BALTIMORE EXPERIENTIAL MARKETING LOCATIONS
Below are a few of the locations and local happenings in Baltimore, Maryland. Because when choosing an experiential marketing event location we find it is essential to have as much information as possible about the location you choose.
Dr Martin Luther King Jr Parade
Celebrating the life of one of America's most influential civil rights, political and social icons, the 13th annual Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Parade is an annual event complete with the parade itself showcasing entertaining high school and community marching bands, church choirs, decorative floats, high stepping fraternities, honor and color guards, as well as lively and colorful cheerleading squads.
Preakness Race Festival
One of the main Maryland events, and America’s oldest races (running for over 137 years) and considered one of the biggest sporting events in the USA, the Preakness Race is part of the famous Triple Crown along with the Kentucky Derby and the Belmont Stakes, and attracts over 100,000 enthusiasts every year.
Baltimore Kinetic Sculpture Race
An unusual event, the Baltimore Kinetic Sculpture Race features amphibious (able to use either land or water), human powered works of art custom built for this unusual event as they take part in an eight-hour race covering 15 miles along the Baltimore pavements and through the mud and sand of Chesapeake Bay.
Andrews Air Force Base Joint Services Air Show
Highlighting the Blue Angels, the Golden Knights, and many other exciting aerial and ground attractions, the Andrews Air Show, close to Washington DC, features everything from special military displays including “war birds” from more than four decades of military flight history as well as a wealth of civilian performers.
African American Festival
A celebration of African American life , the 2-day, family-oriented African American Festival showcases 3 stages of entertainment of music and culture with celebrity artists and entertainers, children’s activities, arts, history, education, financial literacy, health & wellness and more.
The three-day Artscape event attracts more than 360,000 enthusiasts every year to enjoy the work of hundreds of fine artists, artists, fashion designers and craftspeople. Highlighting the event is a wealth of performing arts including dance, opera, theater, film, experimental music, live concerts on outdoor stages and the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra.
Fells Point Fun Festival
Originally set to draw attention to the efforts to preserve the Fell's Point National Historic District, Fell’s Point Fun Festival has since been a favorite event and has been for over 45 years. Now one of Baltimore's biggest events attracting more than 700,000 people every year.
A Monumental Occasion
A tradition for more than 36 years, Mount Vernon Place celebrates the holiday season and annual lighting of the Washington Monument with an evening of choir performances, strolling entertainment, and more.
The Walters Art Museum
Fort McHenry National Monument
National Aquarium, Baltimore
American Visionary Art Museum
Baltimore Museum of Art
Historic Ships in Baltimore
Though it's not fancy, this one-level mall, built in 1956, is still going strong with 140 stores including Bath & Body Works.
Harborplace & The Gallery
Harborplace is connected by a skywalk over Pratt Street to The Gallery, a four-story mall with upscale retail establishments.
Recently renovated, the 50-year-old shopping center now has a Target store and a Shoppers grocery.
Security Square Mall
Built in 1972 and named for its location near Social Security Administration, this mall with more than 100 shops now has an strong contingent of Korean retailers.
White Marsh Mall
Location is a key factor in the success of the White Marsh Mall. The area surrounding the mall has many other shopping destination including the outdoor Avenue at White Marsh and an Ikea store.
Some Local Neighborhoods
The Inner Harbor: frequented by tourists due to its hotels, shops, and museums
Fells Point: Featured in the movie Sleepless in Seattle
Mt. Vernon: The traditional center of cultural and artistic life of the city
Colleges & Universities
• Asbury College (Maryland)
• Baltimore City Community College
• Baltimore Hebrew University
• Baltimore International College
• University of Baltimore School of Law
• University of Baltimore
• Coppin State University
• Johns Hopkins University
• Loyola University Maryland
• Maryland Bible College & Seminary
• Maryland Institute College of Art
• University of Maryland, Baltimore
• Morgan State University
• Yeshivas Ner Yisroel
• Notre Dame of Maryland University
• Peabody Institute
• St. Mary's Seminary and University
• Sojourner–Douglass College
• University of Maryland Biotechnology Institute
• Washington University (medical school)
Brooklyn Park, MD
Sports Teams & Stadiums
The Baltimore Orioles
The Baltimore Ravens
M&T Bank Stadium
Oriole Park at Camden Yards