‘Shop and Eat to the Beat’ all summer long at The Avenue at White Marsh

The Avenue Shop Eat BeatNow that construction on the new plaza is complete, with a grand opening scheduled for Saturday, The Avenue at White Marsh is relaunching its summer concert series for 2017.

“THE AVENUE LIVE! Shop and Eat to the Beat” will take place every Friday and Saturday from 7:00  to 9:00 p.m.  It will stretch from Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day weekend.

Patrons will be able to enjoy patio dining or they can grab a bite from one of The Avenue’s many eateries.  Attendees may also bring a blanket (no chairs).

The events will feature new musical talent every week.

For the convenience of those in need of additional seating, representatives from Perry Hall High School will provide chairs (appropriate for use on the turf) and blankets for rental. A minimum donation of $2 per chair or blanket is required. All proceeds will benefit the fundraising efforts of Perry Hall High School.

Please note – rented chairs must be utilized on a designated area at the back of the turf so as not to interfere with the blanket seating space.
* Please remember… B.Y.O. is prohibited at these performances. Only food and beverages purchased from The Avenue at White Marsh restaurants and eateries are permitted in the event area. The Main Plaza (event area), is designated smoke free.

Here the 2017 concert line-up:

5/20 Unity Reggae (5 p.m.) & 8 Ohms (7 p.m.)
5/26 Nelly’s Echo (Pop Rock)
5/27 The Crawdaddies (Roots Rock, Zydeco)
6/2 Proverbs Reggae Band (Reggae)
6/3 Liquid A (Pop)
6/9 Will Hill (Rock, Ska)
6/10 Justin Trawick and the Common Good (Americana)
6/16 LVT (Alternative / Indie Rock)
6/17 King Teddy (Rockabilly, Swing)
6/23 Jah Works (Reggae)
6/24 Dublin 5 (Celtic Rock)
6/30 Swampcandy (Blues, Roots)
7/1 The Racket (Roots Rock)
7/7 Pressing Strings (Folk Rock)
7/8 Moonshine Society (R&B)
7/14 Michael Louis Band (Rock Blues)
7/15 The Crawdaddies (Roots Rock, Zydeco)
7/21 The ShamRogues (Celtic Rock)
7/22 Gold Magnolias (R&B/soul, Pop)
7/28 NOMAD (Modern Country)
7/29 Classroom Dragons (Americana)
8/4 Billy Coulter Band (Roots Rock/Pop)
8/5 Hustle Souls (Soul, Roots Rock, Funk)
8/11 Natty Beaux (Jump Blues/Swing/Rockabilly)
8/12 Proverbs Reggae Band (Reggae)
8/18 Nelly’s Echo (Pop Rock)
8/19 The Scotch Bonnets (Funky Reggae Rock)
8/25 Junkyard Saints (New Orleans Funk)
8/26 Sweet Leda (funk, soul and pop)
9/1 Barleyjuice (Celtic Rock)
9/2 Speakers of the House (funk, Rock)

Spring Concert Series 2017 returns to PHWMBA, PCBA

Spring Concert SeriesIt’s that time of year again.

Both the Perry Hall/White Marsh Business Association and Parkville Carney Business Association have announced their respective lineups for their 2017 Spring Concert Series.

The PHWMBA 2017 Spring Concert Series will be held every Friday in May at Perry Hall Middle School, located at 4300 Ebenezer Road, 21236.  All shows start at 6 p.m.

Here’s the PHWMBA 2017 Spring Concert Series lineup:

5/5 – On Common Ground

5/12 – School of Rock: Baltimore

5/19 – Chris Montcalmo

5/26 – Marshall Law

The PCBA Spring Concert Series will be held every Friday from May 5 through June 30 at Racers’ Cafe, located at 7732 Harford Road, 21234.  All shows go from 6 to 9 p.m.

Here’s the PCBA 2017 Spring Concert Series lineup:

5/5 – First Class

5/12 – Gene Vincentt & the Cadillac Cruisers

5/19 – Bruno Martians

5/26 – Todd Miller Band

6/2 – Ghost of War

6/9 – Rob Fahey & the Pieces

6/16 – Tri-Polar

6/23 – Rhythm Surf Monkeys & Awaken

6/30 – Sound Storm


Stanstock 2016 comes to Parkville this weekend

stanstock-2016In addition to the 2016 Parkville Towne Center Fair, there’s another big event taking place in Parkville this weekend.

Stanstock 2016 returns to McAvoy’s Sports Bar & Grill on Saturday, September 10th and Sunday, September 11th.

Stanstock is the ultimate musical reunion, featuring 31 bands (including Crack the Sky) on 2 stages over 2 days.

Attendess can enjoy the best in local music while supporting the Nicole Van Horn Trust Fund & the Catch A Lift Foundation.

Stanstock was the brainchild of Stan Gibson, a local musician. About 5 years ago, he created a page on Facebook called “Baltimore Bands from the 70s, 80s, 90s” with the intention of bringing together musicians, fans, music venues and members of the golden age of live music in the Baltimore Metro area. The page is now a virtual community of 7,500+ avid music lovers.

For more information and tickets, visit the Stanstock website or the official Facebook event page here.