‘Babyface’ Forfeits Free Charm City Live Due To Scheduling Conflict


BALTIMORE — The Grammy-winning singer, songwriter and producer “Babyface” will no longer perform at Charm City Live.

Baltimore Mayor Brandon Scott announced last week that Kenneth “Babyface” Edmonds would perform a free concert during Charm City Live at War Memorial Plaza on Saturday, September 24.

Turns out, “Babyface” had to cancel due to scheduling conflicts.

“We regret to announce that due to a scheduling conflict, Grammy-winning singer, songwriter and producer Kenneth “Babyface” Edmonds will no longer be able to perform at Charm City Live on Saturday, September 24 at War Memorial Plaza.” Charm City Live announced on social media.

“Babyface” was the scheduled headliner for the free event open to people of all ages.

Grammy-nominated singer Kelly Price. Pop singer Rebecca Black and R&B singer Jon B are also set to perform live.

Other artists should be announced later.

“We remain committed to hosting a diverse lineup of entertainment that all Baltimoreans can enjoy and will keep the public informed as new updates become available on the performers for what we know will be a great day of entertainment. family,” Charm City Live said.

More information can be found here here. Paid parking will be available at these garages and car parks.


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