Free concerts in Catonsville

Free concerts

  • Catonsville residents Jill and Larry Smith dance during Sunday's peformance of the Mahoney brothers at Lurman Woodland Theatre.The July 24 concert was part of the annual series of free weekend musical events at the outdoor ampitheater on the campus of Catonsville High School. The series is celebrating its 20th anniversary this summer series.
Catonsville residents Jill and Larry Smith dance during Sunday's… (Photo by Noah Scialom, Patuxent…)
July 28, 2011

Thursday concert courtesy Edmondson–Westview Recreation Council

Thursday concerts at Westview Neighborhood Park, intersection of Chesworth and Gilston Park roads, 7 p.m.

July 28: TNT Steel Drum Band

Music from the Caribbean

Sponsors: Duesenberg's Cafe & Grille, Del. Adrienne Jones, state Sen. Delores Kelley, Del. Shirley Nathan-Pulliam, 1st District Councilman Tom Quirk, Retirement & Investment Group, Westview Park Improvement and Civic Association, Woodbridge Valley Improvement and Civic Association.

Patrons: Monaghan's Pub, Chef Paolino's Cafe, Chadwick Liquors, Gem Liquors, Dr.Michael Schwartz.

For information, call the Edmondson-Westview Recreation Office at 410-887-0962 or TTY/DEAF at410-887-5319.

Frederick Road Fridays

Friday concerts at Egges Lane, 6:30-8:30 p.m.

July 29: Marquis Soul

Sponsors: Whalen Properties, We Love Catonsville, Jennings Cafe, Russel Toyota, Edible Arrangements, EmbroidMe, Maryland Residential Realty, McFarland & Masters, Narcissus Salon, Retirement & Investment Group, Ribbons of Comfort Foundation, Team 12 A (State Sen. Ed Kasemeyer, Dels. James Malone and Steven DeBoy), Wolfe & Fiedler.

No alcoholic beverages permitted outside Jennings Beer Garden.

For information, go to

Weekend concerts at Lurman Woodland Theatre

Saturday and Sunday, 6-8 p.m., unless otherwise noted, at 614 Hilltop Road, on campus of Catonsville High School.

July 30: School of Rock Music-Baltimore

Teenage musicians play legendary classic rock, pop and R&B.

July 31: Maryland Defense Force Band

20-piece concert ensemble

Series supported by: Baltimore county executive, Baltimore County Commission of Arts and Sciences.l.

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