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This Weekend in Baltimore

February 28 - March 1

Looking for something fun to do this weekend? Baltimore offers a great lineup of festivals, museum events, exhibitions, Baltimore maker gatherings, theatrical performances, sporting events, concerts and so much more. Check back each week to see our hand-picked event highlights. Get out, relax and have fun this weekend!

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Wicked

Hippodrome Theatre
Feb. 12-Mar 8, Various Showtimes
Wicked, the blockbuster musical that New York Times calls the “defining musical of the decade,” is headed to Baltimore! This captivating musical tells the story of the witches of Oz before Dorothy paid a visit. Its dazzling visuals and spectacular soundtrack will leave you mesmerized long after you leave the theatre.
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Monster Jam Triple Threat Series

Royal Farms Arena
Feb. 28-Mar 1, Various Showtimes
All your favorite monster trucks are coming to town for a rip-roaring good time! See Grave Digger, Max-D, El Toro Loco and many others fly, crash and smash their competition. Purchase the Pit Party Pass add-on for your chance to see the trucks up close and personal and take a photo with the drivers.
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Frozen Harbor Music Festival

Power Plant Live!
Feb. 28-Mar 1, Various showtimes
Over 100 local and national acts are set to rock out in Baltimore’s Inner Harbor! This two-day music festival, taking place at nine venues inside Power Plant Live!, will be headlined by Bad Boy Bill, Charm City Devils, Ray Wroten, The Harbor Boys and Reel Big Fish, whose 1996 smash “Sell Out” catapulted them into mainstream popularity.
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The Badass & The Beautiful Ms. Lisa Fischer

Keystone Koner Baltimore
Feb. 28 - 29, 7:30 p.m. and 10 p.m.
Lisa Fischer's performance has been said to be addicting, enriching, exciting and so transcendent. Her strong vocal mixed with her interpretive dance will have you wanting more.
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Maryland on Film VI: Look Before You Leap Year Edition

Enoch Pratt Library
Feb. 29, 2 p.m.
Enoch Pratt Free Library/State Library Resource Center partners with the Maryland Historical Society to host "Maryland On Film VI" a glimpse back at the people and places of Maryland's past, showcasing what "things used to look like" from as far back as the 1920s up through the '90s.
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St. Francis Missal Exhibit

The Walters Arts Museum
Feb. 1- May 31
Behold one of the most sacred 12th century manuscripts when it goes on display at the Walters Art Gallery. The recently restored St. Francis Missal, the relic of touch of St. Francis of Assisi, will be a part of an exhibition of the same name at the gallery. Curated by Lynley Herbert, the exhibit will also feature rare ivories, paintings, and ceramics.
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National Aquarium: Half-Price Friday Nights

National Aquarium
Fridays after 5 p.m.
Friday is your night! Get access to our award-winning exhibits for half the price of general admission during Half-Price Friday Nights, brought to you by M&T Bank. An evolution of our Fridays After Five program, Half-Price Friday Nights runs year-round, allowing you to spend any (or every) Friday evening after 5 pm with our 20,000-plus animal residents.
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Richard & Jane & Dick & Sally

Center Stage Theater
Feb. 6-Mar. 1, Various Showtimes
Dick and Jane from the classic children’s books are all grown up and dealing with some harsh realities in playwright Noah Diaz’s new play. Directed by Taylor Reynolds and co-produced by Baltimore Center Stage and Playwrights Realm, Richard & Jane & Dick & Sally is an often-witty, sometimes-heartbreaking look into the dynamics of one of America’s most beloved families – the good, the bad, and the hilarious.
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