Concerts in Easton

Trillectro Music Festival – Up to 49% Off

Trillectro Music Festival

RFK Stadium Lot 8

$80.10 $41

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Third annual hip-hop & electronic music festival features EDM DJs, indie rockers, hip-hop's new wave of trendsetters, and headliner Big Sean

Arcade Fire – Up to 45% Off Concert

Arcade Fire

Verizon Center

$42.10 $25

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Grammy-winning indie-rockers celebrate their new album, which adds dance beats and Haitian Carnival music to their epic pop

Lil' Boosie – Up to 30% Off Hip-Hop Concert

Lil' Boosie

Echostage

$92.80 $65

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Lil' Boosie prepares for his next album release with a new outlook on life and new hit "Show Da World"

Twins Jazz – Up to 53% Off Show

Twins Jazz

Twins Jazz

$24 $13

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Jazz lounge hosts virtuoso musicians such as vocalist Danielle Wertz & veteran pianist Larry Brown as patrons sip beer, wine & cocktails

Billy Currington and Jerrod Niemann – Up to 25% Off Concert

A Night at the Park feat. Billy Currington and Jerrod Niemann

Nationals Park

$178.90 $135

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Stars behind hits such as "Pretty Good at Drinkin' Beer" and "Lover, Lover" fill the ballpark with country tunes during charity event

Anna Vissi Live – Up to 56% Off Pop Concert

Anna Vissi Live

Echostage

$110.20 $49

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Iconic Greek singer shares highlights from a repertoire that includes pop tunes, dance numbers, and powerhouse ballads

Jesse McCartney – Up to 52% Off

Jesse McCartney

The Fillmore Silver Spring

$33 $16

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Singer, songwriter, and actor shares soulful pop hits in support of his latest album, In Technicolor

MattyB – Up to 53% Off Pop Concert

MattyB

The Fillmore Silver Spring

$32 $15

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Internet rap sensation, who happens to be 11 years old, floors audiences with G-rated swagger and age-defying skills

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Red Horse is a folk-music supergroup comprised of independent artists Lucy Kaplansky, Eliza Gilkyson, and John Gorka. This trio takes the stage at the historic Avalon Theater to perform music from their eponymous album, as well as songs they have never recorded and some rearrangements of old classics. The group's music is chock-full of angelic vocals, enchanting instrumentation, powerful harmonies, and audible gum-chewing sounds.

40 E Dover St
Easton,
MD
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Only one person's musical taste matters to DJs Rich Scott and Tina Bussey: yours. Whether spinning at weddings or bar and bat mitzvahs, Rich and Tina lure partygoers to the dance floor with whatever music you want, be it '50s bee-bop or contemporary hip-hop.

While grooving among Progressive DJ & Karaoke's bubble and fog machines, backlit by vivacious light shows, or brandishing Elvis-inspired props, karaoke participants croon their favorite songs. Customized touches can even precede events thanks to Progressive's design imprint, which can generate personalized invitations, flyers, and signs for each soiree.

8827 Fort Smallwood Rd
Pasadena,
MD
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Repeatedly deemed Best Rock Club and once voted Best Drunken Hookup Bar by City Paper readers, Ottobar hosts an ongoing calendar of local and touring bands, DJs, and comedians. With bars on both floors of the two-story venue, guests can sip on mixed drinks and beers while listening to live music or pumping quarters into an award-winning jukebox. The venue also hosts special nights including spelling bees and underground dance parties, wherein guests shake their hips to the sound of shoveling.

2549 N Howard St
Baltimore,
MD
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"So You Think You Can Sing Opera" gives amateur aria-artists an opportunity to spread their lungs and take flight in front of a live audience. These open auditions for future productions by the Baltimore Concert Opera showcase the area's untapped operatic ability, with performers (hopefully) soaring their way through seminal pieces from the operatic canon—think American Idol, except with fewer power ballads and more Puccini. Dress code for the event is business casual, so dust off your opera glasses and opera Foam-Dome and enjoy an evening of high notes and high pressure with today's Groupon.

11 W Mount Vernon Pl
Baltimore,
MD
US

Strand Theater Company presents original, evocative plays with an emphasis on providing women opportunities for roles as actors, directors, playwrights, and set designers. Strand's upcoming 2010–11 season kicks off with the critically acclaimed The Glory of Living (October 7–23), which relates Rebecca Gilman's visceral and complex story of a 16-year-old girl married to an ex-convict twice her age. When the holiday season arrives and families start glazing their mistletoe with a mixture of eggnog and ham essence, you can get in the spirit with A Peppermint Patty Christmas (December 2–18), which portrays a character vowing to speak the truth when she heads home for the holidays. A dramatic adaptation of Joan Didion's The Year of Magical Thinking (February 3–19) is a compelling one-woman play, written after the loss of Didion's husband and daughter. The season wraps up with the socially minded One Flea Spare (April 21–May 7), Naomi Wallace's sharp play based in seventeenth-century England and called "one of the finest works of dramatic literature" by playwright Tony Kushner.

1823 N Charles St
Baltimore,
MD
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The BSO's "Off the Cuff" series sends audiences on a journey through the lives and times of the evening's featured composers. Music Director Marin Alsop engages classical neophytes and veteran symphony-goers alike with her lively 90-minute concerts. Analyze This: Mahler and Freud delves into the subconscious of the composer and psychiatrist, re-creating a meeting between the two as Freud mentally pokes and prods at his subject's psyche. Shostakovich’s Fifth Symphony reveals the political drama of 1930s Russia, and Cinderella Suite explores Sergei Prokofiev's strained relationship with his fairy godmother. A free-for-all question-and-answer session follows each performance, and the evening concludes when several minor-league baseball players stop by to hit T-shirts into the crowd with a bat.

1212 Cathedral St
Baltimore,
MD
US