Detour Concert calendar Concert calendar for the week of Sunday, June 17th

Concert calendar for the week of Sunday, June 17th


The Institute of Musical Traditions presents clawhammer banjo workshops with Evie Ladin and Cathy Fink at the School of Musical Traditions in the Talbott Center shopping plaza in Rockville, MD. on Monday. 301-754-3611

The Baltimore Django Jam is every Monday at De Kleine Duivel in Hampden.

The Baltimore Folk Music Society sponsors English Country Dance every Monday at St. Mark’s on the Hill on Reisterstown Road and American Contra and Square Dancing every Wednesday at the Lovely Lane Church on St. Paul Street. 888.646.BFMS

At the Ram’s Head in Annapolis – Monday & Tuesday: Robert Cray Band; Thursday: Southern Culture On The Skids w/ David Mayfield; Friday: Seldom Scene; Saturday afternoon: Andy McKee; Saturday evening: Bob Sima w/Conor & the Wild Hunt; Sunday: Tower of Power. 410-268-4545

At the Birchmere in Alexandria VA – Monday: Gordon Lightfoot; Tuesday: Robert Earl Keen w/Zane Campbell; Wednesday: Robert Cray Band; Friday & Saturday: Tower of Power. 703-549-7500

The quartet All Our Exes Live in Texas are at the Kennedy Center Millennium Stage in Washington, DC on Monday at 5:30.

The Baltimore Bluegrass Jam is Tuesday at the Five & Dime Ale House in Hampden. 443-835-2179

On Tuesday Ben Hunter & Joe Seamons celebrate Juneteenth at Hill Center in Washington DC.

Midway Fair with The Tool Shed and Waylon K. Smith are at Joe Squared on North Avenue on Wednesday. 410-545-0444



Cicada Rhythm is at the Creative Alliance on Thursday. Mokoomba from Zimbabwe has a dance party on Friday. On Saturday from noon to 3pm, Baltimore’s World Refugee Day features youth and adult performers that are new American artists resettled in Baltimore. Plenty of food and workshops plus performances by Jackline Ndaizye, Silk Road Dance Company, Prem Raja Mahat, and Mokoomba. On Sunday Baltimore musicians including Liz Downing, Anne Watts (of Boister), Mind on Fire, Michael Willis, Brooks Long, and Hanna Olivegren recreate the world of Moondog. And Sunday is a Cajun dance party with Steve Riley & the Mamou Playboys. 410-276-1651

Uptown Concerts presents Robin Bullock at Baldwin’s Station in Sykesville on Thursday. 410-795-1041

The Bridge are at The 8×10 on Thursday, Friday and Saturday with guests Grand Ole’ Ditch (Thurs), Jordan August (Fri) and Tim Nodar (Sat). 410-625-2000

The next Live Lunch in WTMD’s performance space in Towson is Mokoomba on Friday. Come see the show live at noon or tune in to 89.7 WTMD.

Friday, The Old Part of Town plays at The Filling Station in Sparks. 410-771-0006

Homestead Collective and Wild Harbors are at the Four Hour Day Lutherie on Harford Road on Friday. (410) 637-3728

The Dustbowl Revival will be at The Soundry in Columbia, MD on Friday. 443.283.1200

sat-morn-tunes-beatlesWTMD’s Saturday Morning Tunes series continues this Saturday with The Beatles Family Festival featuring Yellow Dubmarine, Cara Kelly, and Matt Hutchison. Doors open at 9 a.m. and the music runs from 9:30 a.m.-11:30 a.m. And will be broadcast live on 89.7 WTMD. Tickets at

Darla Jean and the Somethin’ or Others are at the Fells Point Farmers’ Market on Saturday from 9am to noon.

Common Ground on the Hill‘s Traditions Week I of concerts and workshops starts on Sunday at McDaniel College in Westminster. Instructors during the three weeks include Jumoke Ajanku, Randy Barrett, Robin Bullock, Andy Cohen, Guy Davis, Rachel Eddy, FUNI, Josh Hisle, Ken Kolodner, Professor Louie, Rod MacDonald, Andrew Finn Magill, Emily Martin, Lydia Sylvia Martin, Walt Michael, Jesse Palidofsky, Michael G. Ronstadt, Sparky & Rhonda Rucker, and Radim Zenkl plus bands Connla and Mile Twelve. 410-857-2771

Sunday, OCEAN Orchestra will be at Mason District Park Amphitheatre in Annandale VA. 703-324-7469


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