The Greater Catonsville Chamber of Commerce's Frederick Road Fridays Summer Concert Series continues July 12 with the Klassix taking the stage at the Mews on Mellor Avenue, a block from the series' previous location on Egges Lane at Frederick Road.
The Klassix will perform original renditions and classic hits from a variety of genres, including rock, funk, country and Latin, 6:30-8:30 p.m.
Heavy Seas beer from the microbrewery in nearby Halethorpe and other beverages will be served by the chamber and other local civic groups and nonprofit organizations.
Proceeds from the Friday evening concession sales benefit the Maryland Council for Special Equestrians, which offers therapeutic horseback riding for adults and children with disabilities.
On Saturday, July 13, the Family Time Festival Series, sponsored by The Hub/C'ville Bikes, will feature a "Crabtown Throwdown" in the Strawberry Fields courtyard, 821-828 Frederick Road.
The fifth in a series of monthly events is from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and includes free live music and children's activities, as well as local food and beverages for purchase.
Scheduled to perform are the Sundowners (11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.), (We are) Stone Mason (1 to 2:20 p.m.) and Acoustic Limit (3 to 5 p.m.).
Also on Saturday, the Arbutus Business and Professional Association's first season of summer concerts continues with Guilty as Charged performing on the Selma Avenue parking lot, 5200 Selma Ave.
The free concert is 4-7 p.m. Beer, wine, soda and water will be available for purchase.
Bring lawn chairs for seats.
For information, call Terry Nolan, 410-242-9177
On Saturday evening, July 13, Too Big to Fail will return to the Lurman Woodland Theatre on the campus of Catonsville High School, 6-8 p.m.
The five-member band plays original music, rock 'n' roll and blues and covers from bands such as Little Feat and the Allman Brothers.
On Sunday, July 14, the Rock & Roll Relics will perform on the Lurman stage, 6-8 p.m.
Featuring male and female vocals, the band plays music from the 1950s, 60, and early 70s made famous by bands such as the Beatles and the Beach Boys.
Fans should bring chairs or blankets to the natural amphitheater on the campus of Catonsville High School, off Hilltop Road and Bloomsbury Avenue. Bench seating is available on a first-come, first-served basis.
Food and drinks available for purchase. No alcohol, grills or pets.
Elizabeth Cahn contributed to this article.
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