Artscape performances kick off on Johns Hopkins University Station North stage

Annual free arts festival runs through Sunday in midtown Baltimore

The Johns Hopkins University Station North Stage at Artscape 2016

Image caption: The Johns Hopkins University Station North Stage at Artscape 2016.

Image credit: Will Kirk / Johns Hopkins University

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.

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