Happening Sunday: Art Outside, The Baltimore Challenge, and more

-Art Outside: Between 1953 and 1968, long before Artscape began to take hold in the ’80s, artists and community members gathered in Druid Hill Park annually for public art displays and sales. The festival re-emerged two years ago out of deep nostalgia and, we imagine, a desire for an alternative to the greasy overwhelming frenzy taking over the streets come July. Check out  food trucks, walking entertainment, kid stuff, and live music while browsing ceramics, drawing, painting, jewelry, glass, photography, textiles, and more. 11 a.m.-5 p.m., Druid Hill Reservoir, (410) 583-5703, artoutsidemd.org, free. (Maura Callahan)

-The Baltimore Challenge: We all remember the prime days of "The Amazing Race" where we would tune in to see our favorite argumentative couple sweat their way through China, Argentina, Morocco, or wherever else producers dropped them with a limited budget and tricky clues. Luckily for Baltimore, we don’t have to travel far and wide to ruin a relationship or two. The Baltimore Challenge will adopt "The Amazing Race’s" style for a clue-driven race through the city. So call up your buddies and get ready to destroy friendships while sweating your ass off and interpreting signs. Check-in 12:45-1:45 p.m., race starts at 2 p.m., Power Plant Live, 34 Market Place, challengenation.com,  $55 to enter, free to watch. (Kat Stubing)

-From the Short List: Baltimore surf-rock trio Sweepstakes play the blue room of The Crown with Blacksage, Goste, and more. Nico & Vinz sing their international pop hit ‘Am I Wrong’ and more at Baltimore Soundstage. The Baltimore Symphony Orchestra presents a night of Debussy and Schubert at the Meyerhoff. Don’t miss: D.C. punk rabble-rousers Priests play Ottobar with Downtown Boys, Nox, and Big Mouth. (Al Shipley)

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