquet Courts will open the festival May 5 at Canton Waterfront Park, featuring Cincinnati group The Heavy Hours and local indie-pop artist Peach Face.
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Additional performances will be held on the first Thursday of the month through the end of September.
In addition to music, attendees can enjoy local food and drink and shop for items from 50 Maryland-based vendors.
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New for this year: DJ Reyka Vodka tent and McCormick Spice Food Court.
On its first Thursday Festival scheduled for May 5, the Made In Baltimore store will set up a craft village with crafts from more than 25 artisans, fabricators, and manufacturers. local export.
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Music starts at 5:30pm and admission is free.
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