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Wine Village in Baltimore

Welcome to the second annual
Wine Village in Baltimore!


May 09, 2024 - May 27, 2024

Monday - Thursday: 3pm - 10pm
Friday - Sunday: 1pm - 10pm
Memorial Day: 1pm - 10pm


West Shore Park, Inner Harbor
503 Light Street, Baltimore, MD 21230 USA

Free Admission

Are you looking for things to do in Baltimore in May? Welcome to Wine Village in Baltimore, the newest wine festival at the Inner Harbor. Following Germany’s traditional and casual wine events, it is finally time for Baltimore to get a taste of them. Enjoy a wine and food market in addition to local and international wines as well as European delicacies, summer appetizers and desserts.

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For 19 days and 19 nights we celebrate the second annual Wine Village in Baltimore at the Inner Harbor. Not only can you expect a wide wine and food selection but also lots of kids' entertainment as well as wonderful Arts & Crafts vendors. Do not miss various events taking place at Wine Village in Baltimore.

Wine Village in Baltimore 2024 – Layout Map

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European Wine Château

European varietals are the staple of traditional wine-making methods. With vineyards that date back multiple centuries, here you will find the selections are balanced with earthen tones from these mature century grapes.

New World Wine Villa

California fronting the production of newer contemporary styles of wine, here you'll find bright fruity flavors. Our new world selections consist of the east coast takes on traditional styles.

Maryland Wine Manor

Home to our Charm City Maryland offers a great selection of wines. We support our local wine makers, we will showcase a wide selection of wine from Maryland's largest winemaker, Boordy Vineyards.

Sparkling Soiree

A Selection of Prosecco, Champagne and more from Italy, Spain, France and German will be serveed at the Sparkling Soiree booth.


Our Eiskeller will feature wine slushies and non-alcoholic slushies. All offerings can be topped with fresh wine-infused fruit.

Harborview Libations

Fancy a refreshing cocktail. Enjoy our breezy Summer Summer Cocktails and refreshing Mocktails.

Luscious Lemonade Lounge

The Lounge offers Ice-cold and freshly made non-alcoholic Lemonade. In addition to it, european style sangrias will be served. All Lemonades can be topped with frsh wine- infused fruits.

Hofbrau Beers

Indulge in the rich and authentic flavors of Bavaria with an exquisite selection of Hofbräu Beers, directly imported from the heart of Munich. The lineup includes a variety of classics including an Original, Dunkel, Hefeweizen and Märzen.


European Delicacies to compliment the wines

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German Grill

Serving German Bratwurst (traditional or smoked), Beer Braised Bratwurst or Leberkäse (German meatloaf) fresh from the Charcoal Swivel Grill. Top it with freshly cooked Sauerkraut, pan seared bell peppers and onions, or fresh onions and pickles!

Belgian Fries Huis

Double fried, fresh cut thick fries, topped with mayo and fresh diced onions, Swiss cheese, or bacon and cheese. Don't forget to ask for our house-made deluxe dips: original Dutch Joppiesaus (mildly curried mayo with fresh onions), remoulade, herbed garlic mayo, or Sriracha mayo! 

Frankfurt Fusion Corn Dogs

Freshly made corn dogs rolled in home made batter and fried to perfection will be served - original, cheesy, dorito's cheese Lover's and a Flaming Hot Cheetos Corn Dog are on the menu. Don't forget to choose up to two drizzles (Spicy Mayo, Sweet Chilli, Honey Mustard, Ranch, Ketchup)

Charm City Street Corn

Fresh Fire sweet roasted Corn on the Cob, brished with butter topped with either sea salt or Old Bay seasoning will be offered, as well as cojita cheese, tajin seasoning and lime as a topping. If you want to keep your Corn on the Cob vegan, don't forget to ask for coconut oil to replace the butter.

Ice Cream Corner

Soft serve Vanilla ice cream or frozen yoghurt in a regular sugar cone or in a waffle cone will be prepared for you. Alternatively, you can choose a Sundae with whipped cream. Don't forget to add toppings and sauces. Freshly cold brew coffee can be added to your ice cream. 


Go to vendors to see more dessert and snacks vendors!

