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Organization bringing live performances to Baltimore residents' front yards

Posted at 11:16 AM, Mar 22, 2020
and last updated 2020-03-22 11:21:54-04

BALTIMORE — Thanks to Creative Alliance, people in Baltimore can have musicians and other performance-based artists come to their front yards and perform for their families.

Creative Alliance said working musicians, dancers, magicians, burlesque performers, aerialists, and other performance-based artists have had their gigs and their livelihoods canceled for the foreseeable future due to the coronavirus.

They want you to join them in creating performance opportunities for these artists throughout Baltimore while simultaneously respecting the need for everyone to keep a safe distance.

Beginning this week, Creative Alliance will offer people the opportunity to have a short performance with two to three songs delivered to the front of your home (or a friend/loved one’s home) for a small fee.

Performers will come to the confirmed address, text the residence upon arrival and share their talents from the sidewalk.

The donations from each of these performance events will be shared between the artist and Creative Alliance to help keep the arts alive and thriving in Baltimore.

The Concerts:

MAR 20 | Ken & Brad Kolodner SOLD OUT
MAR 21 | Caleb Stine SOLD OUT
MAR 22 | Brandon Woody & Allen Bernard Branch SOLD OUT
MAR 22 | The Homestead Street Band SOLD OUT
MAR 23 | Gerson Durand (of Bad Hombres)
MAR 24 | Baby Carrots
MAR 24 | Katie Long SOLD OUT
MAR 25 | Jamal "Black Root" Collier
MAR 26 | Letitia Vansant SOLD OUT
MAR 28 | Scott Paytner (of Jah Works)

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