25 Music Experiences in Maryland
From grand theaters that seat thousands to a local vineyard or church, there’s no shortage of great musical venues in Maryland.
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1 Rams Head
Rams Head on Stage, in the heart of downtown Annapolis, is a lively spot that is part music venue, part restaurant, part brewery. See well-known acts in an intimate setting while sampling the tavern's wide-ranging menu, house-brewed beers and specialty cocktails.
Rams Head Live, in Baltimore's Inner Harbor brings Baltimore country, punk, rock, blues, DJ and acoustic artists all under one eclectic roof.
2 Creative Alliance, Baltimore
For a musical experience that pushes the limits of art, visit this multi-purpose art center in the heart of Baltimore’s Highlandtown neighborhood. The Creative Alliance welcomes a wide range of performers from Irish acoustic and reggae to Klezmer music and Zydeco. They’ve even put on a War of 1812 rock opera, so you’re bound to find something you’ll love!
3 The Fillmore, Silver Spring
This gorgeous, 2,000-seat theater still maintains an intimate feel that keeps the audience close to the music. With a lush bar and lounge area, the Fillmore hosts big name acts in a cool, funky space in the heart of Silver Spring’s bustling entertainment district.
4 Avalon Foundation, Easton
The Avalon Foundation, the largest arts organization on the Eastern Shore, includes the wonderfully restored Art Deco Avalon Theatre. This 400-seat venue hosts a variety of events including live transmissions of the Metropolitan Opera from New York City’s Lincoln Center. The Foundation also features the Stoltz Listening Room, a 60-seat venue for cabaret-style performances.