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Artscape Festival
The Baltimore Rock Opera Society "Brothership", a converted 1988 Saab 900, which first premiered at Artscape in July 2010.

Artscape is an annual art festival held in the Mount Royal neighborhood of Baltimore, Maryland in July. Since its first annual event in 1982, it has become the largest free arts festival in America.[1] It has boasted acts such as Ray Charles, Aretha Franklin, and Matisyahu in the past, attracting over 350,000 people[2] from the city, and surrounding areas. Film programming during Artscape is provided by Maryland Film Festival. There are artists in a variety of visual and performing media. Events are free and open to the public.

Funding

According to Artscape, 43% of the funding for 2010's event came from sponsorships and contributions, while 29% came from concession income, the remaining funds came from fundraising, and grants. The report states that about 18% of their expenses in 2010 went to administrative costs, 3% to fundraising activities, while the majority 79% went to program expenses. [3] Artscape organizers estimate that the total economic impact for the City of Baltimore in 2010 was $25.97 million. It is reported that 2009 attendees spend $9,256,046 with Artscape vendors.[4]

Musical Line-Up

2016

  • Johns Hopkins University Station North Stage
    • Baltimore City Public Schools' Young Audiences Summer Arts and Learning Academies
    • Hotline
    • F featuring Landis Expandis
    • Parks Landing
    • The Henchmen
    • Prince Dance Party featuring Wendel Patrick & DJ Dubble8, DJ Sam Burns
    • Modern Nomad
    • Fake Flowers Real Dirt
    • Lost Keys
    • Surf Harp
    • Weekends
    • Sun Club
    • Bmore Does Bowie (featuring Aguierre's Dogs, Scroll Downers, ESMB, SYS Band and The Band that Fell to Earth)
    • Milestones
    • Scroll Downers
    • Expert Alterations
    • Chiffon
    • Bmore Beatscape hosted by Eze Jackson
  • Morgan State University Sound Off Live Stage
    • Michele McTierney
    • Coexist Music Group and Devin Jano
    • Spaceboy
    • DBS
    • Rumba Club
    • David Bach
    • The Coldspring Jazz Quartet
    • Orchester Prazevica
    • Gotham Theory
    • Greenspan
    • Naked Jungle
    • Dunson
    • Michael Raitzyk Quartet
    • Tongue in Cheek
    • High-Brid Band
    • Essential Vybe
    • The Palovations
    • Edjacated Phools[5]

2015

2014

  • Station North Stage
    • The Players Band
    • All Mighty Senators
    • Baltimore City Public Schools
    • Blind Man Leading
    • Brooks Long and the Mad Dog No Good
    • Bobby E Lee & The Sympathizers
    • Small Apartments
    • 8 Ohms Band
    • Skydivers
    • Wyoming Exploding
    • Deaf Scene
    • Andy Poxon
    • Bosley
    • Super City
    • Connor Brendan Band
    • Among Wolves

2013

  • Station North Stage
    • Baltimore City Public Schools
    • Leland Palmer
    • Lazlo Lee & The Motherless Children
    • J Pope & Funk Friday
    • Matmos
    • Victims of Experience
    • Yellow North
    • Thee Lexington Arrows
    • Val Yumm
    • Allie the Cats
    • Dead Melotron
    • Dreamboat Armada
    • Bad Seed Rising
    • Wild Honey
    • Red Sammy[8]

2012

2011

  • Festival Stage
    • Mosno Al-Moseeki
    • E Major
    • Superland Stage Band
    • Telesma
    • Unity Reggae Band
    • Pompeii Graffiti
    • The Kings of Crownsville
    • The Rise Band
    • Andy Poxon
    • The Crawdaddies
    • Orch Kids
    • The Band Belief
    • Larry Brown Quartet
    • Big Daddy Stallings
  • Urbanite Stage
    • Baltimore City Public Schools Showcase
    • Strings and Things
    • Matt Wigler
    • Lee Pearson
    • Bottle of Blues
    • Eric Byrd Trio
    • Turn Around Norman
    • Love Craft
    • Kevin Driscoll
    • Time Out
    • Blues Society
    • Community Groove
    • Tom Williams Quintet.[11]

2010

  • Urbanite Stage
    • Eric Kennedy Quartet
    • Jump Street
    • Michael Raitzyk Trio
  • Festival Stage
    • Fools & Horses
    • Higher Hands
    • Mambo Combo[12][13]

