2549 N HOWARD ST.  |  BALTIMORE, MD 21218

The Ottobar uses all in event pricing.


While our protocols have been lifted at this time, please note certain requirements may return for occasional Ottobar performances, including but not limited to active masking, PCR testing or vaccination verification upon entry into the venue. These requests will be clearly mentioned on our site on the show’s listing. We reserve the right to also make changes to health protocols according to updated public local health guidance and applicable law. 

Please contact [email protected] for any COVID protocol related inquiries. 

Tickets can be purchased via credit card through www.etix.com 

At the venue, there are ATMs inside the club- We accept both cash & credit cards at the bar.

All sales are final unless an event is cancelled.

If you purchased your tickets through Etix, visit customer support or call 800-514-3849. If you purchased tickets through Ottobar, or Charmington’s, email [email protected]

The Ottobar’s address is 2549 N.Howard Street, Baltimore, MD 21218. We’re located in the Baltimore City neighborhood of Remington, right between 25th & 26th Streets. Click HERE for directions.

Our entrance is located at 2549 N. Howard St. If you require ADA accessible accommodation, please ask an Ottobar security team member and they will assist.

Advance accommodations can be arranged by emailing [email protected]

When visiting Ottobar we highly encourage ride sharing (ie. Uber/Lyft etc.). We also have  permanent bike stanchions available on site to lock up bicycles.
Ample street parking is available in the surrounding neighborhood. 
A metered surface lot is also available on 26th St -between Maryland Ave, & Charles St. with very reasonable rates.
Please note- the lot directly behind the Ottobar is no longer available and is gated off due to construction.
DO NOT park in the gated lots adjacent to the venue as those are reserved for Miller’s Court apartment residents. The gated lots close at 5pm and require a code to exit that Ottobar cannot  provide. Your vehicle will be locked in and towing is strictly enforced.

At the venue, there are ATMs inside- We accept both cash & credit card at the bar. Show entry is online or cash only at this time. 

If a show or event is “All-Ages”, you do not need an I.D. to enter; however, if the show or event has an age restriction, you will need a VALID government issued, non-expired, photo I.D.. The same applies if you wish to purchase and consume alcohol. An I.D. is absolutely necessary regardless of your age to procure alcohol. If you are caught buying, drinking or even holding alcohol without appropriate identification you will be ejected from the venue. Age restrictions for each event/show can be found at www.theottobar.com

The Ottobar does not have a specific dress code. You just need to be dressed and wear shoes. No clothing with wording or slogans that may be deemed offensive, homophobic, racist, etc will be permitted into the venue. We reserve the right to turn away patrons who may be wearing such items without issuing a refund. On occasion, spiked jewelry including but not limited to wallet chains, bullet belts, etc may be prohibited.

At the venue, there are ATMs inside the club- We accept both cash & credit cards at the bar.

We allow “re-entry” for patrons who are ages 21+ and have proper I.D.. We do not allow “re-entry” for patrons under the age of 21. If you are under the age of 21 & leave the venue, you will not be allowed re-entry.

Unfortunately, no. All smoking, both traditional and electronic is prohibited inside of the Ottobar. Failure to comply may result in ejection from the venue. There is a designated smoking area outside for patrons age 21+ only.

Photo and video policies are at the bands discretion and change night to night. If you are uncomfortable leaving your camera in your car in the event you will not be allowed to bring it in, please email [email protected] for the evenings photo policy.

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