WTMD's Pirate Radio Concerts 2 & 3

We’re setting sail twice more to bring free live music back to Baltimore! Our next Pirate Radio Concerts are Oct. 10 with Mark Hopkins & the Pretty War and Oct. 24 with Rufus Roundtree & Da Bmore Brass Factory. Pirate Radio Concerts are a partnership between WTMD, Stages Music Arts and Urban Pirates.

Our inaugural Pirate Radio Concert was such a hit, we’re partnering once again with Stages Music Arts and Urban Pirates to present two more free floating shows, on Saturdays Oct. 10 and 24.

The Oct. 10 show will feature the irresistible funk and rock of Mark Hopkins & The Pretty War, and we’re bringing it back to where we started with a special encore performance by Rufus Roundtree & Da Bmore Brass Factory on Oct. 24.

Since the sun sets earlier in October than our first Pirate Radio Concert last month, the timing will be slightly different — the ship comes to Canton Waterfront Park at 5:15 p.m. And we’re trimming the Federal Hill Park stop from the itinerary to save time and because of its distance from the water.

Here is the tentative schedule:

5:15 p.m. – Canton Waterfront Park
5:45 p.m.- Fells Point
6:15 p.m.- Inner Harbor
6:45 p.m.- Locust Point

You can enjoy the music at a safe distance from the shore, or aboard your own vessel in the Baltimore harbor. If you’re watching from land, be sure to follow city guidelines for social distancing.

WTMD’s Pirate Radio Concerts are made possible in part by Pink Whitney by New Amsterdam Vodka, Monument City Brewing Co., Little Havana, Live Baltimore, and the Maryland Department of Agriculture’s Maryland’s Best Seafood and Agriculture Products Program.