Wine Village in Baltimore – Vendor List 2024

Booth #Vendor NameDescription
LEMONADE STANDLuscious Lemonade LoungeFreshly made and kid-friendly lemonades with the option of adding a shot and one Euro style red sangria.
GRILLSchwenkgrillServing German Bratwurst (traditional, spicy or smoked) or Pizza Leberkäse (German style meatloaf with cheese and pepperoni) on a roll.
1Ice Cream CornerCustomize your treat with a choice of vanilla soft serve Ice Cream or Frozen Yoghurt in a cone or as a sundae, adorned with a variety of toppings, including Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Bites, Rainbow Sprinkles, Boba Bubbles and a variety of sauces such as caramel, fudge and strawberry. Visitors can enjoy refreshing cold brew coffee, freshly hand-spun cotton candy – a perfect Movie Night snack.
2Maryland Wines ManorHome to our Charm City Maryland offers a great selection of wines. We support our local wine makers, we will showcase a wide selection of wine from Maryland's largest winemaker, Boordy Vineyards.
3Crepe CrazySweet and savory crepes served hot, vegetables and fruits are fresh. Ham & cheese and dulce de leche.
4EiskellerCrowd favorite: Three ice cold wine slushies and one kid-friendly slushy option.
5Harborview LibationsFour summer cocktails and one refreshing mocktail.
6New World Wine BungalowFeaturing six different wines from California, Argentina, Chile and Australia.
7Ye olde GameryOriginal games and puzzles, geometric mosaics, math as art, handcrafted wood and lasercut acrylic.
8Zero Degrees Freeze-Dried CandyFreeze-dried candy from Skittles, Gummi Nerds, Caramel Apple Pops, Peach/Apple/Watermelon Rings, Taffy, Sweetarts,etc.
9Frankfurter Fusion Corn Dogs100% Frankfurter Beef Hot Dog, dipped in homemade corn batter and fried to perfection, featuring a variety of options including the Original, Cheesy, Vegetarian-friendly Doritos Cheese Lovers and Flamin’ Hot Cheetos Corn Dogs. This is complemented by a choice of two drizzles and a selection of dipping sauces to tantalize your taste buds.
10Belgian Fries HuisDouble fried, fresh cut thick fries, topped with Mayo or Ketchup, or shredded Cheddar Cheese or shredded bacon and Cheddar cheese. Don’t forget to ask for our house-made deluxe dips: Herbed Garlic Mayo, Sriracha Mayo, Old Bay Mayo!
11JD'S House Of BaconCured, smoked and cooked bacon strips on a stick and signature hot sauces.
12Hofbräu BeerGerman beer on Draft (Original, Dunkel, Hefeweizen and Märzen) and Session Lagers. German Pretzels with mustard dip available.
13Cane MixersFresh ingredient non-alcoholic mixers.
14TheButtaBabeBarBody butters, scrubs, soaps, candles & beard care.
15ZeBeata CandlesOrganic handmade candles.
16Jerha CoutureApparel and accessories.
17AngelisHandcrafted metal cups.
18Fairy GreensHandcrafted products, from fresh microgreens to lavender-infused delights, crafted with care from seed to the final product.
19Mistura TimepiecesHandcrafted wooden watches and accessories made out of exotic and original materials like real flower petals, stones, corks, leathers, and recycled materials.
20Enchanted Cakes and TreatsCupcakes, cookies, brownies, cake pops and more delicious treats.
21Cynful Bliss - boozy dessertsAlcohol-infused desserts.
22True BalsamicBalsamic vinegar imported from Reggio Emilia, Italy. 
23Sarah Jewelry HouseHandmade Egyptian gold plated fashion jewelry.
24Native InfluenceDreamcatchers, clothing, alpaca products, accessories, backpacks, bags, friendship bracelets, shirts, summer dresses, and much more.
WINE WAGONEuropean Wines ChâteauSix different wines from Europe's wine growing regions including a German Riesling, a German “Sweet Red” Dornfelder.
25Collective CuriositiesCrystals, zodiac themed items, coffee cups, intention candles, tote bags, sweatshirts, t-shirts, jewelry, and more.
26Butter by MadisonHandmade soap, hair and body oils, body butter, shampoo bars, shower steamers, bath bombs, facial skincare.
27Lucky Bat Paper Co.Watercolor art prints, stationery/greeting cards, tea towels.
28/1Goodboy Biscuits & BonesHandmade all natural dog treats. 
28/2Ree Creation BoutiqueLocally handmade apparel with sustainable or upcycled material.
29Art by BartonLimited edition silkscreen prints of architectural landmarks in custom metal frames.
30Magnolia and Ivy BoutiqueWide selection of hand crochet animals and flowers, houseware such as tumblers and mugs, harry potter jewelry, earrings, necklaces, chokers, anklets, earcuffs, scarves, pins, candle holders, wall hangings, hats, beanies, tote bags, rings, men’s jewelry and much more.
31Zoey + Muze HandmadeHandmade leather bags and accessories.
32Brooklyn DutchVintage jewelry pieces and china.
33Deddle's Mini DonutsA variety of made to order mini donuts made with donut robot.
34Charm City Street CornSavor the smoky flavors of freshly fire-roasted corn paired with a variety of savory seasonings and toppings. Replace butter with coconut oil to make it vegan.
35Eric Ajama Art & GiftsPaintings and drawings on canvas, linen, stretched canvas, tote bags and paper.
36WildryPressed flower artwork and home goods.
37Twin Valley DistillersHandcrafted bourbons, whiskeys, and rums.
38Wind SpinnersBeautiful whimsical wind spinners.
39Sparkling SoireeSparkling booth featuring two Proseccos, two Sparkling Rosés, one Champagne and one German Sparkler.
40Debella JewelryBeautiful fashion jewelry.
41Shaped Lights & Bumble ProductsShaped lights with different motives and wonderful soft bumble sheets.
CarouselCarouselTake a ride on our historical carousel!

