Live Music Venues and Nighclubs
Baltimore's most compact nightlife scene is Power Plant Live! The entertainment complex hosts 10 or so restaurants, bars, nightclubs, concert venues and one art gallery that all spill out into one big plaza making moving from club to restaurant and back to club an easy stroll.
Near Inner Harbor attractions such as the National Aquarium, ESPN Zone and Harborplace, the waterfront, outdoor concert venue Pier Six Pavilion is a fabulous place to see a show.
Nestled in the Inner Harbor entertainment hub known as Power Plant Live, the Rams Head Tavern and Rams Head Live! concert venue are a great sources of fine food, homemade beer and cutting-edge musical talent.
Gay or straight, those who love to dance flock to this downtown club.
There's not a bad seat in the house. But, to be honest, there are no seats at all in this former movie theater in downtown Towson that now books local and national musical acts.
Booking 80 to 100 bands a month, it's no surprise that this club is open every night of the week.
See local and touring bands from both levels of this live music venue in Federal Hill.
Celtic musicians entertain at this Mount Vernon pub.
Look for the area's top jazz, R&B, soul and blues musicians at this downtown club.
Stylish, Mount Vernon nightclub attracts a mature, mostly African-American crowd.
Enjoy three levels of dancing and dining at this downtown club featuring Argentine tango, salsa and jazz ensembles.