“Movements” in Baltimore

Jayde-Rhiannon Jackson, Photo Editor

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The alternative rock band “Movements” came to the Metro Gallery in Baltimore, Maryland on their first headlining tour on March 23, 2018. The band and their opening acts sold out 27 of their shows on this tour, including their show in Baltimore. The opening acts included three bands: Gleemer, Super Whatevr and Can’t Swim.

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Jayde-Rhiannon Jackson, Photo Editor

Sophomore Jayde-Rhiannon Jackson is the photo editor for the Courier staff. She is currently involved with student council, the literature magazine, and...

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