If you are searching for something to do in the greater Baltimore area this month, you will be pleased to know that many interesting events are organized all year round. Here's what you can look forward to in September 2015:

-The Maryland Festival of Seafood takes place from September 12-13. This will be held at Sandy Point State Park, near the bay bridge. Numerous Chesapeake delicacies will be on offer.

-The Annual Festival of Bacon and Beer is being hosted on September 12. This event, which is run by Heavy Seas Beer, will take place at the Halethorpe Brewery.

-The band Death for Cutie are playing a concert at the Merriweather Post Pavilion on September 13. Fans of sophisticated, soothing pop/rock should book their tickets straightaway. Explosions in the Sky are the supporting band.

-Carroll Park is the venue for this year's Shindig Music Festival, on September 19. The rock acts, which are yet to be announced, will perform on the two main stages. Sideshow performers will provide additional entertainment, and there will be local vendors and food available too.

-The Bel Air Art Festival will go ahead at Shamrock Park, Bel Air on September 20. For half a century, this one day event has showcased the best dance, music, crafts and fine arts in the Chesapeake area. This is sure to be a fun day, because there is something for everyone.

-The Legacy Chase horse race will kick off on September 26, at Shawan Downs. This race has rapidly become a popular event, since its introduction fifteen years ago. Even if you aren’t the betting type, it is a great day out that your family will enjoy.

-Finally, the Baltimore Festival of Books is being held from September 25-27. The venue for this used to be Mt. Vernon, however last year it was held for the first time at the Inner Harbor, which proved highly successful. This event has been organized for twenty years and features many national, prize winning authors. Also, there will be panel discussions, an area for children and music on offer. Better still, a platform for wellness and health will be set up, where fitness authors will answer questions from festival attendees.