Your BronyCon experience doesn't have to begin on Friday. You can kick off your weekend right with Thursday activities and extend the fun!

We're proud to partner with local businesses to bring you some pretty nifty activities the day before the convention begins. It's a chance to see some of what makes Baltimore such a special city, all while hanging out with old friends or making plenty of new ones.

We hope to add even more Thursday activities in the coming weeks, so check back here soon!

Crawl Baltimore - Brony Bar Trot

For 21+ attendees, the Bar Trot is by far our most attended Thursday activity. Last year, 500 bronies took to the streets and bars of Fell's Point. This year, the crew at Crawl Baltimore are expecting to double that number!

Explore some of Baltimore's best bars, pubs, and restaurants, all while enjoying three featured shooters, deep discounts on food and drinks, guides, cover free admission and hundreds of Bronies.

Register for Brony Bar Trot

Charm City Cakes - Cake Decorating Class

The folks at Charm City Cakes are ecstatic to hold their THIRD annual BronyCon class. Participants will each receive a 6" cake, and get a chance to design and decorate it to correspond with their favorite pony (Apple Jack, Pinkie, Dashie, Rarity, Twi, or Fluttershy) with guidance from Mary Smith.

Ages 14 and up.

Register for Cake Decorating Class

If registration is full please email [email protected] We will add you to the waiting list, or add a second class if possible.

Charm City Restaurant Tours - Fell’s Point Food Tour

On this guided, narrated walking tour, you will experience and learn about the significance of the small town once separated from Baltimore. The Fell’s Point Food Tour will bring the group throughout this historic neighborhood, teach the group about its history and culture, and enjoy local food and drinks along the way.

Enjoy a multi-course progressive meal served at four critically acclaimed local restaurants. The restaurants are selected to pay homage to the neighborhood’s history through its privateering roots, Eastern European immigrants, and modern influences.

Throughout the event, the guide will provide a historic, cultural, and architectural tour of the area as well as about the restaurants and dishes.

More information & how to register (PDF)

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