We're accepting vendor applications for the upcoming season 2024 – please contact us at for more information or request information and pricing online through our vendor information form!


Looking for things to do in Baltimore for the entire family or friend group? Wine Village in Baltimore is the perfect event for you and your loved ones. Join us on a beautiful spring day at the Inner Harbor and drink, eat, relax with us.

Click below for more information about our 2024 program at Wine Village.

Friday, May 10, 2024

7pm: Mallow Hill

Baltimore-based, modern soul and blues innovator, Mallow Hill, takes a genre-bending and fresh approach to its music.

Saturday, May 11, 2024

7pm: Melodee

Melodee is an international artist from Jamaica based in Baltimore. She plays Afro/Island vibes alongside R&B Jazz and has performed at AFRAM Festival, Florida Jerk Fest and Baltimore Jazz Fest.


Sunday, May 12, 2024

3pm – 5pm: Steve Hung

Steve Hung is a fingerstyle guitarist and one-man band who was born and raised in Texas, but has been living in the Mid-Atlantic for over a decade. He has been compared to Shakey Graves, another one-man band act who stomps on foot percussions while simultaneously picking the guitar and singing a mixture of folk, blues, and old country. His guitarwork has been compared to Chet Atkins, and highlights his speed, accuracy, and intricacy.  

Tuesday, May 14, 2024

5pm: DJ BrownSugga

Lauren (DJ BrownSugga) is a female black DJ from NJ based in Baltimore County.


Friday, May 17, 2024

7pm: Jay Swanson with Greta Thomas

Jay is an American singer, songwriter and guitarist from Lakeland Florida. He departed Florida in 95, performed throughout the US, living in 12 states and four continents, before bunkering down in Baltimore. Jay partnered up with Greta Thomas, an amazing musician in her own right who has performed all over the east coast with various bands and recorded with many artist through her career. Together they’ve crafted an unique spin on some classic songs which make them a sought after duo.


Saturday, May 18, 2024

7pm: Easy Six

Easy Six is a cover band duo from Towson, that plays a wide variety of rock music from the '70s, '80s, and 90's. Easy Six covers music by artists and bands such as The Smashing Pumpkins, Led Zeppelin, Pearl Jam, Pink Floyd, Tom Petty, Neil Young.


Sunday, May 19, 2024

3pm – 5pm: Steve Hung

Steve Hung is a fingerstyle guitarist and one-man band who was born and raised in Texas, but has been living in the Mid-Atlantic for over a decade. He has been compared to Shakey Graves, another one-man band act who stomps on foot percussions while simultaneously picking the guitar and singing a mixture of folk, blues, and old country. His guitarwork has been compared to Chet Atkins, and highlights his speed, accuracy, and intricacy.  

6pm: DJ BrownSugga

Lauren (DJ BrownSugga) is a female black DJ from NJ based in Baltimore County.

Tuesday, May 21, 2024

5pm: DJ BrownSugga

Lauren (DJ BrownSugga) is a female black DJ from NJ based in Baltimore County.


Friday, May 24, 2024

7pm: Kelly Bell Band

Blues Revue Magazine describes the Kelly Bell Band (KBB) as “Among the most genre-expanding acts on today’s blues scene. Who else can combine elements of hip-hop, funk, and blues-electrified here” Originally formed as the back-up band for rock and roll pioneer, Bo Diddley, KBB has been touring the world ever since entertaining fans in Japan, Spain, Italy, Greece, Cuba, Germany and more.

Saturday, May 25, 2024 

7pm: BELLCurve

Introducing BELLcurve ... the music of David Bell (The Ravyns) and Maribeth McCormick (The Kraze).


