Runs through Tuesday at Baltimore's Inner Harbor, Fort McHenry, Martin State Airport and other locations
Star-Spangled Sailabration Villages will feature live entertainment, traditional festival fare and hands-on fun for kids. Ships, docked throughout the harbor area, will be open for tours.
- Officials urge visitors to use public transportation, because parking will be limited. Options include the Water Taxi, MTA's MARC, the light rail and buses, Amtrak and the Charm City Circulator's free Banner Route, which travels from the Baltimore Visitor Center to Fort McHenry every 10 minutes.
- For the air shows, the city has scheduled a free shuttle bus to Fort McHenry only from M&T Bank Stadium, where parking will be available for $20. Beginning Thursday, Fort Avenue will be closed at Andre Street and will not reopen until June 18.
- Viewing spots for air shows: Canton Waterfront, Riverside, Cherry Hill, Reedbird Island and Garrett parks in the city. Motorists stopping to watch the show on the side of the road or any major highway will be ticketed.