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Open Mics in Baltimore, MD

Host: Geoffrey

Acoustic performers and duos welcome at Los Rancheros, a family-friendly Mexican restaurant in the Hamilton/Lauraville neighborhood of Baltimore. We have a PA and microphones, so bring your instruments and voices!

Sign up starting at 6:30, with music from 7 to 9.



  • Submitted by Acacia Sears
  • Last updated: April 9
Host: Clarence Ward III
Hosted by Clarence Ward III. Burning straight ahead jazz. Great food, no parking. Event notices published Monday afternoons on Facebook in jazz related groups.


Terra 2.0 and The QueenEarth Band present . . .

Grounded: A Direct Electrical Connection to the Earth

101 E 25th St

Baltimore, MD

Doors 630pm Event 730 - 10pm

$10 performance lovers

$5 performers

Open Mic/ Jam Session/ Stellar Performance

2nd Tuesdays - Sept 2017- Feb 2018

What is it that connects us with the Earth? When do we feel most human? How do we orbit around the universe, move around the world, connect with other people? It's season 2 and we are featuring a stellar artist/performance for inspirational storytelling, the best open mic-ers, and the atmosphere of Charles Village staple Terra Cafe 2.0, evolved for more and better community building!

Sept 12 - Cassi Rae

Oct 10- Scotty P

Nov 14 - J Pope

Dec 12 - ilyAIMY

Jan 9 - Brooks Long

Feb 13 - Black Chakra


  • Submitted by QueenEarth
  • Last updated: April 9
Host: Chris Durm

Laid back open mic with excellent service and a friendly atmosphere. Also, amazing food. Please leave your ego at the door :) Do not sign your friends up. No favorites. I put the list out at 8:30.

PA, mics, mic stands, all cables, and tuner provided. If playing as duo/trio/ect… please bring extra instrument cables!


Host: Eli Herrnstadt

If you haven't checked this out - you're missing out!!!

Baltimore's Most Diverse and Eclectic Open Mic

Sponsored by The Watermelon Room

Every Tuesday at The Depot!! 7pm-Midnight

Open to performers of all types - music, spoken word, comedy, poetry - show us your talent!

Backline available for musicians (drums, guitar/bass amps) as well as a full PA. Aux in available.

Come out early to ensure a spot on the list as it fills up fast though we do our best to get through it all. So far so good!

10 min. slots - 30 min. for featured act

Signups start at 7 / first performer by 7:30 / featured act at ~8:30

$2 Bohs

No cover



Audience vote determines the weekly winner - receives a free drink.

All weekly winners are eligible to play in our quarterly showcase - first prize is 20 hours of studio time. Determined by judges and audience vote. Featured act not eligible for vote same week. Feel free to ask Eli or Garrett if you have any questions.

Next showcase is April 16th >>>>>>>>>>>>

Email if you want to be considered for a 30 minute featured artist spot!

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  • Submitted by Garrett
  • Last updated: April 9
Open Mic (music, comedy, poetry)
Selected Tuesdays at 8pm
1919 Fleet Street
Baltimore, MD
Lots of talent! Great BAR! Cheap booze… Sign-up 7:30. Show starts 8:00.


  • Submitted by Greg Scruggs
  • Last updated: April 9
Host: Ryan Comstock

Sign-up @ 7:30PM

Bring your own instruments

(PA, speakers, mics, etc. all provided)

No drum sets allowed (sorry)

Collaboration highly encouraged


Host: Mark Mikina


  • Submitted by Scott Cover
  • Last updated: April 9
Open Mike (music, comedy, poetry)
Selected Fridays at 7pm
First Unitarian Church
1 West Hamilton Street
Baltimore, MD
We are and acoustic music, comedy and poetry open mike with a friendly and low key audience. Content should be appropriate for all ages. Doors open at 6 P.M. and there is a sign up sheet at the door. Parking is free on the street after 6 P.M. and there is an inexpensive parking garage on Franklin Street.


  • Last updated: April 9


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Host: Tim Harrigan
Come on out to the Bromo Tower Saturday afternoon. Take a clock tour, look at the art studios, and make some noise! The room is on the third floor, but the elevator is fun and the acoustics are great - no microphone or amp required. Electric things are OK, but you'll need your own amp and you won't need much wattage. On-street parking isn't bad, and garages are nearby.


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