Artscape, America's largest free arts festival, kicked off Friday, bringing thousands of people to downtown Baltimore. The Johns Hopkins University Station North stage will attract festival-goers over the course of three days for musical performances and after-hours dance parties.
This marks the second consecutive year that Johns Hopkins will sponsor an Artscape stage.
The performances opened at noon today with a concert by the Baltimore City Public Schools' Young Audiences Summer Arts and Learning Academies. Tonight's lineup will include F featuring Landis Expandis, Parks Landing, The Henchmen, and back-to-back Prince Dance Parties featuring Wendel Patrick, DJ Dubble8, and DJ Sam Burns.
Artscape continues through Sunday. A complete list of performance on the JHU Station North stage can be found on artscape.org.