Baltimore sporting events, arenas, and venues

The Hippodrome - Located on Eutaw Street in downtown, the historic theater first opened in 1914 and was renovated in 2004. The theatre provides a venue for touring Broadway shows and other performing arts programming. It is part of the France-Merrick Performing Arts Center, along with the attached M&T Bank Pavilion.


The Meyerhoff - The Joseph Meyerhoff Symphony Hall, often referred to simply as the Meyerhoff, is a music venue that is home to the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra. As one of the city's premier cultural venues, the Meyerhoff has played host to international classical stars such as cellist Yo-Yo Ma, violinist Joshua Bell and pianist Emanuel Ax, and popular performers including singer-songwriter of Harry Connick, Jr., bluegrass singer Alison Krauss and comedian Jerry Seinfeld.


First Mariner Arena - 1st Mariner Arena (formerly known as the Baltimore Arena and as the Baltimore Civic Center) is home to the Baltimore Blast MISL soccer team and the Baltimore Mariners AIFL football team.  1st Mariner Bank Arena is located about a block away from the Baltimore Convention Center; it is also only a short distance from the Inner Harbor. It seats up to approximately 14,000 people though this number varies depending on the type of event.

M&T Bank Stadium -This famous stadium is conveniently located near the Inner Harbor and houses the Baltimore Raven’s, the city’s own NFL team, for all home games. M&T Bank Stadium also hosts concerts, lacrosse games, soccer, and other sporting events.  


Pier 6 - Enjoy numerous live concerts and other entertainment at this famed venue on the Inner Harbor.

Oriole’s Park at Camden Yards - Root, root, root for the home team, grab a hot dog and watch the next Cal Ripen hit on out of the park at one of Baltimore’s own MLB games, just outside the city center.

Area Activities

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