Music, Art and Luchadores at Baltimore’s 2013 Artscape Festival

Baltimore was full of artists, musicians and even the occasional luchador last weekend during its annual Artscape festival.

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Baltimore was full of artists, musicians and even the occasional luchador last weekend during its annual Artscape festival.
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Two women showed off their strength and balance to an awed crowd.
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The Baltimore streets were lined with booths full of art, some of it for sale.
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A man gets ready to escape a straightjacket during one of Artscape's many street performances.
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One of the exhibits allowed Artscape patrons to test out spinning bicycle contraption.
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Artscape goers check out some art at one of the many consumer booths around the city.
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A photograph of the Baltimore skyline was for sale at one of the booths.
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One booth was showing off scarily lifelike sculptures.
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Seriously, there was a lot of art in Baltimore last weekend.
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This little girl was ready to protect SpongeBob with her life.
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You couldn't walk two feet without seeing a random sculpture in the middle of the street.
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This luchador is clearly number one.
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These guys jammed out and created an old-fashioned country hootenanny.
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People got the chance to show off their creativity by spray-painting a car. Just this one, though.
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Three actors play out in a scene during the Annex Theater's Ten Minute Play Festival.
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A rapper whipped the crowd into the frenzy on one of Artscape's three music stages.
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Jukebox the Ghost rocked Artscape with original music and performed a respectable cover of Queen's "Somebody to Love."
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