Sunday, May 26, 2024 

5pm: Dark Matter Trio

Original instrumental post-proggy fusion. Formed in 2009. From Harrisburg, PA. Odd times, interesting hooks, understated and wholly melodic. Drums, guitar, and bass. 

7pm: DJ BrownSugga

Lauren (DJ BrownSugga) is a female black DJ from NJ based in Baltimore County.

Historic Carousel

Everyday, May 9, 2024 - May 27, 2024

Mon. - Thu.: 3pm - 10 pm
Fri. - Sun.: 1pm - 10pm


Balloon Twisters, Face Painters, Caricature Painters

Come back in early May 2024 for more information!

Grab your popcorn, cotton candy or some ice cream at the Ice Cream Corner right next to the stage for the perfect movie night snack.
May 9, 2024 at 8:30pm

Cinderella (1950)

When Cinderella's cruel stepmother prevents her from attending the Royal Ball, she gets some unexpected help from the lovable mice Gus and Jaq and from her Fairy Godmother


May 16, 2024 at 8:30pm

Belle of New York (1952)

Playboy Charlie Hill meets beautiful Angela Bonfils, a mission house worker in the Bowery. He genuinely falls in love, so, dedicated to winning her over, Charlie cleans up his act and even gets a job as a driver to impress her.


May 23, 2024 at 8:30pm

For Love of Ivy (1968)

Upon learning their maid will be leaving to earn an education, the son of the family decides to set her up with a man.

Dog Adoption with Maryland SPCA

Saturday, May 18th at 1:00pm

1:00pm: Dog Adoption at Wine Village with Maryland SPCA

The Maryland SPCA is an animal shelter that works to improve the lives of pets and people in Baltimore City and the surrounding areas. Stop by the stage at Wine Village and learn more about supporting Maryland SPCA and say hi to two furry little friends that are looking for a new home. 




Wine Village in Batlimore is located at West Shore Park, 503 Light Street, Baltimore, MD 21230.

We have an exclusive $15 all-day Parking Deal for our visitors at SP+ Harbor Court Garage at 30 E Lee Street, Baltimore, MD 21202. It is right across the street from Wine Village and open 24/7. First, pull a regular parking ticket. Then, swing by the Carousel and ask for the parking discount. You will get a sticker on your ticket with an additional second code. Finally, when you are back at the pay station, scan both codes on your parking ticket. The discount will be applied automatically.


No, Wine Village in Baltimore is free to the public, with food and drinks pay as you go. Get more information here.

Yes, Wine Village in Baltimore is most certainly a family-friendly event. Bring your children, parents, grandparents to Wine Village and enjoy a picnic together while watching a movie or listening to local talents. Don't miss face painters and balloon artists on weekends. Check our event schedule for more information!

Feel free to bring your dog! Wine Village allows dogs in the whole outdoor area. Please keep in mind that it might get crowded on weekend days which might be uncomfortable for your dog.

The whole market area is accessible by wheelchair.

There are plenty of great hotels close to Wine Village. We can recommend:

Royal Sonesta Harbor Court Baltimore
550 Light St, Baltimore, MD 21202

Lord Baltimore Hotel
20 W Baltimore St, Baltimore, MD 21201

Staybridge Suites Baltimore -
Inner Harbor, an IHG Hotel

17 Commerce St, Baltimore, MD 21202

Hyatt Regency
300 Light Street, Baltimore, MD 21202

Hyatt Place Baltimore/Inner Harbor
511 S Central Ave, Baltimore, MD 21201

Sagamore Pendry
1715 Thames St, Baltimore, MD 21231

Hotel Indigo
24 West Franklin Street , Baltimore, MD 21201

Baltimore Marriott Waterfront
700 Aliceanna St, Baltimore, MD 21202

Most vendors – but not all - accept credit cards. If you are running low on cash, most major banks have locations around the venue with ATMs. Due to this, there are no ATMs at the event. 

Porta potties are located behind the stage on the festival area.

Becoming a sponsor of Wine Village in Baltimore offers great opportunities to local and nation wide companies: we have different packages available to boost your companies brand during the spring season throughout the Inner Harbor of Baltimore. Please contact us at and we will get in touch with you to discuss options.


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Exposure to COVID-19 is an inherent risk in any public location where people are present; we cannot guarantee you will not be exposed during your visit.

The CDC advises that older adults and people of any age who have serious underlying medical conditions might be at higher risk for severe illness from Coronavirus. Guests should evaluate their own risk in determining whether to attend. People who show no symptoms can spread Coronavirus if they are infected, any interaction with the general public poses an elevated risk of being exposed to Coronavirus. By coming to the market, you acknowledge and agree that you assume these inherent risks associated with attendance.