We're turning the spotlight on our solo -friendly partners. 


Mixolo partners with hosts who want to accommodate solo guests and participants at their events.  You can find Mixolo's solo-friendly community space for a shared experience.  Mixolo does not manage registration for these events. Follow the links provided.  We'll see you there!


Hosts: Our solos want to go out and they want to "fill your seats." Partner with us on your event?  

Tour Dem Parks Annual Ride (Past Event)

Riding solo? Join our pack.

Parks and recreation anyone?  Bmore.  Ride more.  With Mixolo! If you're looking to expand your community of outdoorsy types,  get out and get mobile,  Sunday, June 9, 2019.  Pedal through Baltimore's beautiful parks with the 17th annual Tour dem Parks.  The recreational cycling event doubles the fun by raising money for Baltimore parks. 


Start and endpoint for the tour are behind the Rawlings Conservatory & Botanical Gardens in Druid Hill Park. Mixolo riders will depart between 7:45 AM and 10:00 AM depending on the route you choose.


Look for the Mixolo table the morning of the event to check in and join us your new plus-some apres-ride for the big BBQ in our Mixolo community space.


Tour Dem Parks offers 3 levels/routes :


Level 1:  “Hmmm, always wanted to…”   5-mile meandering route in Druid Hill Park, departing at 10:00 AM.


Level 2:  “Yes, I like riding my bike every now and then."  15-mile route on the newest section of the Jones Falls Trail, departing at 9:00AM.


Level 3:  “It’s called cycling.  Ready to roll…hard.”  25-35-mile route, departing at 7:45 AM. 


The graduated start times for the ride allow us to meet up for the Tour dem Parks' post-ride BBQ (burgers, dogs, and veggie options) around noon. 


The ride is fully supported, with well-stocked rest stops and SWAG.  Proceeds support Baltimore's parks as well as environmental and cycling groups.  Download the Ride With GPS app on your smartphone to check out the route and guide your ride on tour day.




Mixolo is a sponsor of Tour Dem Parks.  Tour dem Parks is a public event and anyone can register on their website.  Mixolo assumes no risk for any injury resulting from the preparation or completion of this event.

8th Annual Sowebo Landmark 5K Run (Past event)

Union Square Park, Southwest Baltimore

Here’s another way you can “Love the City You’re With” whether you’re a resident or a visitor.  Enough about what is not going right with Baltimore, or any given city; get out and meet your neighbors.  Come out for the 8th Annual Sowebo (Southwest Baltimore) Landmark 5k on a crisp fall October morning. 


This one is easy enough for the “un-runners“ and competitive enough for the ones who might want to add this run to their Sunday morning routine and try to medal. 


Mixolo is excited to return to Sowebo, this time on foot.  Race director Ivan Leshinsky was a gracious co-host and tour guide of our epic “Love the City You’re With” bike tour through Southwest Baltimore this past July.  Co-Founder of the Southwest Sports and Fitness Alliance, he is a staunch advocate for youth engagement and development in his beloved Southwest Baltimore.  


The race has become a defining event for Southwest Baltimore. Run, jog, walk or do a little of each as you move along the 3.1-mile course showcasing the rich cultural diversity,

architectural beauty, historic landmarks and parks in the area before finishing in the beautiful historic Union Square Park for a post-race celebration. There will be medals and winners in multiple male and female age categories, T-shirts for all participants, food, prizes, a free pass to the B & O Railroad Museum, a Mixolo favorite, and more.


Proceeds from the event support neighborhood youth development activities, sports and

recreation programs, and the Southwest Baltimore Charter School’s (SBCS) expeditionary learning program that inspires the thoughtful, courageous, compassionate citizen in every child.

SBCS’s Expeditionary Learning includes fitness and adventure experiences in and around Baltimore, on Maryland’s beautiful Eastern Shore, and participation in and week-long Outward Bound program.  What’s not to love about this kind of enrichment for our future, and often most vulnerable, citizens? 


