Events > 2014 > October > 2nd Annual Black Cat Ball (with Bosley @ the Mobtown Ballroom)

About this event:

Created by Poe Baltimore

WHERE: 861 Washington Boulevard Baltimore, MD 21230

WHEN:   Saturday, October 4 from 8:00-11:59pm

Are you coming to the Black Cat Ball on October 4th? Don’t miss it! Last year’s party was incredible – this year’s will be even better with you there! Plus, you can buy tickets at the door or in advance at Cat Ball

What could be better than dancing to the rocking tunes of Bosley at the Mobtown Ballroom? Nothing. Unless it is dancing to the rocking tunes of Bosley at Mobtown Ballroom to benefit that most Baltimore of historic sites: the Edgar Allan Poe House. We had so much fun last year, we’re doing it again. $15 tickets ($10 for students) Mobtown Ballroom’s newly opened (and most excellent) bar will be open for your drinking pleasure. Doors open at 8 for drinks and fun – the music starts at 9pm. So come on. Don’t miss it. It will be epic. And sure, go ahead and dress in your Poe-ish best…whatever that means to you.

THE VENUE: Mobtown Ballroom (861 Washington Boulevard Baltimore, MD 21230) is a beautiful restored 1870s church with a 2,500 square foot sprung dance floor and a 1,200 square foot stage. Located in historic Pigtown, the venue is Baltimore’s premiere location for social dance events, dance classes, live music, conferences, weddings, and general mayhem.

PARKING: Currently, all parking is street parking. If you can’t find a spot on Washington Boulevard, we recommend that you head North rather than South. Carpool and show up early, as parking doesn’t usually become a problem before 9:30, and is never a problem on class nights.




The Edgar Allan Poe House & Museum

203 N. Amity Street, Baltimore MD, 21223

COVID-19 Update: Poe House is open on a limited, reservation-only basis. Walk-ins are not permitted.

Please click here to book tour tickets.

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