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April: Light City, April 14-21

The third year of Baltimore’s “festival of light, art, music and innovation” promises to be just as luminescent as its predecessors — maybe even more so, since the second Light City displayed more wattage than the first, and organizers are set on improving things every year. In addition to the nighttime festival, featuring the showcase lighted Inner Harbor artwalk along Pratt and Light streets, Light City also includes Neighborhood Lights, satellite installations in 14 communities throughout the city that will start going up April 6; and Labs@LightCity, a series of innovation conferences on topics including food, health, arts and culture, and education, running April 18-21 at the IMET Columbus Center, 701 E. Pratt St. The festival and Neighborhood Lights are free, while — new this year — the conferences are pay-what-you-can — a change from previous years. lightcity.org.

Lloyd Fox / Baltimore Sun
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