2009

  • Robin Thicke
  • Cake
  • Dionne Warwick
  • Robert Randolph & The Family Band
  • River City Extension
  • Electrik Red
  • Faction
  • Lafayette Gilchrist
  • Ms. Sara & The Help[14]
  • Beat Box
  • No Second Troy
  • Basshound
  • Ellen Cherry
  • Tim Warfield
  • Los Reyes Del Ko
  • Higher Hands
  • The Drakes
  • Gaybomb
  • Lo Moda
  • The Polygons
  • Pie Boys Flat
  • Noble Lake
  • Fall Back Plan
  • Tia Dae
  • Balti Mare
  • Jason Dove
  • Nickodemus & Quantic Sun People
  • Neal Conway
  • David Andrew Smith
  • Matt Wigler
  • Deja Belle
  • April Sampe
  • Todd Marcus
  • Needle Gun
  • Salamander Wool
  • Dave Fell
  • Wolf Pac
  • The Quartet Offensive
  • Matt Davignon
  • Todd Marcus Jazz Orchestra
  • Cold Spring Jazz Quartet
  • Bay Jazz Project
  • The Dave Tieff Band
  • Il Culo[15]

2008

2007

  • University of Baltimore stage

2006

2005

2004

2003

2001

2000

1999

1998

1997

1995

1994

1993

1992

1991

1990

  • Letitia Leigh
  • Roberta Flack
  • Chick Corea
  • Buckwheat Zydeco
  • Bela Fleck and the Flecktones

1989

1987

1986

1985

1984

1983

1982

References

  1. ^ Mary Gail Hare (July 19, 2009). "'Too much fun' OK at Artscape". Baltimore Sun. 
  2. ^ Mike Unger. "Artscape 2009 in Baltimore". 
  3. ^ http://www.artscape.org/about/Funding-Pie-Chart
  4. ^ http://www.artscape.org/about/Artscape-Economic-Impact-Report-and-Demographics-
  5. ^ Sun, Baltimore. "Artscape 2016 music schedule". baltimoresun.com. 
  6. ^ Kaltenbach, Chris. "Artscape 2015 draws big-name headliners for three-day event". baltimoresun.com. 
  7. ^ "Artscape 2014 Music Line-up Announced". Metro Montage. 27 May 2014. 
  8. ^ Case, Wesley. "Artscape 2013 headliners include Bridget Kelly, Kem and more". baltimoresun.com. 
  9. ^ Sun, Baltimore. "Pictures: Artscape 2012 lineup". baltimoresun.com. 
  10. ^ Sun, Chris Kaltenbach, The Baltimore. "Brian McKnight, Clutch to headline Artscape". baltimoresun.com. 
  11. ^ Kaltenbach, Chris. "Fantasia, G Love, Matisyahu headline Artscape lineup". The Baltimore Sun. 
  12. ^ Sessa, Sam. "Artscape 2010 lineup announced. What do you think?". baltimoresun.com. 
  13. ^ "Gov't Mule, Musiq Soulchild to headline Artscape". tribunedigital-baltimoresun. 
  14. ^ "Ms Sara and the Help Live at Artscape Festival on 2009-07-18". 18 July 2009. 
  15. ^ "Artscape 2009". Songkick. 
  16. ^ "Artscape returns, bigger and greener". tribunedigital-baltimoresun. 
  17. ^ "Artscape at Metro Gallery (Baltimore, MD) on 18 Jul 2008 -- Last.fm". www.last.fm. 
  18. ^ "Mike Doughty Live at Artscape Festival on 2008-07-19". 19 July 2008. 
  19. ^ "Artscape draws up this year's musical lineup". tribunedigital-baltimoresun. 
  20. ^ "Artscape at Artscape (Baltimore, MD) on 21 Jul 2006 -- Last.fm". www.last.fm. 
  21. ^ "DRIVE-BY TRUCKERS". www.drivebytruckers.com. 
  22. ^ "Disco Biscuits Live at Artscape on 2005-07-22". Scott Schneider. 22 July 2005. 
  23. ^ "Huge Artscape thrives without superstars". tribunedigital-baltimoresun. 
  24. ^ "Blues Traveler Live at Artscape - Festival Stage on 2003-07-25". Dave Mallick. 25 July 2003. 
  25. ^ "Radiators Live at Artscape Festival Stage on 2003-07-26". Tom Wardell. 26 July 2003. 
  26. ^ "The Bridge Live at Artscape on 2003-07-25". Alex Mitchell. 25 July 2003. 
  27. ^ "Karl Denson's Tiny Universe Live at Artscape-Fox Stage on 2001-07-15". George Plaatje (neumannkmkid@hotmail.com). 15 July 2001. 
  28. ^ "North Mississippi Allstars Live at Artscape - Sun Stage on 2001-07-15". 15 July 2001. 
  29. ^ "Railroad Earth Live at Artscape on 2001-07-15". 15 July 2001. 
  30. ^ Sun, Baltimore. "Artscape Timeline". baltimoresun.com. 

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