Rufustival 2009 at Metro Gallery June 6

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Metro Gallery is hosting an outdoor festival June 6th, 2009. We will be celebrating our 2 year anniversary. The event will be hosted 2 doors down from the gallery in an outdoor lot (1704 North Charles Street). A portion of the proceeds will be going to the Franky Fund . In a short 2 years the Metro Gallery of Baltimore has opened its doors to over 100 visual artists and over 500 musicians. As one of the first multi-use art-spaces in Baltimore it has gained both local and national attention. Innovative musical line-ups coupled with unique contemporary art installations has made Metro Gallery a destination spot in Baltimore. We hope you will join us on June 6th for an amazing concert. Thank you for supporting us for the past 2 years.

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