Travel and Venues

All events will take place in beautiful Baltimore City.

Because we are in a city, PLEASE prepare for parking to range from lucky to impossible. Plan to carpool, take the bus, or stay near one of the venues. 


 
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Mobtown Ballroom

861 Washington Blvd

Located in Baltimore City's historic Pigtown, the Ballroom is a beautifully restored 1870s church with a 2,500 square foot sprung dance floor, a 1,200 square foot stage, and a full bar. Opened in 2011, the Ballroom quickly became one of the most popular swing dance venues in the country. All social dances will happen at the Ballroom, along with one of the class tracks. Consider this your home base! 


The Lithuanian Hall

851 Hollins Street

The Lithuanian Hall is an institution in Baltimore City, and it has a rich history dating back to 1917. Originally founded to serve Baltimore’s rapidly growing Lithuanian immigrant community, the hall has house a diverse set of groups over the past century. Today it is home to Save Your Soul, one of the City’s most popular dance parties (coming at you Sunday night of Lindy 500).

The building, which is beautiful and old, is located just half a mile from the Mobtown Ballroom.

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Travel

Baltimore, MD's local airport is the Baltimore/Washington International Airport, which is about 15 minutes outside of the city. The Light Rail, along with Lyft, are good ways to get into Baltimore from the airport. 

 

If you come to Baltimore by bus, there are a lot of options. The Haines Street Greyhound Station is just a five minute Lyft ride from the Ballroom. 

 

parking

PLEASE prepare for parking to range from bad to impossible. Parking in Baltimore is usually not a problem, but it is a city, and it can get rough on occasion. Stay near one of the venues, carpool, Lyft, etc.