Special Event Cancellations Due to COVID-19

The Baltimore City Department of Transportation would like to advise residents and visitors that all large events (more than 250 people) permitted through the City of Baltimore for the month of March, 2020 shall be cancelled or postponed effective immediately due to the Coronavirus public health situation.

The following is a list of events previously permitted by the Baltimore City Department of Transportation that are now cancelled or postponed:

St. Patrick’s Day Parade – 3/13/2020

St. Patrick’s Day 5K Race – 3/13/2020

St. Patrick’s Day O’Donnell Street Celebration – 3/13/2020

4th Annual St. Paddy’s Block Party – 3/14/2020

Baltimore Shamrock Pub Crawl 2020 – 3/14/2020

Federal Hill Irish Stroll 2020 (Pub Crawl) – 3/14/2020

24th Annual Rally in the Alley Festival – 3/15/2020

Shamrock 5K Race – 3/15/2020

Wing Fest – 3/21/2020

Opening Day Event Hilton Baltimore – 3/25/2020

Orioles Opening Day Celebration Pickles Pub – 3/25/2020

Opening Day Festival Frank & Nicks – 3/26/2020

Opening Day Block Party Babe Ruth Museum – 3/26/2020

Pearl Jam event – 3/26/2020

Orioles Game Event Sliders – 3/28/2020

Books & Brew Festival – 3/28/2020

Shuckin in the Street Festival – 3/28/2020

Orioles Gameday Celebration Pickles Pub – 3/28/2020

Patterson Park Kite Festival – 3/28/2020

Orioles Game Celebration The Bullpen – 3/28/2020



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