Con­cert Venues

Where Baltimore - - The Guide -

Se­lect shows listed; see venue web­sites for full sched­ules.

THE 8X10— Venue for live mu­sic run­ning the gamut with blue­grass, EDM, jam, rock, alternative, hip-hop, funk and more. Live acts nightly. Ages 18 and up. John Brown’s Body, 9 Mile Roots April 21; The Suf­fers May 6; The Sun­bathers, Luke O’Brien, Muscle Tough May 19. www.the8x10.com. 10 E. Cross St., Fed­eral Hill, 410.625.2000 Map C8

BAL­TI­MORE SOUNDSTAGE— An eclec­tic venue host­ing ev­ery­thing from heavy metal to spo­ken word. Lucky Chops April 23; Amine May 2; Mary­land Death­fest 2017 May 25-28; An Evening with Dawes June 13; BJ Barham July 3. www.bal­ti­more­sound­stage.com. 124 Mar­ket Pl., In­ner Har­bor, 410.244.0057 Map D6

JOSEPH MEY­ER­HOFF SYM­PHONY HALL— Home of the Bal­ti­more Sym- phony Or­ches­tra; also hosts tour­ing per­form­ers, speakers and com­pa­nies. Its unique ar­chi­tec­ture means no flat walls or 90-de­gree an­gles. BSO: Rach­mani­noff’s Sym­phony No. 2, Part’s “Credo,” Stravinsky’s “Sym­phony of Psalms” April 28-30; Golden Dragon Acro­bats April 29; “E.T. The Ex­trater­res­trial” in Con­cert May 19-21; BSO: Bach’s Bran­den­burg Con­cer­tos June 10-11; John Mu­laney: “Kid Gor­geous” June 18. www.bso­mu­sic.org. 1212 Cathe­dral St., Mount Ver­non, 410.783.8000 Map C2

MOD­ELL PER­FORM­ING ARTS CEN­TER AT THE LYRIC— Opened in 1894 as a mu­sic hall, now a 2,564-seat theater in Mount Royal and on the Na­tional Reg­is­ter of His­toric Places. Ex­cel­lent acous­tics. “An­nie,” the Tony-win­ning mu­si­cal based on the pop­u­lar comic strip April 21-22; Steve Win­wood April 25; Bill Ma­her June 24; Idina Menzel July 18. www.lyri­c­op­er­a­house.com. 140 W. Mount Royal Ave., Mount Ver­non, 410.900.1150 Map C1

OTTOBAR— Gritty rock bar with sports on TV. Live acts from hard-core punk and alt-rock to acous­tic and rock­a­billy. Also per­for­mance art, karaoke and DJ dance par­ties. Amor­phis, Swal­low the Sun, Iris Divine, No­var­ium April 22; Surfer Joe, PLRLS, Fly­ing Faders, Candy Shell May 10; Suf­fo­ca­tion, Re­vo­ca­tion, Silent on Fifth Street May 19; DJ Mark Fa­rina June 3. www.theotto bar.com. 2549 N. Howard St., Charles Vil­lage, 410.662.0069 North of Map C1

POWER PLANT LIVE!— En­ter­tain­ment com­plex near the In­ner Har­bor with more than 15 restau­rants, bars and con­cert venues plus an art gallery. Op­tions range from the so­phis­ti­cated Mo­saic Lounge to the rock ‘n’ roll scene at An­gels and late-night tunes at Tin Roof. www.pow­er­plantlive.com. Mar­ket Place and Wa­ter St., Down­town Map D5

RAMS HEAD LIVE!— In Power Plant Live!, top tour­ing acts, emerging artists, trib­ute bands and lo­cal fa­vorites. Most shows stand­ing room only; all ages. The Ravyns, The 1974, The Russ Greene Band April 22; The Cult May 3; Pix­ies, Cym­bals Eat Guitars May 14; Mary­land Death­fest May 25-28; Saved by the 90s: A Party with The Bay­side Tigers June 10. www.ramshead­live.com. 20 Mar­ket Place, Down­town, 410.244.8854. Box of­fice: 410.244.1131 Map D5

ROYAL FARMS ARENA— Home of the Bal­ti­more Blast soc­cer team, this fa­cil­ity hosts 800,000 guests and 120 events each year. Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bai­ley Cir­cus: “Out of This World” April 20-30; Chance the Rap­per June 6; Neil Diamond June 9; Jour­ney June 14. www.roy­al­farm­sarena.com. 201 W. Bal­ti­more St., Down­town, 410.347.2020 Map C6

SHRIVER HALL— In its 51st sea­son, a con­cert se­ries pre­sent­ing top-notch clas­si­cal solo and cham­ber mu­sic recitals. On The Johns Hop­kins Univer­sity Home­wood Cam­pus. Su­san Gra­ham (mezzo-so­prano), Mal­colm Martineau (pi­ano) April 23; Dover Quar­tet April 29. www.shriver­con­certs.org. 105 Shriver Hall, 3400 N. Charles St., 410.516.7164 North of Map C1

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