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WTMD’s Virtual First Thursday Festival

Virtual First Thursday Festival feat. Allen Stone & more

We understand these are trying times, but we feel strongly that music can heal us. This is our first-ever Virtual First Thursday Festival, featuring live performances from: Allen Stone Fantastic Negrito The Airborne Toxic Event Chicano Batman Margaret Glaspy Hollis Brown Ed Schrader's Music Beat Landis Expandis The Baltimore Rock Opera Society & more!! MCed by WTMD's Afternoon Drive Host Carrie Evans, and featuring guest appearances from Sam Gallant, Alex Cortright, Mary Prankster, DDm, Super City & more! Send a photo of your spread at home to and we'll include the best ones in the show! And for once, coolers and outside alcohol are permitted. Sponsored in part by: Downtown Partnership of Baltimore Monument City Brewing Co. Reyka Vodka Truly Hard Seltzer Cavit Wines Tropicool Italian Ice Maryland Department of Agriculture’s Maryland’s Best Seafood Program And WTMD members

Posted by WTMD on Thursday, June 4, 2020

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WTMD keeps me out of a musical rut. In these dreadful times music is critical to my mental health.

Sarah, Baltimore, MD

Because you do make the the very best music happen. Turning my radio on every morning to you is such an important part of my day: you provide community support incredible programming and a semblance of normalcy and FUN on a daily basis. That has been so much more important and appreciated in these recent weeks. Thank you all so much and stay healthy!

Jenifer, Baltimore, MD

I live in NC but work in Catonsville and listen to ONLY WTMD when I am up here! Love the station and want to support it.

David, Youngsville, NC

I started listening to WTMD when I began working at Towson University about five years ago mostly out of a sense of institutional pride. Since then I have realized that I never truly understood what radio could be until I heard it coming from 89.7 on the dial. I have a 4-year-old son now and his first concerts were Saturday Morning Tunes shows and we love to listen every Saturday morning. Right now we’re all self-isolating at home and listened to Young At Heart for hours this morning. Thank you for all that you do for your listeners and the community.

Abram, Ellicott City, MD

WTMD makes my day better every day. Streaming services are great but a streaming service can’t share their day their mood or their ideas with you the way a DJ can. I can’t count how many favorite artists funny anecdotes or great shows I’ve experienced because I’m a listener – now it’s time for me to be a MEMBER.

Renata, Baltimore, MD

You guys are awesome and I agree that music heals! We are all in this together. I am pleased to make a monthly donation. Please keep up the music coming!

Jane, Towson, MD
WTMD is constantly on in our house. With all of us home more often it’s nice to have the familiar voices and great music to keep us positive throughout the day! Thank you for keeping the music going!
Elisa, Baltimore, MD
WTMD is amazing and often times a lifeline of sorts for me. You all mean more to me than I can say. Thank you!
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