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Bio: Although the members of Dreamboat Armada hail from Baltimore’s southern neighbor, Howard County, they have made their home on the stages of the Charm City. The current line-up has been an active part of the Baltimore music scene since 2011, and has had the privilege of opening for Mr. Eric Johnso... See Full BioMore Info
On Monday Nov. 18th Dreamboat Armada celebrates "Birthaversary II: The Terrible Twos". Join us for our two year anniversary at the Ottobar with amazing Baltimore bands Migration of the Herd, The Amaretto Meltdowns, Sin 4 Sin, and The Last Year. There will be special "Birthaversary II" merchandise that you will only be able to get at this show, as well as a raffle for our fans! Mind Blowing Balt-Rock and free stuff! Don't miss this show!
A frighteningly great weekend of Baltimore bands! Gruesome games Costume Contests & more! FREAKY FRIDAY: NIGHT 1 OF 2
Thanks everyone for coming out and making the past two Camp Down events so amazing and memorable. This year will feature an extra night of live music, upgraded professional audio and stage lighting, and additional facilities & camping options. Of course, the enchanted forest will be illuminated for your delight and the bonfire will be raging; grab your tent, a good friend, and then come on down to the farm for a weekend of top notch local music. FRIDAY OCT. 18th 7:00-7:45 Amaretto Meltdowns 8:00-8:45 Victims of Experience 9:00-9:45 Phantom Limbs 10:00-10:45 Whiskey & the Kidney Stones 11:00-11:45 Voodoo Pharmacology 12:00-12:45 VIB 1:00- DJ Noah SATURDAY OCT. 19th 12:00-12:45 Your Solar 1:00-1:45 Willies Light 2:00-2:45 Gatsby 3:00-3:45 Skribe 4:00-4:45 The Solicitors 5:00-5:45 Knolly Moles 6:00-6:45 Grilled Lincolns 7:00-7:45 Higher Education 8:00-8:45 Joint Effort 9:00-9:45 FatmanCatbite 10:00-10:45 Happy Fuzzy 11:00-12:00 Dreamboat Armada 12:00-12:45 Magpie String Band 1:00- Mariner Project A 21 AND OLDER event IDs to be checked at gate Friday night: $15 Saturday: $20 Both days: $30 FEATURING: Fire Dancers, Led Hula Dancers, fireworks, bonfire, sky lanterns, Full Moon, Volleyball, cornhole, bring your favorite yard games. FOOD/ BEER BYOB NO GLASS We encourage you to bring extra water. Feel free to bring your own food and cooking gear, or use the multiple grills available at the picnic tables. Also, a local Catering Company will be selling Bar-b-que for those who desire. CAMP The property is large and scenic. Please bring a tent, pop-up, or RV and camp out Friday and Saturday night. Autumn camping is wonderful, but can get chilly at night. Consider this when choosing your clothes and gear. Bring a Sleeping Bag. You may use propane camping cook tops and grills. There are to be no open fires lit in the camping areas. The campground is a short walk from the stage, you may park your car next to camp. But, for safety reasons no vehicles will be allowed to drive in or out of the camping area after dark. So, if you plan on camping come early to set up. If you arrive after dark, you can still camp, but you will have to park elsewhere and hike your gear down.
A cause that is dear to our hearts, Dreamboat Armada will be rocking while people are walking to help stop diabetes. Visit the website if you would like to make a donation!
Join Sweet Leda, Dreamboat Armada, 98 Rock, and The Hard Rock Café as we kick off the brand new unplugged concert series. Inspired by MTV's Unplugged, this concert series will feature local Baltimore acts in a stripped down and intimate setting.
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