September 13, 2012 | by Ayanna Alexander
Baltimore arts briefs: Sept. 14

Charm City Music Festival Saturday

The annual Charm City Music Festival is Saturday at Harbor East (720 Aliceanna Street) in Baltimore with Weezer headlining.

The Festival runs from noon to 11 p.m. and features acts such as Flogging Molly, Stephen Marley, Southern Culture on the Skids, Eve 6, All Mighty Senators and several others performing on two stages. Local seafood and craft vendors will also be on hand.

Tickets range from $48.50-$94.50. Details at charmcitymusicfestival.com.

The cast of ‘Electra.’ This Mobtown Players production continues through Sept. 29. (Photo courtesy Mobtown Players)

‘Electrica’ continues Sept. run

The Mobtown Players continue their production of Euripides’ “Electra” tonight at 8 p.m. and through Sept. 29.

The Lizzie Jump-directed production tells the classic tale of the title character’s quest to reunite with her long-lost brother Orestes and avenge their father’s murder.

The shot is performed Fridays and Saturdays at 8 p.m. and Sundays at 4. Tickets are $15, $12 for students. The Mobtown Theater at Meadow Mill is at 3600 Clipper Mill Road, Suite 114 in Baltimore. Visit mobtownplayers.com for details.

Grand Central adds Sappho’s ladies’ lounge

Sappho’s (1001 North Charles Street Baltimore 21201), Grand Central’s newest addition, is an exclusive ladies lounge, complete with complete with an outdoor second-floor deck viewing North Charles street, newly installed wooden dance space, new pool tables, flat-screen TVs and comfortable seating areas.

Tonight, Sappho’s is hosting a DJ dance party with no cover charge and an open dance floor. Happy hour is from 8-10 p.m. with $3 rail drinks and domestic beer. For more information, visit centralstationpub.com/sapphos.html

Md. Wine Festival in Westminster this weekend

The Maryland Wine Festival is at the Carroll County Farm Museum (500 S. Center Street in Westminster, Md. — near Baltimore) Saturday and Sunday for its 29th year.

Saturday hours are 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Sunday hours are noon to 6 p.m.

Admission varies from $27-$62 for adults. Designated drivers are available for $20. Teens are $20.

Visit marylandwinefestival.com for details.

 

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