Local Entertainment Venues Receive Aid From Governor Hogan’s RELIEF Act

| January 19, 2021 | 0 Comments

Yesterday, Maryland Governor Larry Hogan announced $30 million in stimulus funds for more than 90 live music and performance venues around Maryland. Many South Baltimore and Downtown venues were recipients of this aid.

“These awards will save hundreds of jobs and help many of Maryland’s entertainment venues sustain their operations until they can safely and fully reopen,” said Governor Hogan in a press release. “While safe and effective vaccines will help bring a return to normalcy and end the damage to our economy, we need to continue to do everything we can to support our small business community.”

Below are some of the recipients from South Baltimore and Downtown:

Baltimore Center Stage – $263,572

Baltimore Soundstage – $484,256

Chesapeake Shakespeare Company – $474,449

The 8×10 – $312,309

Everyman Theatre – $484,256

Hippodrome Foundation, Inc. – $116,221

MECU Pavilion – $484,256

Mobtown Ballroom – $241,133

Rams Head Live – $484,256

Royal Farms Arena – $484,256

Spotlighters Theatre – $130,749

TMG Hippodrome, LLC – $484,256

See the full list here.

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