Happening Sunday: Wine on the Water Festival, Sound & Text, and more

-Wine on the Water Festival: It’s always a good idea to pair something vintage with something modern, like leggings with toeshoes and dubstep-swing mash-ups . . . On second thought, keep that shit separate. But at least wine always goes well with other wine. The first installment of the Baltimore Museum of Industry’s outdoor wine-tasting series highlights old favorites and contemporary blends from around the globe, with light fare to cleanse your palate and discounted bottles available for purchase. 1-4 p.m., Baltimore Museum of Industry, 1415 Key Highway, (410) 727-4808, thebmi.org, $35 for BMI members, $45 for non-members. (Maura Callahan)

-From the Short List: Alien Ant Farm, whose new single 'Homage' is truly, profoundly awful, plays the Fish Head Cantina with (Hed)p.e. and Bad Seed Rising. New Jersey punk band The Moms performs at the Metro Gallery with Braceface and Whiff. Pittsburgh indie-pop band Brightside plays the Charm City Art Space with Sister City, Dan Curtis, and more. Local indie quartet The Truly Haunted plays the Ottobar with Gloria Adios, Body Thief, and more. Cali punk vets Pennywise headline the Fillmore Silver Spring. Don't miss: Sound & Text at the Red Room features OA, a collaboration between musician Matt Davignon and writer Hugh Behm-Steinberg, along with local electronic duo Nudie Suits and poet Dora Malech. (Al Shipley)

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