About

The Metro Gallery is a multi-purpose performance space, art gallery, and bar in the Station North Arts District in downtown Baltimore (1700 N. Charles St.). In operation since 2007, the Metro Gallery curates art shows with a focus on emerging artists. The Metro Gallery has also hosted esteemed touring and local musical acts, including Cass McCombs, The Antlers, Sea Wolf, Avey Tare, Fanfarlo, Andrew WK, the Dirty Projectors, Beach House, Mykki Blanco, Moss Icon, Turnstile, Rod Lee, The Queers, Dan Deacon, Jonathan Richman, Psychic TV, Lower Dens, Saint Vitus, Ulrich Schnauss, Wye Oak, Sharon Van Etten, Shearwater, The Dead Milkmen, The Electric Six, Alex G, Jim Adkins (Jimmy Eat World), We Are Scientists, The Dismemberment Plan, Future Islands, and many more.

 

General Policies

No refunds or exchanges on tickets.

No smoking in the venue – this includes no E-Cigs or vaporizing devices. There is an area for smokers outside, in front of the building.

Metro Gallery reserves the right to deny service or entry to anyone it deems intoxicated, aggressive, or a danger to themselves or others.

 

Sold Out Shows

To ensure that you are guaranteed entry to the show, we recommend that you purchase your tickets in advance.  Once a show is sold out – it is sold out.  There will be no additional tickets available at the door.  This scenario is avoidable by buying in advance.

 

Venue Info

All shows are General Admission.  There is some bar seating but otherwise this is a standing room venue.

 

Capacity

Our capacity is 240.

 

Booking

If you are a band interested on playing our venue, please contact booking@themetrogallery.net with:

-Website (include social media sites)

-Date you are looking for

-Past local show history

– Possible local bands that could join your bill

 

Advancing your Show

If you need to advance an upcoming show, contact booking@themetrogallery.net Shows are to be advanced no less than 48 hours prior to show night.

 

Production Info

Please email sarah@themetrogallery.net for tech specs.