Join Mixolo solos today.  If you'd like to join as a Mixolo team member, select our team (Mixolo) when you register (the team password:  Mixolo).  Let’s show up in force in support of healthy and connected communities.  There’s something special about Sowebo.  Residents, local merchants, community groups, even managers of notable historical attractions, are working together to ensure that all are included in the promise of making Baltimore a better place to live.  And they are ready to welcome you now.

BALTIMORE magazine's first ever Music Festival! (Past event)

Hang out at the Mixolo Community Lounge!

Coming out on your own to Baltimore magazine's Music Festival? 

Join Mixolo,  the solo-friendly social network,  at our Mixolo Community Lounge for a shared experience with other adventurous solos. 

Mixolo is making Baltimore more solo-friendly with host partners like Baltimore magazine.  No more opting out of the things you want to do because you can't convince a plus-one.
Be sure to purchase your ticket today and enjoy the 
Mixolo lounge at the festival.   Ex-strangers, new connections.

See Baltimore's greatest music artists. See other people. 

BREWSCAPE! Birroteca Baltimore's first Spring Festival! (Past event)

Join up with other Mixolo solos for fun and "BirrOlympics."

Hang out with other solo guests at the Mixolo Community Space* we've arranged with solo-friendly Mixolo host, Birroteca, at their upcoming Spring Festival on Sunday, May 20, from noon to 5PM.


Birroteca restaurant's Spring Festival will feature local artists, music & craft beer! They're teaming up with their Friends, Evolution Craft Brewing, Union Craft Brewing, RaR Brewing, Manor Hill & DogFish Head Craft Brewing to bring you an afternoon filled with live music, local art, and delicious food from Birroteca Baltimore, The Nickel Taphouse, & Encantada. 


Admission is free and open to all ages!  "A la carte" tickets for food and beer are just $5 each the day of the festival.   You may make advance purchases for all day food and/or beverage passes by clicking on the link below. 


The festival will take place outside with Birroteca Baltimore open for business inside as well with their full menu.  So bring yourself,  your family and even your pets; spend the afternoon with Birroteca and Friends for some great music and a cultural celebration of their beloved neighborhood, Hampden.


For their BirrOlympics, you will be able to team up with your favorite brewery and compete in a series of beer intensive feats of endurance and prowess all in the name of charity (NOT drinking games...).  BirrOlympic teams must have a minimum of 2, max of 6 people.   No plus-one? No problem. Come solo and find your plus-some.


You can find Birroteca at 1520 Clipper Road, Baltimore, MD 21211.

BALTIMORE Magazine's Natives and Newbies Happy Hour! (Past event)


Ampersea, 1417 Thames Street, Baltimore, MD 21231

We love Baltimore, our beta city!  We hope you do, too.  Join Baltimore magazine from 5 p.m.- 7 p.m after work on Wednesday, June 6, to launch their June Newcomer's Guide to Baltimore issue at Ampersea (formerly Waterfront Kitchen, now completely re-imagined) on the water, of course, in Fells Point,


Baltimore newbies can get tips on how to eat, drink, and play like a local and show life-long Baltimoreans a few things about the Charm City they've discovered.


Tickets include a specialty welcome cocktail crafted with Brenne Whisky, crafted from seed to spirit in the heart of Cognac, France in very limited batches (not exactly local, but ultra-cool) and delicious light bites from Ampersea where, in the kitchen, Chef Nelson puts modern spin on Maryland classics using seasonal ingredients from mid-Atlantic purveyors alongside herbs and lettuces grown in the Living Classroom, a not-for-profit housed in the same beautitful complex that provides hands-on education to people in need of job training, using urban, natural, and maritime resources as well, "living classrooms."  


You can also enjoy lawn games, a caricature artist and photo booth courtesy of (sponsored by Mixolo).  Tickets are available on Eventbrite through Baltimore Magazine.  No plus-one required.  Look out for Mixolo.  We'll be there to welcome you!

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