Pier Six Concert Pavilion History
Pier Six Concert Pavilion has been hosting some of the best concerts in Baltimore,
Maryland since it first opened back in 1981. The venue quickly caught on with the residents of Charm City by bringing in some
of the biggest names in all of music. Located next to Baltimore's Inner Harbor, Pier Six Concert Pavilion offers stunning
views of the harbor and Baltimore's skyline during all of its spring and summer concerts, just try not to be so distracted
by the amazing views that you forget to pay attention to the action on stage. Tickets to the popular venue tend to sell quickly
so don't hesitate, get yours from StubHub today.
Pier Six Concert Pavilion Events
Concerts at Pier Six
Concert Pavilion are a big deal and one look at the venue's schedule will explain why. This summer Pier Six Concert Pavilion
is hosting concerts by Jurassic 5, John Legend, Slightly Stoopid, Heart, Panic at the Disco, Gavin DeGraw, Austin Mahone,
Boston, Fantasia, Steely Dan, Hall and Oates, Iggy Azalea, and Judas Priest. Tribute acts also round out the schedule with
a performance by Several Species - The Pink Floyd Experience and the Jerry Garcia Symphonic Celebration. No matter what your
favorite genre of music is there is sure to be at least one or two performances of interest.
Maryland is also known as Charm City, and one visit to the city will show you exactly why. Sports fans can catch an Orioles
game at Camden Yards, one of the most popular venues in the Major Leagues or a Ravens game at M&T Bank Stadium during
NFL season. A trip to the Inner Harbor and Fells Point are a must for anyone looking to get the most out of a trip to the
city. Be sure to stop by Fort McHenry where Francis Scott Key wrote the Star Spangled Banner during the defense of Baltimore
in the War of 1812. Of course, no trip to Baltimore would be complete without eating some world famous Maryland blue crabs,
whether steamed and seasoned with Old Bay or in the form of a crab cake. Baltimore is also home of the original Washington
Monument which was built in the city before the more famous Washington Monument located in Washington, D.C.
Six Concert Pavilion Seating Layout
Pier Six Concert Pavilion is one of the most popular concert venues on the East
Coast and it is easy to understand why. Nothing beats seeing a concert outside on a warm Baltimore night when you can listen
to the musical act on stage and glance off to the side and enjoy the city's skyline or views of the Inner Harbor that will
surely show you how Baltimore earned the nickname Charm City.
Pier Six Concert Pavilion features
a tensile-roofed structure which holds a teflon roof that is held down by giant cables and supported by six 70 feet tall masts.
The unique structure also features vending areas, a merchandise store, ticket windows, and restrooms.