MONDAY, APRIL 16, 2018

DON'T MISS THESE EVENTS HAPPENING TONIGHT
SUN STOMP by Sun Stomp Collective (Baltimore, MD)
Presented by Downtown Partnership, MICA, PNC Bank
at McKeldin Square at Pratt & Light Streets

Sun Stomp is a solar powered, LED-lit framework supporting a participatory, sun-inspired video projection and soundscape. The 32-foot tall scaffolding structure features an interactive projection on one side and a sloped bank of solar panels on the other. Energy collected during the day will power a colorful array of LED lights, illuminating the open grid sculpture after dark. Participants will trigger projected visuals and amplified sounds by touching and sitting on bleachers equipped with contact microphones. Sun Stomp’s solar powered LED display and interactive audio-visual environment visually and experientially demonstrates the awesome and beautiful power of the sun.
MINI LIGHT CITY
7-10PM
Presented by Transamerica
At the Transamerica Plaza,
(100 Light Street)

Adventure awaits! Visit the family-friendly makerspace for exciting hands-on activities including self-portraits that combine digital media and traditional photographic techniques to capture every move you make in space and time led by Futuremakers. 
POP-UP PERFORMER: SANKOFA DANCE THEATER
7PM & 8PM
Sankofa Dance Theater creates and presents world-class, authentic African art in the form of dance, music, and folkways for national and international audiences.
DJ NEIL PAUL
7-8PM
at the Club Light City Stage
at Kaufman Pavilion

Neil Paul, the DJ, musician, and producer from Baltimore, crafts each of his genre-spanning sets with wise song choices, smooth transitions, and evolving energy. From the recital halls of the Peabody Institute to clubs and festivals, he is grateful for every opportunity to share his passion for music and performance.
THE BANGLADESH PROJECT
10-11PM
at the Light Up the Night! Stage
at the Inner Harbor Amphitheater

Genre: Hip Hop
The Bangladesh Project takes its place among artists whose music refuses to comply with the trappings of conventional genre labels. They give off an emblematic blend of soulful vibes similar to The Roots, N.E.R.D. and The Internet. Deriving their flavors from Hip-Hop, Rock, Blues and Soul influences, this eclectic crew is passionate about delivering a mesmerizing performance under the auspices of a raw and organic jam session.
DJ WHO
9:30-11PM
at the Club Light City Stage
at Kaufman Pavilion
Genre: House

With his first record release in 1992, Baltimore's DJ WHO entered the global electronic music business. Since then he has released 40+ projects and stayed in the conversation both locally and internationally representing our city across the planet.
LIGHT CITY FRINGE
City-wide

Collaboration is at the heart of Light City’s success – more is more! To that end, check out this listing of art and culture-related performances, gallery openings, concerts and other activities - that are not produced by the Baltimore Office of Promotion & The Arts, but still amazing – across Baltimore from April 14-21, 2018.
Plus, it's not too late to register for Labs@LightCity, one of the largest and most unique social innovation convenings in the U.S. With new " Pay What You Can”  ticketing, attendees can choose to pay what they can to participate in the Labs. The Labs take place at the IMET Columbus Center,  701 E. Pratt Street , April 18-21. Each day emerging voices and established thinkers explore the innovations and practices that build stronger, more equitable cities. Each Lab explores the future of society and every attendee will have the opportunity to learn, network and be heard.

STAY TUNED FOR 5 MORE DAYS OF LIGHT, MUSIC AND INNOVATION
FESTIVAL HOURS:
7PM-11PM SUNDAY-THURSDAY | 7PM-12AM FRIDAY & SATURDAY