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WYPR & WTMD's 20th Anniversary Bash brings Susan Stamberg, Ayesha Rascoe & more to Baltimore

Update: This show is now SOLD OUT! Thank you Baltimore! 

88.1 WYPR and 89.7 WTMD are thrilled to present an evening of speakers and live music – on stage and aboard moving trains – Saturday June 10 at the B&O Railroad Museum, showcasing the best of what both stations bring to our community.

Speakers include NPR “Founding Mother” Susan Stamberg, former host of All Things Considered, as well as NPR rising star Ayesha Rascoe, host of Weekend Edition Sunday and Up First on Saturdays. Also: Stoop Storytelling presents On-Air Diaries.

Musicians include Baltimore electronic composer & performer Dan Deacon and rockers Pressing Strings, R&B/soul singer Brooks Long, chamber pop duo Outcalls, rap/Americana duo Caleb & Saleem, rapper Eze Jackson, Americana singer/songwriter Letitia VanSant, dance troupe Fluid Movement and more.

Tickets are available now.

Entertainment will be featured on the main stage at the B&O’s covered outdoor pavilion, but no visit to the B&O would be complete without a train ride. We’re running 30-minute train rides all evening featuring live music in the train cars!

Tickets will be offered in two tiers:

- General Admission, which includes access to the main stage entertainment and a ticket for a 30-minute train ride featuring live music.

- VIP, which includes access to the main stage entertainment, a ticket for a 30-minute train ride featuring live music, hors d’oeuvres, an open bar, mingling with WYPR & WTMD on-air hosts in a private area and more.

Dress code is: "Baltimore fun!" Some folks will be wearing suits; others will be in T-shirts and shorts. Be yourself and dress for comfort and fun!

WYPR & WTMD’s 20th Anniversary Bash is 6-10 p.m. Saturday June 10 at the B&O Railroad Museum, 901 W. Pratt St. Parking is included. Support for this event is made possible in part by the Merriweather Arts & Culture Center and Kramon & Graham, Attorneys at Law.

Tickets are available here.