TVD Ticket Giveaway: The Shindig Music Festival at Carroll Park, Baltimore, 9/27

KIM CLASSEN FOR TVD | Baltimore’s one and only rock ‘n’ roll music festival, The Shindig Festival is scheduled for this Saturday, September 27 and we’ve got tickets for you and a friend to check it out. Alt-rock legends Jane’s Addiction (performing their classic LP Nothing’s Shocking in its entirety), and punk rock favorites Rise Against will be headlining this daylong rock festival in the heart of Charm City’s Historic Pigtown.

But wait, it gets better! This year’s lineup also includes Gogol Bordello, Clutch, Fishbone, Halestorm, Lucero, J Roddy Walston & The Business, Larry and His Flask, The Mahones, The Bots, Charm City Devils and Bad Seed Rising. Plus, Shindig’s bringing you all of this on two main stages with NO OVERLAPPING SETS of music. I’m already sold! How about you?

“I was born and raised in Baltimore and creating a festival and vibe we’ve never seen was my goal,” says The Shindig Festival’s curator, longtime Maryland independent concert promoter, Paul Manna at 24-7 Entertainment. “As a fan of every artist playing, I just know that thousands of live music lovers will truly appreciate this lineup as much as I do. Seeing Perry Farrell and Jane’s Addiction, one of my all-time favorite bands, perform in Pigtown will certainly be the icing on the cake.”

In addition to an amazing lineup, Shindig will also be showcasing some of the city’s charm with a number of side attractions and local vendors. “The Vending Village in The Woods offers a variety of Baltimore’s best and familiar food and beverage options with plenty of seating and shade.” Not too far from there, you can find the Ripley’s “Believe it or Not” Side Stage “featuring an array of rare talent including sword swallowers, fire breathers, aerial acrobats, burlesque performances, and other visually captivating oddities.”

The festival will be held in Carroll Park which is “located 1/2 mile from Camden Yards, M&T Bank Stadium, I-95, and I-395 in the heart of Baltimore’s beloved Pigtown.” Several large, secured parking lots that border the festival grounds have been reserved by 24-7 Entertainment to ease the concerns of festival goers.

Gates open at noon and the music begins at 12:30 p.m. Tickets and are on sale now right here and you can find more information on the festival’s website. “The Shindig is proud to welcome festival lovers from all over the Mid-Atlantic region to our beloved hometown of Baltimore, MD for another year of great music and memories.”

Want to win two tickets to The Shindig this year? Of course you do! Just leave us a comment below, telling us which artist you are looking forward to the most at Shindig! You can check out the full lineup here.

The winner will be chosen at noon on Friday, September 26 and must confirm the tickets by 3PM that day.

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  • Runicen

    No question, I’ve gotta go with Janes Addiction as the prime attraction.  I wasn’t old enough to check them out during their heyday, so getting to catch a prime slice of the band in action performing some amazing material (Ritual de lo…  was probably my favorite, but only by a hair over Nothing’s Shocking) is a win-win.  =)

  • jamohnit

    Jane’s Addiction!!!  Been a fan since the late 80’s!

  • dabeatkeeper

    Gogol! Always an awesome live show and sure he will not let down for this one! Whole lineup is sweet and a great way to spend the day in Baltimore! Fingers crossed you’ll hook me up!

  • IamHydro

    Tough to pick just one, but really excited for Clutch

  • BodyKarate

    I’m really excited for most of these guys, but I have to say Clutch never disappoints. Can’t wait!!

  • Dacrabman

    Lucero!

  • insurancechic

    Jane’s Addiction…can’t wait!!!
    Last year was an awesome day with great music, this year will be even better 🙂

  • Nick5

    Lucero!!

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